Educator evaluation postings & assurances
WTMC has a rigorous, comprehensive system of evaluating our faculty. We conduct multi-year evaluations that focus on professional growth and continuous improvement.
View evaluation forms and rubrics here:
The Framework for Teaching by Charlotte Danielson
This tool was developed by Charlotte Danielson, a recognized expert in the area of teacher effectiveness. Her work focuses on the use of a framework, a clear description of practice, to promote professional conversations and learning. She advises State Education Departments and National Ministries and Departments of Education, both in the United States and overseas.
WTMC Teacher Effectiveness Rubric and Teacher Evaluation Process
These instruments, approved by Board of Trustees in 2010, are designed to promote quality teaching and student learning while enhancing professional practice and improving instruction.
Our goals are to:
- encourage professional growth
- be flexible and fair to the people being evaluated
- use these tools to establish professional goals and identify professional development needs
Teacher Effectiveness Rubric
This tool helps us evaluate:
- professional responsibilities
- planning and preparation for learning
- instructional methods
- classroom management
Superintendent Evaluation Tool
The Revised School Code requires school boards to evaluate their superintendent's job performance annually as part of a comprehensive performance evaluation system that takes into account growth data and requires certain additional factors. WTMC has adopted the Michigan Association of School Boards (MASB) superintendent evaluation instrument, which is based on the requirements of the Revised School Code and provides a straightforward option for superintendent evaluation.
WISD Teacher / Administrator Evaluation Training Service Plan
This plan indicates which training programs and activities will be funded by this grant program, and includes:
- a brief description of each activity
- the timeline for its implementation
- the provider or providers of the training
- which local education agencies (LEAs) and/or public school academies (PSAs) are specifically served by the activity