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 (ODE) 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. The Board will utilize the ODE’s guidelines for reporting this information. The Board may elect not to evaluate a teacher who was on leave from the School District for fifty percent (50%) or more of the school year and/or submitted notice of retirement that was accepted by the Board no later than December 1st of the year the teacher was scheduled to be evaluated. Fifty percent (50%) of each evaluation will be based upon teacher performance and fifty percent (50%) on multiple measures of student growth as set forth herein.
Ineffective. 11.042 A teacher’s performance shall be assessed based on the standards for the teaching profession and the criteria set forth in the evaluation instrument.
Ineffective. 2. Distribution of Evaluation Instrument The administration shall distribute all information and work sheets regarding evaluation to the staff during the first staff meeting.
Ineffective as defined in accordance with this Agreement, with the contract of the least senior continuing contract teacher in the affected teaching field the first to be non-renewed.
Ineffective as prescribed by statute and ODE's standard-based teacher evaluation framework.
Ineffective. 1, “Developing”- 2, “Skilled” – 3,
Ineffective. ARTICLE 12TEACHER WORK LOAD * * *B. Elementary School Teachers 1. The normal teaching load at the elementary level (Pre-K to 6) shall provide each teacher with at least three hundred fifty (350) minutes per week within the teacher day for preparation time. 2. Elementary teachers will be assigned a thirty (30) minute duty time each day. The thirty (30) minute duty time shall be 8:30 – 9:00 a.m., 3:30 – 4:00 p.m., or the thirty (30) minutes before or after lunch and may be duties such as: Effective with the 2013-14 school year and thereafter, for up to three (3) days per week, the teacher may be assigned duties such as:
Ineffective. During the 2016-2019 school years, all members rated Accomplished, Skilled and Developing in the bargaining unit shall be considered comparable to one another for Reduction in Force purposes. During the 2016-2019 school years, all members rated Ineffective in the bargaining unit shall be considered comparable to one another for Reduction in Force purposes. 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. Fifty percent (50%) of each evaluation will be based upon teacher performance and fifty percent (50%) on multiple measures of student growth as set forth herein.
Ineffective. Fifty percent (50%) of each evaluation will be based upon teacher performance and fifty percent (50%) on multiple measures of student growth as set forth herein. Data used to determine the student growth measures will vary depending on each teacher’s category (e.g., A1, A2, B, or C).