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Differentiated Performance Rubrics


Oregon’s framework for evaluation is designed to assess teacher and administrator performance with respect to the Model Core Teaching Standards and Educational Leadership/Administrator Standards (i.e., standards of professional practice). To assess performance, evaluators use a rubric.

Rubrics are designed to help educators and evaluators (1) develop a consistent, shared understanding of what proficient performance looks like in practice, (2) develop a common terminology and structure to organize evidence, and (3) make informed professional judgments about formative and summative performance ratings on each Standard and overall.

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Sample Specialist Rubrics


As districts design their evaluation and support systems they are identifying staff whose work may not completely align with the district adopted rubrics for teachers and administrators. The rubrics below are samples of specialist rubrics in use in other districts. Disclaimer: The inclusion of these rubrics does not constitute an endorsement by the Oregon Department of Education.


LEGENDS Performance Rubrics (Salem-Keizer)
The Salem-Keizer SD has developed performance rubrics for a variety of staff positions including counselors, English Language Acquisition specialists, OT and PT, Speech Pathologists and others.
Counselor Rubric (Bend SD)
Counselor Rubric (Pendleton SD)
Student Support Specialist Rubric (Roseburg SD)
Corvallis SD
These rubrics developed by the Corvallis School District are based on the work of Charlotte Danielson.

ODE Recommended Rubrics


The Oregon Department of Education and stakeholder workgroup conducted a review and crosswalk of rubrics aligned to the standards. ODE recommends districts consider the rubrics in the following table for use in their local evaluation systems. Districts may adopt or adapt these rubrics. Adaptation must be aligned to the standards. Districts may choose to use other rubrics but must submit a crosswalk to ODE to provide evidence of strong alignment to the standards. The July 1, 2013 web submission template will offer a check box for the listed rubrics. Districts choosing to implement their own rubric will be required to submit both their rubric and a completed crosswalk showing alignment to the standards with their submission.

  The Danielson Group
  • Danielson Framework for Teaching (2011)
  • Match-gap analysis against Oregon standards

  • Danielson Framework for Teaching (2013)
  • Match-gap analysis against Oregon standards

  • Salem-Keizer SD Administrative Assessment and Evaluation Rubric
  • Match-gap analysis to Oregon standards
  •   Marshall's Teacher Evaluation Rubric
  • Match-gap analysis against Oregon standards
  • Oregon Educational Leadership/Administrator Rubric (Word)
  • This rubric is fully aligned to the adopted Oregon Educational Leadership/Administrator standards as its foundation so no match-gap was conducted.
  •   Marzano's Causal Teacher Evaluation Model
    Marzano's levels of Beginning - Innovating align to the four performance levels in Oregon's Framework.
  • Match-gap analysis against Oregon standards
  • Pendleton Administrator Rubric (Word)
      Salem-Keizer SD Licensed Staff Assessment and Evaluation Rubric
  • Match-gap analysis against Oregon standards

  • Rubrics Requiring Additional Alignment


    Staff at the Regional Northwest Comprehensive Center (NWRCC), conducted match gap analyses of several rubrics already in use in Oregon districts for the purpose of determining their degree of alignment to the Oregon’s Educational Leadership/Administrator Standards. In the event that the majority of the indicators for a particular standard had no evidence, language describing a proficient administrator was inserted in the “Addressing the Gap” column. This language appears in red. Districts choosing to use a rubric with a standards gap would need to add the necessary language in their district rubric for every level for each of the gaps identified.
    Marshall Principal Rubric
    Districts wishing to use this rubric must address the gaps in the version they submit.
  • Match-gap analysis against Oregon standards


  • Marzano Principal Rubric
    Districts wishing to use this rubric must address the gaps in the version they submit.
  • Match-gap analysis against Oregon standards


  • Tools for District-created or Adapted Rubrics


    All district evaluation systems must include rubrics that use the four levels of performance identified in the Framework, but districts have the flexibility to name the levels. Regardless of the terms used, they must be aligned to the performance levels described in the Framework and Level 3 must represent a proficient educator.
    Teacher Rubric Gap Analysis Tool
    This template is provided for districts that choose to use an existing district rubric rather than an ODE recommended rubric as part of their evaluation system. This template must be included with the district submission, and will be reviewed to assure that district rubrics align to Oregon’s standards.
    Administrator Rubric Gap Analysis Tool
    This template is provided for districts that choose to use an existing district rubric rather than an ODE recommended rubric as part of their evaluation system. This template must be included with the district submission, and will be reviewed to assure that district rubrics align to Oregon’s standards.

    Guiding Questions For Differentiated Performance Rubrics




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