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Teacher Evaluation Information (PPT)

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NC Teacher Evaluation Process:
Making it Work in DHHS
Background
пѓ� New
evaluation instruments adopted in
2008
пѓ� Used them in DHHS for the first time in
2009-2010
пѓ� 2010-2011 was the second year
пѓ� New policy effective date is July 1, 2011
пѓ� One system for school
administrators/principals/lead teachers
пѓ� Different system for teachers
Who are 115C employees?
пѓ� Licensed
through the State Board of
Education
пѓ� Working in positions classified as 115C,
not 126/SPA
пѓ� Fall under different disciplinary and
grievance procedures than 126 staff
пѓ� NOTE: we do have some staff with
educational licenses in 126 positions; we
help them renew but they are evaluated
with PMs
Definitions
пѓ� Probationary
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Teacher
Initially licensed teacher
Lateral entry teacher
Teacher without career status in DHHS
• From another state (takes 4 years)
• From another NC Local Education Agency (LEA)--takes 1 year if they had career status in another NC
LEA
пѓ� Career
Status: status reached after 4 years in
the same LEA
пѓ� License: credential issued by the State Board
of Education (Standard Professional I or II)
More Definitions
пѓ� Experienced
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Teachers
Hold a Standard Professional II License
Have career status in DHHS
Must have 2 informal observations in years 25 of the licensure cycle
Are only formally evaluated one every 5 years
unless
• They are working in a new assignment
• They have supervision issues
Basic Components of NC TEP
пѓ� Individual
Growth Plan
пѓ� Observations, including pre- and
post-observation data
пѓ� Teacher Summary Rating Form
Individual Growth Plan
пѓ� IGP
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Construct based on self-assessment
Approve and begin no later than October 1
• Can be earlier if that suits the program need
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Review
• Between December 1 and February 1
• Adjustments should be made here if needed
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Complete between April 15 and
May 15
Observations
пѓ� Observation
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Cycle
Pre-Observation Conference
• Mandatory for all probationary observations
• Mandatory for first career teacher observation
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Formal Observation
• One lesson or 45 minutes
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Post-Observation Conference
• Mandatory for all formal observations
Required Number of Observations:
Probationary Teachers
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Probationary Teachers: ILTs, lateral entry,
teachers without career status in DHHS
Four observations total (this is a minimum; the
administrator can choose to do more)
3 by the administrator, 1 by a peer
• By September 30
• By November 30
• By February 15 (best option for the peer
observation)
• By April 15
Required Observations:
Experienced Teachers
пѓ� Experienced
Teachers in the FIRST year
of the LICENSURE cycle
Three observations by the administrator
who can choose to do more
By September 30
By February 15
By April 15
пѓ� Experienced
Teachers in YEARS 2-5 of
the LICENSURE Cycle
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2 INFORMAL observations required
Rating System Used
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Not Demonstrated
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Developing
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Meeting the baseline skills needed
Accomplished
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Gaining the skills needed to become proficient
Proficient
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used in DHHS for items agreed upon that will not be
evaluated; specified in PGP
Going beyond the baseline and extending those skills to
create opportunities for most students
Distinguished
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Clearly and consistently demonstrates skills which provide
the highest quality of instruction to all students
Use of Ratings
пѓ� Teachers
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are evaluated on 5 Standards
Each standard is composed of several
elements
Each element has several indicators
Indicator ratings add cumulatively to create a
rating for an element
Standard ratings are an average of the ratings
for each element
RATING SYSTEM STRUCTURE
STANDARD
ELEMENT
Developing
Proficient
Accomplished
Distinguished
Indicators
Indicators
Indicators
Indicators
ELEMENT
Developing
Proficient
Accomplished
Distinguished
Indicators
Indicators
Indicators
Indicators
Summary Rating Form
пѓ� Completed
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between April 15 and May 15
Done by the school administrator
Shared with teachers; not a collaborative effort
Based on evidence from the year
Experienced Teachers
пѓ� Year
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1 of the Licensure Renewal Cycle
Entire rubric
3 observations required
пѓ� Years
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2-5 of the Licensure Renewal Cycle
Standards 1 and 4 only
2 INFORMAL observations required
Evaluation Results
пѓ� Action
Plans no longer exist in NC
пѓ� There are three new types of Professional
Development Plans
Monitored Growth Plan
пЃ¬ Directed Growth Plan
пЃ¬ Mandatory Improvement Plan
All of these plans require the following:
Standards and Elements to be improved; goals
and activities to assist the teacher in
improvement, and a specific timeline
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Monitored Growth Plan
пѓ� Teacher
(with Career Status AND an SP II
license) is rated “Developing” on one or
more Standards AT THE END OF THE
YEAR AND will not be recommended for
dismissal (only the Superintendent can
decide this)
пѓ� Have one school year to become
“Proficient” on all Standards
Directed Growth Plan
пѓ� Teacher
(with Career Status AND an SP II
license) is rated “Developing” on one or more
Standards AT THE END OF THE YEAR AND
will not be recommended for dismissal (only
the Superintendent can decide this)
пѓ� Timeline is LESS than one school year to
become “Proficient” on all Standards
Mandatory Improvement Plan
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Teacher (with Career Status AND an SP II license) is rated
“Developing” on one or more Standards AT THE END OF
THE YEAR AND will not be recommended for dismissal
(only the Superintendent can decide this) AND others plans
would not address the deficiencies (only the Superintendent
can decide this)
пѓ� Less than one school year; usually 60-90 days
пѓ� A qualified observer is agreed upon by the teacher and
principal to come in and observe to corroborate the
principals’ assessment
пѓ� Usually used if you are dismissing for inadequate
performance in the classroom
Beginning Teachers
пѓ� Definition:
Those without career status and
with SP I licenses
� Have three years to become “Proficient” on
all standards (correct through IGP and
mentor)
пѓ� At the end of the third year, if they are NOT
“Proficient”…
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…they cannot convert their SP I license to an SP
II license
…their employment in DHHS is terminated
Probationary Teachers WITH an SP
II License
пѓ� Definition:
Came from another NC LEA
(doing 1 year of probation) or came from
another state (doing 4 years of probation)
� Must be at least “Proficient” on all
Standards at the end of the first year
пѓ� Will not be recommended for Career
Status
пѓ� Without Career Status, their employment
is terminated
Educational Judgment
пѓ� May
observe any teacher at any time as
long as it is not arbitrary or capricious
пѓ� May decide to shorten the timeline to get
all observations completed so that a
teacher can be evaluated
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Should be at least 10 work days between the
post-observation conference and the next
observation
Must complete ALL steps in the process to get
to an evaluation with the Summary Rating
Form
Other Disciplinary Actions for 115C
пѓ� Documented
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Completed with HR involvement
Involves issues that are usually not
instructional practice but they can be
пѓ� Written
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Counseling
Warning
Completed with HR and Superintendent’s
Designee involvement
Involves issues of behavior and/or
instructional practice
DHHS Educational Materials
Web Site
пѓ� http://www.ncdhhs.gov/dsohf/professionals
/schoolmaterials/school.htm
Questions, Concerns,
Assistance
DHHS Assistant Superintendent of Schools
Division of State Operated Healthcare
Facilities
Office: 919-855-4713
Fax: 919-508-0955
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