Delawares Performance Appraisal System for Administrators DPAS 2.5

Delawares Performance Appraisal System for Administrators DPAS 2.5

Delawares Performance Appraisal System for Administrators DPAS 2.5 Jacquelyn O. Wilson, Ed.D. University of Delaware Director Delaware Academy for School Leadership College of Education and Human Development Skills and Behaviors University Programs Aspiring Leader

Programs District Succession Planning Professional Development for Licensure Renewal College of Education and Human Development 2 Delaware Performance Appraisal System for Administrators College of Education and Human

Development 3 Delaware Performance Appraisal System Component 1: Vision and Goals Component 2: Culture of Learning Component 3: Management

Component 4: Professional Responsibilities Component 5: Student Improvement 360 Survey Aligned to the ISLLC Standards College of Education and Human Development 4 1. Vision & Goals Assessing data Implementing vision and goals Promoting vision and goals Communicating vision and

goals 2. Culture of Learning Advocating a culture of learning Monitoring the culture of learning Sustaining the culture of learning Maintaining the culture of learning College of Education and Human Development

5 3. Management Solving problems or concerns Managing resources Complying with policies Protecting the welfare and safety of students and staff 4. Professional Responsibilities Maintaining professional relationships Promoting family and

community involvement Demonstrating fairness Growing and developing professionally College of Education and Human Development 6 Component 5 (2011-2012) Showing Student Improvement: Administrator uses school or district goals from the school or district improvement process to set his or her personal annual data-driven goal(s) for student improvement. Data used

to establish goals shall include school or district accountability data, State Assessment data, and other assessment data where available. Measuring Student Improvement: Administrator has specific, measurable evidence to show progress towards or attainment of goal(s) for student improvement. College of Education and Human Development 7 Implementing Strategies for Student Improvement: Administrator designs and implements appropriate strategies to show progress towards or attainment of goal(s) for student improvement.

Reflecting on Student Improvement: Administrator reflects on goal setting process and outcomes for the purpose of continuous professional improvement and shares student improvement information with other staff as appropriate. College of Education and Human Development 8 Rating: Superintendents or their designees may set the cut points for individual administrators performance ratings (unsatisfactory, effective, and highly effective). Goals, targets, and actual performance data will be recorded under Component 5 in the Summative

Evaluation Form. Component 5 considered too vague and was not being implemented equitably across districts resulting in changes to meet rigor of RTTT College of Education and Human Development 9 2011-2012 2012-2013 Showing Student Improvement

School/District-wide DCAS Measures Measuring Student Improvement School/District-wide Success Plan Measures Measuring Strategies for Student Improvement Reflecting on Student Improvement College of Education and

Human Development 10 2012-2013 School/District-wide DCAS Measures Percent of subgroups meeting state and/or district Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) for ELA and

mathematics under ESEA Flexibility OR Percent of subgroups meeting state and/or district AYP targets. Targets must be aligned with state targets for each subgroup or the school or districts Success Plan targets (each target may be met using absolute or growth performance all business rules for AYP apply) College of Education and Human Development 11

2012-2013 School/District-wide Success Plan Measures The district has flexibility in determining which School/Districtwide Success Plan Measures indicators will be used; however, there shall be at least two measures used. Measures are to be selected from the school or district Success Plan and relevant to the administrato rs responsibilities. College of Education and

Human Development 12 Starts with Goal Setting and a Review of Data Strategies Targets Evidence Formative feedback conferences and progress monitoring throughout year 360 Survey administered in Spring DPAS II Delaware e-survey or VAL-ED Ends with a summative conference to determine progress on goals and a review of data College of Education and

Human Development 13 Training , Coaching & Monitoring College of Education and Human Development 14 Stakeholder involvement throughout the design and implementation process of a principal evaluation system

College of Education and Human Development 15 Pilot the system Collect regular feedback from participants using an external evaluator.. and make changes if necessary based on the feedback to improve the system College of Education and Human Development

16 Select measures that are: rigorous but fair directly tied to the work of the principal Encourages professional growth College of Education and Human Development 17 Implications of Data Collection

College of Education and Human Development 18 PRINCIPALS NEED TRAINING College of Education and Human Development 19 Contact Information Jacquelyn O. Wilson 302-855-1621 (office)

302-547-0043 (cell) Email [email protected] http://www.doe.k12.de.us/csa/dpasii/default.shtml College of Education and Human Development 20

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