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Title: Overview of the New Massachusetts Educator Evaluation Framework


1
Overview of the New Massachusetts Educator
Evaluation Framework
  • Opening Day Presentation
  • August 26, 2013

2
Five Step Evaluation Cycle
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Revised 10/15/2011
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and
Secondary Education
3
All evaluations are based on a 5-step cycle
  • Self-Assessment
  • Alone and in teams educators reflect on and
    assess their professional practice, analyze the
    learning, growth, and achievement of their
    students, and prepare to propose goals for their
    Educator Plan.
  • Analysis, Goal Setting, and Plan Development
  • Educators meet with their evaluators to review
    self-assessments, jointly analyze students
    learning, and develop team and/or individual
    goals and a plan that encompass both practice and
    student learning.
  • Implementation of the Plan
  • Educators implement the action steps outlined in
    their plan and engage in professional development
    and support needed to be successful. Educator and
    evaluator collect evidence regarding practice and
    student learning to inform progress.
  • Formative Assessment/Evaluation
  • Evaluator and educator review educators
    progress toward goals and/or performance against
    standards. Evaluator issues formative performance
    ratings.
  • Summative Evaluation
  • Evaluator assesses the educators performance
    against the standards, attainment of student
    learning goals, and attainment of professional
    practice goals. Evaluator determines overall
    summative rating using the 4-point rating scale
    and student learning impact rating using the
    3-point scale.

3
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and
Secondary Education
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The framework establishes four standards of
practice, with supporting rubrics defining four
levels of effectiveness
Principals Administrators Teachers
Instructional Leadership Management and Operations Family Community Partnerships Professional Culture Curriculum, Planning Assessment Teaching All Students Family Community Engagement Professional Culture
4

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and
Secondary Education

5
4 Standards and Indicators of Effective Teaching Practice 4 Standards and Indicators of Effective Teaching Practice 4 Standards and Indicators of Effective Teaching Practice 4 Standards and Indicators of Effective Teaching Practice
I. Curriculum, Planning, Assessment II. Teaching All Students III. Family Community Engagement IV. Professional Culture
Curriculum and Planning B. Assessment C. Analysis Instruction Learning Environment Cultural Proficiency D. Expectations Engagement B. Collaboration C. Communication Reflection B. Professional Growth C. Collaboration D. Decision-making E. Shared Responsibility F. Professional Responsibilities
5
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Educators are rated on each standard based on
evidence from the following sources
  • Judgments based on the evaluators observations
    (at least one unannounced) and review of
    artifacts of professional practice
  • Multiple measures of student learning, growth,
    and achievement
  • Classroom assessments aligned with the MA
    Curriculum Frameworks comparable within grades or
    subjects in school
  • Student progress on learning goals set between
    the educator and evaluator
  • State-wide growth measure(s) where available
    including MCAS Student Growth Percentile and MEPA
    gains
  • District-determined measures comparable across
    grade or subject district-wide
  • Collection of additional evidence that informs
    performance on the standards, including feedback
    from students and staff, and, possibly, parents

6
Revised 10/15/2011
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and
Secondary Education
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Educators earn two separate ratings
Summative Rating Exemplary 1-YEAR SELF-DIRECTED GROWTH PLAN 2-YEAR SELF-DIRECTED GROWTH PLAN 2-YEAR SELF-DIRECTED GROWTH PLAN
Summative Rating Proficient 1-YEAR SELF-DIRECTED GROWTH PLAN 2-YEAR SELF-DIRECTED GROWTH PLAN 2-YEAR SELF-DIRECTED GROWTH PLAN
Summative Rating Needs Improvement DIRECTED GROWTH PLAN DIRECTED GROWTH PLAN DIRECTED GROWTH PLAN
Summative Rating Unsatisfactory IMPROVEMENT PLAN IMPROVEMENT PLAN IMPROVEMENT PLAN
Low Moderate High
Rating of Impact on Student Learning (multiple measures of performance, including MCAS Student Growth Percentile and MEPA where available) Rating of Impact on Student Learning (multiple measures of performance, including MCAS Student Growth Percentile and MEPA where available) Rating of Impact on Student Learning (multiple measures of performance, including MCAS Student Growth Percentile and MEPA where available)
7
Districts are required to determine how to
recognize and reward educators whose summative
rating is exemplary and rating of impact on
student learning is high or moderate
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and
Secondary Education
Revised 10/15/2011
8
Types of Plans
  • Developing Educator Plan One school year or
    less, developed by the educator and evaluator
    for
  • Administrators in the first three years in a
    district
  • Teachers without Professional Teacher status
  • Educators in a new assignment (at the discretion
    of the evaluator)
  • Self-Directed Growth Plan Developed by the
    educator for
  • Experienced educators rated proficient or
    exemplary with moderate or high rating for impact
    on student learning (two-year plan)
  • Experienced educators rated proficient or
    exemplary with low rating for impact on student
    learning, with goals focused on the inconsistency
    and supervisor review (one-year plan)
  • Directed Growth Plan One school year or less
    developed by the educator and the evaluator for
  • Educators who are in need of improvement
  • Improvement Plan At least 30 calendar days and
    no more than one school year, developed by the
    evaluator for
  • Educators who are rated unsatisfactory, with
    goals specific to improving the educators
    unsatisfactory performance

8
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and
Secondary Education
Revised 10/15/2011
9
EVALUATION CALENDAR (One-Year Plans) EVALUATION CALENDAR (One-Year Plans) EVALUATION CALENDAR (One-Year Plans)
Activity Completed By (School day number) School Calendar Dates (2012-2013 Dates used as example)
Superintendent, principal or designee meets with evaluators and educators to explain evaluation process 15th school day September 19
Evaluator meets with first-year educators to assist in self-assessment and goal setting process Educator submits self-assessment and proposed goals 25th October 3
Evaluator meets with Educators in teams or individually to establish Educator Plans (Educator Plan may be established at Summative Evaluation Report meeting in prior school year) 35th October 18
Evaluator completes Educator Plans 45th November 1
Evaluator should complete first observation of each Educator 55th November 19
Educator submits evidence on parent outreach, professional growth, progress on goals (and other standards, if desired) or four weeks before Formative Assessment Report date established by Evaluator 80th January 4
Evaluator should complete mid-cycle Formative Assessment Reports for Educators on one-year Educator Plans 100th February 4
Evaluator holds Formative Assessment Meetings if requested by either Evaluator or Educator 110th February 25
Educator submits evidence on parent outreach, professional growth, progress on goals (and other standards, if desired) or 4 weeks prior to Summative Evaluation Report date established by evaluator 130th March 25
Evaluator completes remaining required observations of each Educator 140th April 9
Evaluator completes Summative Evaluation Report 150th April 30
Evaluator meets with Educators whose overall Summative Evaluation ratings are Needs Improvement or Unsatisfactory 160th May 14

May 29
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Evaluator meets with Educators whose ratings are proficient or exemplary at request of Evaluator or Educator 170th May 29
Educator signs Summative Evaluation Report and adds response, if any within 5 school days of receipt 170th May 29
Educators with PTS on Two Year Plans
Activity Completed By
Evaluator completes unannounced observations) Any time during the 2-year evaluation cycle
Evaluator completes Formative Evaluation Report June 1 of Year 1
Evaluator conducts Formative Evaluation Meeting, if any June 1 of Year 1
Evaluator completes Summative Evaluation Report 150th day of Year 2
Evaluator conducts Summative Evaluation Meeting, if any 170th day of Year 2
Evaluator and Educator sign Summative Evaluation Report 170th day of Year 2
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Next Steps
  • Become familiar with the new Teacher Evaluation
    contract language
  • Full day professional development
  • September 20th at Middle School to do
    self-assessment and develop Smart Goals
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