Stude
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 43

Stude n t/School Learni n g Ob j ecti v es PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 83 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Stude n t/School Learni n g Ob j ecti v es. An O v e r vi e w of the WI E du ca t or E f f e c ti v en e ss p r ocess f or d e v elopin g Stude n t/Scho o l Learning Objecti v es. Connec t or. Can y ou do the f oll o wing in the c o nt e x t of y our specific job as t e a ch er ?

Download Presentation

Stude n t/School Learni n g Ob j ecti v es

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Stude n t school learni n g ob j ecti v es

Student/SchoolLearningObjectives

AnOverview oftheWIEducatorEffectivenessprocessfordevelopingStudent/SchoolLearning Objectives.


Connec t or

Connector

Canyoudo the following inthecontextofyourspecificjobas teacher?

Identifywhatstudentsare supposedtoknowandbeableto doin

theirtimewithyouas buildingleaderorclassroomleader?

Assesswhere theyare in their baselineabilitiesas they relateto thoseskills?

Assesstheirperiodic growthoverthetimethey are with you?


Stude n t school learni n g ob j ecti v es

OUTCOMES

Participants will:

  • •UnderstandtherelationshipoftheSLOtothe

  • largersystemofEducatorEffectiveness

  • •UnderstandthekeycomponentsofaqualitySLO

  • PracticewritingSLOs


Stude n t school learni n g ob j ecti v es

Ifwearetrulygoing to transformour schools intoplaceswhereeach andeverystudentis meeting and exceedingstandards,wewill first need toshiftourthinkingtofocuson theresults thatwewant.

Conzemius&ONeill (2006)


The e du c a t or e f f ecti v eness s y s t em

The EducatorEffectivenessSystem

50%


2013 14 prin c ipal ou t c o me measu r es

2013-14PrincipalOutcomeMeasures

State AssessmentGrowth

22.5%

StudentLearningObjectives

50%

SchoolwideReading Growth/GraduationRatesDistrictChoice

22.5%

PrincipalPractice

2.5%

2.5%


2013 14 t eacher ou t c o me measu r es

2013-14TeacherOutcomeMeasures

StudentLearning Objectives

45%

SchoolwideReading Growth/GraduationRates

50%

DistrictChoice

TeacherPractice

2.5%

2.5%


R e quired numb e r of s l os

REQUIREDNUMBER OFSLOS

  • All educators must develop 2 SLOs annually for a maximum of 6 SLOs in a rating year.

SLO #1

SLO #2

StudentOutcomes

StudentOutcomes

So that….

So that….


R e quired numb e r of s l os1

REQUIREDNUMBER OFSLOS

  • PPGs are also required annually.

  • PPG = Professional Practice Goal aligned to the SLO.

PPG

InstructionalPractice

I will….


Go al alignme n t

Goal Alignment

EducatorEvaluationPlan(EEP)

SLO

PPG

StudentOutcomes

InstructionalPractice

I will….

So that….

PDP

(Licensure)

49


T urn and t alk

Turn andTalk

  • Turntoyourtable mates andtalk aboutwhat youjustlearnedrelated tothe educator effectivenesssystem andthe SLOprocess.

  • Whatquestionsdoyouhave so far?

10


D e finition of s l o

Definitionof SLO

Student/SchoolLearningObjectives(SLO)are

detailed,measurablegoalsforstudentacademicgrowthtobeachievedinaspecificperiodoftime(typicallyan academicyear),basedonpriorstudentlearningdata,and developedcollaborativelybyeducatorsandtheir evaluators.*

*Theprocessshouldalso include colleagues, coaches,andpeersinthe development andreviewofSLOs,particularlyin formativeevaluation years.


Dual me a ning of the t erm s l o

Dual Meaning of theTermSLO

1.PRINCIPALS - SchoolLearningObjectives

Goalsestablishedby thebuildingprincipal,but arefocusedatthe

schoollevel

2.TEACHERS-StudentLearningObjectives

Academic growthor attainmentgoalsfor entireclassroomsor a

targetedpopulationwithinaclassroom/gradelevel

Establishedbyindividualteachersor teams ofteachers


Stude n t school learni n g ob j ecti v es

Sample Student/SchoolLearning Objective

School LearningObjective(Principal):

ByMay2014,80%of studentsinGrades3-5

whoscoredbelowproficiencyonthe district writingassessmentadministeredinthefall

willincreasetheirscorestotheproficient level

asmeasured bythe districtwriting assessmentrubricinthespring.

StudentLearningObjective(Teacher):

ByMay2014,80%ofmystudents

whoscoredbelowproficiencyonthe district writingassessmentadministeredinthefall

willincreasetheirscorestotheproficient level

asmeasured bythe districtwriting assessmentrubricinthespring.


The s l o p r ocess

THESLOProcess

Step1:

ReviewDataandPrepare

NotApproved

  • Pre-Steps

  • What content (knowledge, skills or understandings) do you want to assess as a baseline?

  • What assessment process will you use to measure this content?

SLO

Step2:

ReviewandApproveSLO

Step3:

CollectEvidence and

ConductMid-YearReview

Step4:

ReviewandScore

Approved


Slo step 1

  • Reviewstudent baselinedata and evidenceto identifyneeds andtarget

  • populations.

  • Forteachers,student data could includeprioryearassessments,portfoliosof work,pre-tests,etc.

  • Basedonstudentneeds, setstudent growthtargetsandselectan assessmentorevidencesourcethatwillbe usedto measure growth.

  • Final evidencesourcescanincludenationally-normedassessments,districtcommon assessments,teacherdevelopedassessments,rubrics usedtoscorestudentwork, etc.FinalevidenceshouldnotincludeWKCE/SmarterBalanced.

Step1:

ReviewDataandPrepare

SLO

Step2:

ReviewandApproveSLO

Step3: CollectEvidenceand

ConductMid-YearReview

Step4: ReviewandScore

SLO Step 1

NotApproved

Approved


Slo step 2

Step1:

  • Educatorssubmit SLOstotheir

  • evaluator.

ReviewData and Prepare SLO

SLO Step 2

NotApproved

  • Evaluatorsapprove SLOsorrecommend revisions.

  • Evaluatorsshouldwork with educatorstoreviewand revisetheSLOifneeded(coaching conversations).

Step2:

ReviewandApproveSLO

Step3:

CollectEvidence and

ConductMid-YearReview

Step4:

ReviewandScore

Approved


Slo step 3

Step1:

  • EducatorscollectevidenceofstudentprogresstowardmeetingSLOgoals.

ReviewData and Prepare SLO

Step2:

Reviewand ApproveSLO

Step3:

CollectEvidence and

ConductMid-YearReview

Step4:

Reviewand Score

SLO Step 3

NotApproved

  • Educatorsandtheirevaluatorwill conducta mid-yearreviewtoassess studentprogresstowardmeeting SLOgoals.

  • Adjustmentstogoalonlyifevidencewarrantsadjustment.Use caution. Examples:chronicabsence,transienttargetpopulation.

Approved


Slo step 4

  • Attheend ofthe SLOcycle,educators submitfinalassessmentresults and evidenceor otherSLOdocumentation totheirevaluator.

  • EvaluatorsreviewSLOresults and assignafinalscoreorratingusinga rubric.

  • Evaluatorsdiscuss theresults with educatorsduringanendofyearconference.

  • Use resultsto informgoals and professionaldevelopmentforthefollowingschoolyear.

Step1:

ReviewData and Prepare SLO

Step2:

Reviewand ApproveSLO

Step3: CollectEvidenceand

ConductMid-YearReview

Step4:

Reviewand Score

NotApproved

SLO Step 4

Approved


Stude n t school learni n g ob j ecti v es

Introductionto StudentLearningObjectives


Stude n t school learni n g ob j ecti v es

Whatareyoualreadydoingtosetgoals

  • aroundstudentacademicgrowth?

  • Which ofthese practicesdoyoualready engagein?

  • What mightyouneed todotoready yourself, yourteam,andyour buildingfor these practices?


Slo resources

SLO Resources

  • DPI Website: http://ee.dpi.wi.gov/

  • LiveBinder Resources: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=950308&backurl=/shelf/my

  • SLO Guidebook: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=950308&backurl=/shelf/my#anchor

  • SLO Info Brief: http://ee.dpi.wi.gov/files/ee/pdf/IB3_SLOs.pdf


Slos are sma r t goals

SLOs are SMARTGoals

  • Specific

  • Goalis focusedonspecificandkeyareasof need

  • Measurable

  • Anappropriateevidencesourceisidentified

  • Attainable

  • Thegoaliswithin theteacher’s control

  • Results-based

  • Progresstowardthegoalcan bemonitored

  • Time-bound

  • Thereisa cleardeadlineforthegoal


H o w sma r t is this g oal

HowSMARTis thisgoal?

TeacherA–SecondGrade

Duringthisschool year,mystudentswill improveon

wordknowledgeanddecoding,andreading

comprehension.


R e vi e wing t eacher a s sma r t goal

ReviewingTeacherA’s SMARTGoal


R e vising t eacher a s goal

RevisingTeacherA’s Goal

Original Goal:

Duringthisschoolyear,mystudentswill improveonword knowledgeanddecoding,andreadingcomprehension.

RevisedGoal:

By May,studentswhoarebelowgradelevelinreadingcomprehensionwillincreasetheirinstructionalreading levelby1.5yearsasdemonstratedbytheirFountasand PinnellBenchmarkAssessmentlevel.


H o w sma r t is this g oal1

HowSMARTis thisgoal?

TeacherB– Elementary PhysicalEducation

100%ofthirdgraderswhohadnotmetbenchmarkbythe endof2ndgradewilldemonstrateproficiencylocomotor skills asdescribedonlevel3ofthestandards-based observationalassessmentrubric(rubricattached) (Standard1).


R e vi e wing t eacher b s s ma r t goal

ReviewingTeacherB’s SMARTGoal

30


R e vising t eacher b s goal

RevisingTeacherB’s Goal

Original Goal:

100% ofthirdgraderswhohadnotmetbenchmarkbytheend of2ndgradewilldemonstrateproficiencylocomotorskillsasdescribedon level3ofthestandards-basedobservational assessmentrubric(rubricattached) (Standard1).

RevisedGoal:

BytheendofMarch2015, 90%ofthe44%ofthirdgraderswhohadnot metbenchmarkbytheend of2ndgradewilldemonstrateproficiencyon5 outof7locomotorskillsasdescribed onlevel3ofthestandards-basedobservationalassessmentrubric(rubricattached)(Standard1).

31


Slo planning template use this template to plan your slo you will enter it in teachscape eventually

SLO Planning TemplateUse this template to plan your SLO.You will enter it in Teachscape eventually.


Fine arts samples

Fine Arts Samples

  • DPI link

  • https://sites.google.com/a/dpi.wi.gov/fineartspd/slo-arts


Stude n t school learni n g ob j ecti v es

BeginningofYear

Step1:

ReviewDataandPrepare

SLO

Step2:

ReviewandApproveSLO

Step3:

CollectEvidence and

ConductMid-YearReview

Step4:

ReviewandScore

  • Pre-Steps

  • What content (knowledge, skills or understandings) do you want to assess as a baseline?

  • What assessment process will you use to measure this content?

NotApproved

Approved

90% ofSLOworktakes placeduringthe beginningoftheyear.


S l o planning t empl a t e

SLOPlanningTemplate

SMART Goal


K e y cha r ac t eri s tics of s l o plan s

KeyCharacteristicsof SLO Plans

BaselineData and Rationale

Whydidyouchoosethis objectiveand whatsourcesof datadidyou examine?

LearningContent

Which contentstandard(s)and/or skillsdoesthe objectiveaddress?(e.g., CommonCore)

Population

Whichstudentsareincludedin this objective?

Interval

Whattimeframeis involved?(typically year-long)

EvidenceSources

Howwillyoumeasuretheobjective?

TargetedGrowth/Attainment

Whatis yourgoal forstudent

growth/attainment?

Strategies/InstructionalPractices

Whatmethodsorinterventionswill youuseto supportthis SLO? Identify relatedDomainsandComponents.

Support

Whatinstructional supportor professionaldevelopmentisnecessary toaccomplishthisSLO?


Group slo practice task 1 slo smart goal task 2 slo planning template

Group SLO Practice

Task #1 – SLO SMART Goal

Task #2 – SLO Planning Template


Task 1 slo activity write an slo smart goal

TASK #1:SLO Activity-Write an SLO SMART Goal

Organize with a partner or in a small group.

Discuss and select an assessment to be used as a baseline assessment (pre-steps).

Determine how you would analyze the data from the assessment.

Determine how you would select students for the SLO target.

Write a SMART SLO goal statement together using this assessment.

Write the sample SLO on chart paper to share.


Task 2 practice completing the slo planning template

TASK #2: Practice completing the SLO Planning Template

  • After writing the SLO SMART goal statement

  • Try completing the entire planning template – either individually or as a group


Bring back to share

Bring Back to Share

  • Chart paper with SMART goal

  • Your SLO Planning Template


S l o r e vi e w ca r ousel

SLO ReviewCarousel

  • Walk aroundtheroomandreviewtheSLOs.

  • Writecommentsonpost-itnotesandattachthemto

  • thechartpaper.Consider:

  • DoestheSLOfollowSMARTgoalcriteria?

  • Whatfeedbackmightyouprovidetostrengthenthe SLO?


Consider how you would r e vise the s l o

Consider how you would Revisethe SLO


S l o se l ec t io n ap p r o v al rubric guide

SLO Selection/ApprovalRubric/Guide


Rubric reflection

Rubric Reflection

With a partner, use the rubric to review the SLO template.

How does this approval rubric guide the development of an SLO?


Additio n al s l o r esou r ces

AdditionalSLOResources

EducatorEffectivenessWebsite:

http://ee.dpi.wi.gov/

SLOInformation Brief:

http://ee.dpi.wi.gov/files/ee/pdf/IB3_SLOs.pdf

LiveBinder SLOToolkit:

http://bit.ly/170d4sU

SLORepository:

http://bit.ly/1dmJ0us

Fine Arts Examples

https://sites.google.com/a/dpi.wi.gov/fineartspd/slo-arts

75


  • Login