Rater Agreement in Washington State
To assist districts through the collaborative learning process, ESD 112 can provide information or supports for all the stages of implementation as defined by OSPI.
The eVAL tool or your district-defined tool can be used as a support.
Click here for the complete list of trainings around the state.
This stage is the application of the framework as a formative tool through the use of self-assessment, goal setting, gathering evidence and using multiple measures of performance. OSPI has assigned districts to an Instructional Framework Specialist who can provide up to 30 hours of ongoing support for all who evaluate classroom teachers.
Visit our Stage 2 Training Opportunities page to view current sessions around the state.
Utilizing the framework for summative purposes. Participants will explore ways to assess artifacts and observation data, provide high-quality feedback for growth and combine multiple measures of evidence into a summative score in order to maximize rater agreement.
Visit our Stage 3 Training Opportunities page to view current sessions around the state.