EDUCATOR DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT
Educator Development and Support: Teachers/Non-Classroom Teachers/School Leaders
Use ths template to create a letter notifying your non-classroom teacher(s) that they will be evaluated this year.
Michele ParsonsTeaching and Learning Coordinatormichele.email@example.comUPCOMING DUE DATES:EDST/EDSNCT(Teachers and Coordinators/Coaches)Intitial Planning Sheet9/21/182/15/19Growth Plan Visit3/15/19Final Evaluation Report5/7/19EDSSL(Administrators)Every BasisEvidence CollectionOngoingMid Year Reflection/Activities1/18/19Formative Conference and Formative Rating2/1/19End of Year Reflection5/3/19Final Evaluation and End-of-Year Conference5/17/19CLICK A QUESTION TO FIND THE ANSWER...
- When is the Initial Planning Sheet due?
The Initial Planning Sheet for most teachers and non-classroom teachers is due 9/21/18. Early Education teachers must turn in their IPS by 8/10/18.
Administrators' must submit their Initial Growth Plan depending on their basis: A Basis is due 8/3/18, E Basis is due 8/24/18 and B Basis is due 8/30/18.
- Where do we find the Initial Planning Sheet Template?
The Initial Planning Sheet template is available to teachers and non-classroom teachers under the Primary Activities tab of their evaluation plan.
- What is the deadline for the Growth Plan Visit?
The Growth Plan Visit must be completed by March 15, 2019.
- What is the deadline for the Formal Observation?
The Formal Observation must be completed by February 15, 2019 for most teachers, but the deadline is February 8, 2019 for Early Education teachers.
- Where do we find the Lesson Design Template for the Formal Observation?
All the supporting materials for the Formal Observation will be found uner the Primary Activities tab of the teachers's evaluation page on MyPGS. Open the section titled, "Formal Observation (Required)" to locate the Lesson Design, optional Teacher Reflection, Observation Notes, Ratings, etc.
- What is the difference between the Formal Observation and the Growth Plan Visit?
The Growth Plan visit gives the administrator the opportunity to observe a portion of a lesson and provide feedback related to the Instructional Growth Objective, as well as other aspects of teaching. There is no formal conference required for this observation, and the teacher is not rated on the Focus Elements for this observation. The visit may be scheduled or unscheduled.
The Formal Observation is an opportunity for the administrator to obesrve an entire lesson. This observation is always scheduled, and prior to the observation, the teacher should provide the administrator with a copy of the lesson plan for the day of the observation. The adminstrator and teacher will meet prior to the lesson to discuss the plan, and will have a second conference following the lessson observation to discuss the observer's notes, applicable student work, next steps, etc. The administrator will provide a rating on each of the 7 Focus Elements for this lesson, basd on the evidence collected during the formal observation process.
New Informal Observation Tool Available on MyPGS!
The Informal Classroom Observation tool on MyPGS provides administrators the opportunity to collect TLF-aligned evidence of teaching practice during quick, informal classroom visits. This tool can be used to provide feedback to teachers in NON-evaluative settings, with data that can be shared with the teacher difrectly on the MyPGS platform.
Stull Evaluations on MyPGS
Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, all certificated Stull evaluations previously completed on the Certificated Performance Evaluation System (CPES) will now be completed on MyPGS. All Stull evaluations will be available on MyPGS by August 14, 2018. A-Basis employees evaluated with Stull who are beginning the evaluation process now may access the traditional Stull Initial Planning Forms on the MyPGS Resources page under Stull on MyPGS Resources. Once the evaluation plans are available, all Initial Planning Forms may be uploaded to MyPGS for electronic storage and sharing.
EDS Expands for 2018-19
The EDS evaluation process for teachers will expand for 2018-19 to include addtional teacher groups for the upcoming school year. Adult and Career Education teachers, as well as Teacher Librarians, will be evaluated using the Educator Development and Support: Teachers (EDST) process. EDSNCT (Non-Classroom Teachers) will continue to expand to include deans and various non-school, non-classroom teachers (i.e., Restorative Justice Teacher Advisor, A-G Advisor, etc.)
Please be sure to review the support materials on the Resources page of the MyPGS website, or feel free to contact Michele Parsons, Teaching and Learning Coordinator, for assistance.
2018-19 Focus Elements
2018-19 EDS TIMELINES
The EDS Combined Timeline table below details each of the different EDS processes for the 2018-19 school year. Required steps in each process are in bold red font.
What's Happening In EDS?
Do you need some assistance with your EDST/EDSNCT/EDSSL evaluations, or just a quiet space away from phones and questions to get the work done?Join me in the Fall for Drop-In sessions. This is an open work time for administrators, so come for all, or part, of the session—whatever you need!
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Performance Evaluation for UTLABargaining Unit PersonnelBUL-5335.6This Bulletin addresses the LAUSD/UTLAContract regarding Teacher Evaluations.
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