Region 10 is here to help guide districts and charters as they navigate the Teacher Incentive Allotment. This site will act as a resource to districts during the TIA process.
With the addition of the Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) and the specification of Success Factor One: Strongly Calibrated Teacher Observation System, Region 10 has created an asynchronous (on your own/self-paced) course to promote appraiser calibration. While this course is aligned with the TIA success factors, it also concentrates on appraiser calibration best practices that could be used by any district.
The course takes participants through three parts:
- Inter-rater Reliability with built in practice
- Calibration data analysis
The course is designed to provide information and allow for intentional practice that can be duplicated as a systematic process going forward.
presentation and documents.
Face-to-Face Calibration Training
This training uses the resources and protocols available in the Online Calibration Training but walks a campus/district administrative team in creating their own implementation plans for a calibration process. This training will involve creating timelines, systems, and procedures so it is imperative that participants come in teams, with access to their own information.
On-site Calibration Training
Contact Information to Request
This training is held on-site; district or campus wide. A member of the R10 TIA team will reach out upon district/campus request and discuss the onsite calibration training; tailoring the training to your needs.
R10 TIA Power Hour Series
Region 10 will host a series of LEAs from around the state that will highlight their systems for TIA. These districts will walk you through their structure related to TIA and provide an opportunity to support TIA related questions. While this series supports questions and helpful visuals for LEAs to observe, it is not designed for process duplication.
Missed the series? No problem!
All sessions will be recorded and available on the Region 10 TIA webpage. The recordings are free to districts that purchased the Region 10 Administrative Services Package. All non-Region 10 participants will pay $99.00 per person.