This table talk will provide an opportunity for educators to discuss how they are preparing administrators to have crucial conversations with teachers.

Questions for Consideration

What guidance has been given on how to conduct sensitive data conversations with teachers?

What types of conversations are going on at the school level regarding EVAAS teacher value-added data?

How are teachers using their teacher value-added and teacher diagnostic reports?

How is the school and/or district using EVAAS reports to make data-driven decisions?

Resources for Consideration

How to Use the EVAAS Teacher Value-Added Reports to Improve Student Progress: This SAS/EVAAS guide provides administrators and other instructional leaders with activities and specific instructions to guide them through sensitive and crucial conversations about teacher value-added data.

The Principal Dialogue: This activity provides the five questions administrators should ask teachers to help them reflect on their EVAAS data in a constructive and effective manner.

EVAAS eLearning Modules: These new modules can be accessed by clicking on the eLearning tab on the top right of the EVAAS page after you log in. These modules explain in very clear and concise language how EVAAS measures student growth, provides an explanation of the the differences and similarities between the URM and MRM methods of reporting, and give clear, specific direction on how to read the teacher value-added and teacher diagnostic reports.

Myths Debunked Document: This word document addresses myths about the data gleaned from EVAAS value-added reports.

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“The resources provided during the course of this NCDPI training have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing resources available, the NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these resources are the exclusive resources for the purposes outlined during this training."