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TPEP Teacher and Principal Evaluation Process Bellevue Chamber of Commerce Presentation January 15, 2015 Presented by: Dr. Patty Siegwarth: Bellevue School.

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1 TPEP Teacher and Principal Evaluation Process Bellevue Chamber of Commerce Presentation January 15, 2015 Presented by: Dr. Patty Siegwarth: Bellevue School District Executive Director Michele Miller, MA Ed: Bellevue School District TPEP Coordinator and Coach The Bellevue School District Mission:  To provide all students with an exemplary college preparatory education so they can succeed in college, career and life. 1

2 Today’s Agenda Understand the history and development of Washington State’s new Teacher and Principal Evaluation System Understand the rigorous components of the new system with the focus on student learning outcomes and improved professional practice Clarify BSD’s stance on upcoming Legislative action related to TPEP 2

3 Historical Description TPEP originated during the 2010 legislative session. Changed from a two-tiered system of satisfactory or unsatisfactory to a four-tier rating system Created eight new criteria for teachers and principals to be evaluated upon 22 components and 3 student growth measures for teachers 25 components and 3 student growth measures for principals Common themes tying the criteria for teachers and principals together Yearly revisions to the process by the legislature have made implementation challenging 3

4 Core principles of TPEP Quality teaching and leading is critically important Professional learning is a key component of an effective evaluation system Teaching and leading is work done by a core team of professionals Teacher and principal evaluation models should co-exist within the complex relationship between district systems and negotiations 4

5 Teachers and Principals 5

6 6 Intentional Reflection for Professional Growth Formative Feedback and Conversation Self-Assessment & Goal Setting Professional Practice Instructional Student Growth Evidence Collection Observation Evidence Collection Observation Student Growth Summative Rating & Annual Conference Analysis of Practice Analysis of Student Growth Data Evaluation & Professional Growth Cycle

7 AWSP Leadership Framework At a Glance 8 State Criteria 25 Components 3 Student Growth Goals A Deeper Look at Criterion 3: Planning with Data 4 Components 1 Student Growth Goal Component 3.3 Implements data driven plan for improved teaching and learning 7

8 Danielson’s Framework for Teaching At a Glance 8 State Criteria 22 Components 3 Student Growth Goals A Deeper Look at Criterion 6: Using multiple student data elements to modify instruction and improve student learning 3 Components 1 Student Growth Goal and 1 Student Growth Measure Component 3d Using Assessment in Instruction 8

9 9 What Percentage of Assessments are used (or available) in schools? State-based assessments? o (MSP, HSPE, SAT, ACT, SBAC, etc) District-based assessments? o (District Developed MAP, DRA, etc) Classroom-based assessments? o (Student work, Graphic organizers, Performance tasks, Unit assessments, Exit tasks, Video performance, etc ) 0% 100% 50% 16.2% 100% 30.8%

10 Program goals in Bellevue Building common expectations and language Setting a clear and intentional focus on effective instruction Supporting educators at ALL levels Training and Coaching Targeted Professional Development Ongoing open and honest dialogue and feedback Exemplars Student Growth Goals and Measures Written Observation Summaries and Calibration 10

11 TPEP Teachers Comprehensive Total Comprehensive and Focused Total Comprehensive 467 Focused 253 Total Approximately All building administrators have been on TPEP since 2012

12 Supports 12 ITCLs and Instructional Mentors

13 Questions / More Information 13 For additional information regarding this presentation contact: The Bellevue School District Mission:  To provide all students with an exemplary college preparatory education so they can succeed in college, career and life. Dr. Patty Siegwarth, Executive Director of Schools Michele Miller, TPEP Coordinator and Coach


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