Evaluation Tools for Teachers/Administrators

Administrators’ Evaluation Program 2016-17

Multidimensional Leadership Performance Matrix

Evaluation Committee Meeting Summary (5/31/2017)

Measurable Growth Goal-5% District Performance (4/11/2017)

Teachscape Update 10/9/15

Measureable Goals Examples – Sept 28 2015

Teachscape How To Self-Eval & Enter Goals

Train the Trainer materials for September 3, 2015 training

2013 Framework for Teaching  Instrument document (113 Pages)

Framework For Teaching Smart Card (2 pages)

Teachscape New User Activation Guide August 2013

Framework for Teaching Teacher Orientation_Participant Journal(1)



The Dearborn School Teacher Evaluation Committee has selected the Charlotte Danielson Framework for Teaching Evaluation Instrument – 2013 Edition – as the evaluation rubric for the 2015-16 School Year.

The committee has also adopted the TeachScape Reflect online evaluation tool.  Teachscape Reflect will replace the Stages online evaluation tool piloted in 1/3 of the district during the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years.

The TeachScape  Reflect tool will incorporate the District Plan I, II and III process and forms.

Charlotte Danielson Framework for Teaching Evaluation Instrument:

Danielson Domain #1 -Planning and Preparation

Danielson Domain #2 – Classroom Environment & #3 Instruction

Danielson Domain # 4 Professional Responsibilities

Danielson Rubrics for Domain 2&3 

Performance Evaluation Resources and Information

Teacher Evaluations:

*Per State Law:  Teachers ranked Highly Effective on their year-end evaluation for three consecutive years are not required to have a formal observation. Per evaluation committee, walkthroughs are required.  Teachers that were not formally observed last year must be formally observed one time this year.

(Three years HE, one year no formal observation, formal evaluation required following the “skipped” year.)

 *Per State Law:  Teachers ranked any combination of Effective and Highly Effective on their year-end evaluation for the last two consecutive years are only required to have one formal observation.

*Per State Law:  Beginning in 2016-17 one formal observation must be unscheduled.  Per evaluation committee, those required to have one formal observation will have an scheduled observation.

*Plan I Teachers are all required a minimum of two formal observations (one of the two unscheduled).

* Regardless of what’s required, administrators may formally observe if needed.


Teacher Evaluation


Here is a link to a video on evaluations in Dearborn posted on Youtube January 2013 by Brian Whiston and Glenn Maleyko


Plan I Templates

Plan II Templates

Plan III Templates

icon Plan III Awareness Phase Identification Of Concern Form

Sample Teacher Student Growth Goals


Other Sample Goals Document\

Sample Evaluation Written Documents

Administrator Helpful Templates

Administrator Evaluation


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