Teacher Eval Plan

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Teacher Evaluation Plan:

Teacher Evaluation Plan Big Lake Schools

The Process:

The Process Q-Comp advisory g roup MDE trainings Formation of TE workgroup

The Work:

The Work Reviewed statutes and state m odel Reviewed existing Q-Comp plan

Guiding Decisions:

Guiding Decisions State model too cumbersome Q-Comp Plan continues Aligned Q-Comp practices with new statute to create teacher eval plan

Statutory Requirements:

Statutory Requirements Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan A school board and exclusive representative of the teachers jointly agree to an annual teacher evaluation and peer review process for probationary and non-probationary teachers (or use the state model by default). Jointly developed by this workgroup: Rachel Schultz, Liberty Sara Edgar, Independence Brittany Kehn , Independence Jim VanderHeyden , MS Adam Pelot , HS Carla Reeck , G & T Teacher Kelly Jurek , BLEM President Chad Libby, Q Comp Caryl Gordy, Liberty Principal Bob Dockendorf , BLHS Principal Bart Appleton, HR Manager Crys Thorson, Director of T & L

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must provide the requisite evaluations for probationary teachers—three evaluations annually with the first within 90 days of employment. Probationary teachers will have three annual evaluations by their principal and three annual observations by their peer observer, with the first peer observation and the first principal evaluation to occur within 90 days of employment.

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must establish a three-year professional review cycle for each teacher that includes a growth and development plan, peer review, the opportunity to participate in a professional learning community, and at least one summative evaluation performed by a qualified and trained evaluator. The Big Lake Plan annually includes: Individual Growth and Development Plan (IGDP) 3 peer observations W eekly PLC meetings   Every three years, teachers will be formally evaluated by their administrator.  

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must be based on professional teaching standards established in MN Rule 8710.2000. Big Lake continues to use the 22 components of the Big Lake Observation Framework (Charlotte Danielson, 2007) as approved in our original Q Comp plan . Each fall, each teacher will complete a self assessment, using the 22 components. One component will be selected for the IGDP as an area of individual focus for the year . Peer Observers will use the same seven components outlined in the Q Comp plan, unless the teacher requests a different combination of seven components. Administrators will use the entire Big Lake Observation Framework every three years.

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must coordinate staff development activities with the evaluation process and outcomes. Big Lake Schools currently plans and provides professional development aligned to PLC work and facilitation (Critical Issues for Team Consideration), peer observation, and other initiatives. Beginning in May 2014, and continuing throughout the 2014-2015 school year, additional training on the teacher evaluation model will occur to ensure that all teachers and evaluators understand the process fully. PLC facilitators will be trained to utilize the electronic portfolio, and PLC time will be allocated for portfolio training and preparation.

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must perhaps allow school time for coaching and collaboration. Our Q Comp model requires job embedded processes. We will continue to implement PLCs and peer observation during the school day.

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must perhaps include mentoring and induction programs. Our current Q Comp plan includes mentoring and induction programming for new teachers. We will continue to utilize this model.

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must allow teachers to present a portfolio demonstrating evidence of reflection and professional growth that includes teachers’ own performance assessment. Q Comp Observations and Principal evaluations have utilized an online tool, “observation 360” for three years . To streamline the new evaluation process for teachers, all required data will be stored online, within “pd360” in individual teacher portfolios.

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must use an agreed-upon teacher value-added assessment where value-added data are available and state or local student growth measures where value-added data are unavailable as a basis for 35 percent of teacher evaluation results. 35% of the annual and three-year principal evaluations will be based on achievement of site, PLC and Individual goals.   Performance pay will continue to follow the Q Comp plan.

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must use longitudinal data on student engagement and connection and other student outcome measures aligned with curriculum for which teachers are responsible. 5 percent of the annual and three-year principal evaluations will include student engagement data, collected during peer observations and administrative walkthroughs.   Walkthroughs will be conducted building-wide during each round/trimester. Walkthrough data will focus on research-based factors related to student engagement.  

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must require qualified and trained evaluators to perform summative evaluations. The Big Lake Plan utilizes trained peer observers to gather formative data three times a year. At the end of each year, the teacher selects one or more of their peer observations to add to their portfolio evidence.   The Big Lake plan requires licensed administrators to perform summative evaluations. Administrators will use portfolio evidence to perform summative evaluations every year for probationary teachers and every three years for tenured teachers. In addition, at any time, a principal may observe and evaluate any teacher.

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must give teachers not meeting professional teaching standards the support to improve with established goals and timelines. The Teacher Assistance Track will continue to be used in Big Lake, to assist teachers in need of improvement.

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Statutory Requirement Big Lake Plan Teacher evaluation processes must discipline teachers who do not adequately improve. The Teacher Assistance Track includes four phases: Awareness Assistance Discipline

Three Foundations:

Three Foundations Teacher practice (60%) Student engagement (5%) Student growth (35%)

Teacher Practice:

Teacher Practice Peer Observations Learning Walkthroughs Formal Evaluation Artifacts 60%

Student Engagement:

Student Engagement Student Engagement Walkthroughs Engaging Students in Learning rubric 5 %

Student Growth:

Student Growth PLCs Individual Growth & Development Plan Student Growth Ratings 35%

Portfolio:

Portfolio Peer observations Lesson or unit plan artifact Assessment artifact Parent communication log Record-keeping evidence Individual growth plan

3 Year Formal Eval:

3 Year Formal Eval Formal observation no longer required Replaced by evidence-based model: All 22 components Portfolio evidence Walkthrough data PLC data *Principal may choose to observe teachers at any time.

For More Information::

For More Information: Check out the intranet at: Staffinfo.biglake.k12.mn.us

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