Directions

Reflect on your performance in the 15 areas below in terms of strengths and opportunities for growth.  Your self-assessment will be shared with your supervisor to promote professional goal setting and dialog about how to support your continued growth and development as a teacher this year, and you will receive a copy as well.

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* Background Information

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* Performance Target 1: Knowledge of Students  (RELATIONSHIPS)
I know and use individual student learning styles, family background, and personality to build positive relationships with students.

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* Performance Target 2:  Trauma Informed Practices  (RELATIONSHIPS)
I am aware of Trauma Informed Practices and use that knowledge to create safety, trust and positive relationships with students.

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* Performance Target 3:  Connection  (RELATIONSHIPS) 
I create meaningful connections with students through appreciation of individual diversity and knowledge of student needs, wants, interests, hobbies, and dreams.

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* Performance Target 4:  Culture  (EXPECTATIONS) 
I create a culture of high expectations and achievement in my classroom.

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* Performance Target 5:  Data  (EXPECTATIONS)
I consistently use data to promote student growth and achievement.

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* Performance Target 6:  Equity  (EXPECTATIONS )
I consistently understand and meet the individual learning needs of my students.

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* Performance Target 7:  Standards  (RIGOR )
I promote deep student understanding by designing and delivering instruction around approved national, state, or local standards.

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* Performance Target 8:  Essential Questions and Learning Targets  (RIGOR)
I promote deep student understanding through the consistent use of Essential Questions and Learning Targets.

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* Performance Target 9:  Success Criteria  (RIGOR) 
I promote deep student understanding by clearly defining and demonstrating for students what success looks like in terms of rubrics, student exemplars, and examples of success.

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* Performance Target 10:  Relevant (HIGH QUALITY CURRICULUM)
I create a high quality curriculum by ensuring it is relevant to student interests and needs.

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* Performance Target 11:  Engaging  (HIGH QUALITY CURRICULUM)
I ensure a high quality curriculum through the use of high leverage, engaging strategies. (i.e. WICOR:  Writing, Inquiry, Collaboration, Organization, and Reading)

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* Performance Target 12:  Assessment  (HIGH QUALITY CURRICULUM) 
I ensure a high quality curriculum through the efficient use of effective formative and summative assessments.

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* Performance Target 13:  Opening (PACING) 
I employ effective pacing through the use of an engaging lesson opening.

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* Performance Target 14:  Transitions  (PACING)
I employ effective pacing through the use of efficient transitions between activities.

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* Performance Target 15:  Closing  (PACING)
I employ effective pacing through the use of closing activities that summarize key learnings from the lesson.

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* Reflection:  Discuss your areas of strengths (i.e. What is your thinking behind your self assessment in those areas?)

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* Reflection:  Discuss your opportunities for growth.  Pick a standard you will work on this year for your Professional Growth Goal. 

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* Signature of Employee

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