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Student Growth Goals Part 2- “How much Growth”. Last week. Who: 8.1- the 9 th grade team 6.1- the 9 th grade class 3.1 –the Special Eduction /ELL/LAP students. Learning goals for today . Teachers will understand the state’s expectations for growth in the goals

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last week
Last week
  • Who:
  • 8.1- the 9th grade team
  • 6.1- the 9th grade class
  • 3.1 –the Special Eduction/ELL/LAP students
learning goals for today
Learning goals for today
  • Teachers will understand the state’s expectations for growth in the goals
  • SGP- Student growth percentage
  • Teachers will create a realistic goal from data that addresses the “how much” question using current data.
student growth percentile
Student growth Percentile
  • A student growth percentile (SGP) describes a student’s growth compared to other students with similar prior test scores (their academic peers).
  • Teacher Questions:
  • Did my students grow adequately toward meeting state standards?
  • How much growth do my students need to become proficient?
  • Are there students with unusually low growth who need special attention?
  • Student growth percentile
sources of data for sgp
Sources of data for SGP
  • OSPI –Reports
  • WAMS
  • MAP
  • Classroom assessments
part two how much
Part two- how much
  • Go to a site that provides you with information about where your students are. This may be a NWEA site, skyward, EOC/MSP/DAPE/HSPE results.
  • Looking at your students decided the following
  • What is a realistic growth target for
  • 8.1 Us, as a team, to work toward?
  • 6.1 The class as a whole to reach?
  • 3.1 This specific sub-group to reach?
  • How many could realistically reach this: 60%? 80% 90% 100%
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SGG
  • 6.1 In the 9th grade class, 90% of all students will increase their _________________ by ____________________ between ___________________ and _________________ as determined by ________________________________
  • 3.1 Special education students that qualify in reading and writing will increase their _____________________ on _______________________ between ___________________ and ______________________ as determined by ___________________________
  • 8.1 The 9th grade team will meet bi-monthly after assessing data and look at strategies to improve informational text scores for all students.
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