Thursday, October 2nd, 2014
Note to teachers: Think about the things you're already doing in the classroom that relate to our program reviews. Please consider submitting 2 to 3 pieces of evidence per month.  Complete the form below and attach files at the bottom to submit as evidence - lesson plans,, student work, etc. (Files can be any format - scanned images, PDF, video, photo, audio files, publisher, powerpoint, word, etc.)
*Not sure which demonstrator to choose for your evidence?  Here are a few helpful links to rubrics for each program area.
Rubrics: Arts and Humanities
, Writing , Practical Living & Career Studies,

Dem 1. Student Access - All students should have equitable access to high quality curriculum and instruction
Dem 2. Aligned and Rigorous Curriculum - An aligned and rigorous curriculum provides access to Kentucky Common Academic Standards (KCAS) for all students as defined by state standards.
Dem 3. Instructional Strategies - Teachers should implement instructional strategies that provide quality experiences, variety of activities, and access for all students.
Dem 4. Student Performance - All students have access to an aligned and rigorous curriculum, where instructional strategies are of high quality and inclusive, resulting in student performance at a consistently high level.
Dem 1. Health Education - All students hve equitable access to high quality, rigorous health education curriculum.
Dem 2. Physical Education - All students have equitable access to high quality, rigourous physical education curriculum
Dem 3. Consumerism - All students have equitable access to high quality, rigorous consumerism education curriculum.
Dem 4. Career Education - All students have access to high quality, rigourous career education curriculum.
Dem 5. ILP - Schools containing grades 6-12 implement the ILP as an effctive tool for career planning and continue using the tool to track a student's progress throughout their secondary school experience.
Dem 1. Assessment - Teachers should use multiple assessment processes to inform, guide, develop and revise instructional strategies and curriculum to enhance student learning and achievement.
Dem 2. Expectations for Student Learning - Teachers communicate consistently high expectations and use common standards for student learning in the content area.
Dem 3. Assessment for Teaching - Multiple assessemnts are used to inform, guide, develop and revise instructional strategies and curriculum to enhance student learning and achievement.
Dem 1. Opportunities - Professional development opportunities are planned with teacher learning needs in mind, and in response to data available about teacher practice and student learning.
Dem 2. Participation - Teachers participate in content-specific professional development designed to meet their needs.  All teachers participate in professional development focused on 21st century skills.
Dem 1. Policies and Monitoring - School leadership establishes and monitors implementation of policies, provides adequate resources, facilities, space and instructional time to support highly effective instructional programs.
Dem 2. Principal Leadership - Principals are the primary leaders of all program efforts, and support teacher leadership through shared leadership strategies and actions.

Items denoted with a red asterisk * are required.
 * Teacher
First Name
Last Name
 * Title of Your Evidence
 * Date

When did this activity occur? Date can be entered in any format (ex. Aug 1, 2012, 8/1/12)

 * Grade Level


Briefly describe the lesson or unit

 * Program Area

(Choose as many as applies)
Curriculum & Instruction - Arts & Humanities and Writing

Curriculum & Instruction - Prac. Living/Career Studies

Formative & Summative Assessment

Professional Developement