Teacher PerformanceEvaluation and Professional Growth Program

Teacher PerformanceEvaluation and Professional Growth Program

Teacher Performance Evaluation and Professional Growth (T-PEPG) Model Module 5: Reflecting and Adjusting Module 5: Model Overview Module Module

Module Module Module 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Model Overview Student Learning Objectives Reflection and Goal Setting Evidence, Observation, and Feedback Reflecting and Adjusting

Participants practice using the MSFE Rubric, evidence, and student data to monitor progress toward professional goals, check in on student progress, and collaboratively determine appropriate midcourse adjustments to practice. An extension section can be used (as needed) to prepare to gather evidence for the summative evaluation conference, and to guide reflection and future goal setting. 2 Agenda Welcome (5 minutes) Connecting (20 minutes) Gallery Walk

Learning (1 hour, 35 minutes) Teacher Interview Putting the Steps Into Practice Implementing (1 hour, 20 minutes) Starting With Your Students Reflecting and Wrap-Up (15 minutes) Planning for the Mid-course Self-Evaluation Looking Ahead to Next Year 3 Intended Outcomes At the end of this session, participants will be

able to Use the MSFE Rubric to self-assess progress and prepare for evidence submission Reflect on progress toward achieving goals using a range of evidence Develop an appropriate and actionable plan for making midcourse adjustments to stay on track for achieving goals, and look ahead to next year. Optional Extension Outcomes Understand how to combine evidence and ratings to arrive at a summative effectiveness rating, including SLO scoring 4 Core Propositions and Standard Indicators

Core Proposition 4: Teachers think systematically about their practices and learn from their experience. - 4.1 Adjustment to Instructional Plans. The teacher analyzes sources of evidence as he or she continually reflects on professional practice, using information about the needs of students to make decisions about adjustments in practice and goals for professional growth. - 4.2 Continuous Professional Growth. The teacher uses current research-based resources, ongoing feedback from others, and professional learning opportunities to accomplish professional growth. 5 Connecting

20 MINUTES 6 The Four-Step Evaluation Process Step 1: Expectations and Goal Setting Step 4: Professional Growth Plans

Fall Spring-Fall Fall-Spring Step 2: Evidence, Feedback, and Growth Late Winter-Spring Step 3: Reflection and Rating

7 Connecting Activity: Carousel Brainstorm Count off by threes. Move to the chart paper with your numbered question. Spend five minutes discussing the questions with your peers and record your responses. Questions: 1. What have you learned about your practice as a result of getting feedback? 2. What evidence have you collected so far on elements of the MSFE Rubric? 3. How, if at all, have you participated in peer observation so far this year, either as an observer or as the teacher observed?

8 Learning 1 HOUR, 30 MINUTES 9 Learning Content 1: Tools and Strategies for Reflecting Reflecting is an important part of the continuous improvement and professional growth process. Remember: you will receive a Professional Growth rating based on Core Proposition 4. The middle of the evaluation cycle is a good time to reflect on progress toward goals.

Reflection can - Inform midcourse corrections - Help identify necessary professional development - Inform goal setting for the next year 1 0 Learning Activity 1: Teacher Interview Count off by fours. On Handout 1, mark off the interview question with your number. Take seven minutes and interview at least two other teachers with your question, recording the responses on the handout.

1 1 Learning Activity 1: Teacher Interview Interview Questions 1. In what manner/ways do you reflect on your teaching practice daily or weekly? 2. In what manner/ways do you reflect on your teaching practice after each unit or over the summer? 3. How do you build time into your schedule for reflection? 4. How does your team (PLC, grade level, or subject area) reflect on its practice? 1

2 Learning Content 2: Using Data and Feedback to Reflect Step 1: Consider feedback Step 2: Progress toward professional goals Step 3: Review student learning data Step 4: Consider student progress toward SLO growth targets Step 5: Prepare for your midcourse reflection 1 3 Remembering Teacher Smith

Take a look at Teacher Smiths midcourse reflection. - Evidence collected related to teacher evaluation so far this year - Student progress toward SLO What do you notice? - Are the reflections evidence-based? - Where do you see the most benefit to Teacher Smith based on his/her reflection? - Is there more information or more reflection that is needed? If so, where? 1 4

Learning Activity 2: Putting the Steps Into Practice Focus on Steps 1 and 2 of the midcourse reflection handout. Work with a partner if you would like. Use the MSFE Rubric and feedback you have received on your evaluation thus far. Identify action steps for adjusting practice to ensure you are on track to meet your professional practice goal. 1 5 Learning Wrap-Up 2: Taking the Temperature

Use a sticky note to vote on the following question: How confident are you that you will achieve your professional practice goal? Respond by putting your sticky note somewhere along the 10-point confidence scale. 1 6 Implementing 30 MINUTES 17

Implementing Activity: Starting With Your Students Focus on Steps 3 and 4 of the midcourse reflection handout. Work in grade level or subject area teams to identify sources of data on student progress toward meeting SLO targets. You will be considering: How do your professional practice goals align with your SLOs? How will progressing on your professional practice goals help your students progress toward their SLOs? What similarities are there among the students not progressing? 1 8

Implementing Activity: Starting With Your Students Identify the changes in instruction that need to take place to ensure students are progressing toward their targets. What instructional strategies have you used? What other strategies could you consider using? 1 9 Reflection and Wrap-Up 30 MINUTES 20

Reflecting Activity: Planning for the Midcourse Reflection To prepare for your midcourse self-evaluation, review the evidence you have summarized in Step 5. You may want to use this time to record evidence on Appendix O, Part 4, that was previously not recorded. Discuss your responses with a partner at your table. 2 1

Looking Ahead 2 2 Coming to a Close Presenter Name XXX-XXX-XXXX [email protected] 1234 Street Address City, State 12345-1234 2 3 Optional Extension Slides

Note to Facilitator: The slides that follow are intended for an end-of-year learning segment after teachers have completed the first year of the T-PEPG and have already received their summative ratings; OR you could use these slides as participants begin their endof-year self-evaluations in preparation to receive their summative ratings. Therefore, you may wish to approach these slides as a preview of the end-of-year process. 2 4 Connecting 30 MINUTES 25

Connecting Activity Consider your experience with SLOs and the MSFE Rubric. Based on your experience with SLOs and the TPEG Rubric, share with a partner: 3 highlights from your school year 2 hopes for next year 1 change you want to make and why 2 6 Learning 55 MINUTES

27 Activity: Teacher-Collected Evidence In pairs, discuss: For those who have already submitted your evidence: Did your submissions work in your favor? Did your evaluator understand the purpose for each piece of evidence and the connection to your goals? Did you submit enough? Too much? What will you do differently next year? For those who have not yet submitted your evidence: Are the submissions you have collected sufficient? Is their connection to your goals clear? For everyone: What did you learn from collecting evidence this year? What (if anything) would you do differently? Do you have suggestions to improve on this process?

2 8 Calculating the Summative Effectiveness Rating Professional Practice Rating (CPs 1, 2, 3, and 5) Professional Growth Rating (CPs 4.1 and 4.2) Ineffective Developing

Effective Distinguishe d Rating of Impact on Student Learning and Growth Negligibl e Low Moderate High

Summative Effectivenes s Rating Ineffective Partially Effective Effective Highly Effective 29 Determining the Professional Practice Rating 3 0

Determining the Professional Growth Rating 3 1 Combining the Professional Practice and Professional Growth Rating 3 2 Impact on Student Learning and Growth

3 3 Impact on Student Learning and Growth Description of SLO Percentage weight of the SLO as a factor in the Impact rating. 1. 45

EXAMPLE Percentage of students meeting the growth target (or Impact Rating) for each SLO 85 (High) 45 82 (Moderate) 1. 1.

Individual teacher: social studies Individual teacher: social studies Sophomore Humanities Team: reading Total Weighted Impact Rating for each SLO 85 X .45 = 38.25

82 X .45 = 36.9 Determine the overall Impact rating 85100% High 7184% Moderate 4170% 10 100

75 (Moderate) 75 X .10 = 7.5 38.25 + 36.9+7.5 =82.65 Round to nearest whole number. 83% Low 040% Negligible Moderate

3 4 Final Summative Effectiveness Rating 3 5 What Does Review Required Mean? Review occurs when there is a wide disparity between the two ratings. Evaluators do not assign a summative rating; instead, a review will look at (at a minimum):

The accuracy of the scoring process The accuracy of the evaluator's judgments The appropriateness of the assessments used to measure student growth The students included in the calculation of the student growth measure The appropriateness of the student growth target 36 Summative Effectiveness Ratings and Professional Growth Plans Summative Effectiveness Rating Highly Effective

Professional Growth Plan Self-directed, three-year Growth Plan Effective Self-directed, three-year Growth Plan Partially Effective Monitored, two-year Growth Plan Ineffective

Directed, 60-day to one-year Improvement Plan 3 7 Professional Growth Plan Overview Self-Directed (Highly Effective/Effective) Monitored (Partially Effective) Directed

(Ineffective) Three years Two years One year Two professional goals, with a timeline from one to three years Two goals developed with support; aligned to the areas in need of improvement

Goals aligned to areas in need of immediate improvement; timelines from 60 days to one year Professional Cohort may be outside of district School- or district-based Professional Cohort Administrator-approved Professional Cohort At least 2 SLOs per year

At least 2 SLOs per year At least 2 SLOs Midcourse reflection Midcourse reflection Midcourse reflection 38 Implementing 30 MINUTES

39 for the Summative Evaluation Conference Review the self-evaluation (Appendix M) that you wrote in the fall. Review what you have collected in Appendix O, Part 4. Review your midcourse reflections from Module 5. Use this information to begin completing your self-evaluation again to submit in advance of your summative evaluation conference. 40 Implementing Debrief/Wrap-Up

Do you know what you want to say in your end-of-year reflection? Do you need any help? Do you think that you met your professional learning goal this year? How do you know? Are your evaluators notes helpful? Can you give an example of something you found helpful or not helpful? Do you know how to use the rubric to guide you during the end-of-year evaluation? Was your goal too easy or too hard? Do you have ideas of what your goal might be next year? 41 Feedback 45 MINUTES

42 Looking Ahead to Next Year At your table, divide the chart paper into three areas/columns, labeled: Professional Practice, Professional Growth, and SLOs. For each area, discuss: What do you plan to change next year about your own approach to completing the evaluation process? What should the district change about any of these processes in our districts T-PEPG system for next year? Why? What went well this year? What additional supports do teachers and evaluators need? Record your ideas on the chart paper.

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