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Teacher In Need of Assistance (TINA - part 1)

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Teacher in Need of Assistance
Intervention Plan
Bill Parry
Senior Specialist
Education Service Center
Region One
Commissioner’s Rules
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a) A teacher whose performance meets
any of the following circumstances will
be designated as a " teacher in need of
assistance ":
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(1) a teacher who is evaluated as
unsatisfactory in one or more domains; or
(2) a teacher who is evaluated as below
expectations in two or more domains.
Commissioner’s Rules
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f) An intervention plan may be
developed at any time at the discretion
of the appraiser when the appraiser has
documentation that would potentially
produce an evaluation rating of "below
expectations" or "unsatisfactory".
Timeline – T.I.N.A. (FAQ)
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What is the timeline for an intervention
plan?
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The timeline for the intervention plan is a
local decision and is determined by the
appraiser, in consultation with the teacher.
The timeline of the intervention plan may
be established so that the intervention plan
is completed prior to the deadline for
contract decisions.
Contents – T.I.N.A. (FAQ)
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Must the Intervention Plan for Teachers
in Need of Assistance include all
domains for which a teacher shows less
than proficient performance?
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Yes. Because of appropriate personnel
procedures, teachers in need of assistance
must be notified of all domains in which
their performance is less than proficient.
Teacher in Need of Assistance
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(b) When a teacher is designated as a
teacher in need of assistance, the
appraiser and/or the teacher's
supervisor shall, in consultation with the
teacher, develop an intervention plan
that includes the following…
Intervention Plan for Teacher
in Need of Assistance
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1. Domain(s) in which the teacher is in
need of assistance.
Example:
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Domain 1. Active, successful Student
Participation in the Learning
Intervention Plan for Teacher
in Need of Assistance
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(e) The intervention plan shall include
options for professional development
activities designed to enhance teacher
proficiency. At least one option shall not
place significant financial burden on
either the teacher or the school district.
Intervention Plan for Teacher
in Need of Assistance
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2. Professional improvement activities and
dates for completion.
Example
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Workshop #2645 Higher Order Questioning Skills
by October 25, 2007, and
Participate in a weekly “Group study” of Highly
Effective Questioning by Hannel and Hannel to be
completed by November 10, 2007.
Intervention Plan for Teacher
in Need of Assistance
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3. Evidence that will be used to
determine that professional
improvement activities have been
completed.
Example:
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Written documentation of attendance to
the sessions will given to the appraiser
within five working days of completion.
Intervention Plan for Teacher
in Need of Assistance
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4. Directives for changes in teacher behavior
and timelines.
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Example:
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Beginning on November 1, weekly appraiser
walkthroughs will occur throughout the remainder
of the first semester. Appraisers will identify a
significant increase in higher order questioning of
students with associated student success, as
identified in the professional development
activities previously mentioned.
Intervention Plan for Teacher
in Need of Assistance
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5. Evidence that will be used to
determine if teacher behavior has
changed.
Example
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Walkthroughs will identify significantly
greater skill in the use of higher order
questioning and associated student
success.
Teacher Response and Appeals
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See Commissioner’s Rules (150.1005)
regarding teacher responses and
appeals.
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