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EVAAS

Educator Value Added Assessment System

What does this tell us about student learning?

A session for experienced administrators to use EVAAS to make data driven decisions.






Time

Activity 000000000000000000

Learning Target

9:00 - 9:15
Welcome

9:15 - 9:30
Introduction and Overview
Understand purpose of EVAAS
9:30 - 10:00
Review of EVAAS
Become more familiar with EVAAS and Reports 00000000
10:00 - 10:40 000
Closer Look at EVAAS Reports
Examine individual school data
10:40 - 11:15
Graffiti Walk 000
Reflections on using EVAAS data
11:15 - 11:45
Reflection
Reflect on what was learned today
Create a professional goal to continue my learning
Share next steps
11:45 - Noon
Wrap-Up and Evaluation
Complete the Friday Institute
http://go.ncsu.edu/ncdpi-resa_survey

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Questions for Graffiti Walk



Friday Institute Survey

Please take a few moments to [[#|complete]] this [[#|survey]]: http://go.ncsu.edu/ncdpi-resa_survey


Other Resources:

Free Online Training on EVAAS Available


In February 2012, the State Board of Education approved the use of the Educator Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS) as the statewide growth model for ratings on the sixth and eighth standards of the teacher and principal evaluation instruments. Additionally, in 2012-13, EVAAS will become the growth model used for school accountability. While additional professional development on EVAAS will be rolling out, districts and schools can already take advantage of a wealth of training opportunities.

Periodically visit https://ncdpi.sas.com/evaas/signin.jsf for a list of drop-in [[#|webinars]] on reports and features in the EVAAS tool. Click on “Schedule of Virtual Professional Development” for a current list of [[#|webinar]] topics. Educators do not need to register for these sessions. Previous topics covered include Teacher Awareness of Educational Progress Rates (Student Pattern Reports), Empowering [[#|[[#|Effective Teaching]]]] (Teacher Value Added and Diagnostic Reports) aka Capitalize on Highly [[#|Effective Teaching]], EVAAS Value-Added Reports, District Summary Reports, Diagnostic and Performance Diagnostic Reports, Student Reports and Projections, Academic At-Risk Reports, Custom Student Reports, EVAAS Q&A: Get Your EVAAS Questions Answered, EVAAS Diagnostic and Academic [[#|Preparedness]] Reports: Tools for [[#|School Improvement]], and EVAAS [[#|School Search]] Reports.

Districts and [[#|schools]] also can contact the EVAAS training team for [[#|private coaching]] sessions. In these sessions, EVAAS trainers will walk through the district’s or school’s own data, offer help with report interpretation [[#|and answer]] any questions. If you have questions about the use of EVAAS for educator effectiveness, please contact Jennifer Preston at Jennifer.preston@dpi.nc.govor 919/807-4187 . If you have questions about the use of EVAAS for [[#|school accountability]], please contact Faye Atkinson atfaye.atkinson@dpi.nc.gov or 919/807-3803 .

How to Use EVAAS Teacher Value-Added Reports to Improve Student Progress.docx
How to Use EVAAS Teacher Value-Added Reports to Improve Student Progress.docx
How to Use EVAAS Teacher Value-Added Reports to Improve Student Progress.docx
EVAAS Principals' Tasks FINAL.docx
EVAAS Principals' Tasks FINAL.docx
EVAAS Principals' Tasks FINAL.docx
EVAAS Resource Guide.pdf
EVAAS Resource Guide.pdf
EVAAS Resource Guide.pdf

NCEES Wiki

Great Information from Center of Greater Philadephia on Value-Added: http://www.cgp.upenn.edu/ope_value.html

An Excellent Overview of Value-Added by Ted Hershberg, University of Pennsylvania:

Value-Added Hershberg.pdf
Value-Added Hershberg.pdf
Value-Added Hershberg.pdf

Dr. Sandy Horn – retired NC teacher, employed by SAS to provide PD for EVAAS. Full list of PD opportunities and Dr. Horn's contact information is available here:https://ncdpi.sas.com/evaas/signin.jsf


“The resources provided during the course of this NCDPI [[#|training]] have been helpful to some [[#|educators]] across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing resources available, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these resources are the exclusive resources for the purposes outlined during this [[#|[[#|training]]]].”