Data Component

Teachers are evaluated based on a point system that draws from multiple components. Half of the total points are derived from the scoring by the administrator and the other half is drawn from data sources. Please find below an explanation of each part of the data scoring process.

Data- The First 50%

5%- State Tests (Meap, MME)

10%- Professional Responsibilities

Guidelines for 30 Hours of Extracurricular Time:

*Cannot be financially compensated with the exception of SIT committee members who will receive prorated credit

*Must benefit students

*Must contribute to the development of the department grade level, school, district or promote community relations.

*Webinars, PLC time, and extra curricular participation counts toward this requirement

15%- Local Assessments (TBD)

20%- National Assessments (Nwea)

NWEA.

In comparison to 2011 Norm reference chart for expected growth- If your class average is 100% or more of the norm average growth you are HIGHLY EFFECTIVE.

If your class average is 95%-99.9% of the norm average growth you are EFFECTIVE.

If your class average is 90%-94.9% of the norm average growth you are MINIMALLY EFFECTIVE.

If your class average is below 90% of the norm average growth you are INEFFECTIVE.

Local Assessment

-If your class average is 100% or more of the grade level or department average growth or exceeds the target proficiency goal (greater than 70%) you are HIGHLY EFFECTIVE.

-If your class average is 95%-99.9% of the grade level or department average growth or students exceed the target proficiency goal (66%-70%) you are EFFECTIVE.

-If your class average is 90-94.9% of the grade level or department average growth or students exceed the target (62%-65.9%) proficiency goal you are MINIMALLY EFFECTIVE.

-If your class average is less than 90% of the grade level or department average growth (less than 62%) you are INEFFECTIVE

MEAP/ACT 

-If your class average is 100% or more of the state average or your students meet or exceed the state proficiency target or the annual measurable objective (AMO) in the content area you are HIGHLY EFFECTIVE. 

-If your class average is 95%-99.9% of the state average or your students are within 95%-99.9 of the state proficiency target or 95%-99.9% of the state annual measurable objective (AMO) in the content area you are EFFECTIVE.

-If your class average is 90%-94.9% of the state average or your students are within 90%-94.9% of the state proficiency target or 90%-94.9% of the state annual measurable objective (AMO) in the content area you are MINIMALLY EFFECTIVE.

-If your class average is below 90% of the state average you are INEFFECTIVE.

Administrator Portion- The Other 50%

Drawn from the scoring of the Danielson rubric domains and the completion of the menu choice. You may view your scores on the Teachscape website. 

10%- Planning for Learning

10%- Classroom Environment

10%- Teacher Instruction

10%- Professional Responsibilities, Conduct

10%- Menu Choice (Peer to Peer, Lesson Study, etc.) or Portfolio