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Sharing the Self-Assessment

Local Flexibility for Educator Evaluations. Educators Matter.

Promising Practices of Flexibilities, Efficiencies, and Differentiation for Sharing the Self-Assessment

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Educators often share their self-assessment with their evaluator sparking conversations that develop a deeper understanding of quality instructional practices and better calibration of instructional expectations between the educator and their evaluator. This sharing can expedite the goal-setting process and potentially the mid-year review.

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Example of sharing the self-assessment with evaluators 

One school district requests that each educator share their self-assessment with their evaluator. In doing so, the evaluator can better see which areas in which to focus their educator's goals and use the discrepancy model when conducting their mid-year review. This allows the evaluator to spend more time discussing areas where there is still no alignment with the educator rather than going over each professional practice individually. 

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Find a way to get connected by contacting your regional specialist for individual support, joining a PLC with districts/BOCES wanting to explore a similar topic, or sharing your promising practice.