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  1. Introducing LEADAlabama and VAL-ED May 16, 2012 EDUCATEAlabama/LEADAlabama Section and Discovery Education

  2. Christopher Blair, Ed.D. LEADAlabama Project Administrator EDUCATEAlabama/LEADAlabama Section Tele: (334) 796-8985 E-mail: leadalabama@asc.edu Website: http://alex.state.al.us/leadership/

  3. LEADAlabama (LA) will become the new educational leader • evaluation systemfor LEA use effective August 1, 2012. • LA will replace the existing PEPE program for school • leaders. School system superintendents will be evaluated by • the local school board. • LA implementation is for all administrative, certificated leaders currently evaluated by PEPE such as central office personnel, principals, assistant principals and specialty building-level administrators such as instructional, improvement and program specialists.

  4. LEADAlabama Implementation Training Target Audience: LEA Superintendents and Evaluation Coordinators Access STI-PD - https://pdweb.alsde.edu/pdweb/ to attend one of the following sessions Training information at: http://alex.state.al.us/leadership/leadalabama.html

  5. The LEADAlabama Development Committee’s recommendations for development were used to guide the develop process of the formative evaluation system. A principle concern of the development committee: LA and the assessments conducted during the LA process must be contextualized to specific situations, and the primary focus of LA needs to be individual growth.

  6. LEADAlabama Process An online, formative evaluation system Formative Assessment

  7. LEADAlabama Process

  8. LA Process: Self Assessment Component • Self-Assessment • Self Assessment: • Alabama Continuum for Leadership Development • Indicators described at five levels of • development • Results used to focus a conversation with the • evaluator about professional practice and areas • needing improvement

  9. LA Process: Collaborative Dialogue Component • Collaborative Dialogue • Collaborative Dialogue: • A conversation with evaluator to inform • development of the Professional Learning Plan

  10. LA Process: Professional Learning Plan Component • Professional Learning Plan • Professional Learning Plan (PLP): • Collaboratively developed plan for professional • learning

  11. LA Process: Evidence Component • Evidence • Evidence Summary: • Documentation of professional learning • evidencing active work towards leadership • improvement

  12. LA Process: 360 º Assessment Component • 360° Feedback • 360° Assessment: • Vanderbilt Assessment of Leadership in Education • (VAL-ED), a multi-rater, evidence-based, • approach to measure the effectiveness of principal • behaviors known to influence teacher performance • and student learning

  13. Step 1: LA Profile/ Adding Staff Step 2: Login

  14. Step 3: Update Profile Status Select Mode

  15. Step 3: Update Profile Status

  16. Step 4: Self Assessment

  17. Step 4: Self Assessment

  18. Step 4: Self Assessment

  19. Step 4: Self Assessment

  20. Collaborative Dialogue • Between Step 4 & Step 5: • Collaborative Dialogue Component • Collaborative Dialogue: • A conversation with evaluator to inform • development of the Professional Learning Plan

  21. Step 5: Adding/ Removing Indicators to/from PLP

  22. Step 5: Adding/ Removing Indicators to/from PLP

  23. Step 6: Completing PLP

  24. Step 6: Competing PLP

  25. Step 6: Completing PLP

  26. Step 7: Adding Evidence

  27. Step 7: Adding/ Evidence

  28. Step 8: Evidence Summary & Closing LA

  29. Beginning August 1, 2012

  30. 360° Assessment for School Principals • Vanderbilt Assessment of Leadership in Education • (VAL-ED), a multi-rater, evidence-based, approach to • measure the effectiveness of principal behaviors known • to influence teacher performance and student learning

  31. VAL-ED Implementation • Every principal in Alabama public schools • One third (1/3) of principals each year • Assessed once every three (3) years • Assessed in spring, beginning March 2013 • Notice of participation, May 2012 • Ongoing face-to-face and webinar trainings

  32. Self-Assessment • Collaborative Dialogue • Professional Learning Plan • Evidence • 360° Feedback Implementation Timeline August September Mar-Apr October Nov-July Evaluation Cycle Closes: July 31

  33. For more information, contact: EDUCATE/LEADAlabama Section Tele: 334-353-9962 E-mail: leadalabama@asc.edu Website: http://alex.state.al.us/leadership/leadalabama.html

  34. Vanderbilt Assessment of Leadership In Education Discovery Education Assessment www.discoveryeducation.com/products/assessment