Ineffective Sample Clauses

Ineffective. The specific standards and criteria for distinguishing between these ratings/levels of performance shall be the same as those developed by the State Board of Education, which are incorporated herein by reference. The Superintendent shall annually cause to be filed a report to the Ohio Department of Education of the number of teachers for whom an evaluation was conducted as well as the number of teachers assigned each rating as set forth above, aggregated by teacher preparation programs from which and the years in which the teachers graduated.
Ineffective. The specific standards and criteria for distinguishing between these ratings/levels of performance shall be the same as those developed by the State Board of Education, which are incorporated herein by reference.
Ineffective. The specific standards and criteria for distinguishing between these ratings/levels of performance shall be the same as those developed by the State Board of Education, which are incorporated herein by reference. The Superintendent shall annually cause to be filed a report to the Department of Education the number of teachers for whom an evaluation was conducted as well as the number of teachers assigned each rating as set forth above, aggregated by teacher preparation programs from which and the years in which the teachers graduated. Additionally, the Superintendent shall file annually only such data with the Department of Education as is required by statute or the Ohio Department of Education. All evaluation documents and student data related to those evaluations shall be maintained in the employee’s personnel file. Fifty percent (50%) of each evaluation will be based upon teacher performance and fifty percent (50%) on multiple measures of student growth set forth herein. Assessment of Teacher Performance Teacher performance will be evaluated during formal observations and periodic informal observations also known as "classroom walkthroughs.” Such performance, which will comprise fifty percent (50%) of a teacher’s effectiveness rating, will be assessed through a holistic process by trained and credentialed evaluators based upon the following Ohio Standards for the Teaching Profession:
Ineffective. Performance does not support student progress and system goals. Although school principals/program directors have the final responsibility for the production and signing of evaluations, the Unit C supervision and evaluation process is collaborative in nature, including multiple stakeholders as contributors. Based on the structure of programming at individual schools, it is within a principal’s/program director’s discretion to determine the process used at his/her school and to seek input from the following educators in the formulation of evaluations, including but not limited to: assistant principals; evaluation team supervisors; deans; BCBAs; and special educators, classroom teachers, and related service providers covered under the LEA-Unit A contract. Unit C Core Competencies Special Education IAs, SSIs, XXXx Competency Effective (2) Effective with concerns (1) Ineffective (0) Comment Conducts oneself in a professional manner (i.e. confidentiality, use of personal devices, maintains appropriate boundaries with students and staff)* Communicates in a respectful and appropriate manner with students, staff and parents* Establishes positive working relationships within the school community * Is receptive to feedback and utilizes feedback to improve performance* Unit C General Competencies Competency Effective Effective with concerns Ineffective Comment Follows directions from professional staff, building administrator, and designees Fulfills professional responsibilities, i.e. attends and actively participates in meetings, trainings, and for SSIs, home services Adheres to school/district policies and procedures Provides accommodations/modifications per students’ IEPs and completes all tasks associated with a student’s IEP as directed by professional staff Demonstrates flexibility with work assignments and tasks Collaborates with and seeks clarification from service providers in a timely manner Establishes a developmentally appropriate rapport with students Provides appropriate information to professional staff in relation to student progress and needs Communicates with special educator on a regular basis Is dependable and punctual Uses appropriate level of assistance in the general educational setting Utilizes time productively when not working directly with students Demonstrates appropriate professional judgment at all times *Represents a required core competency to be rated overall as “effective” Unit C Position Specific Competencies SSI Job Competencies Co...
Ineffective. Category #1 (first to be reduced)
Ineffective. C. Only individuals who are full-time employees of Nordonia Hills City Schools who have completed Ohio School Counselor Evaluation System training are permitted to evaluate a school counselor. A counselor shall be assigned only one evaluator per school year.