Origin of the PPR

Professional Practices Rubric
Part I:  PPR Introduction and Background
Clip #1 - Superintendent Tim Hanner discusses the Kenton County Schools Professional Practice Rubric (PPR) as an innovative tool to improve the evaluation process and to foster professional growth. 

Clip #2a & Clip #2b – Representatives from the PPR Committee discuss the 3-year collaborative process to develop a more effective tool to improve the evaluation process and to guide high quality instruction in the Kenton County School District.

Part II:  Demonstration Scenarios
Introduction – Superintendent Tim Hanner discusses the scenario-based training video clips demonstrating teacher/principal interaction within the PPR evaluation process.

Clip #1 –This scenario video demonstrates a live Professional Practices Growth Plan (PPGP) review with a teacher at the beginning of a non-evaluation year.

Clip #2 – This scenario video demonstrates a live simulative review conference with a teacher in an evaluation year.

Clip #3 – This scenario video demonstrates a live mid-year Professional Practices Growth Plan review initiated by the teacher who has completed an objective.

Clip #4– This scenario video demonstrates a live simulative review conference between a principal and her evaluator using the Kenton County Schools Leadership Rubric.