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Teacher Evaluation Guidelines - What's Changed? What's the Same?

Since being adopted in June 2012, the teacher evaluation guidelines have seen some significant changes. This chart outlines all sections of the guidelines, and shows what has and hasn't changed.


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3 Areas of Change to the Teacher Evaluation Guidelines - Chart

This chart outlines the changes in the teacher evaluation guidelines approved by the State Board of Education on May 7, 2014, and compares them to the 'old' requirements.


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Teacher Evaluation Guidelines Changes: Promoting Better Practice

This chart outlines the changes in the teacher evaluation guidelines approved by the State Board of Education on May 7, 2014, and compares them to the 'old' requirements.


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CEA 2014 Summer Leadership Teacher Evaluation / Professional Development Session

Access materials shared during SLC in August.


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Flexibility Options In Teacher Evaluation

PEAC approved flexibility options for district Professional Development and Evaluation Committees to discuss and consider, with use beginning this year. View this recorded presentation to learn more about those options and see sample questions your PDE committee should discuss before making decisions and recommendations for changes.


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Using Standardized Indicators To Show Student Growth over Time

The teacher evaluation guidelines now prohibit any single, isolated test score from being used to show student growth for teacher evaluation. This presentation explains the requirements for using standardized assessments and provides clear examples of how teachers in state-tested and non-state tested subjects can use standardized and non-standardized indicators to show student growth over time.


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The Dispute Resolution Process

The teacher evaluation guidelines now include one example of a structure for the dispute resolution process. This presentation describes the language additions to the guidelines, and gives 3 additional examples of structures that can be mutually agreed upon by the PDEC for use in resolving disputes that arise in the teacher evaluation process.


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The Teacher Evaluation 4-Level Rating System

Changes to the teacher evaluation guidelines now stress that a teacher's evaluation should reflect progress over time in meeting goals. This presentation will describe the guidelines language change and how this promotes better practice.


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