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1 The Delaware Performance Appraisal System II for Specialists August 2013 Training Module 2 The Delaware Framework Review and Components 1-5 Training for Specialists

2 Training Overview For separate modules: Module 1: Introduction to DPAS II Module 2: DPAS II and the Delaware Framework Module 3: The DPAS II Process Module 4: Component Five – Student Improvement 1

3 Materials for this module Power Point Presentation DPAS II Guide for Specialists 2

4 Review: Five Components of DPAS II TeachersSpecialistsAdministrators Component IPlanning & Preparation Vision & Goals Component 2Classroom Environment Professional Practice & Delivery of Services Culture of Learning Component 3InstructionProfessional Collaboration & Consultation Management Component 4Professional Responsibilities Component 5Student Improvement 3

5 Review The DPAS II framework has three tiers Components – broad areas of specialist practice and responsibility Criteria – essential knowledge and skills related to each component Elements – observable areas of knowledge and skills related to each criterion 4

6 Whats new in related to Criteria? Opportunity for LEAs to utilize one less criterion in each Component 5

7 Component 1 – Planning and Preparation Component 1 focuses on how a specialist selects and organizes programs and/or services provided to students. Component 1 Criteria: 1a. Designing Coherent Programs or Services Aligned with State and National Standards 1b. Demonstrating Knowledge of Best Practice and/or Models of Delivery (Optional) 1c. Demonstrating Knowledge of Students and/or Clients (Optional) 1d. Demonstrating Knowledge of Resources 1e. Demonstrating Knowledge of How to Design or Use Assessments 6

8 Component 2 – Professional Practice and Delivery of Service Component 2 focuses on interactions with students/stakeholders that reflect genuine respect and caring for individuals as well as the group. Component 2 Criteria: 2a. Creating an Environment to Support Student or Client Needs 2b. Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness (Optional) 2c. Communicating Clearly and Accurately (Optional) 2d. Delivery of Services to Students or Clients 7

9 Component 3 – Professional Consultation and Collaboration Component 3 focuses on how a specialist collaborates, consults, and provides access to resources that will best serve the school community. Component 3 Criteria: 3a. Collaborating with others (Optional) 3b. Serving as a Consultant to the School Community (Optional) 3c. Providing resources and Access 3d. Maintaining Professional Standards 3e. Using Assessment Data in Planning and Delivery of Services 8

10 Component 4: Professional Responsibilities Component 4 focuses on the specialists duties and professional growth activities. Component 4 Criteria: 4a. Communicating with Families/Clients (optional) 4b. Recording Data in a Student Record System 4c. Growing and Developing Professionally (optional) 4d. Reflecting on Professional Practice 9

11 Component 5: Student Improvement Component Five Framework Three Educator Groups Group I, II, and III Three Measures Measure A, Measure B, and Measure C Component Five Ratings Exceeds, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 10


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