A collaborative process to create local,
growth-based teacher performance
Educator Effectiveness and Evaluation (E3) Project
The San Diego County Office of Education's Educator Effectiveness and Evaluation project guides district and teacher leaders through a collaborative process that includes a series of academies and facilitated intersession work that results in the development of an individualized, context driven, local evaluation system.
The E3 project supports district teams to revise their current teacher evaluation process to create a growth-based integrated professional learning system based on professional teaching standards that aligns professional development to teacher goals and targets educator growth.
- Establish an eight to ten person team with equal representation from teacher association members and site/district administrators
- Participate in six to eight full-day academy sessions and regular on-site intersession meetings facilitated by SDCOE personnel
- Create a context driven teacher effectiveness and evaluation model
- Build labor-management relations through on-going collaboration and communication
- Contribute to the revision of the Educator Effectiveness and Evaluation (E3) project
- Collaborate and learn with a cohort of other districts
- Engage in a team-learning process with support from local, state, and national partners
- Receive ongoing technical assistance from SDCOE
- Develop teacher leaders through the National Board Certification process
- Revise systems to reflect recommendations from CDE's Greatness By Design, research-based components of effective systems, and local context