Collect and analyze assessment results and document

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Collect and analyze assessment results and document examples of assessment-based instructional decisions as well as examples of feedback to students Construct a teacher reflection about the selected unit (what worked, what didn’t, and how to improve) 2. Classroom profile for each class (addressing student readiness, interest and learning profile abilities and needs, your responses to these characteristics, and assessment of the effectiveness of your responses to affect student achievement) 3. Strategies for collaboration with colleagues and parents 4. Reflection and examples of work completed through the Professional Learning Community. This work may be the same as the Framework for Quality Learning sample unit 5. Use and development of common assessments, including collaboratively determining what is to be assessed 6. Use and development of personalized student learning plans 7. Other work samples reflecting rigor, relevance and relationships Guidelines for a Professional Presentation During each recertification cycle, continuing contract teachers may make a presentation to a group of colleagues as part of the Teacher Performance Appraisal process. The teacher will address selected domains sharing his/her best work and experiences in each. The teacher is responsible for convening a committee to attend the presentation. The committee will include the supervising administrator, one teacher from the grade-level (elementary & middle) or department (high school), and one teacher from outside of the grade-level or department. June 2006 18
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Guiding questions for the professional presentation are as follows: Knowledge of Students How do you learn about your students? What kinds of things do you look for? Once you find out about these things, what do you do with the information? Knowledge of Content How do you remain current in your content area? How do you use the enduring and essential understandings of your content area to develop lessons and units? How do you provide authentic learning opportunities for your students? Planning, Delivery, and Assessment of Instruction How do you plan? How do you develop your curriculum map? What is the role of objectives in your instruction? What is your best unit plan? How do you differentiate? What happens when students don’t do well? What instructional strategies do you favor? Why? How do you integrate technology? Safe, Effective Learning Environment What do you do to encourage classroom community? What are your behavioral expectations and how are they communicated? What are some of your classroom management plans that work? Communication and Collaboration How do you communicate with parents? How do you collaborate with colleagues?
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