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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 ?

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Student/SchoolLearningObjectives

AnOverview oftheWIEducatorEffectivenessprocessfordevelopingStudent/SchoolLearning Objectives.


Connector

Canyoudo the following inthecontextofyourspecificjobas teacher?

Identifywhatstudentsare supposedtoknowandbeableto doin

theirtimewithyouas buildingleaderorclassroomleader?

Assesswhere theyare in their baselineabilitiesas they relateto thoseskills?

Assesstheirperiodic growthoverthetimethey are with you?


OUTCOMES

Participants will:

  • •UnderstandtherelationshipoftheSLOtothe

  • largersystemofEducatorEffectiveness

  • •UnderstandthekeycomponentsofaqualitySLO

  • PracticewritingSLOs


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

Conzemius&ONeill (2006)


The EducatorEffectivenessSystem

50%


2013-14PrincipalOutcomeMeasures

State AssessmentGrowth

22.5%

StudentLearningObjectives

50%

SchoolwideReading Growth/GraduationRatesDistrictChoice

22.5%

PrincipalPractice

2.5%

2.5%


2013-14TeacherOutcomeMeasures

StudentLearning Objectives

45%

SchoolwideReading Growth/GraduationRates

50%

DistrictChoice

TeacherPractice

2.5%

2.5%


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….


REQUIREDNUMBER OFSLOS

  • PPGs are also required annually.

  • PPG = Professional Practice Goal aligned to the SLO.

PPG

InstructionalPractice

I will….


Goal Alignment

EducatorEvaluationPlan(EEP)

SLO

PPG

StudentOutcomes

InstructionalPractice

I will….

So that….

PDP

(Licensure)

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Turn andTalk

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

  • Whatquestionsdoyouhave so far?

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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 Meaning of theTermSLO

1.PRINCIPALS - SchoolLearningObjectives

Goalsestablishedby thebuildingprincipal,but arefocusedatthe

schoollevel

2.TEACHERS-StudentLearningObjectives

Academic growthor attainmentgoalsfor entireclassroomsor a

targetedpopulationwithinaclassroom/gradelevel

Establishedbyindividualteachersor teams ofteachers


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.


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


  • 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


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


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


  • 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


Introductionto StudentLearningObjectives


Whatareyoualreadydoingtosetgoals

  • aroundstudentacademicgrowth?

  • Which ofthese practicesdoyoualready engagein?

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


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 SMARTGoals

  • Specific

  • Goalis focusedonspecificandkeyareasof need

  • Measurable

  • Anappropriateevidencesourceisidentified

  • Attainable

  • Thegoaliswithin theteacher’s control

  • Results-based

  • Progresstowardthegoalcan bemonitored

  • Time-bound

  • Thereisa cleardeadlineforthegoal


HowSMARTis thisgoal?

TeacherA–SecondGrade

Duringthisschool year,mystudentswill improveon

wordknowledgeanddecoding,andreading

comprehension.


ReviewingTeacherA’s SMARTGoal


RevisingTeacherA’s Goal

Original Goal:

Duringthisschoolyear,mystudentswill improveonword knowledgeanddecoding,andreadingcomprehension.

RevisedGoal:

By May,studentswhoarebelowgradelevelinreadingcomprehensionwillincreasetheirinstructionalreading levelby1.5yearsasdemonstratedbytheirFountasand PinnellBenchmarkAssessmentlevel.


HowSMARTis thisgoal?

TeacherB– Elementary PhysicalEducation

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


ReviewingTeacherB’s SMARTGoal

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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).

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


Fine Arts Samples

  • DPI link

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


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.


SLOPlanningTemplate

SMART Goal


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


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

  • After writing the SLO SMART goal statement

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


Bring Back to Share

  • Chart paper with SMART goal

  • Your SLO Planning Template


SLO ReviewCarousel

  • Walk aroundtheroomandreviewtheSLOs.

  • Writecommentsonpost-itnotesandattachthemto

  • thechartpaper.Consider:

  • DoestheSLOfollowSMARTgoalcriteria?

  • Whatfeedbackmightyouprovidetostrengthenthe SLO?


Consider how you would Revisethe SLO


SLO Selection/ApprovalRubric/Guide


Rubric Reflection

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

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


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

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