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TEACHER EVALUATION: MAPSA TEAMS Project - Spring 2015

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Q1: School

Old Redford Academy High

Q2: Date of observation (i.e., 10-25-2014)

05-14-2015

Q3: Subject taught


Algebra 200
Q4: Grade(s)
10, 11, 12
Q5: Teacher's first name

Christopher

Q6: Teacher's last name

Klerkx

Q7: Teacher personal identification number (PIC)

847991

Q8: Actual Number of Students in Classroom on Date of Observation


25
26

Q9: Observer ID number


Q10: Observation start time (i.e. 09:00 a.m.)
9:56 a.m.
Q11: Observation completion time (i.e., 09:30 a.m.)
10:30 a.m.

Yes

Q12: Teacher presented artifacts?

PAGE 2: Domain 2a: Attributes - Creating an environment of respect and rapport

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Teacher demonstrates sensitivity toward
students as individuals.
,

Q13: Domain 2a Level 4 Distinguished Attributes

The teacher's response to a student's incorrect


response respects the student's dignity.
Talk between teacher and students and among
students is uniformly respectful.
,

Q14: Domain 2a Level 3 Proficient Attributes

Teacher's response to disrespectful behavior


among students diffuses the situation.
,
Teacher makes superficial connections with
individual students.
Q15: Domain 2a Level 2 Basic Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q16: Domain 2a Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

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Q17: Score for Domain 2a: Creating an environment


of respect and rapport

Proficient (Level 3)

PAGE 4: Domain 2b: Attributes - Establishing a culture for learning

The teacher communicates a genuine passion


for the subject.
,

Q18: Domain 2b Level 4 Distinguished Attributes

Students indicate that they are not satisfied


unless they have complete understanding.
,
Student questions and comments indicate a
desire to understand the content, rather than, for
example, simply learning a procedure for getting
the correct answer.
,
Students take initiative in improving the quality of
their work.

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Q19: Domain 2b Level 3 Proficent Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q20: Domain 2b Level 2 Basic Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q21: Domain 2b Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

PAGE 5: Score for Domain 2b: Establishing a culture for learning

Q22: Score for Domain 2b: Establishing a culture


for learning

Distinguished (Level 4)

PAGE 6: Domain 2c: Attributes - Managing classroom procedures

Q23: Domain 2c Level 4 Distinguished Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q24: Domain 2c Level 3 Proficient Attributes

The students are productively engaged during


small group work.
,
Transitions between large- and small-group
activities are smooth.
,
Routines for distribution and collection of
materials and supplies work efficiently.
,
Classroom routines function smoothly.,
Teacher uses time saving procedures to
expedite non-instructional activities.

Q25: Domain 2c Level 2 Basic Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q26: Domain 2c Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

PAGE 7: Score for Domain 2c: Managing classroom procedures

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Proficient (Level 3)

Q27: Score for Domain 2c: Managing Classroom


Procedures

PAGE 8: Domain 2d: Attributes - Managing Student Behavior

Q28: Domain 2d Level 4 Distinguished Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q29: Domain 2d Level 3 Proficient Attributes

Standards of conduct appear to have been


established.
,
Student behavior is generally appropriate.,
The teacher frequently monitors student
behavior.
,
Teacher acknowledges good behavior.

Q30: Domain 2d Level 2 Basic Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q31: Domain 2d Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

PAGE 9: Score for Domain 2d: Managing student behavior

Proficient (Level 3)

Q32: Score for Domain 2d: Managing Student


Behavior

PAGE 10: Domain 2e: Attributes - Organizing physical space

Respondent skipped this


question

Q33: Domain 2e Level 4 Distinguished Attributes

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The classroom is safe, and all students are able
to see and hear.
,

Q34: Domain 2e Level 3 Proficient Attributes

The classroom is arranged to support the


instructional goals and learning activities.
,
Teacher makes adjustments to the physical
environment (e.g. closes doors to block noise;
adjusts light or temperature) to support students'
comfort and performance.
Q35: Domain 2e Level 2 Basic Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q36: Domain 2e Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

PAGE 11: Score for 2e: Organizing physical space

Proficient (Level 3)

Q37: Score for Domain 2e: Organizing Physical


Space

PAGE 12: Domain 3a: Attributes - Communicating with students

The teacher points out possible areas for


misunderstanding.
,

Q38: Domain 3a Level 4 Distinguished Attributes

Teacher explains content clearly and


imaginatively, using metaphors analogies to
bring content to life.
,
All students seem to understand the
presentation.
,
The teacher invites students to explain the
content to the class or to classmates.
,
Teacher uses right language, offering brief
vocabulary lessons where appropriate.
Respondent skipped this
question

Q39: Domain 3a Level 3 Proficient Attributes

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Q40: Domain 3a Level 2 Basic Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q41: Domain 3a Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

PAGE 13: Score 3a: Communicating with students

Distinguished (Level 4)

Q42: Score for Domain 3a: Communication with


Students

PAGE 14: Domain 3b: Attributes - Using questioning and discussion techniques

Students initiate higher-order questions.,

Q43: Domain 3b Level 4 Distinguished Attributes

Students extend the discussion, enriching it.,


Students invite comments from their classmates
during a discussion.
Q44: Domain 3b Level 3 Proficient Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q45: Domain 3b Level 2 Basic Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q46: Domain 3b Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

PAGE 15: Score for Domain 3b: Using questioning and discussion techniques

Q47: Score for Domain 3b: Using Questioning and


Discussion Techniques

Distinguished (Level 4)

PAGE 16: Domain 3c: Attributes - Engaging students in learning

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All students are highly engaged in the lesson.,

Q48: Domain 3c Level 4 Distinguished Attributes

Students take initiative to modify a learning task


to make it more meaningful or relevant to their
needs.
,
Students suggest modifications to the grouping
patterns used.
,
Students have extensive choice in how they
complete tasks.
,
Students suggest modifications or additions to
the materials being used.
,
Students have an opportunity to summarize and
reflect regarding their understanding of the
lesson.
Q49: Domain 3c Level 3 Proficient Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q50: Domain 3c Level 2 Basic Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q51: Domain 3c Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

PAGE 17: Score for Domain 3c: Engaging students in learning

Distinguished (Level 4)

Q52: Score for Domain 3c: Engaging Students in


Learning

PAGE 18: Domain 3d: Attributes - Using assessment in instruction

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Teacher monitoring of student understanding is
sophisticated and continuous: the teacher is
constantly taking the pulse of the class.
,

Q53: Domain 3d Level 4 Distinguished Attributes

Teacher makes frequent use of strategies to


elicit information about individual student
understanding.
,
Feedback to students is specific and timely, and
is provided from many sources, including other
students.
,
Students monitor their own understanding, either
on their own initiative or as a result of tasks set
by the teacher.
Q54: Domain 3d Level 3 Proficient Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q55: Domain 3d Level 2 Basic Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q56: Domain 3d Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

PAGE 19: Score for 3d: Using assessment in instruction

Distinguished (Level 4)

Q57: Score for Domain 3d: Using assessment in


Instruction

PAGE 20: Domain 3e: Attributes - Demonstrating flexibility and responsiveness

The teacher's adjustments to the lesson are


designed to assist individual students.
,

Q58: Domain 3e Level 4 Distinguished Attributes

Teacher seizes on a teachable moment to


enhance a lesson.
,
The teacher conveys to students that s/he won't
consider a lesson "finished" until every student
understands and that s/he has a broad range of
approaches to use.

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Q59: Domain 3e Level 3 Proficient Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q60: Domain 3e Level 2 Basic Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

Q61: Domain 3e Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes

Respondent skipped this


question

PAGE 21: Score for 3e: Demonstrating flexibility and responsiveness

Q62: Score for Domain 3e: Demonstrating Flexibility


and Responsiveness

Distinguished (Level 4)

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Respondent skipped this


question

Q63: Other observational comments

Q64: Summary of Scores for Domains (2a, 2b, 2c, 2d, 2e, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, and 3e)
Domain 2a Creating an environment of respect and
rapport

Proficient (3)

Domain 2b Establishing a culture for learning

Distinguished (4)

Domain 2c Managing Classroom Procedures

Proficient (3)

Domain 2d Managing Student Behavior

Proficient (3)

Domain 2e Organizing Physical Space

Proficient (3)

Domain 3a Communication with Students

Distinguished (4)

Domain 3b Using Questioning and Discussion


Techniques

Distinguished (4)

Domain 3c Engaging Students in Learning

Distinguished (4)

Domain 3d Using Assessment in Instruction

Distinguished (4)

Domain 3e Demonstrating Flexibility and


Responsiveness

Distinguished (4)

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