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Self-Assessment Criteria Summary Sunnyside School DistrictSunnyside School District
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Name
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Building
1=Unsatisfactory
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2=Basic
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3=Proficient
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4=Distinguished
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This form is a self-reflection tool to guide conversation.
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There is no requirement to submit this form.
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Criterion #1
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Centering Instruction on high expectations for student achievement.
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Score
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Learning target(s) connected to standardsP1
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Communication of learning target(s)P4
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Success criteriaP5
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Learning routinesCEC2
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Overall self-assessment Criterion #1
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Criterion #2:
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Demonstrating effective teaching practices.
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Score
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Quality of questioningSE1
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Opportunity and support for participation and meaning makingSE4
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Student TalkSE5
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Use of scaffoldsCP5
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Overall self-assessment Criterion #2
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Criterion #3:
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Recognizing individual student learning needs and developing strategies to
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address those needs.
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Ownership of learningSE2
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Capitalizing on students' strengthsSE3
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Differentiated instruction for studentsCP4
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Teacher use of formative assessmentsA4
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Overall self-assessment Criterion #3
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Criterion #4:
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Providing clear and intentional focus on subject matter content and curriculum.
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Lessons connected to previous and future lessons, broader purpose and transferable skillP2
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Alignment of instructional materials and tasksCP1
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Teacher knowledge of contentCP2
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Discipline-specific teaching approachesCP3
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Design of performance taskP3
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Overall self-assessment Criterion #4
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Criterion #5:
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Fostering and managing a safe, positive learning environment.
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Score
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Classroom arrangement and resourcesCEC1
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Use of learning timeCEC3
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Student statusCEC4
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Norms for learningCEC5
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Overall self-assessment Criterion #5
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Criterion #6:
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Using multiple student data elements to modify instruction and improve student learning
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Score
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Student self-assessmentA1
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Student use of formative assessments over timeA2
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Quality of formative assessment methodsA3
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Collection systems for formative assessments dataA5
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Overall self-assessment Criterion #6
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Criterion #7:
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Communicating and collaborating with parents and school community.
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Score
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Commuication and collaboration with parents and guardiansPCC2
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Communication within the school community abot student progressPCC3
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Overall self-assessment Criterion #7
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Criterion #8:
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Exhibiting collaborative and collegial practices focused on improving instructional
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practice and student learning.
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Collaboration with peers and administrators to improve student learningPCC1
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Support of school, district and state curriculum policies and initiativesPCC4
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Ethics and advocacyPCC5
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Overall self-assessment Criterion #8
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Instructions: Based on your self-assessment, your administrator's input, and any school or district initiatives, set a professional deveopment goal(s) for the school year.
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Describe the area of knowledge or skill that you would like to strengthen this year.
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What would success in this area look like? How will you know when you have achieved it?
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What would count as evidence of success?
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Describe the professional development activities and action plan you will put into place to work toward improvement in this area.
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