INTRODUCTION  TO  APPR

Board  of  Education  Members:
Mrs.  Ann  Cotten-­‐DeGrasse,  President Mr.  Gregory  Meyer,  Vice  President Mr.  Thomas  Carson Mr.  Jeffrey  J.  Falisi Mrs.  Susan  Koukounas Mrs.  Amelia  Lantz Mrs.  Kimberly  E,  Ligon Nancy  Carney Superintendent  of  Schools

TEACHER  APPR COMMITTEE:
Teachers: Board  of  Education  President Barbara  Barosa   Ann  Cotten-­‐Degrasse   Chris  Butterfield Assistant  Superintendent Cindy  D'acunto   Lois  Etzel Rosaleen  D'Orsogna   Lisa  Goulding Gary  Karlson FOR Laural  Olsen YOUR  TIME  AND Emily  Puccio Jennifer  Simoes   EFFORT! Donna  Verbeck

THANK  YOU  

Who  is  Covered  by  the  Law?
 All  Educators  who  are  considered  the  “Teacher  of Record”.  The  “Teacher  of  Record”  is  defined  as  an  individual (or  individuals,  such  as  in  co-­‐teaching  assignments) who  has  been  assigned  responsibility  for  a  student’s learning  in  a  subject/course  with  aligned  performance measures.

For  additional  information,  please  consult  the  NYSED  Guidance  document.    We  have  placed  this  document  on  the  Staff  Access  page.

What  Educators  Are  Not  Subject  to the  New  Law  (3012-­‐c)
 Section  80-­‐1.1  of  the  Commissioner’s  regulations  specifically  excludes  

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For  additional  information,  please  consult  the  NYSED  Guidance  document.      We  have  placed  this  document  on  the  Staff  Access page  under  the  APPR  Logo.

pupil  personnel  services  from  the  definition  of  classroom  teaching services;  therefore,  school  psychologists  and  school  social  workers who  are  pupil  personnel  service  providers  are  not  covered  by  the  new law. A  teacher  performing  instructional  support  services  for  more  than 40%  of  his/her  time  will  also  not  be  included. A  licensed  speech  language  pathologist  under  Title  VIII  of  the Education  Law  that  is  not  a  certified  teacher  under  the Commissioner’s  regulations  and  does  not  provide  instructional services  is  not  considered  a  classroom  teacher. Substitutes,  long-­‐term  or  otherwise,  are  not  covered  by  3012-­‐c. A  certified  librarian  who  is  not  a  teacher  of  record  is  not  a  "classroom teacher"  and  therefore  would  not  need  to  be  evaluated  under Education  Law  §  3012-­‐c.  However,  if  a  certified  librarian  is  a  teacher  of record,  he/she  would  be  considered  a  "classroom  teacher"  and therefore  must  be  evaluated  under  Education  Law  §  3012-­‐c.

Total  Teacher  EvaluaCon  Score

Composite  Score  Bands

State
 This  part    of  APPR  must  be  growth.  SGP  (Student  Growth  Percentile)  Score:    who  gets  this score?  This  score  is  worth  25  points  this  year-­‐  “Value  Added”. (15  points  on  the  local  part)  See  Guidance  D3-­‐page  31  and  D7  –page  33.  Who  doesn’t  get  SPG?  How  are  these  teachers  covered?  Student  Learning  Objectives  or  SLOs  This  is  still  worth  20  points

Local
 This  is  based  on  achievement  for  teachers  (with certain  exceptions).

For  further  information  consult  Section  E  in  the   Guidance  document  (page  56).

Other  60  Points
 Based  on  two  observations  and  Domain  4  log.  Let’s  take  a  walk  through  the  documents  associated with  this  section.  In  the  RCSD  Plan:    
   

Page  25:  Summary  of  Danielson  Rubric Page  26-­‐29:  Danielson  Rubric Page  30-­‐37:    Element  and  Expectations  Explanations Page  38-­‐39:  Domain  4  Paperwork

Other  60  Points
 Observation  Forms  (starting  on  page  40)  Pre-­‐Observation  Discussion  Guide  Post-­‐Observation  Discussion  Guide  Teacher  Observation  Form  Mid-­‐Year  Evaluation  Form  Teacher  Summative  Evaluation  Form  TIP  and  Appeal  Process

Other  60  Points  are based  on  two  formal  observations   (1  announced  +   1  unannounced),  “pop-­‐ins” and  Domain  4  MLP   Log.

16  Components Domains  1,  2  &  3 Each  H  is  7  pts Each  E  is  6  pts Each  D  is  4  pts Each  I  is  0  pts

     Domain  4  in  My  Learning  Plan
IV. PROFESSIONAL  RESPONSIBILITIES: A. B. C. D.   E. F. Reflecting  on  teaching Maintaining  accurate  records Communicating  with  families Participating  in  a  professional  community Growing  and  developing  professionally  Showing  professionalism

See  Appendix  D  and  E  for instrucCons  on  how  to  keep  records.

Participated  in  curriculum  wiriting writing Participated   n  curriculum  
Organized  Special  Olympics Participated  in  Learning  Community  meetings

Organized   For  Example: Special  Olympics Participated  in  Learning  Community meetings

Domain  4  Form  on  My  Learning  Plan

“  Other  60  Pts.  CalculaCons”

EXAMPLE:
Summative Ratings H E D I # of Ratings 1 12 9 0 X 7 6 4 0 Total Points Total 7 72 36 0 115

Other  60 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Points 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Other  60 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45

Total  Points

Ineffec4ve 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Developing 46 46 47 47 48 48 49 49 50 50 51 51-­‐56 52 57-­‐68 53 69-­‐78 54 79-­‐88 55 89-­‐96 56 97-­‐103 Effec4ve 57 58 104-­‐115 116-­‐130

Using  the  Chart  from  Page  49:     115  total  points  =  57  out  of  the  “Other  60  Points”

29 30 31

29 30 31

Highly  Effec4ve 59 60 131-­‐142 143-­‐154

Two  Year  Plan  2012-­‐2014

   20  points

 25  points

   20  points

   20  points

20  points

 25  points

   20  points

   20  points

   15  points

   20  points

 25  points

   20  points

   20  points

   15  points

   20  points

   2???  points   0  points

   2  0  points   ???  points

   20  points

   AVERAGED  WITH

       20points

Example:  Total  Composite  Score
All  Teachers

HEDI Rating Highly Effective

Effective

Total  Composite  Score  of  86  =  Effective Developing 46-56
Ineffective 0-2 0-2 0-45

NYSED Growth (25) or SLO (20) 18-20(20 pt scale) 22-25(25 pt scale) 9-17(20 pt scale) 10-21(25 pt scale) 3-8(20 pt scale) 3-9(25 pt scale)

Local 18-20 (20 pt scale) 14-15 (15 pt scale) 9-17(20 pt scale) 8-13(15 pt scale) 3-8(20 pt scale) 3-7(15 pt scale)

Other Measures 59-60

Overall Composite Score 91-100

57-58

75-90

65-74

0-64

ADMINISTRATOR  APPR COMMITTEE:
Administrators: Dave  Densieski Tom  Payton Andrea  Pekar Deb  Rodgers Dave  Wicks Superintendent Nancy  Carney Assistant  Superintendent Lois  Etzel

THANK  YOU  FOR
YOUR  TIME  AND EFFORT!

Who  is  Covered  by  the  Law?
 ONLY  Building  Principals!

Total  Principal  EvaluaCon  Score

Composite  Score  Bands

   20  points

   AVERAGED (weighted  )  WITH

   20  points

   20  points

 25  points

 15  points

 25  points

Total  Composite  Score
Principal

HEDI Rating Highly Effective

Effective

Total  Composite  Score  of  86  =  Effective Developing 46-56
Ineffective 0-2 0-2 0-45

NYSED Growth (25) or SLO (20) 18-20(20 pt scale) 22-25(25 pt scale) 9-17(20 pt scale) 10-21(25 pt scale) 3-8(20 pt scale) 3-9(25 pt scale)

Local 18-20 (20 pt scale) 14-15 (15 pt scale) 9-17(20 pt scale) 8-13(15 pt scale) 3-8(20 pt scale) 3-7(15 pt scale)

Other Measures 59-60

Overall Composite Score 91-100

57-58

75-90

65-74

0-64

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