Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission

Rule Rule 584-020-0020
Supervision and Evaluation


(1)

The competent educator is a student of human behavior and uses this knowledge to provide a climate that is conducive to learning and that respects the rights of all persons without discrimination. The competent educator assumes responsibility for the activities planned and conducted through the district’s program, and assists colleagues to do the same. The competent educator gathers relevant information and uses it in the planning and evaluation of instructional activities.

(2)

The competent teacher demonstrates:

(a)

Multiple ways to assess the academic progress of individual students;

(b)

Skill in the application of assessment data to assist individual student growth;

(c)

Procedures for evaluating curriculum and instructional goals and practices;

(d)

Skill in the supervision of students; and

(e)

Skill in differentiating instruction.

(3)

The competent administrator demonstrates:

(a)

Skill in the application of assessment data to provide effective instructional programs;

(b)

Skill in the implementation of the district’s student evaluation program;

(c)

Skill in providing equal opportunity for all students and staff; and

(d)

Skill in the use of employee and leadership techniques appropriate to the assignment and according to well established standards which ensure due process for the staff for which the administrator is responsible for evaluating.
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