Keisha is a first grade teacher (finishing her second year of teaching). Alice is a third grade teacher (finishing her first year of teaching). Manny is their PD. The three of them are meeting jointly to discuss Keisha's peer role model program. This conversation will be used as evidence for evaluating Keisha on I-3.
Conversation between PD and CMs
Overall rating: Three AP ratings equal an overall AP rating.
Ensures that role model conveys message of persistence or academic success
Ensures that role model conveys message of persistence and academic success
Ensures that role model conveys messages of extraordinary persistence and academic success
Enables students to learn role models' stories through occasional exposure
Enables students to gain frequent and meaningful exposure to role models
Generates opportunities for students to work directly with role models
Uses reasonably appropriate and relevant role models with whom at least some students can identify
Ensures almost all students have appropriate role models with whom they identify, based on an understanding of student sub-groups
Monitors individual students and ensures all have effective role models with whom they deeply identify
Rating: APStrand 1: The alignment between role models’ messages and the ideals of persistence and academic success.
Rating: APStrand 2: The extent to which students are able to interact with role models and extract meaning and inspiration from their stories.
Rating: APStrand 3: The number of students who have relevant role models.