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EDUCATOR
EFFECTIVENESS:
An Orientation for Teachers
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The purpose of the Wisconsin
Educator Effectiveness System is to
help educators grow as professionals
in order to increase student learning.
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The Educator Effectiveness System in
Wisconsin
• DPI has established minimum expectations for
educator evaluation.
• Districts have the authority to add to the
system requirements but cannot do less (i.e. A
district could require 2 SLOs each year)
• There are aspects of the EE System that are
left to local discretion (Which educators fit the
definition of teacher?)
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Who is in Which Year of the Cycle?
Supporting Year 1?
Supporting Year2?
Summary Year?
Educators not in the system?
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Continuous Improvement Using
Multiple Measures
Practice
Outcomes
Changing Our Thinking…
TRADITIONAL EVALUATION
• If you are good at
something, it isn’t hard
• You set goals to
“demonstrate” your
strengths and abilities
• Struggles or challenges
demonstrate weakness
WI EE
• The path to mastery is hard
• Educators set goals to focus their
improvement efforts
• From the most novice to the most
expert, everyone can improve
some aspect of their practice
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THE EFFECTIVENESS
CYCLE
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First year, and every third year after
MULTIPLE
MEASURES
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Balancing Multiple Measures
One Summary
based on
evidence of
Educator
Practice
One Summary
based on
evidence of
Student
Outcomes
Educator Practice
The Educator Practice Summary is comprised of
scores for each of the components in the
Danielson Framework for Teaching.
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Teacher Observations
The Announced Observation and 2 minis must occur
in the Summary Year
Collecting Evidence of Practice
Observations
Artifacts
• Typically Domains 2 & 3
• Evidence acquired during
announced and miniobservations
• Evaluator documents and
uploads evidence of
practice from the
announced and
unannounced observations
• Typically Domains 1 & 4
• Some are mandated (forms
that must be completed in
Teachscape such as the EEP,
Self-Review, Pre and Post
Observation Forms (etc.)
• Others can be uploaded by
educator or evaluator
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What is an Artifact?
• A source of evidence, especially to document
effectiveness of components in Domains 1 and 4
• Some artifacts will provide evidence for multiple
components
• Evaluators will use the rubric to identify the
performance level that best matches the
evidence of practice within the artifact that has
been uploaded
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A Few Considerations…
• Is there value in aligning some of your artifacts
(Unit plan and/or lesson plan that lead to the
lesson you teach when you are observed) and
a self-reflection of the lesson afterward).
• When does an artifact become evidence? If I
upload a certificate from a workshop…what
does it prove? Consider the value of a short
reflection to give meaning to an artifact.
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Outcomes
Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)
• 1 SLO
• Educator self-approves and scores in all
years.
• The SLO is part of the Educator
Effectiveness Plan
Creating the SLO Score
• Educators self-scores his/her SLO annually
using the Revised SLO Scoring Rubric.
• The rubric contains 2 criteria: one related to
results (Did students meet the goals you set?)
and one related to process (Did you engage
fully in the SLO process?).
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• Using the Revised SLO Scoring Rubric, the
evaluator will assign a holistic score
(based on a 1-4 scale) after considering
all SLOs.
• Score is based on the preponderance of
evidence from documentation.
In the typical, 3 year Effectiveness Cycle, the educator will have
three SLO processes that inform the final holistic score:
Educators in the Summary Year (our first official year of
implementation) will only have one SLO process that informs
the final holistic score at the end of the 14-15 year:
Turn and Talk
• What have you heard that’s new?
• What questions do you still have?
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SUMMARIZING THE
EFFECTIVENESS
CYCLE
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Final Effectiveness Summary
• At the conclusion of the Summary Year, the
evaluator determines a score for each
Danielson component and also determines
one holistic SLO score.
Reporting Scores
The component scores (practice) and the holistic
SLO score (outcome) are uploaded by
Teachscape to DPI’s WISEdash secure, where
only the educator and his or her administrators
will be able to view the results.
Final Effectiveness Summary
• The scores for the components are combined to
result in a final Educator Practices Summary.
• The holistic SLO score and the
Reading/Graduation Rate score are combined to
result in a final Student Outcomes Summary.
• These scores will be visible to the educator and
his/her evaluator in WISEdash secure.
Practice Summary
Teachers:
• Component scores averaged = Domain Summary
• Domain Summaries averaged = Practice Summary
Student Outcomes Summary
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Individual measure scores weighted proportionally
Weighted scores added together
Summary rounded to nearest decimal on scale of 1-4
Example:
TEACHER
SLO = 3.0 x .95 = 2.85
Value-Added = NA until sometime after 2017-18
School-wide Reading = 3.0 x .05 = .15
OUTCOME SUMMARY = 2.85 + .15 = 3.0
Effectiveness Summary Graph
Summary Year Overview and Timeline
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Turn and Talk
• What are the similarities and differences
between the Supporting Years and the
Summary Year?
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Introducing….
• Our Educator Effectiveness Coaches!!
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Local Talking Points
Has your district discussed:
• setting parameters for the number of artifacts an
educator may upload or whether certain artifacts will
be mandatory?
• the number of mini-observations (mandated range is 35) and whether or not one or more will happen in the
Supporting Years?
• whether teachers will be directed to write Student
Learning Objectives that align to school or district
goals?
• Whether teachers will be asked to align their artifacts
(that complete lesson plans be uploaded for the lesson
in the Formal Observation)?
• what the peer review process for those in years 1 & 2
will look like?
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What is Next?
• View the first Module for Step 4
• Attend additional Teachscape training
opportunities
• Complete “Beginning of the Year” activities
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CESA #4
Educator Effectiveness Support
Billie Finco
Sherri Torkelson
608-786-4830
[email protected]
608-786-4855
[email protected]
Want to get all the latest information and updates or just
ask a question? Join the CESA #4 Educator Effectiveness
Google+ Community:
http://bit.ly/CESA4EE
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For more information and resources related to
the Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness System,
please visit the WIEE website at:
ee.dpi.wi.gov
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