1 Improving teaching, leading and learning T e x a s P r i n c i p a l E va l u a t i o n S y s t e m Principal Appraisal Overview
2 Design and Development a collaborative effort McREL International Texas Education Agency Texas Professional Education Leadership Steering Committee 2
3 Session Outcomes Practical understanding of, the rubric used to support and appraise Texas school-level leaders. the annual process used to appraise school-level leaders. the roles and responsibilities of school-leaders to actively participate in the appraisal process Effective use of the Texas Principal Evaluation rubric, forms, and tools.
4 WHY APPRAISE PRINCIPALS?
5 Primary Purposes TEA Steering Committee Priorities Principal Evaluation and Support Personify Continuous Growth & Improvement Guide Self-reflection Inform Professional Development Improve Leadership Quality
6 Discuss Purposes Keeping these stated purposes in mind, discuss the following question with your small group: How does adopting the Texas Principal Evaluation System align with our school district s beliefs, assumptions, and philosophies about principal evaluation?
7 Your role in the effective use and implementation EVALUATION PROCESS
8 Evaluation System Process Orientation Final Evaluation Goal Setting Selfassessment Goal Setting End-of-year Performance Discussion Preevaluation Conference Consolidated Performance Assessment Mid-year Evaluation Meeting
9 Principal (Appraisee) Expectations 1. Know and understand the Principal Leadership Responsibilities. 2. Understand the Texas Principal Evaluation System. 3. Prepare for and fully participate in each component of evaluation process. 4. Gather data, artifacts, and/or evidence to demonstrate performance in relation to leadership responsibilities and progress in attaining goals. 5. Develop and implement strategies to improve personal performance/attain goals in areas individually or collaboratively identified.
10 Appraiser Expectations 1. Know and understand the Principal Leadership Responsibilities. 2. Participate in training to understand and implement the Texas Principal Evaluation System. 3. Supervise the process and ensure that all steps are conducted according to Texas Principal Evaluation System. 4. Identify the principal s strengths and areas for improvement and make recommendations for improving performance. 5. Ensure the Summary Rating Form contains accurate information and fairly reflects performance. 6. Assist in the development of and supervise the implementation of professional development plans.
11 Why Principal Evaluation? BECAUSE LEADERSHIP MATTERS!
12 McREL s meta-analyses examined decades of quantitative research on: Teaching Schooling Leadership
13 Meta-Analysis of Leadership Quantitative Data Standardized Test Scores Dependent Variable was Student Achievement Independent Variable was Teacher Perceptions of Leadership
14 Finding What Leaders should know and be able to do 21 leadership responsibilities 66 leadership practices All correlated to student achievement Each correlation is statistically significant
15 21 Leadership Responsibilities Affirmation Change Agent Communication Contingent Rewards Culture Discipline Flexibility Focus Ideals & Beliefs Input Intellectual Stimulation Involvement with CIA* Knowledge of CIA* Monitor & Evaluate Optimize Order Outreach Relationships Resources Situational Awareness Visibility *Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
16 Activity Learning the Leadership Responsibilities Using the cards Consider each leadership responsibility. Match each responsibility with its corresponding description.
17 Activity Learning the Leadership Practices Using the cards Consider each responsibility and the corresponding description Match those with the leadership practices
18 Reflect What surprises you about the leadership responsibilities and practices? What questions do the responsibilities and practices raise for you? Share with your group.
19 Debrief 21 Leadership Responsibilities Affirmation Change Agent Communication Contingent Reward Culture Discipline Flexibility Focus Ideals & Beliefs Input Intellectual Stimulation Involvement with CIA* Knowledge of CIA* Monitor & Evaluate Optimize Order Outreach Relationships Resources Situational Awareness Visibility *Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
20 Standards Rubric Scoring Evidence RUBRIC
21 Performance Standards Texas Principal Evaluation Standard 1 Instructional Leadership Standard 2 Human Capital Standard 3 Executive Leadership Standard 4 School Culture Standard 5 Strategic Operations
22 Texas Principal Standards Standard 1 Instructional Leadership: The principal is responsible for ensuring every student receives high-quality instruction. 1a. Rigorous and aligned curriculum and assessment The principal implements rigorous curricula and assessments aligned with state standards, including college and career readiness standards 1b. Effective instructional practices The principal develops highquality instructional practices among teachers that improve student performance 1c. Data-driven instruction and interventions The principal monitors multiple forms of student data to inform instructional and intervention decisions and to close the achievement gap 1d. Maximize learning for all students The principal ensures that effective instruction maximizes growth of individual students and student groups, supports equity, and eliminates the achievement gap
23 Performance Standard Performance Rubric Texas Principal Evaluation Indicator Rating Performance Descriptors
24 Performance Rating Scale Distinguished Accomplished Proficient Developing Not Demonstrated Needs Improvement Principal consistently and significantly exceeded proficiency on standard(s) of performance. Direct comment is required. Principal exceeded proficiency on standard(s) of performance most of the time. Principal demonstrated competent performance on the standard. Principal demonstrated adequate growth toward achieving standard(s) during the period of performance, but did not demonstrate proficiency on standard(s) of performance. Principal did not demonstrate the competence on achieving standard(s) of performance. Direct comment is required.
25 Scoring the Rubric Standard 1 Instructional Leadership: The principal is responsible for ensuring every student receives high-quality instruction. Indicator 1A: The principal ensures implementation of state and district curricula and assessments aligned with state standards, including college and career readiness standards. Distinguished Accomplished Proficient Developing Makes significant and noteworthy contributions toward helping the school district adopt, adapt, or design rigorous research-based curriculum aligned with state standards Monitors the fidelity of curriculum implementation Collaborates with building leadership team to accurately analyze data sources to strengthen implementation of the approved curriculum and the alignment with state standards Has a clearly defined plan for implementing the district approved curriculum Actively initiates activities and opportunities for teachers and staff to evaluate the implementation of the approved curriculum. Understands and is knowledgeable of the district approved curriculum and its alignment to the state standards. Not Demonstrated Needs Improvement Comment Required: Makes significant and noteworthy contributions toward helping the school district adopt, adapt, or design rigorous research-based assessments (both formative and summative) that support the approved curriculum and improve student learning outcomes.. Ensures the approved curriculum is assessed using formative and summative assessments that are focused on maximizing learning for all students across all grades and content areas Actively initiates activities and opportunities for teachers and staff to provide a comprehensive analysis of formative and summative assessment data and the impact on student achievement Understands and is knowledgeable of assessment (formative & summative) practices and issues and the influence on student learning Evaluator Comments: and and and
26 Scoring Example Targeting Growth Standard 1 Instructional Leadership: The principal is responsible for ensuring every student receives high-quality instruction. Indicator 1A: The principal ensures implementation of state and district curricula and assessments aligned with state standards, including college and career readiness standards. Distinguished Accomplished Proficient Developing Makes significant and noteworthy contributions toward helping the school district adopt, adapt, or design rigorous research-based curriculum aligned with state standards Monitors the fidelity of curriculum implementation Collaborates with building leadership team to accurately analyze data sources to strengthen implementation of the approved curriculum and the alignment with state standards Has a clearly defined plan for implementing the district approved curriculum Actively initiates activities and opportunities for teachers and staff to evaluate the implementation of the approved curriculum. Understands and is knowledgeable of the district approved curriculum and its alignment to the state standards. Not Demonstrated Needs Improvement Comment Required: Makes significant and noteworthy contributions toward helping the school district adopt, adapt, or design rigorous research-based assessments (both formative and summative) that support the approved curriculum and improve student learning outcomes.... and Ensures the approved curriculum is assessed using formative and summative assessments that are focused on maximizing learning for all students across all grades and content areas Goal/Growth... and Opportunity Actively initiates activities and opportunities for teachers and staff to provide a comprehensive analysis of formative and summative assessment data and the impact on student achievement and Understands and is knowledgeable of assessment (formative & summative) practices and issues and the influence on student learning Evaluator Comments:
27 Artifacts and Evidence Artifacts/Evidence support the principal s work toward fulfilling individual and organizational goals emphasizing the use of research-based practices.
28 Activity Unpacking the Rubric In groups of 2-4, Select at least one of the indicators that support the standard Analyze the rubric, Focus on the specific descriptors and how the rubric progresses from Developing to Distinguished. What does Proficient look like? What artifacts/evidence would support a rating of Proficient? Connect the research to the rubric, What Leadership Responsibilities can you identify that might support your selected indicator?
29 Debrief Rubric Each team take 3 minutes to review their individual group discussion with the whole group.
30 Implement with quality, fidelity, intensity, and consistency THE EVALUATION PROCESS
31 Texas Principal Evaluation Process Systematic delivery model Orientation Final Evaluation Goal Setting Selfassessment Goal Setting End-of-year Performance Discussion Preevaluation Conference Consolidated Performance Assessment Mid-year Evaluation Meeting
32 Orientation Purpose: To clarify the expectations and process for the Texas Principal Evaluation System. Principals will receive a complete set of materials required to meet evaluation expectations. Principals will understand: 1. The evaluation system 2. How performance will be measured 3. How to use the associated materials 4. Timeline required for use of the system 5. Preparation for goal setting
33 Self-assessment Purpose: To reflect on past performance, feedback from supervisors and colleagues and benchmark performance against the criteria in the evaluation rubric. Each Appraisee will complete a self-assessment. This self-assessment will provide a foundation for collegial and professional conversations between the Appraisee and their Appraiser. The self-assessment provides the basis for goal setting and performance improvement plans.
34 Self-assessment Activity Consider your Campus Improvement Plan. Select one Standard that you believe addresses some aspect of your Campus Improvement plan and begin your self-assessment using this standard. Keep in mind what artifacts and evidence you might produce that would support your ratings. Identify a target (indicator) from your selfassessment of that standard that might be an opportunity for you to set a performance goal. Consider how that opportunity would align to one of your Campus Improvement Plan priorities.
35 Goal Setting Purpose: To consider past performance and current selfassessment in setting manageable, meaningful and measurable performance goals. Using either the evaluation software or paper/pencil version, each school-level leader will draft performance improvement goals. The goals will be based on past performance, the selfassessment, and collaboration with the evaluator. Goals should be directly linked to improving leadership performance and strategically tied to fulfillment of the schools improvement plan and priorities.
36 Performance Goal Setting Form Goal: Leadership Standard(s) and Indicator(s) to be Addressed Appraiser Comments: Principal Signature: Appraiser Signature: State your goal here. Strategies What and rubric Actions standards Expected List Measurable the or key steps How Timeline will for you measure Outcomes Achieving Goal indicators are related you to need your to do to your goal attainment? List accomplishing the accomplish stated goal? the goal. the outcomes relevant to List those here. goal attainment. What is the timeline List for any when materials, the resources, or goal should be completed? special support Are you are dependent there deadlines for particular upon to complete steps? your goal. Additional comments, special conditions, or expectations pertaining to the goal It is important that both the appraiser and the principal discuss and agree to the nature and expectation of the goal. Date: Date: Resources Needed
37 Activity Goal-Setting Process Using the Goal Setting Form, begin to draft one (1) goal based on the result of your self-assessment Consider you Campus Improvement Plan priorities and align your performance goal with your selfassessment Think about the strategies and tactics you will use to operationalize your goal. You might want to consider several of McREL s Leadership Responsibilities when formulating strategies.
38 Mid-year Progress Purpose: Collaborative and collegial dialogue between the principal and the supervisor to discuss progress toward individual goal attainment. 1. Review evidence of performance relating directly to the goal. 2. Identify potential additional support that may be needed to accomplish the goal. 3. Determine progress toward goal attainment. 4. Make any adjustments to the Goal Setting Form. 5. Discuss what data, artifacts and other evidence might be appropriate.
39 Mid-year Progress Form
40 Consolidated Assessment Purpose: The Principal will synthesize the information in preparation for a consolidated assessment and review of performance throughout the year. A brief summary of the artifacts and data should be provided to the evaluator in advance of the End-of-year Performance Meeting. The Evaluator should; 1. Review the consolidated performance assessment. 2. Determine goal attainment. 3. Complete the Summary Rating Form.
41 Summary Rating
42 End-of-year Performance Purpose: To finalize the annual evaluation process of the principal. It is recommended that this meeting be conducted at the school. This meeting is to reflect back on the selfassessment, review the consolidated performance assessment and the appraiser s Summary Ratings. Should any additional information be necessary for consideration in finalizing summary ratings, the principal will have immediate access. Summary Rating Form is completed and signed by the principal and appraiser.
43 Final Evaluation Goal-setting Meeting The principal and evaluator will generate goals, and a plan for accomplishing the goals that are based on the summary ratings from the previous year
44 End-of-year: Goal Attainment Form
45 Purpose of the Pilot Does the rubric measure principal performance appropriately? Is the rubric, goal-setting, and overall process informative & effective? Evaluate the psychometric properties of the rubric Effectiveness of the wording of the descriptors Effectiveness of the descriptors to measure the standards Appropriate level of difficulty of the descriptors Consistency of responses, ratings, & measurements Cumulative/additive scoring for all descriptors
46 Data Collected Principal Evaluation (via Rubric) Principal self-assessment Mid-Year Review End-Year Review Summary Rating Form Professional Development Plan Initial Goal-Setting Form Mid-Year Goal Progress Form End-Year Goal Progress Form Focus Groups/Participant Feedback
47 Timeline Beginning Mid-Year End of Year August October February May 1 st : Distribution of Materials 1 st : (Deadline) Principal Self- Assessment & Initial Goal-Setting Form 1 st : (Deadline) Mid-Year Review 1 st : (Deadline) End-Year Review & Summary Rating Form 15 th : (Deadline) Perception Survey #1 15 th : (Deadline) Perception Survey #2 Week of 16 th : Focus Groups Week of 18 th : Focus Groups
48 Making a Difference requires doing Thank You! What matters most
49 Affirmation The extent to which the principal... Recognizes and celebrates school accomplishments and acknowledges failures Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Systematically and fairly recognizes the accomplishments of teachers and staff Systematically and fairly recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of students Systematically and fairly recognizes the failures and celebrates the accomplishments of the school as a whole
50 Change Agent The extent to which the principal... Is willing to and actively challenges the status quo Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Consciously challenges the status quo Is willing to lead change initiatives with uncertain outcomes Systematically considers new and better ways of doing things Consistently attempts to operate at the edge versus the center of the school s competence
51 Communication The extent to which the principal... Establishes strong lines of communication with teachers and among students Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Is easily accessible to teachers and staff Develops effective means for teachers and staff to communicate with one another Maintains open and effective lines of communication with teachers and staff
52 Contingent Rewards The extent to which the principal... Recognizes and rewards individual accomplishments Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Recognizes and rewards individual accomplishments Uses performance versus seniority as the primary criteria for rewards and recognition Uses hard work and results as the basis for rewards and recognition Recognizes individuals who excel
53 Culture The extent to which the principal... Fosters shared beliefs and a sense of community and cooperation Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Promotes a sense of well being among teachers and staff Promotes cohesion among teachers and staff Develops an understanding of purpose among teachers and staff Develops a shared vision of what the school could be like Promotes cooperation among teachers and staff
54 Discipline The extent to which the principal... Protects teachers from issues and influences that would detract from their teaching time or focus Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Protects instructional time from interruptions Protects/shelters teachers and staff from internal and external distractions
55 Flexibility The extent to which the principal... Adapts his or her leadership behavior to the needs of the current situation and is comfortable with dissent Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Is comfortable with making major changes in how things are done Encourages people to express diverse opinions contrary to those held by individuals in positions of authority Adapts leadership style to the needs of specific situations Is directive or nondirective as the situation warrants
56 Focus The extent to which the principal... Establishes clear goals and keeps those goals in the forefront of the school s attention Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Establishes high, concrete goals, and expectations that all students meet them Establishes high, concrete goals for curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices within the school Establishes high, concrete goals for the general functioning of the school Continually keeps attention on established goals
57 Ideals & Beliefs The extent to which the principal... Communicates and operates from strong ideals and beliefs about schooling Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Possesses well-defined beliefs about schools, teaching, and learning Shares beliefs about school, teaching, and learning with the teachers and staff Demonstrates behaviors that are consistent with beliefs
58 Input The extent to which the principal... Involves teachers in the design and implementation of important decisions Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Provides opportunities for teacher and staff input on all important decisions Provides opportunities for teachers and staff to be involved in developing school policies Uses leadership teams in decision making
59 Intellectual Stimulation The extent to which the principal... Ensures that the faculty and staff are aware of the most current theories and practices and makes the discussion of these a regular aspect of the school culture Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Keeps informed about current research and theory on effective schooling Continually exposes teachers and staff to cutting-edge research and theory on effective schooling Fosters systematic discussion regarding current research and theory on effective schooling
60 Involvement in CIA The extent to which the principal... Is directly involved in the design and implementation of curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Is directly involved in helping teachers design curricular activities and address assessment and instructional issues
61 Knowledge of CIA The extent to which the principal... Is knowledgeable about current curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Possesses extensive knowledge about effective curricular, instructional, and assessment practices Provides conceptual guidance regarding effective classroom practices
62 Monitor & Evaluate The extent to which the principal... Monitors the effectiveness of school practices and their impact on student learning Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Continually monitors the effectiveness of the school s curricular practices Continually monitors the effectiveness of the school s instructional practices Continually monitors the effectiveness of the school s assessment practices Remains aware of the impact of the school s practices on student achievement
63 Optimize The extent to which the principal... Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Inspires and leads new and challenging innovations Inspires teachers and staff to accomplish things that might be beyond their grasp Is the driving force behind major initiatives Portrays a positive attitude about the ability of teachers and staff to accomplish substantial things
64 Order The extent to which the principal... Establishes a set of standard operating procedures and routines Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Provides and reinforces clear structures, rules, and procedures for teachers and staff Provides and reinforces clear structures, rules, and procedures for students Establishes routines for the effective running of the school that teachers and staff understand and follow
65 Outreach The extent to which the principal... Is an advocate and spokesperson for the school to all stakeholders Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Ensures the school complies with all district and state mandates Is an advocate of the school with the community at large Is an advocate of the school with parents Is an advocate of the school with the central office
66 Relationships The extent to which the principal... Demonstrates awareness of the personal aspects of teachers and staff Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Is informed about significant personal issues within the lives of teachers and staff Maintains personal relationships with teachers and staff Is aware of the personal needs of teachers and staff Acknowledges significant events in the lives of teachers and staff
67 Resources The extent to which the principal... Provides teachers with materials and professional development necessary for the successful execution of their jobs Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Ensures that teachers and staff have the necessary materials and equipment Ensures that teachers and staff have the necessary professional development opportunities that directly enhance their teaching
68 Situational Awareness The extent to which the principal... Is aware of the details and the undercurrents in the running of the school and uses this information to address current and potential problems Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Is aware of informal groups and relationships among teachers and staff Is aware of the issues in the school that have not surfaced but could create discord Accurately predicts what could go wrong from day to day
69 Visibility The extent to which the principal... Has quality contacts and interactions with teachers and students Practices That Fulfill the Area of Responsibility Makes systematic and frequent visits to the classroom. Is highly visible to students, teachers, and parents. Has frequent contact with students.
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