What is eTPES?
The Ohio Teacher and Principal Evaluation Systems (eTPES) is an online educator evaluation system for statewide use by Ohio districts and schools. Evaluators can collect and store growth and improvement plans, evidence and documented observations to determine educator performance based upon defined rubrics.
What is OTES Ohio?
The Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) was created in response to this mandate and designed to be used to assess the performance of Ohio teachers. ... The OTES is designed to be research-based, transparent, fair and adaptable to the specific contexts of Ohio's districts (rural, urban, suburban, large, and small).
How do I become an OTES evaluator?
LEA credentialed evaluators must:
- possess the proper certification/ licensure to be an evaluator or are LEA trained and approved peer evaluators,
- have been approved as an evaluator by the local board of education,
- have completed state-sponsored OTES training, and.
- have passed the online assessment using the OTES rubric.
What are the two key components of Ohio's educator evaluation system?
Teacher performance and student academic growth are the two key components of Ohio's evaluation system.