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© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. TEACHER PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND EFFECTIVENESS SYSTEM What the year holds
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. Target Understand and communicate to certified staff the timeline, process and sources of evidence that will be used for implementing the Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System (TPGES) 2
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. The vision for the Professional Growth and Effectiveness System (PGES) is to have every student taught by an effective teacher. The goal is to create a fair and equitable system to measure teacher effectiveness and act as a catalyst for professional growth. Model District Certified Evaluation Plan 3.0: KDE 3
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. Framework for Teaching Domain 1: Planning & Preparation Domain 2: Classroom Environment Domain 3: Instruction Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. What are we looking for? Who is doing the work? Flow Understanding Atmosphere “The Why” Data Procedures Reflection
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. Performance Levels Exemplary Accomplished Developing Ineffective
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. Framework for Teaching Overview http://www.bath.k12.ky.us/school_Forms.aspx?schoolid=4
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. CEP Certified Evaluation Plan Teachers (pages 8 – 43) http://www.bath.k12.ky.us/school_Forms.aspx?schoolid=4
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. August / September October / November December / January February/March April/May T P G E S Teacher creates: Student Growth Goal/Plan Professional Growth Goal/Plan Meets with principal to collaborate on both goals/plans Mid-Year Conference Student Voice Survey End-of-Year Conference 4 observations 1 full observation by supervisor 3 mini observations 1 peer observation 2 supervisor observations Pre/post-conferencing protocols Timelines: p.11 of CEP At least one full observation must be conducted by the principal AND the peer observation must be done during the final year of the district’s evaluation cycle. 9
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. Observations One-Year Cycle Teachers four observations in the summative year Three-Year Cycle Teachers Peer observation and Full observation during summative year Mini observation can be spread out during the three-year cycle Mini observations will be announced, however will be scheduled in a 5 day window span. All documentation will be completed in CIITS (Continuous Instructional Improvement Technology System)
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. Trainings Observer Calibrate every year Recertified every four years Peer Observer Every three years All Certified Teachers will be trained as Peer Observers
© 2013, KDE and KASA. All rights reserved. Student Voice Survey p.41 Feedback that collects feedback yearly on specific aspects of the classroom experience and teaching practice. Results will be used as a source of evidence for Professional Practice. Formative years’ data will be used to inform Professional Practice in the summative year. Principal will determine the sections to participate in the survey, with consistency building-wide. 10 or more students must respond for the data to be considered. Students must be enrolled a minimum of 15 days
The Delaware Performance Appraisal System II for Specialists August 2013 Training Module I Introduction to DPAS II Training for Specialists.
Training for Teachers and Specialists
On-the-job Evaluation of Principals Jacquelyn O. Wilson, Ed.D. Delaware SAELP Director Wallace Foundation National Conference October 25-28, 2006.
Overview of the Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System KY Council of Administrators of Special Education Summer Conference July 9th, 2013.
Making Your Own Luck with PGES: “What Happens When Preparation Meets Opportunity” Overview by Jill Cabrera, PhD Educational Administration, Leadership.
Overview of the New Massachusetts Educator Evaluation Framework Opening Day Presentation August 26, 2013.
PGES SUMMER ADMINISTRATOR’S TRAINING 2014 Mark & Debbie.
Teacher Professional Growth & Effectiveness System Monica Osborne, presenter KDE Effectiveness Coach 1.
1 Presented by Media Services Media Specialists Connections and Issues Training: November – December Zone Based Meetings.
Professional Growth and Effectiveness System
Lincoln School District. Agenda Overview of packets Observations Other Types of Evidence Mid-Year Conferences Closing and Next Steps.
EVALUATIONS Evaluations are regulated and required by KDE (KAR’s and KRS’s) All Certified staff are held accountable to job specific domains and standards.
Professional Growth and Effectiveness System Certified Evaluation Plan Training.
Student Achievement Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Principal Professional Growth and Effectiveness System Field Test Overview.
Interim Joint Committee on Education June 11, 2012.
Professional Growth & Effectiveness System (PGES) Webcast July 24, 2013.
AiZ and FT&LQ project Teachers working collaboratively in teams (PLTs, Triads) Teachers developing a shared understanding of effective teaching (PoLT,
1 Orientation to Teacher Evaluation /15/2015.
PILOT REQUIREMENTS FOR EACH DISTRICT: Select a minimum of 10% of schools to participate. A minimum of 1 school MUST meet the minimum participant requirements.
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