Teacher Expectations and Evaluation
Arizona State Evaluation Model
Inclusion of Ethical and Legal Responsibilities for Teachers
Ratings and Rubrics
- Highly Effective - Teachers who perform above and beyond expectations
- Effective - Teachers who meet the expectations and are considered "good performers"
- Developing - Teacher who meets expectations some of the time, but needs to be more consistent in performance
- Ineffective - Teacher who requires intervention to meet performance expectations
The rubric contained in this model is extensive and very comprehensive covering the four major domains in the Charlotte Danielson Framework as follows:
- Planning and Preparation
- Classroom Environment
- Professional Responsibilities
Opportunities for Growth in the ASEM
Consequences for Not Meeting Performance Expectations
- observing another teachers in the district that have one of the two highest classifications with instructions on areas of performance to specifically watch for
- participate in workshops on specific performance areas where the teacher needs improvement
- attend conferences on specific performance areas where the teacher needs improvement
- observations completed by teachers with the highest two classification or by the principal to provide feedback to the probationary teacher
- take classes related to areas of poor performance
- read books or watch videos about performance areas which need attention
- be assigned a mentor to guide the teacher in areas of poor performance
Arizona Department of Education, . (2015). The teacher evaluation process: An Arizona model for measuring educator effectiveness. Retrieved from http://www.azed.gov/teacherprincipal-evaluation/.
Arizona Education Association, . (n.d.). Know your process:Teacher evaluation. Retrieved from www.arizonaea.org/assets/document/AZ/Evaluation_Book.pdf.