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An egregious act may lead to immediate dismissal. June 2006 20
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If a Performance Improvement Plan is carried over to the following school year, no salary increase will be received until the plan is successfully completed. Upon successful completion of a Performance Improvement Plan, any salary increase that would have been received would only be applied to the contracted days remaining in the school calendar. June 2006 21
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How Teachers Matter Every now and then, as poet Seamus Heaney said, “hope and history rhyme.” We don’t know whether this is really such a time, but we are convinced that schools could with reasonable effort make them rhyme. It takes a whole village to raise one child, but it takes a system to raise every child.” (Michael Fullen, Peter Hill, and Carmel Crévola, 2006) The Albemarle County Public Schools Teacher Performance Appraisal acknowledges that, in order to be successful, educators must work within a culture of professional learners committed to meeting the educational needs of all students. As such, three core beliefs about teaching and learning are foundational to the Teacher Performance Appraisal system: Teachers have a profound impact on student achievement. Professional growth is essential to developing and maintaining both content knowledge and pedagogical skills. Professional relationships enhance continuous improvement and professional growth. Albemarle County Public Schools Vision All learners believe in their power to embrace learning, to excel, and to own their future. June 2006 22
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Appendices Appendix A - Performance Rubrics and Self-Assessment A1 Performance Domains and Standards .................................................................................................................. 24 A2 Performance Rubrics ............................................................................................................................................ 26 A3 External Professional Standards .......................................................................................................................... 43 A4 Teacher Self-Assessment ..................................................................................................................................... 44 A5 Self-Assessment Summary ................................................................................................................................... 45 Appendix B – Professional Growth Goals B1 Support Material for Teacher Professional Development Goals ........................................................................... 46 B2 Teacher Goals ....................................................................................................................................................... 47 B3 Goal Progress Review (Optional) .......................................................................................................................... 48 Appendix C – Differentiated Supervision and Continuous Feedback C1 Categories of Instructional Strategies (Marzano)……………………………………………………………………. 49 C2 Classroom Walk-Throughs: A Reflective Practice Model That Guides Classroom Visits ..................................... 50 C3 Bloom’s Taxonomy ................................................................................................................................................ 54 C4 Instructional Strategies for Classroom Walk-Throughs ........................................................................................ 57 C5 Student Engagement and the Classroom Walk-Through Model ………………………………………………… 58 C6 Classroom Walk-Through Trend Data Summary .................................................................................................. 59 C7 Performance Data Collection Form – Checklist .................................................................................................... 61 C8 Performance Data Collection Form – Narrative .................................................................................................... 65 C9 Final Performance Appraisal ................................................................................................................................. 67 C10 Performance Improvement Plan………………………………………………………………………………………. 70 Appendix D - Virginia Department of Education References and Bibliography D1 Virginia Department of Education References regarding No Child Left Behind – Electronic References to Letters from Jo Lynn DeMary, former Superintendent of Public Instruction, Superintendent’s Memo No.4 – January 9, 2004, Superintendent’s Memo No. 49 – March 5, 2005, Superintendent’s Memo No. 53 – March 4, 2005, and
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