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Significance and Student Growth with KEEP . September 4, 2013 Adobe Connect Webinar Bill Bagshaw, Kayeri Akweks - KSDE. WAIVER - Principle 3. Supporting Effective Instruction and Leadership. Implement teacher and principal evaluation and support systems that:

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significance and student growth with keep

Significance and Student Growth with KEEP

September 4, 2013

Adobe Connect Webinar

Bill Bagshaw, Kayeri Akweks - KSDE

supporting effective instruction and leadership

WAIVER - Principle 3

Supporting Effective Instruction and Leadership

Implement teacher and principal evaluation and support systems that:

  • Are used for continual improvement of instruction
  • Use at least 3 performance levels
  • Use multiple measures including student growth as significant factor
  • Are used to evaluate on a regular basis
  • Provide clear, timely, and useful feedback
  • Are used to inform personnel decisions
types of assessments

Multiple Measures

Types of Assessments

We are ALSO looking at assessments that measure more than academic preparedness, such as:

21st Century Skills

Critical Thinking

Employability

Technical Skills

SBoE has previously approved the College and Career Ready definition.

builder leaders and teachers co construct the educator evaluation

Co-Construct

Builder Leaders and Teachers Co-Construct the Educator Evaluation

Multiple Measures

Locally Determined Selections – from default list or KSDE other approved measures

Validation – REL, KSDE content area specialists, or LEA able to meet valid and reliable criteria

Significant Student Growth

Determining significance

– Matrix, Other Examples

Establishing timeline for growth

– Student Growth Percentile

measures to use

Multiple Measures

Measures to Use
  • State assessments must be used
  • Include assessment measures currently in use in your district
  • Shared credit/responsibility for student growth subject to local decision making
  • Time for student growth 1-4 years
significance definition

Define Significance

Significance Definition
  • The change in student achievement for an individual student between two points in time, determined using multiple measures
  • To include gains and progress toward post-secondary and workforce readiness
  • To include progress in academic and functional goals in an individualized education program or meeting academic student growth objectives
5th grade curriculum standards

85%

5th Grade Curriculum Standards

EXAMPLE

Grade Level Expectation

85%

Assuming 85% of students exiting 4th grade accomplished 4th grade curriculum, the expectation would be at least the same amount of growth would occur by completion of the 5th grade, or on any given measure used.

Example: In a class of 24 students, 20 students would be above the Grade Level Expectation line by the end of the Academic Year.

24 x .85 = 20.2

This scenario would indicate significance.

Reference: Blue Print for Reform

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Matrix Used to Determine

Summative Evaluation Rating

8/6/2013

matrix used to determine summative evaluation rating rules
Matrix Used to Determine Summative Evaluation Rating Rules
  • Must meet all three student growth measures to be considered highly effective.
  • Must meet at least two student growth measures to be considered effective.
  • Can only be considered developing if meeting only one student growth measure.
  • Can only be rated one performance level higher than the lowest summary rating.
  • When all summary ratings are the same, that rating becomes the performance level.
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Highly Effective

Ineffective

Developing

Effective

Goal

1.1 Learner Development: The teacher planned instruction based on the learning and developmental levels of all students.

Sources of Evidence for Planning Instruction Based on the Learning and Developmental Levels of All Students

  • Differentiated lesson plans
  • Student work sample
  • Assessment data
  • Teacher reflection
multiple measures and significance summary

Define Significance

Multiple Measures and Significance Summary
  • Teachers and Leaders evaluations include multiple measures as evidence
  • Kansas is defining “significance” as demonstrating student growth using MORE than one measure
  • Must consider state assessments
  • May include assessment measures currently in use in your district
  • Validity of the Measure must be pre-determined for any appropriate measure
  • Locally determine credit/responsibility for student growth
  • Time for student growth 1-4 years
new keep guided practice

KEEP Guided Practice

NEW !! KEEP Guided Practice
  • http://training.ksde.org/keep/trainingportal/web/index.htm
  • New Online Training – open 24/7
  • Individualized and Repeatable
  • Includes multiple forms of Learning
  • Available from links on the KEEP Webpage
  • Must have JAVA enabled
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KEEP Webpage

http://www.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=4400

  • News and Announcements
  • KEEP Repository Registration
  • KEEP Training Materials and Schedule
  • Archives with Materials of Previous Trainings and Meetings
  • Assurances Information
  • Kansas Flexibility Waiver Materials
questions
Questions ??

Contacts:

Bill Bagshaw,

Assistant Director

Teacher Licensure

& Accreditation

[email protected]

785.296.2198

Kayeri Akweks,

Education Program Consultant

Teacher Education and Licensure

[email protected]

785.296.5140

An Equal Employment/Educational Opportunity Agency

The Kansas State Department of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

KSDE General Counsel, 120 SE 10th Ave., Topeka, KS 66612; 785-296-3201

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