ReVIEW Video-Based Calibration

$157.50

In partnership with ReVision Learning, ReVIEW Talent Feedback System’s Video-Based Calibration allows teacher supervisors the opportunity to receive personalized feedback about their capacity to engage in key supervisory skills.

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In partnership with ReVision Learning, ReVIEW Talent Feedback System’s Video-Based Calibration allows teacher supervisors the opportunity to receive personalized feedback about their capacity to engage in key supervisory skills. These skills are outlined in Domain 1 of the ReVision Learning Supervisory Continuum which supports development of six essential standards of supervisory practice in providing written feedback:

Indicator A:  Evidence cited is directly tied to the appropriate indicators of practice and accurately represents the levels of performance.

Indicator B:  Qualitative and quantitative evidence cited in feedback is aligned, appropriate and facilitates targeted growth and improvement.

Indicator C:  Evidence cited in written feedback connects teacher action with student engagement and intended learning outcomes.

Indicator D:  Feedback contains areas of strengths and areas of growth explicitly connected to the indicator and observed practices/ evidence and are developed based on indicator language and the key levers between ratings.

Indicator E:  Evidence cited is objectively stated and without opinion.

Indicator F:  Feedback report as written serves as a comprehensive learning tool containing clearly articulated evidence-based feedback and explicit connections.

Teacher supervisors are provided access to a single, short video that has been pre-scored against a set of teaching performance standards for Learning Environment and Instruction.  Pre-scored videos provide insight to an evaluator’s understanding of teaching frameworks and can provide initial baseline data that helps clarify areas of need related to key observation skills.   When used across a set of district evaluators, video-based calibrations can support understanding of district levels inter-rater agreement associated with key teaching practices.  Knowing how well an evaluator can recognize the practice inherent in the teaching rubrics and whether or not they can record evidence from a piece of classroom instruction will ensure that ongoing training is targeted, personalized, and impactful.

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