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Title: Principal Evaluation System


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Alabama Professional Education Personnel Evaluatio
n Program
Principal Evaluation System
August 2002
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Principal Evaluation System
  • 13 Knowledge/Skill Areas

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Principal Evaluation System
  • Scoring
  • 4-point rating scale with rationale statements
    (rubrics)
  • Holistic scoring cross-cutting 13
    knowledge/skill areas
  • Evaluators
  • Trained in conducting evaluations
  • Must meet reliability standards
  • Principals
  • Evaluation content varies with years of
    experience in position
  • Evaluation process is same for all

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Principal Evaluation System
  • Instrumentation/Data Sources
  • Summary Report Sources
  • Optional Instrumentation

1. Self-Assessment Form (completed by
principal, but not considered in
evaluation scoring)
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Principal Evaluation System
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How the Principal Evaluation System Works
Self Assmnt
Scores
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Principal Evaluation System
  • Steps in Evaluation Process

1. Orientation (LEA responsibility)
2. Self-assessment (principal)
3. Prepare portfolio (principal)
4. Distribute and analyze surveys (principal)
5. Supervisor Review Form - (evaluator/supervisor
)
6. Conduct observation (evaluator)
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Principal Evaluation System
  • Steps in Evaluation Process (cont.)

7. Review portfolio (evaluator)
8. Conduct interviews (evaluator/principal )
9. Prepare Evaluation Summary Report
(evaluator)
10. Summary conference and PDP
(evaluator/principal)
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Self Assessment
10
Interviews
11
Structured Interviews
12
Structured Interviews (cont.)
13
The Clarifying Interview
14
The Supervisors Review Form
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The Principal Portfolio
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The Principal Portfolio
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The Principal Portfolio
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The Principal Portfolio
Knowledge Skill Area
Evidence
Communication
3 pieces of written communication


Collaboration
3 artifacts (documents, tapes, etc.)



Assessment/Evaluation

2 teacher evaluation files

1 document/disk synthesizing and presenting
student achievement results
1 document related to program evaluation

Organizing for Results
2 documents/artifacts representing marketing
knowledge/skills, customer focus and/or change
efforts


1
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The Principal Portfolio
Knowledge Skill Area
Evidence
Planning
School improvement planning efforts


1 other document/artifact

Laws/Policies
2 artifacts/documents


Problem Solving
2 artifacts/documents



Innovation

2 artifacts/documents
School Operations/Management

2 artifacts/documents

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The Principal Portfolio
Knowledge Skill Area
Evidence

Fiscal Management/Leadership

Budget and expenditures report
(most recent)

1 other artifact/document
Leadership of Human Resources
2 artifacts/documents


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Surveys
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Surveys (cont.)
23
Management Observation
24
Scoring
25
Evaluation Summary Report
26
Professional Development Plan
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Professional Development Plan Goals/Objectives
Goals and objectives are statements of the
outcomes desired, the ends to be accomplished
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Professional Development Plan Goals/Objectives
Goals are time related tend to be long-range,
spanning a full academic year
May include desired outcomes in cognitive,
affective, and developmental areas
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Professional Development Plan Goals/Objectives
Objectives tend to be of shorter duration, may be
accomplished in varying time spans, depending
upon nature and complexity
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Professional Development Plan Goals/Objectives
Types of Objectives
  • Specific learning task, particular knowledge to
    be acquired or enhanced
  • Specific skill to be developed or enhanced
  • Product to be produced (a written plan for
    assessing progress detailed program plans
    activity chart, etc.)
  • Student achievement/program improvement progress
    targets
  • Professional service to be rendered to assist or
    improve the school system/faculty/school related
    organization, etc.

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Professional Development Plan Activities
Activities
Activities are the means to accomplish
goals/objectives identified or selected
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Professional Development Plan Benefits
Criteria Assessment and Benefits Section
1. Evidence of degree of accomplishment of
objective(s)
  • Written statement
  • Materials/products appended to PDP Form

2. Description of efforts/activities pursued in
attempting to accomplish the stated objective(s)
3. Description of benefits accrued to the
educator, students, faculty, school, and school
system as appropriate
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Professional Development Plan Comments
Evaluator Comments Section
1. Statement of concurrence or non-concurrence
with assertions of educator in assessment and
benefits section
2. Reason for concurrence or non-concurrence
3. Commendation statement when appropriate
4. Next steps
Develop new PDP for ensuing year, amend and carry
over present PDP,etc.
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