The school’s administrative team is responsible for feedback, coaching, growth and sensemaking for their staff.
Instructional feedback is the ultimate goal. Primary evaluators will conduct a minimum of 6-10 spot observations on each assigned teacher per year, depending on the teacher’s previous effectiveness level. These 10- to 15-minute observations result in a written spot observation form, through which the principal or assistant principal provides effective instructional feedback to a teacher. Information from the spot observations, in addition to an extended 45 minute observation, contributes to the summative performance evaluation.
Through the Distinguished Teacher Review Process, TEI recognizes teachers who demonstrate leadership, encourage lifelong learning, and promote academic excellence.
Learn more about the campus based observations of your teachers, including spot observations, extended evaluations and summative performance observation.
Learn more about Schoolnet, the platform used for entering observations, reviewing and scoring SLOs, and reviewing teacher’s PDPs.