Putting It All Together: The TEM Summative Process

TEM Summative Process: Key Dates
Mar 30th – Deadline for Completing All Observations

Apr 30th – TEM Profiles Given to All Click to and Principals Teachersedit Master subtitle style

May 15th – Deadline for Principals to Submit All Reelection Recommendations

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The TEM Summative Profile:
Observations (40%)
Observation Scoring • The final observation score will be the average of all rated indicators for a teacher. Unrated indicators will not count towards a teacher’s final TEM score.
Indicator Obs 1 Obs 2 Obs 3 Obs 4

Teach 1 3 3 4 Click to edit Master subtitle style Teach 2 Teach 3 Teach 4 Teach 5 Teach 6 Teach 7 CLE 1 CLE 2 CLE 3 CLE 4 Overall Score 4 2 4 5 3 4 4 3 3 5 3 2 3 3 4 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 4 3 4 3 4 3 3 4

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3.25 3 2.5 3.75 4 2.75 3.25 3.5 3 3.25 3.75 3.25

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The TEM Summative Profile:
Observations (40%)
Observation Requirements: Due March 30th

• All teachers with Professional licensure should receive four observations and post conferences this school year. • AllClick to edit with Apprentice licensure should teachers Master subtitle style receive six observations and post conferences this school year. • All teachers should also have a Self-Assessment and Professional Growth and Support Plan (PGSP).
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The TEM Summative Profile:
Stakeholder Perceptions (5%)
Stakeholder Perceptions Scoring • MCS will compare individual teachers’ Tripod results to the average Tripod results for all teachers in similar content areas and grade levels and create an index score of 1 – 5, like with TVAAS scores.
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Caring Controlling Clarifying Challenging Captivating Conferring Consolidatin g Overall

Student Avg. for MCS Rating Peer subtitle style (percent Teachers agreement) 70 54 43 55 62 45 57 56 55 52 40 51 48 41 54 49 Level 4

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The TEM Summative Profile:
Teacher Knowledge(5%)
Teacher Knowledge Scoring and Deadlines
Measurement Scoring Method Deadline for Teachers to Complete March 1st April 15th

ContentSpecific PD

Click to edit Master subtitle style Observation by The observation will be rated and averaged just like other TEM a Content observations on a scale of 1 – 5. Specialist Teacher Portfolio of Work

Successful completion of all Common Core PD will result in a score of 5. Failure to complete will result in a 1.

Portfolios will be reviewed and rated against rubrics developed by appointed teams of peer teachers in various content areas.

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The TEM Summative Profile:
Student Growth (35%) & Achievement (15%)
• Because 2011-12 Student Growth & Achievement data will not be available from the state this school year, MCS will use existing data from 2010-11 for these measures. • MCS will use teachers’ most stable TVAAS composite up to a three-year average. style Click to edit Master subtitle Non-tested teachers will Individual School Growth receive a school composite score.
Growth
Subject Math Reading/Language Arts Science Social Studies TVAAS Composite for 2010-11 4/5/12 TVAAS Three-Year Average Level 4 Level 2 Level 2 Level 2 Level 2 School TVAAS Composite Level 1 Level 3 Level 1 Level 3

Composite Type Literacy Numeracy Literacy & Numeracy Overall Composite

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Student Growth (35%) & Achievement (15%)
Student Achievement Data Menu of Options:
• State Assessments (TCAP or • Student Completion of Discipline-Specific) Advanced Coursework • School-Level or Individual • National/State “Off the Shelf” TVAAS Assessments: • ACT/SATto edit Master subtitle style • SAT – 10 Click Assessments • • AP/IB/NIC Assessments Dibels • • 9th Grade Promotion Rate DRA • • Graduation Rate / CTE Kindergarten Concentrator Graduation Rate Readiness • • Postsecondary Matriculation End of Course Exams Rate 4/5/12 99

The TEM Summative Profile: Scoring Formula
Range of TEM Component Scores
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Weighted Score Weighting x 35 x 15 x 40 x5 x5
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35 – 175 15 – 75 40 – 200 5 – 25 5 – 25

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(average rounded to the nearest .01)

Stakeholder Perceptions Teacher Knowledge

1–5 1–5

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The TEM Summative Profile: Scoring Formula
Range of TEM Component Scores (Minimum – Maximum) 1-5 1-5 1.00 – 5.00 1–5 1–5 Weighting x 35 x 15 x 40 x5 x5 Weighted Score (Min – Max) 35 – 175 15 – 75 40 – 200 5 – 25 5 – 25

Student Growth (TVAAS) Student Achievement Observations Stakeholder Perceptions Teacher Knowledge

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How Does the TEM Summative Process Compare to Previous Years?
The TEM contains multiple performance measures to:
Show the whole picture of teaching practices from different perspectives • Improve how teacher support and growth are targeted to individual style Click to edit Master subtitleneeds • Improve objectivity in the evaluation process

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How Does the TEM Summative Process Compare to Previous Years?
As with previous years, any teacher may be recommended for non-reelection for the following reasons:

1. Incompetence 2. Inefficiency 3. Neglect of Duty Click to edit Master subtitle style 4. Unprofessional or Improper Conduct 5. Insubordination Regardless of a teacher’s TEM score, he or she can be non-reelected for any of the above reasons.

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How Does the TEM Summative Process Compare to Previous Years?
New for this year, the definition of “Inefficiency” now includes scoring a 1 or 2 on one’s TEM

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Inefficiency

dismiss all teachers scoring a TEM 1 or 2. As school leaders, principals will make reelection recommendations for these teachers on an individual basis that will then be reviewed by the district.

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How Does the TEM Summative Process Compare to Previous Years?
MAY 2012
Teacher Is Reelected

2012-13 School Year
Teacher Remains with District

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Teacher Non-

Final Determination Made in HR

Teacher NonReelected for Reasons Other Than/In Addition To TEM Score

Final Determination Made in HR, As With Prior Years

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Additional Information

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Visit the TEI website (www.mcstei.com) for more information and updates Contact the Department of Teacher Talent & Effectiveness with questions: tei@mcsk12.net; 416-0135 Master subtitle style Click to edit

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