Update on Educator
Effectiveness
August 2012
Agenda
• Setting the Context
• Educator Effectiveness Model
• Timeline for Implementation of Model
• Measures of Student Learning
• Communication
Focusing on the “Why”
NC is implementing a new curriculum, new assessments, new
technology tools to improve instruction, new ways of engaging
students, and the list goes on
So why is the State focusing on educator
effectiveness in the face of so many other
changes?
Because all our efforts in other areas depend on an effective
teacher in every classroom and an effective leader in every school
building
Components of the Model
Results of
Observations
Assessments
to Measure Growth
End of Grade
End of Course
VoCATs
MSLs
Standards 1-7
Standard 8
End of
of Grade
Grade
End
End of
of Grade
Course
End
Course
VoCATs
EndVoCATs
of Course
MSLs
VoCATs
MSLs
Standards 1-5
Standard 6
The Tools We
Need:
 Observation

Tools
 Assessments to

Measure
Growth
 Student Survey
Possible use of
Tripod Survey
pending SBE
decision
Educator Effectiveness Model
Educator Effectiveness Model
• Standard Six ratings are determined using student
growth data from all subjects and grades a teacher
has taught over three years
• Three years of data can come from multiple
schools or LEAs
• Any student who has not been enrolled for 140
days (or 70 days on a block schedule) is excluded
from growth calculations
Timeline for Implementation
• Year One of the three year cycle is 2012 –
2013 for:
– Teachers who administer End-of-Grade or Endof-Course assessments
– Teachers who administer Career and Technical
Education Post-Assessments
– Teachers who administer the Measures of
Student Learning
Timeline for Implementation
• Year One of the three year cycle is 2013 –
2014 for:
– Arts teachers
– World Languages teachers
– Healthful Living teachers
– Extended Content Standards teachers
– K-3 teachers
Timeline for Implementation
• Sixth standard ratings and one-page
summary sheets available in EVAAS in midSeptember
• EVAAS accounts for all teachers in 2012 2013
• Sixth standard ratings also back-populate
into NCEES
Measures of Student Learning
Why have statewide Measures of Student
Learning?
1. North Carolina has a statewide evaluation system to ensure
that every teacher receives a fair and consistent evaluation,
regardless of his or her employing LEA
2. Teachers in all content areas should receive a Standard Six
rating based on the growth of their own students on their
content-specific standards
3. Most LEAs do not have the capacity to design their own
assessments for all non state-tested grades and subjects
Measures of Student Learning
• Intended to gather growth data for every
teacher, not to assess every student on
every content area
• Local flexibility in when, how, and who
administers
• Designed by 1,000 NC teachers
• Replace final exams in high school courses
Communication
• Training on the Educator Evaluation System
should include Standard Six and the
Measures of Student Learning
• Members of LEA leadership teams need to
partner on implementation and
communication around educator
effectiveness
More Information
• Email [email protected]
• www.ncpublicschools.org/educatoreffect /
(website launches August 10)
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