Guidebook 2018-2019Resident Educators analyze andreflect on their teaching, which iscritical to continuously improvingtheir teaching practice.Resident Educators have the abilityto choose their best practice tosubmit as evidence.All RESA submissions are reviewedby experienced Ohio educators whohave completed extensive training.Resident Educators will receivefeedback to improve theirpractice before the end of theschool year.Preparing ResidentEducators for the2018-2019 ResidentEducator SummativeAssessment (RESA)Ohio RESA Guidebook
Dear Ohio Resident Educator,Welcome to the 2018–2019 Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA)!The RESA is designed to provide the following benefits: Resident Educators analyze and reflect on their teaching, which is critical to continuouslyimproving as an educator. Resident Educators have the ability to choose their best practice to submit as evidence. Resident Educators receive Score Reports with comprehensive feedback on their submissionfrom an objective assessor who is an experienced Ohio educator and has completed extensivetraining. Resident Educators have time to use the comprehensive feedback to work with their mentorsand improve their practice before the end of the school year.Remember that multiple supports are available to you such as your local program coordinator andfacilitator. You may also reach out with questions about the Resident Educator program and RESAeligibility to REProgram@education.ohio.gov and to TeachForward at firstname.lastname@example.org fortechnical questions about the RESA submission process. On behalf of the Ohio Department ofEducation, thank you for all your efforts to refine and advance your teaching practice in the ResidentEducator Program!The Ohio Resident Educator Program TeamOhio RESA Guidebook 2018-2019
Table of ContentsOverview of the Ohio Resident Educator Summative Assessment . 1Lesson Reflection . 6Lesson Reflection Domains and Criteria . 14Glossary . 22RESA Submission and Scoring Policies . 24Ohio RESA System Requirements . 28Lesson Reflection Technical Reference Guide . 30RESA Modification Process. 35Accommodations for RESA Candidates with Documented Disabilities . 36Program Coordinator and Facilitator Guidelines . 38Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-2019
Overview of the Ohio Resident EducatorSummative AssessmentThe Ohio Department of Education (ODE) requires all Ohio teachers tobegin their careers in the Ohio Resident Educator Program, under a fouryear Resident Educator license or alternative Resident Educator license.Beginning teachers, known as Resident Educators, must complete all fouryears of the program and successfully pass the Resident EducatorSummative Assessment (RESA) in order to advance their license to afive-year professional license. The Resident Educator Program and theRESA are aligned to the Ohio Standards for the Teaching Profession(OSTP). The RESA’s Lesson Reflection is carefully designed to: Reflect and reinforce the goals of the OSTP and the ResidentEducator Program. Assess the skills developed within the Resident Educator Programthat positively impact student learning and achievement. Incorporate the developmental continuum of teachers’ practice andperformance.The RESA LessonReflection providesevidence of your teachingand its impact on studentlearning based on the OhioStandards for thePurposeTeaching Profession.The Ohio Resident Educator Program is a formal four-year program ofsupport for beginning teachers. As part of the Resident EducatorProgram, Resident Educators are assigned certified mentors to work withthem in the first two years of their teaching career. During their first twoyears of teaching, Resident Educators discover, practice, and refine theart and science of teaching, as they learn to self-assess, adjust theirteaching, reflect upon their progress, and strengthen their teachingpractices. Resident Educators are asked to demonstrate these teachingskills and assess their teaching performance by taking the RESA. TheRESA Lesson Reflection requires candidates to provide evidence ofteaching and its impact on student learning based on the OSTP. TheRESA was developed to be a part of Ohio’s multi-tiered teacher licensuresystem. RESA results are not intended to be used by a school or districtfor the evaluation of teacher performance or to make hiring decisions.Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-20191
DescriptionThe RESA requires candidates to demonstrate their knowledge and skills,as revealed in their day-to-day teaching. Performance assessmentsprovide direct evidence of what teachers do in the classroom, supportedby required written commentary that accurately reflects the daily work ofteachers.The RESA consists of one task, the Lesson Reflection. ResidentEducators are asked to provide evidence of how they implement theTeaching and Learning Cycle in their teaching to support importantlearning outcomes for all students. As participants in the assessment,Resident Educators will be prompted to reflect upon and synthesize whatthey have learned throughout the Resident Educator Program. Theevidence Resident Educators collect and the commentary they submitwill demonstrate their teaching proficiency and readiness for aprofessional license. The Lesson Reflection requires teachers to submitThe RESA Lessonthree items:Reflection asks ResidentEducators to provide Teaching and Learning Context Formevidence of how they Video recording of the lessonimplement the Teaching Video Commentary and Reflection Formand Learning Cycle.Templates for the forms can be downloaded from the Resources page ofthe Ohio RESA website or the online submission system in the What INeed to Know section. A detailed description of what teachers arerequired to do can be found in the Lesson Reflection section of thisGuidebook.Submission of WorkTo complete the Lesson Reflection, teachers will be given online accessto the RESA Submission System where they will be able to downloadresources and upload their work. Teachers will have access to twosections in the RESA Submission System: What I Need to Know andWhat I Need to Submit. In the What I Need to Know section, candidatescan access an online version of the Guidebook, a video tutorial on how toupload and submit work, and templates that must be downloaded andcompleted offline. In the What I Need to Submit section, teachers willupload their completed templates and video.Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-20192
RESA Scoring ProcessRESA assessors are all licensed teachers from the state of Ohio with atleast 10 years of teaching experience. Assessors undergo up to 10 hoursof online training, during which they learn how to consistently assess theevidence Resident Educators provide about their practice using thedomains and criteria for the assessment. Assessors also review therationales for feedback for different kinds and levels of evidence for eachaspect of the seven domains in the Lesson Reflection.To begin scoring RESA submissions, assessors must pass a certificationtest in which they score a set of sample submissions. Assessors mustmeet a minimum accuracy standard to pass certification. Assessorapplicants who fail to pass certification are deemed ineligible for scoringand do not have contact with candidate submissions.To control for bias, assessors are prohibited from scoring submissions ofAssessors for the RESAcandidates they might know, and they are asked to defer submissions ofare all licensed teacherscandidates whom they recognize. Throughout the scoring process,from the state of OhioTeachForward’s Ohio RESA team monitors assessors for accuracy.with at least 10 years ofRESA Readiness Assumptionsmust pass a certificationResident Educators who are prepared to take the RESA:they can review Understand the complexity of teaching and learning. Are in year 3 of the four-year Resident Educator Program. Or, localpolicies and procedures may permit a year 2 Resident Educator toparticipate in the RESA upon consultation with their local programcoordinator and mentor. Those who do take the RESA in year 2 arealso required to participate in mentoring. Complete the rigorous work of years 1 and 2 of the ResidentEducator Program by teaching in their area of license and bydeveloping sound habits of teaching: thinking, writing, practicing,conversing, planning, assessing, videotaping, collaborating, andreflecting on their teaching. Continually work toward developing the artful, skilled teaching thatresults from hours of practice, supported by deliberate feedback,collaborative observations, conversations, and intentional teachingadjustments.Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-2019teaching experience andtest on the RESA beforesubmissions.3
Connect their teaching practices to the OSTP, the Ohio Continuum ofProfessional Development, and the Teaching and Learning Cycle. Implement the Teaching and Learning Cycle both automatically andformally as they assess, plan, teach, reflect, and revise lessons andunits of study. Collect evidence and artifacts of their teaching journey (build arepertoire of practice). Recognize that the RESA asks them to showcase their teachingprogress, demonstrate how they implement the Teaching andLearning Cycle daily, and assess their teaching impact on studentlearning and achievement by responding to the self-reflectionquestions. Approach the RESA as a formal performance assessment thatrequires thoughtful and skillful attention. Understand that the successful completion of the RESA and fouryears of teaching in the Resident Educator Program lead toprofessional licensure.The RESA System openson October 15, 2018, andthe deadline for submittingthe Lesson Reflection isJanuary 11, 2019.After the deadline, nomaterials may be2018–2019 RESA Registration, Submission, and Scoring TimelineCORE Registration OpensAugust 1, 2018RESA Submission System OpensOctober 15, 2018CORE Registration DeadlineNovember 15, 2018Lesson Reflection DeadlineJanuary 11, 2019RESA Score Reports ReleasedMay 3, 2019submitted.For candidates to take the RESA, Program Coordinators must registerthem in the Connected Ohio Records for Educators (CORE) system byNovember 15.Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-20194
Guide to RESA SupportThe site, www.OhioRESA.com, is the source for all RESA informationincluding resources, important updates, and ongoing communications.Technical questions about activating RESA accounts or submitting formsand evidence should be directed to the RESA Help Desk by email@example.com. From December 12 to January 11, the RESAHelp Desk is also available by phone (toll free at 855-538-8634) Mondaythrough Friday (from 3 pm to 10 pm Eastern Time).Questions related to RESA eligibility, assessment modifications, and theResident Educator Program should be sent to the Ohio Department ofEducation at OhioRESA@education.ohio.gov. Licensure questions shouldbe directed to the Office of Educator Licensure. Candidates can also findinformation on the Ohio Department of Education Resident Educatorwebpage: -EducatorProgram.Questions related to RESAeligibility, assessmentmodifications, and theResident EducatorProgram should bedirected to the OhioDepartment of Education.All technical questionsabout your RESA accountor submitting work shouldgo to the RESA Help Desk.Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-20195
Lesson ReflectionPurposeIn the first two years of the Ohio Resident Educator Program, ResidentEducators (with the support of mentors) have systematically andcontinually engaged in inquiry and reflection as they implement theTeaching and Learning Cycle.In this Lesson Reflection, you are asked to record a single lesson thatdemonstrates your ability to teach meaningful content to your students.You will analyze your planning decisions for this lesson, choose anillustration of your actual teaching in a video segment that is up to 20consecutive minutes long, and reflect on the success of the entire lesson.The commentary you provide and video segment you choose will giveyou an opportunity to: Explain your learning outcomes for this lesson and why they areimportant in the context of the subject area this lesson represents. Explain your formative assessment strategy for this lesson. Demonstrate your instruction (using the video segment). Evaluate and reflect on the success of the entire lesson.submit the LessonReflection, which includesthe lesson video and twoforms, by January 11,2019.RESA candidates must submit the lesson video and commentary byFriday, January 11, 2019.What You Must Do1) Read the Lesson Reflection Domains and Criteria section beforeyou choose your lesson for recording.2) Choose a single lesson that allows you to demonstrate all of thefollowing:a) Important content clearly connected to your school and districtpriorities, Ohio’s Learning Standards, and/or national standardsfor subject areas that do not have Ohio’s Learning Standards (youcan review Ohio’s Learning Standards on the Ohio Department ofEducation website)b) Academically rigorous expectations for student learningOhio RESA Guidebook 2018-2019RESA candidates must6
c) Explanation and/or demonstration of academically rigorouscontentd) Direct engagement with students during the lesson—for example,questioning strategies, explanations of content, response tostudent inquiries, and other kinds of direct engagement withstudentse) Classroom environment conducive to learning—for example,positive and respectful interactions, appropriate student behavior,efficient routines and procedures, and student participationf)Intellectual engagement on the part of your students—not justthat they are compliant or enjoying an activity but that they arecognitively engaged and thinking about the learning that is thefocus of the lessonComplete the LessonReflection in 4 easy steps:g) Use of formative assessment to monitor student understandingand progress toward the learning outcomes of the lesson1.Record your lesson.2.Download andcomplete the Teaching3) Record the entire lesson. The video provides an opportunity for youto showcase particular elements of the lesson that you willsubsequently discuss on your Video Commentary and ReflectionForm. Do not edit the video before uploading to the website.and Learning ContextForm and the VideoCommentary andReflection Form.4) Upload the unedited video of the entire lesson to the website.Guidance on how to upload the video is provided in the RESASubmission System in the What I Need to Submit section. Afteruploading your video, indicate a single continuous segment that is upto 20 minutes long for the assessor’s review. Assessors will not viewany other part of the lesson video.5) Complete and upload the Teaching and Learning Context Form andthe Video Commentary and Reflection Form for the lesson you record.A sample template for each form is provided in this Guidebook. Donot submit the sample templates. The actual templates can bedownloaded from the Resources page of the Ohio RESA website orthe online submission system in the What I Need to Know section.Remember that this commentary and reflection must be your ownwork. It must not be written or edited by anyone else. Definitions ofspecific terminology used in the forms can be found in the Glossary.6) Preview your video and forms on the website to ensure they meet allthe requirements for scoring (see the Check Your Work Before YouSubmit section).7) Submit the following by clicking on the blue Submit button in theWhat I Need to Submit section of the Ohio RESA website:Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-201973.Upload both forms andyour classroom videoand select the 20minute video segmentonline after you haveuploaded the fullunedited video.4.After previewing yourvideo segment andboth forms, submit theLesson Reflection.
ü The entire lesson video with an identified lesson segment up to20 minutes longü The Teaching and Learning Context Formü The Video Commentary and Reflection FormKey Success Factors for the Lesson Reflection Read the Lesson Reflection Domains and Criteria section in itsentirety before you choose and record your lesson or write any of thelesson commentary. Understanding the basis for the lessonevaluation will inform the best choice for the Lesson Reflection. Use the list in the previous What You Must Do section as a checklistfor the lesson you choose to record and analyze for the LessonReflection. When completing the Video Commentary and Reflection, be certainthat you explicitly connect the lesson’s content focus to:ü The learning outcomes for the lessonü Its overall importance in the content area (Question 2)To help you in completingü How it illustrates relationships among important concepts in thediscipline (Question 3 for the overall lesson and Question 4 for theselected video segment)ü Your understanding of the prerequisite knowledge and skillsstudents need to achieve the learning outcomes for the lesson(Question 3 for the overall lesson and Question 4 for the selectedvideo segment) Reflection, refer to theWhat You Must Dosection. This checklist isalso available as adownloadable resource inthe online submissionsystem.Remember that your entire recorded lesson might well be longer thanthe 20-minute video segment. In your commentary, you may need toexplain what you planned or what took place in your classroom atother points in the lesson not shown in the video segment you havechosen for assessors to review. Assessors will not have access to thevideo beyond what is shown in the selected segment.Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-2019the RESA Lesson8
Check Your Work Before You Submit For your submission to be scored, it must meet the followingrequirements:ü Forms are visible and clearly legible. Candidates must previewtheir forms on the website to ensure every page is visible andclearly legible.ü Video’s sound, visual quality, and angle allow an assessor toclearly see and hear the students and Resident Educator. Notevery student needs to be visible; however, a majority of studentsneed to be visible and audible to clearly demonstrate the ResidentEducator’s direct engagement with the students and the students’intellectual engagement during the lesson.ü Video evidence is authentic, without editing or noticeable timelapses.ü Video segment shows a lesson conducted in a single class period.ü Video segment portrays the learning outcomes stated in theVideo Commentary and Reflection Form. Before submitting, checkWhen submitting authentic evidence sources, Resident Educatorsshould not select video segments in which the full names (first andlast names) of students are revealed. Submissions that includepersonally identifiable information (PII) of students, parents,caregivers, or others will be disqualified. PII includes but is not limitedto first and last names, phone numbers, non-school email addresses,mailing addresses, Social Security numbers, or anything else thatidentifies an individual specifically or would permit directcommunication with the individual. School identification is acceptable. The teaching evidence and analysis submitted as part of this LessonReflection must be your work and yours alone. Any ResidentEducator who cheats or tries to cheat on the RESA will receive afailing score and will be reported to the ODE Office of ProfessionalConduct. It is considered cheating to re-use video evidence from anypast RESA submission. Notice for Resident Educators in co-teaching assignments or forthose who teach with other adults in the room: If you are in a coteaching assignment and the other co-teacher is also submitting aLesson Reflection, you are prohibited from using the same lesson inyour Lesson Reflection. If you are teaching in the same room withanother adult, indicate whose teaching should be reviewed inQuestion 5 of the Teaching and Learning Context Form associatedwith the video (for example, “I’m the teacher in the blue shirt”).Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-20199that your video and audioare working, make sure allPII has been removed, andindicate how you will beidentified in the video ifyou are co-teaching withanother adult in the video.All work submitted mustbe your work and yoursalone.
Teaching and Learning Context Form**This is a sample template. The actual templates can be downloaded from the Ohio RESA website or the onlinesubmission system in the What I Need to Know section.Complete the following Teaching and Learning Context Form for the lesson you have selected toprovide information about the students in the class. Your responses on this form will provide criticalinformation that will help assessors understand and interpret the Lesson Reflection. Once you are readyto submit, you may upload the completed form to the RESA Submission System. You are advised tokeep a copy of this completed form for your records.1. School Setting/EnvironmentSetting:For example: traditional elementary/middle/high school; school for the blind; magnet school for science andMROFEmathematics; online education program; juvenile detention center.2. Identify the subject area and title of the course (for example, third-grade reading or U.S. History1) in which this lesson was taught.Subject:3. Grade Level/sGrade Level:LPMAS4. Number of Students in This ClassTotal Number of Students:English Language Learners:Students with Learning Disabilities:Gifted and Talented Students:Students with Exceptionalities*:*Exceptionalities include the following categories: developmental delays, emotional and behavioraldisorders, communication disorders, hearing disabilities, visual impairments, and physical disabilities.5. If there are other adults or you are co-teaching with someone else in the video, please describehow you are to be identified in the video.Please explain how you will beidentified in the video:Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-201910
Guidelines for Recording VideoThe video provides an opportunity for you to showcase particularelements of the lesson that you will discuss in your commentary. Taketime to carefully choose the video segment that provides the clearestdemonstration of the lesson elements that you will write about in yourcommentary. Careful selection of the video segment is itself an act ofself-reflection, which is one of the most important practices of effectiveteachers.You should record and upload a video of an entire lesson. Do not edit thevideo prior to uploading it to the RESA Submission System. After youhave uploaded the entire lesson, you will select one continuous segmentfrom the lesson to illustrate your teaching skills. The selected segmentshould be up to 20 consecutive minutes long.Please be aware that assessors will be looking for evidence of effectiveinstruction in your video. Please make efforts to select the necessaryTo help you in completingamount of video to showcase your best teaching.the RESA LessonReflection, refer to theWhat You Must Do sectionof the Guidebook.Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-201911
Video Commentary and Reflection Form**This is a sample template. The actual templates can be downloaded from the Ohio RESA website or the onlinesubmission system in the What I Need to Know section.Complete the following Video Commentary and Reflection Form about the learning outcomes andoverall structure of the lesson you have selected. This lesson overview must describe the lesson youcaptured in the video.Each response should be complete and concise. Each response should not exceed 250 words(approximately half a page, single-spaced). For some responses, you may choose to respond in abulleted list, in whole or in part.We suggest that you write a first draft and carefully edit before you complete each answer on this form.Once you are satisfied with the form, you may upload it along with the Teaching and Learning ContextForm and the video.MROFE1. List the learning outcomes for this lesson, in the table below, and explain (a) why the outcomesare academically rigorous and (b) how they are connected to your school and/or district prioritiesand Ohio’s Learning Standards or relevant national standards if Ohio’s Learning Standards donot apply. (Lesson Reflection Domain 1)LPMASList the learning outcomes.Explain why these learning outcomes are academically rigorous.How are these learning outcomes connected to both your school and/or district prioritiesand Ohio’s Learning Standards or relevant national standards?2. Describe the selected lesson’s content focus and its importance to the overall content area.(Lesson Reflection Domain 2)Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-201912
3. Describe the prior knowledge and skills (including general language skills and academic languageskills) students must have in order to achieve the learning outcomes for this lesson. Be sure todemonstrate your knowledge of how important concepts in the discipline relate to one anotherand your understanding of prerequisite relationships among topics and concepts that studentsneed in order to understand the focus of this lesson. (Lesson Reflection Domain 2)Describe anything that happened in your classroom just prior to the selected video segment that youbelieve will help the assessor understand the context. (“Just prior” means that it occurred in theminutes before the segment you have chosen begins or, in the case of a segment that shows thebeginning of the class, the day before this class.) This response is provided as context for theassessment of your analyses below. This critical information will help assessors understand andinterpret the parts of the submission that are the focus of evaluative feedback.4. What aspect of the content focus of this lesson is illustrated in the video segment? Why is thisaspect of the content focus important? Be sure that you point out how the content focus of thevideo illustrates relationships among important concepts in the discipline and how yourunderstanding of prerequisite relationships among topics and concepts in the discipline isdemonstrated in this segment. (Lesson Reflection Domain 2)5. Describe the specific method of formative assessment you used to assess student progresstoward the learning outcomes for this lesson. Why is this method useful as a check-in point forstudent progress toward the learning outcomes of this lesson? (Lesson Reflection Domain 6)6. How successful was this entire lesson in relation to the learning outcomes stated in your lessonoverview? Be specific in your answer and explain what evidence (e.g., student behaviors,responses) supports your answer. (Lesson Reflection Domain 7)7. Which of your selected instructional strategies for this entire lesson was/were most successful insupporting the range of student understandings and varied learning needs of students in thisclass? (Lesson Reflection Domain 7)8. Which instructional strategies, if any, would you change in re-teaching this lesson and why?Explain what you would do instead. If you would not change anything, explain why. (LessonReflection Domain 7)Ohio RESA Guidebook 2018-201913
Lesson Reflection Domains and CriteriaLesson Reflection Domain 1: Quality of Learning OutcomesEvidence Source: Resident Educator’s response to Question 11. List the learning outcomes for this lesson, in the table below, and explain (a) why the outcomes areacademically rigorous and (b) how they are connected to your school and/or district priorities andOhio’s Learning Standards or relevant national standards if Ohio’s Learning Standards do not apply.CriterionAssessors are looking for the extent to which the teacher’s stated learning outcomes as a whole arecharacterized by most of the following: high expectations for students consistent evidence of academic rigor in the discipline clear and specific connection with school and/or district curriculum priorities and state academiccontent standardsEvidenceStrongWeak High expectations for studentsConsistent evidence of academic rigor in the disciplineClear and specific connection with standards and prioritiesSome high expectations for studentsSome indication of high levels of academic rigor in the disciplineGenerally clear connection to standards and prioritiesModerate expectations for studentsModerate academic rigor in the disciplineVague or unclear connection to standards and prioritiesLow expectations for studentsLack of academic rigor in the disciplineOhio RESA Guidebook 2018-201914
Lesson Reflection Domain 2: Teacher’s Knowledge of ContentEvidence Source: Resident Educator’s responses to Questions 2, 3, and 4 and the video segment2. Describe the selected lesson’s content focus and its importance to the overall content area.3. Describe the prior knowledge and skills (including general language skills and academic languageskills) students must have in order to achieve the learning outcomes for this lesson. Be sure todemonstrate your knowledge of how important concepts in the discipline relate to one another andyour understan
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