Educator Effectiveness

Barb Semrad
Barb Semrad
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Administrative Assistant - Educator Effectiveness

(262) 789-6235

WHAT IS EDUCATOR EFFECTIVENESS

SLO (STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES)

DPI'S SLO SUMMARY - JUNE 2013

INDUCTION & MENTORING PROGRAM

Jo Boardman, Mentor
Professional Learning Community Powerpoint

PDP PROCESS

List of PDP Reviewers
SDNB PDP 12/13/12 Information Session Video
SDNB PDP 12/13/12 Powerpoint
DPI Information
DPI Initial Educator Toolkit
Self-Reflection Tool/PDP Goal Approval Form/PDP Writing Form & Checklist

The Step II Professional Development Plan for each school can be found on Stoneware under My Files > Staff Resources > Educator Effectiveness.  It will be updated by the end of November each year. 

EE TEACHER LEADERSHIP GUIDING COALITION

2011-12 Research Read - MET Gathering Feedback for Teaching Brief
2011-12 Research Read - MET Learning About Teaching
2011-12 Research Read - MET Gathering Feedback for Teaching
2011-12 Research Read - MET Policy & Practice Summary
12/7/12 Value-Added Models & the Next Generation of Assessments
12/06/12 Value-Added Guiding Questions
1/7/13 - SLO DPI Process Manual

LICENSED STAFF OBSERVATION RESOURCES

Danielson's Framework for Teaching Evaluation Instrument, 2013
Danielson's FFTEI 2013 - Short Version
Danielson's FFTEI 2013 - 1 page
Teachscape Website
Lesson Plan Template
Timeline & Expectations
January 2012 DPI Overview

COOPERATING TEACHER INFORMATION

Cooperating Teacher Choices
If you would like to become a cooperating teacher, there are two choices to choose from. You can be a cooperating teacher for: 1) Field Placement Student - This is usually for 40 hours or less and can be over a semester or a condensed 2-week period. The teacher must have one-year experience as a teacher. No supervision course is required. 2) Student Teacher -
I AM INTERESTED IN BECOMING A COOPERATING TEACHER
Please complete the I-form by clicking on the sentence above.
Student Teacher Procedures
A prospective student teacher is first given a background check, then interviewed at the District level by a district administrator, the principal and the cooperating teacher. If they feel this candidate is a good fit, the placement process continues.
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR BECOMING A COOPERATING TEACHER FOR A STUDENT TEACHER?
PI 34.15(6) Wis. Admin. Code, Cooperating Teachers, requires that local school districts shall ensure cooperating teachers utilized in their clinical programs meet all of the following requirements: a. Hold a regular Wisconsin License and have volunteered for assignment as a cooperating teacher b. Have at least three years of teaching experience with at least one year of teaching experience in the school system of current employment. c. Have completed training in both the supervision of clinical students and in the applicable standards.
WHAT TRAINING SATISFIES THE DPI REQUIREMENT?
The training could involve one of the courses/workshops listed below or a supervisory component through a Master's program, leadership program, reading licensure, etc
School District of New Berlin