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  1. Lead Evaluator Training 2013-2014 Ongoing Training Day 1

  2. Welcome Back! • [re]Orientation • Lead Evaluator Training • Agenda Review

  3. Year 1 Lead Evaluator Training • New York State Teaching Standards and Leadership Standards • Evidence-based observation • Application and use of Student Growth Percentile and VA Growth Model data • Application and use of the State-approved teacher or principal rubrics • Application and use of any assessment tools used to evaluate teachers and principals • Application and use of State-approved locally selected measures of student achievement • Use of the Statewide Instructional Reporting System • Scoring methodology used to evaluate teachers and principals • Specific considerations in evaluating teachers and principals of ELLs and students with disabilities

  4. Ongoing Lead Evaluator Training • From the Review Room: “Describe the process by which evaluators will be trained and the process for how the district will certify and re-certify lead evaluators. Describe the process for ensuring inter-rater reliability. Describe the duration and nature of such training.”

  5. Ongoing Lead Evaluator Training • Continue to collect evidence • Use collected evidence to rate teachers on a rubric (with feedback) • Manage the new system • Employ growth-producing feedback to increase the quality of teaching • Implement the Reform Agenda (RTTT)

  6. Ongoing Lead Evaluator Training • Or, to basically increase the likelihood that all of this can make a difference.

  7. Ongoing Lead Evaluator Training • Or, to basically increase the likelihood that all of this can make a difference. • Is it making a difference?

  8. Agenda • Beginning of the Year • Artifact Review • Evidence Collection • Scoring (with feedback) • School-wide data from the rubric • Planning PD for the year

  9. Show and Tell What is one thing you have done in your school this school year that you have never done before… related to APPR?

  10. Introduction • Jennifer Mahar • Lake HeraldCentral School District • 3rd Grade Teacher

  11. Beginning of the Year

  12. The Year at a Glance Beginning of the Year End of the Year Ongoing • Beginning of the year meeting • Standards I and II • SLO and local (LAT) target setting • Evidence from the year collected • Compare collected evidence to the rubric • Summative score determination and communication • Evidence Submission by Teacher • Evidence Collection • Sharing the evidence • Feedback Conversations

  13. “Middle” part of the Year

  14. The Year at a Glance Beginning of the Year End of the Year Ongoing • Beginning of the year meeting • Standards I and II • SLO and local (LAT) target setting • Evidence from the year collected • Compare collected evidence to the rubric • Summative score determination and communication • Evidence Submission by Teacher • Evidence Collection • Sharing the evidence • Feedback Conversations

  15. The Year at a Glance Beginning of the Year End of the Year Ongoing • Beginning of the year meeting • Standards I and II • SLO and local (LAT) target setting • Evidence from the year collected • Compare collected evidence to the rubric • Summative score determination and communication • Evidence Submission by Teacher • Evidence Collection • Sharing the evidence • Feedback Conversations

  16. The Year at a Glance Beginning of the Year End of the Year Ongoing • Beginning of the year meeting • Standards I and II • SLO and local (LAT) target setting • Evidence from the year collected • Compare collected evidence to the rubric • Summative score determination and communication • Evidence Submission by Teacher • Evidence Collection • Sharing the evidence • Feedback Conversations

  17. Artifacts For Teaching Standards 1 & 2 (FFT Domain 1), what kind of artifacts are helpful? • SLO/LAT • Lesson Plan • Unit Plan • Schedule • Others

  18. Artifacts At your table, identify some of the artifacts that were helpful for scoring these components. Submit them to http://todaysmeet.com/LET A transcript of these ideas will be posted.

  19. Review of Artifacts Take a look at the artifacts in the folder. • What do you see? • What is missing? • What questions doyou have for theteacher?

  20. The Year at a Glance Beginning of the Year End of the Year Ongoing • Beginning of the year meeting • Standards I and II • SLO and local (LAT) target setting • Evidence from the year collected • Compare collected evidence to the rubric • Summative score determination and communication • Evidence Submission by Teacher • Evidence Collection • Sharing the evidence • Feedback Conversations

  21. Preconference MeetingEvidence Collection • Watch the conference • Collect evidence • Clean it up • Code it • Sort it • Score it (even though this is better done at the end of the year)

  22. Agreement & Reliability • Record your scores on the organizer • “Grade your paper” • Talk at your table. • Transcript is posted. • Leave it behind at your table without your name on it

  23. Break

  24. Instructional Leadership

  25. Planning the Year The instructional leadership you provide should be based on • District goals • RTTT/Reform Agenda • Needs of your staff

  26. Planning the Year What does your staff “need?” • Look at your rubrics from last year. What stands out? • Reflect individually… make a list… • Then talk at your table

  27. Planning the Year Last year’s rubrics: • Electronic platforms do this four you • Otherwise, tally marks might be the way to go

  28. Kim Marshall Example

  29. OASYS Example

  30. Low Tech Example

  31. Planning the Year Last year’s rubrics: • Electronic platforms do this for you • Otherwise, tally marks might be the way to go • Use the organizer to list the things that stood out • Identify those items that most match up with district goals and RTTT BTW: this sort of analysis might be helpful evidence for your evaluation process

  32. Planning the Year Assessment meetings Faculty meetings Culture actions

  33. Systems Thinking

  34. THEOPPORTUNITYISNOWHERE

  35. Next Session • January 23rd in Syracuse • January 24th in Cortland • Agenda will include • Evidence Collection (observation) • Agreement and Reliability • Growth-Producing Feedback

  36. Housekeeping • Leave folder and contents at table (pile) • Leave your answer sheet at the table (pile) • Leave the red answer key at the table (pile) • Have an uneventful Halloween!