Components of the Plan
A. A set of professional practice standards applicable to teachers; (complete)
- After much research and discussion, the Evaluation Committee decided to recommend Danielson’s , The Framework for Teaching Evaluation Instrument. We are currently using the Framework for Teaching as part of our current evaluation system and working with WestEd to refine the system. Click on the link above to learn more about the instrument.
B. A set of professional practice standards applicable to principals;
C. Student learning and growth measures;
D. A description of other measures of educator effectiveness, if any, that will be used in determining the educator’s summative effectiveness rating;
E. A description of the four rating levels and the method of combining the multiple measures of educator effectiveness, weights, targets and actual performance to arrive at a summative effectiveness rating for an educator;
F. A description of the results and consequences of being placed in each of the rating levels;
G. Implementation procedures, including but not limited to training requirements for evaluators and the process for making and reviewing “teacher of record” determinations;
H. A description of how educators were involved in development of the system, and how they will be trained to ensure that they understand and can fully participate in the system;
I. A description of how teachers, principals, administrators, school board members, parents and other members of the public were involved in development of the system;
J. A description of when and how the Steering Committee was formed and the mechanism by which the Steering Committee’s review will lead to revision of the PE/PG system to ensure that it is aligned with school administrative unit goals and priorities; and
K. A description of the PE/PG system pilot, and what changes, if any, were made to the system plan as a result of the pilot.