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1 Alaska Educator Evaluation Overview Yukon Koyukuk School District

2 Quick Facts Piloting a new system this year. Full implementation in Based on the Danielson Framework Evaluation will be on 12 specific Danielson components Data points will not be included until next year.

3 Quick Thoughts The new system will be more about coaching than evaluation “The quality of the coaching conversations is the lynch pin of the system” “Feedback is the breakfast of champions” Expectations will be clear The new system will appear complex and daunting and will produce anxiety. Clear Communication, collaboration and our experience will overcome this

4 Danielson Framework  Each teacher has a copy of Enhancing Professional Practice  Book Study on the 12 components  During Chane’s Collaboration Wednesdays  1 Framework  4 Domains  12 Components

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6 YKSD Danielson Component Card

7 YKSD Danielson Smart Card

8 Each of the 12 Components has a rubric of clear expectations

9 Teachers will use these 12 components to: Complete the self reflections Set instructional goals for the school year Know exactly what is expected of them regarding instruction.

10 Instructional Goals

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12 Alaska EED Requirements

13 YKSD Educator Evaluation System Requirements *Two to four valid, reliable measures of student growth including statewide assessments  Observations (district may select a nationally recognized framework approved by the department)  Information from parents, students, etc.  Other information (as determined by the district) Information Sources YKSD Evaluation Components Results & Actions Professional Learning Focus for district & teacher. _______________ Annual Evaluation Alternative for the following school year (as determined by the district) District Support OR Plan of Professional Growth (optional) Plan of Improvement Proficient or higher on 7 standards and basic or higher on 1 standard. ______________ Exceeds the districts performance standards (as determined by the district) Basic on 2 or more standards Unsatisfactory on 1 or more standard Student Learning Objectives Domain 4 – Professional Responsibilities Domain 3 – Instruction Domain 1- Planning And Preparation Domain 2 – Classroom Environment Cultural Standards Performance Rating on each of the four ( 4) components  Unsatisfactory  Basic  Proficient  Exemplary

14 Information Sources Districts: may select a nationally recognized observational framework approved by the department or continue to use the observation tools they have previously adopted. must have a procedure and a form to collect information concerning an educator’s performance from students, parents, and other stakeholders. may use other information like surveys, self-assessments, portfolios, etc. to gather information concerning an educator’s performance. Qualitative  Observations (district may select a nationally recognized framework approved by the department)  Information from parents, students, etc.  Other information (as determined by the district )

15 Information Sources 2015 and Beyond *Two to four valid, reliable measures of student growth including statewide assessments Districts must: Select appropriate measures of student growth with the input of the educators being evaluated. Establish standards and performance levels for student learning data. Develop procedures based on objective & measurable criteria to ensure that data used accurately reflects student growth based on the educator performance. Use statewide assessment data for teachers who provide instruction in the content areas assessed. Quantitative

16 Two to four student data points. We will need to write an Student Learning Objective (SLO) for each one. Performance Rating on each of the four (4) Danielson components.  Unsatisfactory  Basic  Proficient  Exemplary Domain 4 – Professional Responsibilities Domain 3 – Instruction Domain 2 – Classroom Environment Domain 1- Planning And Preparation Cultural Standards Aligning Information Sources to Evaluation Components Information Sources YKSD Evaluation Components * Two to four valid, reliable measures of student growth including statewide assessments  Observations (district may select a nationally recognized framework approved by the department)  Information from parents, students, etc.  Other information (as determined by the district)

17 Levels of Performance Standards Performance Levels EPBU Domain 1 – Planning and Preparation Domain 2 – Classroom Environment Domain 3 - Instruction Domain 4 – Professional Responsibilities 2 – 4 Student Learning Objectives (Student data points) Performance Rating on each of the 4 Danielson components.  Unsatisfactory (U)  Basic (B)  Proficient (P)  Exemplary (E)

18 Overall Rating & Student Learning Data A district will evaluate whether an educator’s overall performance is exemplary, proficient, basic, or unsatisfactory. A district shall include student learning data in teacher and administrator’s overall rating according to the following schedule: SY 2015 ‐ 16 & SY 2016 ‐ 17, at least 20% SY 2017 ‐ 18 at least 35% SY 2018 ‐ 19 and after, at least 50% A district may not give an educator an overall performance rating of proficient or higher if the educator has been evaluated to be performing at a level of basic or lower on one or more of the content standards or other criteria for which evaluation is required.

19 Overall Rating District Reporting School Year & School Year Student Learning Standards Alaska Teacher Standards Student Learning Standard 20% Student Learning Objective  Exemplary  Proficient  Basic  Unsatisfactory Content Standard 80% Alaska Teacher Standards Student Learning Standards Exemplary Proficient Basic Unsatisfactory Proficient or higher on all standards Basic or Unsatisfa ctory on any one standard Rating on each of the 4 Danielson Components  Exemplary  Proficient  Basic  Unsatisfactory Domain 1- Planning And Preparation Domain 4 – Professional Responsibilities Domain 2 – Classroom Environment Domain 3 – Instruction

20 District Reporting Student Learning Standard 35% Content Standard 65% Content Standard 50% Student Learning Standard 50%

21 Danielson Education Book study on Enhancing Professional Practice – 12 YKSD Components Quarterly Newsletters ( ½ Danielson, ½ AK Standards ) Chane’s Collaboration Meetings ( 1x/month ) On Site Trainings with Patty White and Chane Review AK EED website for more detailed information https://education.alaska.gov/TeacherCertification/edeval.html Remember: This is about coaching…not “gotcha” Coaching > evaluation Don’t worry, we will help you through this


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