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Teacher Evaluation in Henrico County Public Schools Secondary Teachers 2012-2013 Please organize into like groups – birds of a feather sit together!

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1 Teacher Evaluation in Henrico County Public Schools Secondary Teachers Please organize into like groups – birds of a feather sit together! 1

2 Video Overview Video Overview VDOE requirements HCPS response on requirements to date Building upon the existing PGEP Student academic progress Evaluation details 2

3 GrowthAchievement What is the difference between growth and achievement? Discuss with your neighbors. Please include examples. 3

4 Existing Measures of Growth Directions: Again in your small group, develop a list of measures that HCPS already has in place that measure students’ growth. Consider your content area as well as other areas. 4

5 Additional Measures of Student Growth Sufficient measures are not in place Must use multiple measures Specialists have worked to identify additional measures (where needed) Groups of teachers have been involved in the process Will talk first about “traditional” teachers Will discuss special education after this 5

6 Secondary Measures Considered Standardized Tests ◦ NWEA ◦ SOLs (SGP) ◦ CTE Certification Pre and Post-Test Assessments Performance-Based Tasks Portfolios 6

7 Science Measure 1: Content Knowledge Content Knowledge Content Knowledge One time per semester, teachers will administer a pre/post unit assessment to assess understanding of science facts, ability to connect science ideas and concepts, ability to interpret graphs and models, ability to contrast, classify, and organize information, and ability to perform simple calculations as related to scientific content. Students will be scored using a holistic 4 point rubric. Students who score a 4 on both the pre and post-test will be considered to show growth. AP, IB, and specialty center elective course questions will be teacher developed. All other questions will be centrally developed. 7

8 Science Measure 1: Content Knowledge Content Knowledge Content Knowledge All students will show growth between the pre and post assessment on each comparison. Unique exceptions will be quantified or additional information collected to represent student growth. 8

9 Science Measure 2: Lab Skills (Pilot) Lab Skills Lab Skills Student application of the scientific processes will be scored with a standard rubric assessing lab skills. Teachers will select at least 2 skills to monitor for growth across all students. Baseline data will be collected first semester and growth will be measured second semester by comparing fall and spring rubric scores on the selected skills. 9

10 Forms Planning Form ◦ Sample form Sample form Evaluation Form ◦ Sample form Sample form 10

11 Evaluation Scale Review Instructional Responsibilities30 points Professional Qualities30 points SGM #120 points SGM #220 points Total100 Points 80 Points Equals “Meets” Anything Less Equals “Does Not Meet” 11

12 One PQR has been added: "The work of the teacher results in acceptable, measurable, and appropriate student academic progress." 12

13 Teacher Evaluation Website Take a few minutes to explore the new teacher evaluation website. Be sure to visit content areas other than your own in order to get a sense of different student growth measures. 13

14 Reminders and Questions This is a new instrument in its infancy Widespread feedback/input will be collected all along the way Adjustments/improvements will be made based on feedback Additional training will be provided Pre-tests may not be assigned a grade QUESTIONS 14

15 Go to Teacher Evaluation Website Timeline for Probationary Teachers Timeline for Continuing Contract Teachers Timeline for Continuing Contract Teachers 15

16 Special Education Teachers Provide a particular challenge given varying classes and settings A second video addresses the process for special educationsecond video After viewing the video, there will be a discussion 16

17 Future Questions: Contact: Department chairs School administrators Content specialists Howard Banks, Director of Human Resources Phone: Patrick Kinlaw, Deputy Superintendent for Leadership and Special Projects Phone:

18 Room Numbers Science 6Room 208 Life ScienceRoom 213 Physical ScienceRoom 218 Middle School EarthRoom 214 High School EarthRoom 216 Bio IAuditorium Bio IIRoom 220 ChemistryRoom 221 PhysicsRoom


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