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State of the MCESC March 16, 2011

Welcome Back2012 2013 School YearOTES

West Branch Local Schools

Whats Teaching?http://nietbestpractices.org/OHIO/portals/0/tap%20library/articulate%20files/folder-94/document-202/player.html

T/F Pre-Assessment1. HB 153 requires that all school districts adopt a teacher evaluation policy. Answer:_______2. Fifty percent (50%) of the teaching evaluation includes student academic growth. Answer:_______3. Only limited contract teachers are required to be evaluated each year initially. Answer:_______4. The four performance levels are: ineffective, developing, accomplished, distinguished. Answer:_______5. If my students show above average growth, I am permitted to select my credentialed evaluator. Answer:_______

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HB 153 (Budget Bill) Requirements:Ohio Teacher Evaluation SystemFramework

On Nov. 15, 2011, the State Board of Education (SBOE)adopted the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) Framework.Recent legislation (HB 153) mandates that the board of education of each school district, in consultation with its teachers, adopt a standards-based teacher evaluation policy that conforms to the framework for the evaluation of teachers by July 1, 2013.HB 153 Requirements:9RequiredQ: Does the local collective bargaining agreement supersede the law?A: SB 316 states, Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in Chapter 4117, of the Revised Code, therequirements of this section prevail over any conflicting provisions of a collective bargaining agreement entered intoon or after the effect date of this amendment. So, no, the bargaining agreement does not supersede this law.

HB 153 Requirements:

Implementation begins during the 2013-14 school year. Evaluation framework must be included in future CBAs and take effect at that point. While you were sleeping!HB 153 Requirements:Framework must include (cant change):

Multiple Evaluation factors:Student Academic Growth (50%) & Teacher Performance (50%)Align with standardsRequires at least two formal observations (30 minutes each) and classroom walkthroughsProvide a written report

HB 153 Requirements:Assign a ratingValue-added data must be usedProvide PD to accelerate growth and provide support for poorly performing teachers

HB 153 Requirements:The board shall conduct an evaluation of each teacher employed by the board at least once each school year, unless an employer elects to evaluate teachers who were rated as accomplished on their most recent evaluations every two years.

Update: HB 487 Mid Biennium Review:Currently, law requires teachers to undergo two classroom observations per year. As an additional incentive, Gov. Kasich recommends teachers that obtain a top rating be given the option to submit a portfolio of accomplishment in lieu of another classroom observation.

HB 153 Requirements:Develop specific standards and criteria that distinguish between the following levels of performance for teachers and principals for the purpose of assigning ratings on the evaluations:

(a) Accomplished; (b) Proficient; (c) Developing; (d) Ineffective. HB 153 Requirements:Each policy must include procedures for using evaluation results for retention/promotion decisions and for the dismissal of poorly performing teachers.

PROHIBITS using seniority as the basis for retaining a teacher, except when deciding between comparable evaluations.Current Status50% student growth measures: Value-added plus ODE approved tests/assessments that measure mastery of the course contentmay include standardized assessments/industry examinations/end-of-course exams, local BOE approved assessments.

Pilot 139 school districts are currently piloting the OTES..looking at non-core courses for assessments.

Videos Explaining SystemPerformanceGrowth measures

OTES ComponentsTeachers with above expected levels of student growth will develop a professional growth plan and may choose their credentialed evaluator for the evaluation cycle. Teachers with expected levels of student growth will develop a professional growth plan collaboratively with the credentialed evaluator and will have input on their credentialed evaluator for the evaluation cycle.

Teachers with below expected levels of student growth will develop an improvement plan with their credentialed evaluator. The administration will assign the credentialed evaluator for the evaluation cycle and approve the improvement plan. EvaluatorsEvaluators must participate in an ODE training and be CERTIFIED to use the OTES process.(9,000 evaluators)

The course will include evaluating videotaped teachers and passing a test to be certified.T/F Post-Assessment1. HB 153 requires that all school districts adopt a teacher evaluation policy.Answer:____T___2. Fifty percent (50%) of the teaching evaluation includes student academic growth.Answer:____T___3. Only limited contract teachers are required to be evaluated each year initially. Answer:___F____4. The four performance levels are: ineffective, developing, accomplished, distinguished. Answer:___F____5. If my students show above average growth, I am permitted to select my credentialed evaluator. Answer:____T___

The Vision

The teacher matches strategies,materials, and/or pacing to studentsindividual needs, to make learning accessibleand challenging for all studentsin the classroom. The teacher effectivelyuses independent, collaborative andwhole-class instruction to supportindividual learning goals and providesvaried options for how students willdemonstrate mastery.DifferentiationAccomplished

Professionalism

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