TPEP

  • Teacher Principal Evaluation Project

    The Teacher Principal Evaluation Project (TPEP) is Washington state's evaluation process for teachers and principals.

    The state legislature established eight criteria as measures for evaluating all teachers in the 295 districts in the state of Washington.  The Washington State eight criteria are the same in every district in the state.  Everett Public Schools uses the Danielson Framework to provide the descriptors for the eight criteria.

    New hires to Everett Public Schools are required to attend professional development that focuses on the components of the teacher evaluation process.  The TPEP evaluation process is divided into four sessions and each session is offered twice in the same day to accommodate those teachers choosing to attend during the school day or those choosing to attend after school hours with compensation.  In addition, the sessions are leveled to customize the information for secondary or elementary teachers.
     
     Session One:  Overview of the TPEP process

    September 16, 2020 4:00-6:00 pm

    • Identify examples of practice that illustrate the domains and components of the framework for teaching​
    • Explore the domains and components of the Framework for Teaching​
    • Understand the structure and the language of the Framework for Teaching and the relationship to the State 8 Criteria for teaching​
    • Understand Everett’s evaluation cycle
     
    Session Two:  Domains 1 & 2 in the Observation Cycle, and Student Growth Goals
    October 14, 2020 4:00-6:00 pm
    • Recognize the levels of performance
    • Identify components of Domain 1 & 2 in the observation cycle​
    • Identify attributes of Domain 2​ in an observation
    • Recognize the elements of data driven student growth goals
     
    Session Three:  Domain 3 and Post-Conference
    November 18, 2020 4:00-6:00 pm  
    • Demonstrate understanding of the components of Domain 3
    • Identify evidence of components of Domain 3 in the context of an observation cycle​
    • Demonstrate understanding of the role of the post-conference meeting in the evaluation cycle​
     
    Session Four:  Domain 4, Summative Conference & Scoring
    January 27, 2021 4:00-6:00 pm
    • Demonstrate understanding of the components of Domain 4
    • Summative conference
    • Summative Scoring: understanding how a score is determined​
     

     Resources

    The 2011 Danielson Framework provides a broad definition of what good teaching looks like in all content areas and grade levels.  The scenarios below act as a compliment to the Danielson Framework to provide contextual examples to specialized areas. The examples provided are not an exhaustive list.

    Specialized Danielson Frameworks