Teacher and Principal Evaluation Program (TPEP)

Educator Effectiveness (TPEP)2018-08-15T09:51:07+00:00

Meaningful conversations and accurate ratings create trust in the system

About TPEP

Teacher and Principal Evaluation Program

To assist districts through the collaborative learning process, ESD 112 can provide:

TPEP Core Principles

  • Quality teaching and leading is critically important.
  • Professional learning is a key component of an effective evaluation system.
  • Teaching and leading is work done by a core team of professionals.
  • Evaluation systems should reflect and address the career continuum.
  • An evaluation system should consider and balance “inputs or acts” with “outputs or results.”
  • Teacher and principal evaluation models should coexist within the complex relationship between district systems and negotiations.

District Framework Selections

View the OSPI list of district framework selections throughout the state.

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Training

TPEP Training

Rater Agreement in Washington State

To assist districts through the collaborative learning process, ESD 112 can provide information or supports for all the stages of implementation as defined by OSPI.

Find Trainings throughout the state

Stage 1:

Understanding the “Big Ideas” of the Instructional or Leadership Framework.

  • For Teachers:   An Overview of Your District’s Instructional Framework.  A one-day introduction to the structure of your district’s selected instructional framework.
  • For Principals: An Overview of Your District’s Instructional Framework  A two-day introduction to the structure of your district’s selected instructional framework.
Stage 1 Training Opportunities

Stage 2:

This stage is the application of the framework as a formative tool through the use of self-assessment, goal setting, gathering evidence and using multiple measures of performance.  OSPI has assigned districts to an Instructional Framework Specialist who can provide up to 30 hours of ongoing support for all who evaluate classroom teachers.

Stage 2 Training Opportunities

Stage 3:

Utilizing the framework for summative purposes.  Participants will explore ways to assess artifacts and observation data, provide high-quality feedback for growth and combine multiple measures of evidence into a summative score in order to maximize rater agreement.

Stage 3 Training Opportunities

The eVAL tool or your district-defined tool can be used as a support.

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Resources

Resources

Instructional and Leadership Frameworks

We’ve posted updated versions of all three instructional framework rubrics to include language about student growth. Among many other clarifications and changes to the new evaluation system, ESSB 5895 states:

Student growth data must be a substantial factor in evaluating the summative performance of certificated classroom teachers for at least three of the evaluation criteria listed in this subsection.

Regional Learning Session Resources

10/24/17

Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance

ESD 112 staff are prepared to answer questions or customize strategies that will assist districts within the region. Please contact us or complete a professional development request form (below) for assistance with:

  • Maximizing rater agreement through communication with OSPI, framework specialists and district staff.
  • Develop means for sharing resources, tools, and strategies that support the elements of the evaluation cycle.
  • Gather program data related to the successful implementation of the revised evaluation system and to state and national reporting requirements.



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For more information, contact:

Mike Esping

Director of Educator Effectiveness and Early Career Development

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3412

Email: mike.esping@esd112.org

Malena Goerl

Secretary II

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3409

Email: malena.goerl@esd112.org

Upcoming Classes & Events

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Contact TPEP

Mike Esping

Director of Educator Effectiveness and Early Career Development

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3412

Email: mike.esping@esd112.org

Malena Goerl

Secretary II

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3409

Email: malena.goerl@esd112.org

Upcoming Events & Classes

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