These materials were produced with Title I, Part A funds and are in the The MI Excel Statewide Field Team at Calhoun Intermediate School District proudly recognizes our partners in this work: Eastern UP Intermediate School District Gogebic Ontonagon Intermediate School
District Muskegon Area Intermediate School District We are grateful for their willingness to share their expertise with us and the entire state. Talent Management: Evaluation Carrie Johnson, MI Excel Statewide Field Team
These materials were produced with Title I, Part A funds and are in the public domain. Dramatic Improvement in Student, Teacher, and Leader Performance in a short amount of Time. The Blueprint: Systemic Reconfiguration
Session Description The focus of talent management is adult capacity building. Evaluation assists the organization in recognizing and documenting the strengths and weaknesses of its talent base. In this session, participants will explore how to use the various pieces of data collected in the district's evaluation process to drive adult capacity building.
Blueprint districts move beyond just ratings to use the data in powerful capacity-building ways. Session Outcomes Participants will: Define Floor 2 of the Talent Management System - Evaluation; Explore various data collected in district's evaluation processes;
Discuss and practice using the data to drive adult capacity building. Current Reality Find a partner who is from a different region of the state. Discuss: How is your district currently using evaluation data to support adult capacity building of
individuals? How is your district currently using evaluation data to inform systemic needs/supports? Outcome 1: Define Floor 2 of the Talent Management System: Evaluation
Talent Management This system is concerned with finding, identifying developing, and keeping the talent required to impact student, teacher, and leader performance. Floor 2: Evaluation
Talent Management: Floor Two Evidence of Practice The district uses an evaluation system that has clearly defined standards and that combines qualitative and quantitative data from a variety of sources including school and student performance. The district effectively measures and reports teacher performance in a way that informs the other aspects of Blueprint installation. The district effectively measures and reports principal performance in a way that informs the other aspects of Blueprint installation
The districts evaluation system reflects the competencies needed to be successful in schools and assignments with the greatest need. To what extent does your current evaluation system incorporate each of these indicators? Mrs. Feldman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pn_vmp8dShA
To what extent does this clip match your experience with evaluation? Talent Management: Evaluation Teacher evaluation has historically addressed two objectives: improving performance and bringing about the dismissal of those judged as inadequate or nonproductive. These two purposes are in conflict. When the threat of criticism and/or dismissal is a possible
outcome of the evaluation, improvement is thwarted and the workers sense of security is eroded. -B. Hoglund, 2012 Which of the above purposes does your current evaluation system primarily serve? What Can We Do? IF WE CREATE A CULTURE WHERE EVERY EDUCATOR BELIEVES THEY NEED TO
IMPROVE, NOT BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT GOOD ENOUGH, BUT BECAUSE THEY CAN BE EVEN BETTER, THERE IS NO LIMIT TO WHAT WE CAN ACHIEVE. Dylan Wiliam Alignment of Policies and Procedures
1. Determine the districts purpose for evaluation. 2. Determine which tools will be used for evaluation. 3. Determine where the data collected will be housed. 4. Determine how feedback will be shared. 5. Determine training needs for staff, including calibration. 6. Determine a process for coaching and monitoring. Which of the above is a strength for your district? Area of improvement?
Evaluation Instruments Whats in your tool box? 1. Competency Inventories 2. HQI Data Collection Tools 3. Building Performance Tools (BPT) 4. Instructional Leadership Routines (coaching/monitoring) 5. State-Approved Evaluation Instrument Why isnt it enough to use only the
state-approved evaluation instrument? Outcome 2: Explore Various Data Collected in Districts Evaluation Process Quantitative vs Qualitative Data Quantitative Data: Discrete vs
Aggregate Discrete A singular set of data, or data on a specific indicator or individual that might be used to identify individual needs. Aggregate
Data from multiple sources or individuals that points to trends or group needs that are broader than what an individual needs, that might be applied to a whole group. Example: Observation data and gradebook reports indicate that formative assessment is not being used
by a 7th grade science teacher. Example: Reading workshop was implemented in a K-5 building. Based on conversations and observations, teachers are not conferring with students during independent reading. Application: Teacher is provided with a
mentor, given opportunities to observe in other classrooms, and attend an assessment workshop. Application: Building professional learning time is devoted to professional learning around conferring. Staff participates in a book study and watches videos of effective conferring and set a personal conferring
goal. Why is it important to collect multiple types of Outcome 3: Discuss and Practice Using the Data to Drive Adult Capacity Building Talent Management Dashboard
What data is housed here? Where else do you keep data you collect? To what extent is iy being used as part of the Use of Data to Drive Adult Capacity Building Make a list of the data you collect. Is it quantitative (numbers) or qualitative (words)?
Is it discrete (individual) or aggregate (group)? How is it being used to inform decisions (ie: placement, coaching, professional learning, allocation of resources)? What are your next steps in creating a system concerned with finding, identifying, developing References Blueprint Tools and Resources in the MI Excel Online Warehouse (
miexcelresourcecenter.org) Chandler, G.A. & Haun-Frank, J. (2015). The Blueprint for Systemic Reconfiguration. Michigan Department of Education Educator Evaluations at a Glance https://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/Educator_Evaluations_At-AGlance_522133_7.pdf Follow the MI Excel Statewide Field Team on Social Media Twitter - @Blueprint_SWFT
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