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Teacher Evaluation Process - 5 standards

TEACHERS DEMONSTRATE LEADERSHIP

TEACHERS ESTABLISH A RESPECTFUL ENVIRONMENT FOR A DIVERSE POPULATION OF STUDENTS

TEACHERS KNOW THE CONTENT THEY TEACH

TEACHERS FACILITATE LEARNING FOR THEIR STUDENTS

TEACHERS REFLECT ON THEIR PRACTICE


Standard 6 -  Teacher Effectiveness

TEACHERS CONTRIBUTE TO THE SUCCESS OF STUDENTS


http://www.ncpublicschools.org/educatoreffect/







EVAAS - Teacher Effectiveness

Data was released for last year's EOG, EOC and CTE teachers.

Released data is for the 2011-12 school year.

Data will not count as part of your 2012-13 Evaluation.

2012-13 is the first of the 3 years.




Achievement Vs. Growth

Achievement = % Proficient is important   
Student who moves from a Level IV to III?

Growth = Change in score for a year of instruction.
Relative position within the group of students?




DPI Models of Student/School Growth

Model 1: Calculated Model - student growth was based on how much a student grew from 1 grade to the next.  
If the students grew the "expected" amount your school was identified as making Expected Growth

If the students grew significantly more than "expected" amount, your school was identified as making High Growth .



Model 2:  Calculated Model - student growth was based on how much a student grew in relation to the two previous assessments.   

If the students grew the "expected" amount your school was identified as making Expected Growth

To get high growth status:

# students with 0 or greater Change
---------------------------------------------------- =  > 1.5
# student with negative Change






What do we really want to know?  

Did the student make a years worth of progress (growth) for being in your school/classroom.





From SAS:

By concentrating on the progress (growth) students make, EVAAS puts the emphasis on something educators are responsible for and can do something about. Average progress (one year of academic gain) is the minimum expectation.  In other words, it is expected that students will not lose ground, relative to their peers, in the course of the year.




Simple explanation of growth in SAS model:

When a student is compared to all of the other students with similar past test performance did he/she progress (grow) at a rate that was Above , Equal to , Below   the other students.  

When all of the students in a school/classroom are grouped together, did the group make the progress that was expected?





EVAAS Login:

Currently school administrators have access to EVAAS.  Teachers will have access to their student performance data "soon".







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Dave Scherping,
Nov 14, 2012, 11:31 AM
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