FAQ - NC Educator Evaluation System evaluation conference where you will have the opportunity to discuss with your administrator the level of performance you have achieved for each element of the five standards and your overall rating for each standard. At this time you may use evidence (artifacts) to further demonstrate your skills. Protocols suggest this final evaluation conference be held in the teacher’s classroom. The State has moved to an online data tool, and teachers are strongly encouraged to provide comments in the comments box after both you and the principal sign the summative. Who ultimately determines the final ratings on the Summary Rating Form? If the teacher and principal do not agree on the rating of an element or standard, who decides what goes on the final rating form? If the teacher and principal do not agree on the ratings, the teacher will have the opportunity to present evidence (artifacts) to support a different rating. The final rating form is completed by the principal and signed by both the principal and teacher. The teacher may choose to write additional comments on the form. What if my Summary Rating Form has me marked as ‘Developing’? If you are rated developing, your PGP should reflect strategies that will help you move from Developing to Proficient. This evaluation instrument is a growth model and therefore, you will be assessed on your ability to make growth over time. The policy outlines the types of “plans.”
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