What is the Educator Effectiveness System?
The Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness System is a performance-based evaluation system designed to improve the education of all students in the state of Wisconsin by supporting guided, individualized, self-determined professional growth and development of educators.
Working on the Work (WOW) is a series of statewide events for 2015-16 offered at no cost to district participants (regardless of model of evaluating practice). These events are dedicated to creating conditions that deepen the understanding, use, and impact of the EE System, while reducing local burden.
Latest News & Resources
August 25, 2015 - Detailed Update on 2015 Teachscape Platform
Detailed update and information regarding the 2015-16 evaluation plans in the Teachscape online platform.
August 3, 2015 - UPDATED FOR 2015-16: SLO Guidebook
This guidebook provides guidance on the SLO process, alignment, and resources for completing the process.
July 24, 2015 - NEW RESOURCE: EE Implementation Guide
This guide is developed to help local leadership teams (regardless of practice evaluation model) to self-assess and chart a course to maximize the positive impacts of the System.
July 10, 2015 - UPDATED FOR 2015-16: SLO & Outcome Summary Process & Scoring Guide
DPI has shifted the outcomes measures to best serve educators by providing pertinent, actionable data and feedback. The updated scoring guide and rubric details the shift and what it means for educators in 2015-16.
June 24, 2015 - Instructions for entering WISEid's in Teachscape
DPI model districts must enter WISEid's or EFN's in Teachscape for every user in order to prepare for state data reporting. Details, deadlines, and how-to screenshots are included in this document.