Growing our Practice with the NTPPS
Supporting Educator Effectiveness through Development (S.E.E.D.) is a comprehensive approach to ensuring access to quality educators for all students, especially the most disadvantaged, and strengthening and maintaining teacher and principal effectiveness throughout the state. The resources below are available for use by all districts as they grow in the practice of supporting teachers and principals.
Nebraska Teacher and Principal Performance Standards
|Educator Effectiveness Analysis: Utilize the following resources:
NEW! The scenario-based experience of Faux Public Schools is grounded in the Victoria Bernhardt model (and offers flexibility for other models used in Nebraska) and provides mock data from a school that is calibrated to a Nebraska Teacher and Principal Performance Standard (NTPPS). This experience will help educators understand the educator effectiveness data types and processes to build a more balanced lens of school and district data that is inclusive of student achievement data, as well as educator effectiveness data.
A Facilitation Guide has been developed to provide those that are responsible for the delivery of this content with additional tools and guidance that will assist in the planning and effective facilitation of the Nebraska Teacher and Principal Performance Standards Presentation relating to the use of educator effectiveness data.
The Nebraska teacher/educational specialist evaluation tool is aligned with the NTPPS. Nebraska districts have autonomy regarding the instructional model and evaluation tool they use. It is best practice to ensure alignment between the instructional model expectations and the evaluation expectations.
The Nebraska principal evaluation tool is aligned with the NTPPS. Nebraska districts have autonomy regarding the instructional model and evaluation tool they use. It is best practice to ensure alignment between the instructional model expectations and the evaluation expectations.
While a district is authorized to utilize the provided document to fit the district’s policies and practices for its evaluation system, the Nebraska Department of Education does not maintain any ownership or responsibility for the content of the evaluation.