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1 Woodland Park School District Educator Effectiveness 101 August 2014

2 CDE Vision All students in Colorado will become educated and productive citizens capable of succeeding in a globally competitive workforce. WPSD Ends Statement The WPSD exists so that students develop their foundation to thrive as citizens in the 21 st century.

3 Successful students Prepare students to thrive in their education and in a globally competitive workforce. Great teachers and leaders Ensure effective educators for every student and effective leaders for every school and district. Outstanding schools and districts Build the capacity of schools and districts to meet the needs of Colorado students and their families. Best education system in the nation Build the best education system in the nation. Students Educators Schools/ Districts State 3

4 Key Colorado Legislation What do we want students/educators/ schools/districts to know & be able to do? How will we know if expectations are met? How will we respond when help is needed? Colorado Academic Standards CAP4K (SB ) Standards Assessments School Readiness Workforce Readiness RTI PBSI Targeted interventions IEPs Educator Quality Standards Educator Effectiveness (SB ) Educator evaluations Induction Mentoring Professional development plans Remediation plans Performance Indicators Education Accountability Act (SB ) School and district performance frameworks Unified planning Priority Turnaround Students Educators Schools/ Districts

5 Senate Bill : The Big Picture Statewide definition of effectiveness Requires annual evaluations Non-probationary status earned based upon 3 consecutive years of demonstrated effectiveness Non-probationary status may be lost based upon consecutive years of ineffectiveness

6 50% Student Academic Growth 50% Professional Practice Evaluation Rubric, Observations, Surveys & Artifacts State & District assessments; Other assessments measuring student achievement and growth Teacher Framework Requirements

7 Final Rating Highly Effective Effective Partially Effective Ineffective

8 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

9 Teacher Evaluation Rubric Input – Observations, Perception Surveys & Artifacts (i.e. Lesson Plans, Student Work,…) State Rubric Aligned to WPSD Learning Principles Completed throughout the school year with an initial rating shared by April 15 th and finalized in May WPSD Web-Based Dashboard System

10 Rubric Structure and Rating Level Focus The focus of the Basic rating level is the educator whose performance does not meet state performance standards and who is not achieving at expected levels. The focus of Partially Proficient and Proficient levels is what educators do on a day-to-day basis to achieve state performance standards and assure that students are achieving at expected levels. The focus of Accomplished and Exemplary ratings shifts to the outcomes of the educator’s practices, including expectations for staff, students, parents and community members, as a result of practices exhibited under rating levels 2 and 3.

11 Elements of the Standard Teacher Quality Standards Performance Rating Levels Elements of the Standard Professional Practice is Not Observable Professional Practices Professional Practice is Observable

12 Scoring the Rubric Determining the teacher’s professional practices rating is a three-step process that involves rating the individual elements and standards and using those to determine the overall rating on professional practices. 1.Rating the Elements 2.Rating the Standards 3.Determining the Overall Professional Practices Rating

13 Reading the Rubric

14 Look for the first unchecked professional practice. Move one column back to identify the rating for the element. Understanding the Scoring “Business” Rule

15 Look for the first unchecked professional practice. Move one column back to identify the rating for the element. Determining the Element Rating

16 Look for the first unchecked professional practice. Move one column back to identify the rating for the element. Determining the Element Rating

17 Rubric Rating Levels Standard Basic Partially Proficient ProficientAccomplishedExemplary Element Professional Practices 0 Educator’s performance on professional practices is significantly below the state performance standard. 1 Educator’s performance on professional practices is below the state performance standard. 3 Educator exceeds state standard. 2 Educator meets state performance standard. 4 Educator significantly exceeds state standard.

18 2 Final Standard Rating

19 Final Professional Practice Rating Based on Total of Average Standards Ratings Std 1: Clear Instructional Goals & Objectives Std 2: Personalized & Relevant Std 3: Engagement Std 4: Timely & Specific Feedback Std 5: Professional Responsibilities

20 Professional Practice Overall Rating Basic Partially Proficient Proficient Accomplished Exemplary

21 STUDENT ACADEMIC GROWTH

22 State Requirements Measure of Individually attributed student learning outcomes Measure of Collectively attributed student learning outcomes Statewide summative assessment (TCAP/ACT) results and growth, when available Multiple Measures

23 WPSD Academic Growth Components 20% School Performance Framework (Collectively Attributed) 80% Measures of Student Learning (Individually Attributed)

24 20% School Performance Framework (SPF) Scoring Matrix Rating% of Framework Points Earned 4At or above 80% 3At or above 64% - below 80% 2At or above 52% - below 64% 1Below 52%

25 80% Measures of Student Learning Looking for Evidence of Effectiveness Stepping through 3 “Looks”

26 Growth Modeling Measures TCAP Gains, MAP Gains, & DIBELS Gains 2 Years of Data Points assigned based on high growth, average growth, and low growth Computed within the Dashboard system 1 st Look: Proficient or Advanced Rating = Teacher’s Growth Score Below ProficientNot Applicable

27 District Learning Measures District Approved Assessments 2 Years of Data Process to be rolled out starting in the school year 2 nd Look: Proficient or Advanced Rating = Teacher’s Growth Score Below ProficientNot Applicable

28 Student Growth Objectives (SGO) Teachers utilize standards to… Establish learning outcomes, Monitor students’ progress toward these outcomes, and Evaluate the degree to which students achieve these outcomes using relevant, meaningful measures Collaborative process between evaluatee and evaluator 3 rd Look: Final rating determined at the end of the evaluation year based on data from all “Looks”

29 Overall Growth Rating Matrix

30 FINAL EFFECTIVENESS RATING

31 Final Effectiveness Rating

32 WPSD SYSTEM & TIMELINES

33 WPSD Evaluation System Process Year-long Clear timelines Cyclical

34 QUESTIONS


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