More info about the new Massachusetts Teacher Evaluations

There must be at least two measures for each educator: either two district-based measures or one district-based assessment and one measure of trends in MCAS Student Growth Percentile Scores (for the 17 percent of teachers for whom those scores are available) or on the Massachusetts English Proficiency Assessment. A trend is defined as at least two years of scores; MTA will advocate that local associations bargain a three-year minimum at the local level. The educator’s impact on student growth will be deemed to be low, moderate or high.

via The Massachusetts Teachers Association – State board adopts new evaluation regulations.

I can’t wait to see what kind of assessment my district will have to develop for technology use. With iPads coming in next year, anything we’d develop this year would already be outdated.