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Disclaimer: All updates are preliminary.
Final regulations and details will be released
by the end of June in the PA Bulletin.
NTPE =
Non-Teaching
Professional Educator
Definition: Educational Specialists or professional educators who
provide services other than classroom instruction. This includes
employees with instructional certification who are not categorized as
classroom teachers by the LEA.
Basically, three groups will fall under the category of NTPE:
• Educational Specialists
• Instructionally Certified teachers not providing direct instruction
• Administrators/Supervisors
Ultimately, the LEA needs to categorize each employee as either a
teaching or non-teaching professional.
NTPE
NTPEs working under their Instructional Certification will be evaluated
using the Danielson Framework for Teaching. A crosswalk will be posted
on PDEs website to illustrate the connection between the legislative
intent of Act 82 for NTPEs and the Danielson Framework. The SAS
portal will have examples for these professionals (ex. PIIC has developed
examples for instructional coaches who do not provide direct
instruction).
NTPE
NTPEs working under their Supervisory Certification will be evaluated
using the Framework for Leadership. Examples of professional
employees in this group would include Special Education Directors and
Curriculum Directors. (Note: Principal certification may qualify an
administrator to serve as a Director of Curriculum. In such a case, the
employee would be considered a NTPE working under their Supervisory
Certification.)
NTPE
NTPEs working under an Educational Specialist Certification have been
providing feedback from the pilot in 2014-15. The rubrics are designed
to help the evaluators have a better understanding of the level of
performance of their specialists.
NTPE
All NTPEs (i.e., all three groups) will be evaluated using 82-3. All
domains for the Observation/Practice area will be weighted equally. The
four domains follow:
• Planning and Preparation
• Educational Environment
• Delivery of Service
• Professional Development
Classroom Teacher
Effectiveness
2013-14 SPP data is expected to be available on September
19 to enter into the summative evaluation for 2013-14.
BE SURE TO DOWNLOAD THE LATEST 2013-14 82-1 FORM.
CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE.
PDE has provided a chart of guidance regarding which SPP to
use at various times.
Classroom Teacher
Effectiveness
A new 82-1 form for 2014-15 will be posted after July 1.
For 2014-15, the factors for the 82-1 form follow:
• Teacher Observation/Practice = 50%
• Building Level Data = 15%
• Teacher Specific Data (except for PVAAS) = 15%
• Elective Data = 20%
Classroom Teacher
Effectiveness
In regard to Teacher Specific Data, Act 82 states the following:
(B) Fifteen per centum (15%) teacher-specific data, including, but not limited to, student
achievement attributable to a specific teacher as measured by all of the following:
(I) Student performance on assessments.*
(II) Value-added assessment system data made available by the department under section
221.
(III) Progress in meeting the goals of student individualized education plans required under the
Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (Public Law 91-230, 20 U.S.C. § 1400 et seq.).
(IV) Locally developed school district rubrics.
*The term "assessment" shall mean the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment test, the
Keystone Exam, an equivalent local assessment or another test established by the State Board
of Education to meet the requirements of section
Link to Act 82:
http://www.legis.state.pa.us/WU01/LI/LI/US/HTM/2012/0/0082..HTM
Classroom Teacher
Effectiveness
Although the Value-Added Assessment Data will not be available in
2014-15, the 15% Teacher Specific Data requirement will be in
effect. Essentially, the SLO process will be used to incorporate
progress in meeting IEP goals and local district rubrics in order to
address the Teacher Specific Data requirement.
A new Administrative Manual and a new FAQ document are
coming in order to better explain the requirements for 2014-15,
especially Teacher Specific Data requirement.
Principal
Effectiveness
Correlation Data:
Due to a lack of a statistical correlation between Teacher Level Measures
and Observation and Practice ratings, it was recommended that PDE
adopt a process that focuses on the conversation between the
supervising administrator and the principal based on the principal’s
knowledge, understanding and intended use of the evidence presented
regarding the relationship between Teacher Level Measures and the
Observation and Practice ratings.
Principal
Effectiveness
Correlation Data Continued:
A performance Level Descriptor Chart has been developed that will
provide the guidance for a rating for the Correlation Data segment based
on the conversation between the supervising administrator and the
principal regarding Teacher Level Measures and the Observation and
Practice ratings.
Teacher Level Measures shall include, but not be limited to any
combination of one or more of the following data:
Building Level Data
Teacher Specific Data
Elective Data
Principal
Effectiveness
Elective Data:
A template for the Principal SLOs has been completed.
The template will consist of expandable boxes that will be used by the
principal to complete the measureable goal(s) as stated in the SLO
including, but not limited to: historical information relating to the
selection of the goal, performance indicators, performance measures,
action plans, and a rating scale that will be developed in collaboration
between the supervising administrator and the principal.
PDE will provide a template, guidance, and direction to facilitate the
completion of the SLO document.
Principal
Effectiveness
2014-15 Trainings:
Framework for Leadership Training – 30 PIL hours
Correlation Training + Elective Data Training – 30 PIL hours
Principal
Effectiveness
Phase III Pilot Data Collection:
Opened on April 21 and will close on June 30.
Two components per domain are expected to be rated based upon the
evidence collected during Phase III.
Data will be sent directly to the researchers (REL) and not to PDE.
Data can be used to help inform a principal’s rating for 2013-14.
Project Based
Assessment
Updates
PBAs
Timeframe for completion is open ended.
School district’s report the average time as 9-13.5 hrs. for Algebra.
Literature is expected to take longer.
Projects and passages can be downloaded as a PDF and printed, but
they cannot be removed from the room.
A new FAQ document is coming soon.
Implementation Plans
Training Needs?
PBA Tutoring
Level of
Support
Status of Student Work
Tutor Role
1
Generally accurate
Review, address
areas for
correction
2
Incomplete/inaccurate
sections
Provide targeted
remediation
3
Demonstrates total lack of
understanding
Provide in-depth
remediation
Note: Providing answers is not appropriate at any level.
PBA Tutor “Training”
Resources:
1) FAQ (being updated)
2) PBA Video
3) Roles & Responsibilities
4) Released Field Test Projects
http://www.pdesas.org/module/assessment/About.aspx
SPPs
September 19 - LEAs Preview SPPs
(NOT a correction window— strictly an opportunity for LEAs
to preview the SPP information in preparation for public
release)
September 24 – Public Release of SPPs
Best Practices Dialogue
SAS Portal
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Best Practices Dialogue
PA Core Curriculum Frameworks
PA Core Training & Implementation
Teacher Effectiveness Modules for Act 48
SLOs
CDTs
Conferences, Workshops,
and Trainings
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Principal Effectiveness
Introduction to John Collins Writing
SLO School Leaders
Innovations in Literacy
Understanding Depth of Knowledge
Region 6 Leadership Institute
SLO Introduction – at Keystone Central
Conferences, Workshops,
and Trainings Cont.
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Safe School Leadership Strategies
Advanced Placement Summer Institute
Educator Bootcamp
Literacy Design Collaborative
Reading Apprenticeship Level 1
Reading Apprenticeship Level 2
Math Design Collaborative
KSRA Conference
Continuing Professional Education Courses
2014-15
Meeting Schedule
Sept. 24, 2014
Oct. 29. 2014
Dec. 3, 2014
Jan. 28, 2015
Feb. 25, 2015
Mar. 25, 2015
May 6, 2015
Other Needs,
Questions,
or/and
Discussion
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