Summative Evaluation. An evaluation used to arrive at a rating on each standard, an overall rating, and as a basis to make personnel decisions. The summative evaluation includes the Evaluator’s judgments of the Educator’s performance against Performance Standards and the Educator’s attainment of goals set forth in the Educator’s Plan.
Summative Evaluation. An evaluation used to arrive at a rating on each standard, an overall rating, and as a basis to make personnel decisions. The summative evaluation includes the Evaluator’s judgments of the Educator’s performance against Performance Standards and the Educator’s attainment of goals set forth in the Educator’s Plan. The summative evaluation rating must be based on evidence from multiple categories of evidence. MCAS growth scores cannot be the sole basis for a summative evaluation rating. To be rated Proficient overall, an Educator shall, at a minimum, have been rated Proficient on the Curriculum, Planning, and Assessment and the Teaching all Students standards for teachers. Evaluations used to determine the Educator’s overall performance rating and the rating on each of the four standards may inform personnel decisions such as reassignments, transfers, PTS, or dismissal pursuant to Massachusetts general laws.
Summative Evaluation. 1. The purposes of the summative evaluation are as above for Formative Evaluations: to give information to individuals which will assist them in meeting the performance goals and expectations of the position; and to provide information which will assist the Supervisor in working with the individual to identify strategies to enhance current competencies or correct performance issues.
Summative Evaluation. 18.104.22.168 A Summative Evaluation shall be commenced in the first semester in which he or she is teaching following the conclusion of the evaluation referred to in Article 7.5.3 above. This evaluation shall be concluded in the second semester following the semester in which the evaluation pursuant to Article 7.5.3 was concluded.
Summative Evaluation. (Form to be developed that encompasses ratings from above items as well as an accountability section that allows for notations about job requirements such as timely responses to emails, website updates, and other professional responsibilities.) In order to ensure that new teachers are meeting basic requirements, we have created a profile that highlights basic PCCS teacher competencies. They will complete/submit the following: ● 2 lesson plans that shows evidence of work with students with social emotional needs and integration of classroom learning.* ● 2 observations of an IEP/504 meeting by peer, with reflection.* ● 2 samples of communications with parents/ community that gives resources and extends parental involvement. * ● 2 data analysis sets of data and reflection.* ● Peer Observation: Teachers will participate in a non-evaluative observation with one of the Building Deans and a peer, with reflection. (Details and rubric same as current profile).*
Summative Evaluation. The end-of-cycle evaluation carried out by the evaluator to rate an educator’s performance on each standard and overall on the educator’s attainment of the goals set forth in the Educator Plan. PVPA will provide all new educators with training on the process and standards laid out in this Article, along with copies of all relevant forms and standards, as part of its new teacher orientation. Evaluation Cycle:
Summative Evaluation a. All teachers new to the district will receive a summative evaluation during the first year of their contract. All other teachers will receive a summative evaluation if requested by the teacher or by any one of the Principal, Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent or Director. Summative evaluations may be written only by the Superintendent of Schools, Assistant Superintendent or an Administrative Officer. Summative reports which may lead to dismissal according to Article C.28 shall not be written by a Vice-Principal.