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Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) allows districts to incentivize teacher pay in order to compensate high performing teachers and encourage placement on rural or high-needs campuses. To be eligible for these funds, districts must develop a local designation system to use to designate high-performing teachers as Recognized, Exemplary or Master.
ESC Region 12 has qualified and experienced specialists who can support districts as they build their local designation system. Our team is trained to provide practice-based professional development and coaching to campuses on Texas Instructional Leadership (TIL) in the areas of action coaching, data driven instruction, change management, communication, and student growth. The processes we have learned and implemented through TIL are valid and reliable. We also have team members who have worked to support districts with their human resources departments to support human capital and compensation.
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General technical assistance and support via phone, email, zoom; initial “getting started” consultation up to 1 hour.
LEA staff submit initial draft of application for ESC Region 12 staff to review and provide coaching around application components. LEA staff walk through the application while ESC Region 12 staff facilitate conversation around considerations and next steps.
ESC Region 12 staff provide support and facilitation at monthly workgroup meetings. The format will be alternating F2F and zoom every other month, September through February. There will be monthly one-on-one check-in phone calls with each district including March. Workgroups will form with each cohort allowing a period of at least 5months to gather and collaborate around best practices. The workgroup time will provide relevant teach pieces followed by action items to complete with stakeholders prior to the next meeting. LEAs may bring 4 staff members to each cohort workgroup meeting.
District and Campus Leadership training - 6 hours
3 Days of on-campus support for review and coaching
Data support to develop processes for checking for congruence of district/state assessment data and Student Growth data.
3 days of classroom visits with debrief conference calibration to the rubric.
Half day consultation around district practices
Artifact Review- Momentum Plan
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This resource, created by the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET), is available at no cost for all educators in Texas as part of the Teacher Incentive Allotment program. Videos include full-length instructional events in a wide array of subjects, and segments of teaching designed to meet the needs of focused appraiser training. All videos are accompanied by T-TESS scoring and annotated with evidence derived from the observation that support rater scores.
General Application Support
Teacher Observation & Appraisal
Student Growth Measures
Human Capital & Compensation
National Board Certification
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