Teacher Evaluation

Thursday, September 6th, 2012 - Posted in Certificated Evaluation

The goal of evaluation is to provide the best possible learning experience for all students.  As partners, APT and the PUSD Board of Education developed guiding principles to support this collaborative process. Teachers and administrators continually examine, explore, and refine their practice through self-reflection, assessment of student work, feedback, collaboration, and professional development.  Administrators evaluate teacher performance and facilitate teacher growth by supporting and participating in opportunities for collaboration, observation, and innovation, as well as promoting teacher leadership.

A guidebook describing the process, and the latest versions of the related forms and reflections, is available at:

https://sites.google.com/a/piedmont.k12.ca.us/evaluation-process/

 

 

 

 

PDF versions of the Evaluation materials from September 2012

Evaluation Cover Letter

Difference Between Old & New Systems

APT Contract – Article XIX – Employee Evaluation

Rubric for Teacher Evaluation

Components of Teacher Evaluation

Goal Setting Conference Agreement

Piedmont Standards for the Teaching Profession

Teacher Self-Assessment

Teacher-Librarian Self-Assessment

Site Technology Coordinator Standards

Pre- Conference Questions

Post-Conference Questions

Peer Observation Reflection

K-1 Student Survey

Grades 2-5 Student Survey

Grades 6-12 Student Survey (use online Google Doc version)

Reflection on Student Surveys

Parent Survey – Classroom Teacher (use online Google Doc version http://goo.gl/ndrW3 )

Parent Survey of Elementary Counselors (use online Google Doc version)

Parent Survey of Case Managers (use online Google Doc version)

Reflection on Parent Surveys

Student Data Reflection Process

Student Data Reflection Form

Teacher Evaluation Report

TEAM Support Systems

TEAM Reflections on Individual Growth

TEAM Individual Growth Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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