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Sample Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) Forms

The Ohio Teacher Evaluation forms are intended to provide sample documents that may be used to supplement contract language for teachers being evaluated under OTES. The forms are intended to be used as a guide and can be modified to fit the local association/school district. The forms are grouped by: Initial Forms, Observation Forms, Walkthrough Forms, Portfolio Forms, Remediation Forms, Student Growth Measure Forms, Professional Growth & Improvement Plans,and Final Forms.

A list of the forms below can be used during the OTES process.

 

Initial Forms

These can be used before the observation process. The Summary Assessment Tool can be used  by a teacher to gauge their strengths and areas of improvement on the teacher performance side of OTES. This information can be used to help guide the pre-observation conference. It should be for use by the teacher only.

Observation Forms

These can be used during the observation process: pre-observation conference; observation; post-observation conference.

Walkthrough Forms

This form can be used during the walkthrough process.

Portfolio Forms

These can be used by the teacher to strengthen the teacher performance side of OTES.

Remediation Forms

These can be used for improving teacher performance. This is not required under OTES, however, local associations may want language to protect members if a teacher receives a low rating on the teacher performance side of OTES.

Student Growth Measure Forms

These can be used in developing and implementing Student Learning Objectives.

Professional Growth & Improvement Plans

These can be used when developing and implementing required professional growth and improvement plans under OTES.

Final Forms

The OTES Completion Checklist form can be used by the evaluator/teacher to follow the OTES process. The Final Summative Rating form is the information to be submitted to ODE at the end of the evaluation.

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