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DIFFERENTIATED SUPERVISION

This is the PowerPoint for the IU1 Workshop on Tuesday, December 16, 2014:



These are the guidelines for Educator Effectiveness System - Differentiated Supervision as provided by PA Department of Education:


Too often, teachers' voices are left out when new teacher evaluation systems are designed and implemented. Everyone at the Table provides materials to genuinely engage teachers and stimulate candid and respectful dialogue that gets to the heart of their perspectives on teacher evaluation.
http://www.everyoneatthetable.org/

Follow this link to helpful ideas on conducting Action Research:

http://fasdsupervision.weebly.com/uploads/2/1/2/4/21249154/action_research_guide.pdf



Here's a link to Action Research strategies:

http://fasdsupervision.weebly.com/uploads/2/1/2/4/21249154/action_research_sage.pdf




Principal Time Usage Study:

http://www.urban.org/uploadedpdf/1001441-school-effectiveness.pdf






This document correlates the Learning Focused Model and Robert Marzano's Teacher Evaluation Model:



This document correlates the Learning Focused Model and Charlotte Danielson's Evaluation Framework for Teaching:



This document correlates the Learning Focused Model and the Tennessee Teacher Evaluation Rubric:



This document correlates the Learning Focused Model and the North Carolina Teacher Evaluation Model:



This document correlates the Learning Focused Model and the Delaware Performance Appraisal System II:




These are the original two PowerPoint presentations that were used to introduce the Woodland Hills Leadership Team to the work of Charlotte Danielson relative to the framework for professional development during the 2007-2008 school year:





These are the rubrics that Charlotte Danielson offers to clarify the levels of teaching proficiency:



This is the Woodland Hills School District formative observation document that is based on the PDE 426,427, 428 which originated through the work of Charlotte Danielson Enhancing Professional Development: A framework for teaching:



This is the Woodland Hills School District walk-through observation document that is based on the PDE 426,427, 428 which originated through the work of Charlotte Danielson Enhancing Professional Development: A framework for teaching. It also includes a glossary of research-based practices:




Following a classroom observation, a principal may choose to use any of these 6 post-observation teacher conference formats:





This is the Success for All Foundation's perspective on how classroom walkthroughs should be conducted: