Certified Evaluation Update Training

Certified Evaluation Update Training

Certified Evaluation Update Training Fleming County Schools July 2015 Agenda OneDrive Documentation System Certified Evaluation Professional Learning & EILA Certified Evaluation Schedules (Drafts)

Group Work - Scenarios Group Presentations Timeline Review Questions/Clarifications OneDrive Documentation

School Folder Principal, Creasman, Eldridge access to everything in the folder Evaluation Schedule Employee Folder Employee has access to the folder and can upload/edit) Certified Evaluation Folder Self-Reflection, PGP, Ongoing Reflection, Observations (peer observations will NOT be uploaded), SGG, SV, other documentation Professional Learning Folder Professional learning certificates, Flexible PD, PD Verification Form EILA Folder EILA certificates, EILA Verification Form

Certified Evaluation Schedule Will be found in the School Folder Upon completing and uploading observation, Principal or Assistant Principal will enter date of completion on the form When peer observation process is complete (after post conference), peer will ask Principal or Assistant Principal to enter date on the form Follow the schedule; keep everyone on cycle GROUP WORK

Scenario 1 Employee Name: Donna Job Title: Director of Special Education for District XYZ a. Describe the timeline and process Donna will follow for self-reflection and developing a professional growth plan. Identify any forms to be used. b. Who is Donna's evaluator? c. Identify the form(s) to be used and describe the process the evaluator will use to complete the process. d. How often is Donna summatively evaluated? e. Explain what happens if Donna wishes to appeal her evaluation. f. Why is Donna's evaluation process different from other certified employees? Scenario 2 Employee Name: Bart

Job Title: XYZ High School Principal a. Describe the process Bart will follow for self reflection and developing a professional growth plan. Identify any forms to be used. b. Explain the student growth goal process for a principal. How is success measured? c. Explain the Working Conditions Goal and how success is measured. d. Who is Bart's evaluator? e. Describe the observation and evaluation process and the forms to be used. f. How often is Bart summatively evaluated? g. What are the similarities/differences for an assistant principal? Scenario 3 Employee Name: Sylvia Job Title: Library/Media Specialist

a. Describe the process Sylvia will follow for self-reflection and developing a professional growth plan. b. Explain the work place visit for peer and evaluator and identify the forms to be used. c. Describe the process Sylvia will follow for developing, monitoring and evaluating a student growth goal. d. Who is Sylvias evaluator? e. Where can Sylvia find the domains and components which drive her evaluation? f. Explain the student voice measure. g. What are the similarities/differences between LMS and an instructional specialist in the OPGES process? Scenario 4 Employee Name: Larry Job Title: Science Teacher, KTIP a. Describe the process that Larry will follow for

self-reflection, developing a professional growth plan, and for developing a student growth goal. b. How will Larry monitor his student growth goal? c. Who is Larrys evaluator? d. Explain the observation process, including the peer observation. e. How often is Larry summatively evaluated? f. How is Larrys internship status addressed? g. How will Larry use his student voice data? Scenario 5 Employee Name: Elizabeth Job Description: 3rd Grade Teacher, 15 years a. Describe the process that Elizabeth will follow for self-reflection, developing a professional growth plan, and for developing a student growth goal. b. How will Elizabeth monitor his student growth goal?

c. Who is Elizabeths evaluator? d. Explain the observation process, including the peer observation and identify forms to be used. e. How often is Elizabeth summatively evaluated? f. How will Elizabeth use her student voice data? g. How will Elizabeth document her reflection, PGP, SGG? H. How will Elizabeths evaluator document observations and summative evaluation? Scenario 6 Employee Name: Roberto Job Description: Guidance Counselor a. Describe the process Roberto will follow for self-reflection and developing a professional growth plan. b. Explain the work place visit for peer and evaluator and identify the forms to be used. c. Describe the process Roberto will follow for developing,

monitoring and evaluating a student growth goal. d. Who is Robertos evaluator? e. How/where will all OPGES be documented? f. Explain the student voice measure. g. What are the similarities/differences between counselor and a therapeutic specialist in the OPGES process? Timeline Review Date Item Due 20th Work Day Explanation of CEP Procedures 30 Days

Evaluation Training 30 Days Self Reflection September 30 Professional Growth Plan October & March Principal Site Visit 5 School Days after Obs

Post Obs Conference 2 Weeks after KPREP Data Student Growth Goal April 15 Summative Evaluations April 20 Summative to CO May 1

Professional Learning Verification Closing Day or June 1 Summative Reflection/EOY Conference June 30 EILA Verification June 30 EOY Conference (administrators) Questions?

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