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Teacher Measures

This page displays all teacher measures, including those from the 5Essentials as well as any extra supplemental measures.

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Measure Respondent Measure Performance Essential
Instructional LeadershipInstructional Leadership The school leadership team sets high standards for teaching and student learning. TeacherTeacher 5Performance on Instructional Leadership Effective Leaders Instructional Leadership
Effective Leaders
Program CoherenceProgram Coherence School programs are coordinated and consistent with its goals for student learning. TeacherTeacher 39Performance on Program Coherence Effective Leaders Program Coherence
Effective Leaders
Teacher InfluenceTeacher Influence Teachers have influence in a broad range of decisions regarding school policies and practices. TeacherTeacher 15Performance on Teacher Influence Effective Leaders Teacher Influence
Effective Leaders
Teacher-Principal TrustTeacher-Principal Trust Teachers and principals share a high level of mutual trust and respect. TeacherTeacher 6Performance on Teacher-Principal Trust Effective Leaders Teacher-Principal Trust
Effective Leaders
Collaborative PracticesCollaborative Practices Teachers observe each others' practice and work together to review assessment data and develop instructional strategies. TeacherTeacher 32Performance on Collaborative Practices Collaborative Teachers Collaborative Practices
Collaborative Teachers
Collective ResponsibilityCollective Responsibility Teachers share a strong sense of responsibility for student development, school improvement, and professional growth. TeacherTeacher 32Performance on Collective Responsibility Collaborative Teachers Collective Responsibility
Collaborative Teachers
Quality Professional DevelopmentQuality Professional Development Professional development is rigorous and focused on student learning. TeacherTeacher 25Performance on Quality Professional Development Collaborative Teachers Quality Professional Development
Collaborative Teachers
School CommitmentSchool Commitment Teachers are deeply committed to the school. TeacherTeacher 6Performance on School Commitment Collaborative Teachers School Commitment
Collaborative Teachers
Teacher-Teacher TrustTeacher-Teacher Trust Teachers are supportive and respectful of one another, personally and professionally. TeacherTeacher 63Performance on Teacher-Teacher Trust Collaborative Teachers Teacher-Teacher Trust
Collaborative Teachers
Parent Influence on Decision Making in SchoolsParent Influence on Decision Making in Schools The school has created opportunities for parents to participate in developing academic programs and influencing school curricula. TeacherTeacher 28Performance on Parent Influence on Decision Making in Schools Involved Families Parent Influence on Decision Making in Schools
Involved Families
Parent Involvement in SchoolParent Involvement in School Parents are active participants in their child's schooling. TeacherTeacher 26Performance on Parent Involvement in School Involved Families Parent Involvement in School
Involved Families
Teacher-Parent TrustTeacher-Parent Trust Teachers and parents are partners in improving student learning. TeacherTeacher 22Performance on Teacher-Parent Trust Involved Families Teacher-Parent Trust
Involved Families
Expectations for Postsecondary EducationExpectations for Postsecondary Education The school expects all students to attend college and promotes college-readiness. TeacherTeacher 30Performance on Expectations for Postsecondary Education Supportive Environment Expectations for Postsecondary Education
Supportive Environment
Quality of Student DiscussionQuality of Student Discussion Students participate in classroom discussions that build their critical thinking skills. TeacherTeacher 36Performance on Quality of Student Discussion Ambitious Instruction Quality of Student Discussion
Ambitious Instruction
Classroom DisruptionsClassroom Disruptions Teachers report on the degree to which other students disrupt their learning. TeacherTeacher 63Performance on Classroom Disruptions ZZ Classroom Disruptions
Collective Use of Assessment DataCollective Use of Assessment Data Teachers regularly review assessment data independently, with colleagues, and with the principal. TeacherTeacher 53Performance on Collective Use of Assessment Data ZZ Collective Use of Assessment Data
InnovationInnovation Teachers have a strong orientation toward improvement and a willingness to be a part of an active learning environment. TeacherTeacher 34Performance on Innovation ZZ Innovation
Reflective DialogueReflective Dialogue Teachers frequently talk with each other about curriculum, instruction, and student learning. TeacherTeacher 42Performance on Reflective Dialogue ZZ Reflective Dialogue
Socialization of New TeachersSocialization of New Teachers New teachers are included in the professional community and are given helpful feedback on their instructional practices. TeacherTeacher 3Performance on Socialization of New Teachers ZZ Socialization of New Teachers
Student ResponsibilityStudent Responsibility Students are active participants in their own learning and regularly attend class prepared to learn. TeacherTeacher 48Performance on Student Responsibility ZZ Student Responsibility
Teacher SafetyTeacher Safety Teachers report little or no disorder in the hallways, physical conflict among students, vandalism, robbery or theft, and threats of violence against teachers. TeacherTeacher 46Performance on Teacher Safety ZZ Teacher Safety

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