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Stronge Teacher Effectiveness Performance Evaluation System. Student Growth Objectives. Before We Begin…. Who uses Student Growth Objectives (SGOs)? How are they used?. Proposed Weighting. Standards 1-6. Standard 7. From NJDOE N.J.A.C.6A:3-5 and 6A:10, March 6, 2013.

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Stronge teacher effectiveness performance evaluation system

StrongeTeacher Effectiveness Performance Evaluation System

Student Growth Objectives


Before we begin
Before We Begin…

  • Who uses Student Growth Objectives (SGOs)?

  • How are they used?


Proposed weighting
Proposed Weighting

Standards 1-6

Standard 7

From NJDOE N.J.A.C.6A:3-5 and 6A:10, March 6, 2013


Student progress standard 7 2013 2014
Student Progress (Standard 7) 2013-2014

Standard 7 counts 15%

Standard 7 counts 50%


Why student growth objectives

Focus on STUDENT RESULTS

Why Student Growth Objectives?

STUDENT RESULTS

TEACHING PROCESSES


Why student growth o bjectives

Explicitly connect teaching and learning

Why Student Growth Objectives?

TEACHING

LEARNING


Why student growth o bjectives1

Improve instructional practices

Why Student Growth Objectives?

Instruction

Curriculum

Assessment


Why student growth o bjectives2

Framework for Coherence

Why Student Growth Objectives?

Looking at student data

Differentiation

Best practices

Formative assessment

Lesson plans

Professional Development

Common planning


Framework for coherence
Framework for Coherence

Formative assessment

Looking at student data

Differentiation

Student Growth

Objectives

Lesson plans

Best practices

Professional Development

Common planning


Why student growth o bjectives3

Focus on student results

Explicit teaching and learning connection

Improved instructional practices

+Framework for coherence

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT

&

STUDENT SUCCESS

Why Student Growth Objectives?




How do we determine areas of focus
How Do We DetermineAreas of Focus?

  • What sources of data are available?

  • How broad/narrow will our focus be?

    • Example: Grade 4 math OR

    • Grade 4 math in the areas of number sense and computation & estimation


How do we determine areas of focus1
How Do We DetermineAreas of Focus?

  • What sources of data are available?

  • How broad/narrow will our focus be?

    • Example: Grade 4 math OR

    • Grade 4 math in the areas of number sense and computation & estimation


Sunshine elementary grade 5
Sunshine ElementaryGrade 5

Percent of Students Passing

End-of-Year Assessments


The pre assessment a necessity
The Pre-Assessment:A Necessity

You might know where you’re going…

but if you don’t know where you’re starting, how can you make a plan to get there?


How do we determine what pre assessments to use
How Do We Determine What Pre-Assessments to Use?

  • Emphasis on tests with higher validity and reliability

  • Must be able to show progress in skills or content

  • What is already in place?


Sunshine elementary grade 5 teacher
Sunshine ElementaryGrade 5 Teacher

Maria Sanchez


Looking at her baseline data, what challenges will Maria have this year in teaching math?


Step 2 create smart objectives
Step 2: Create SMART Objectives


What is a student growth objective

Objective … a statement of an intended outcome of your work: Student Learning

Distinct from Strategies

Strategies = Means

Objective = End

What is a Student Growth Objective?


What makes objectives smart

S work: pecific

Measureable

Appropriate

Rigorous, but Realistic

Time-bound

What Makes Objectives SMART?


Specific focus
SPECIFIC: Focus work:

  • Does the objective focus on one content area or specific skills in that content area?

  • Does the objective focus on the needs of ALL groups of learners?


Measurable
MEASURABLE work:

  • Has an appropriate instrument been chosen to measure the objective?

  • NOTE: must match the pre-assessment measurement


Appropriate
APPROPRIATE work:

Is it within the teacher’s control to affect change?


Rigorous but realistic
RIGOROUS, but REALISTIC work:

Is the objective feasible?


Time bound
TIME-BOUND work:

Is the objective contained to a single school year or course?


Progress vs achievement

PROGRESS work:

Students will score X% greater on the post-test than on the pre-test.

ACHIEVEMENT

X% of students will achieve a score of X or higher.

Progress vs. Achievement


Maria s objective
Maria’s Objective work:

Objective Statement:

In the current school year, each student will achieve an average of 1 year’s gain using the STAR Math assessment for students below, on, and above grade level as tested in August.

  • A good objective statement is one that is…

  • Specific

  • Measurable

  • Appropriate

  • Rigorous, but Realistic

  • Time-bound


Be the evaluator
Be the Evaluator: work:

Objective Statement:

In the current school year, each student will achieve an average of 1 year’s gain using the STAR Math assessment for students below, on, and above grade level as tested in August.



Anna tate
Anna Tate work:

8th Grade Language Arts Teacher

Pre-Assessment of Student Ability in Expository Writing




Anna s objective
Anna’s Objective work:

Objective Statement:

For the 2011 – 12 school year, 100% of my students will make measurable progress in writing. Each student will improve by one performance level in composition, written expression, and mechanics/usage. Furthermore, 80% of the students will score a “3” or better overall.

  • A good objective statement is one that is…

  • Specific

  • Measurable

  • Appropriate

  • Rigorous, but Realistic

  • Time-bound


Jim nasium s sgo

S work: pecific: Focused on physical education, specifically the Presidential Fitness sub areas

Measurable: Identified Presidential Fitness Test to be used to assess objective

Appropriate: The teacher teaches the content and skills contained in the Presidential Fitness Tests.

Rigorous, but Realistic: The objective of increasing student performance by 20% is realistic. It is not out of reach and yet not too easy.

Time-bound: Goal attainment can be addressed by the end of the year with the final Presidential Fitness Test.

Jim Nasium’s SGO

During the 2011-12 school year, my sixth grade physical education students will improve performance by 20% on each of the Presidential Fitness Test sub areas.




How smart is this objective
How SMART is this objective? work:

Anita Knapp – Second Grade Teacher

During this school year, my students will improve on word knowledge and oral reading fluency.


Better sgo for anita knapp
Better SGO for Anita Knapp? work:

Objective Statement:

During this school year, 100% of my students will improve in word knowledge and oral reading as measured by PALS. Each student will move up at least a grade level in instructional reading level from fall to spring. Furthermore, students who are below grade level in instructional reading level will increase their instructional reading level by 1.5 years.


How smart is this o bjective
How SMART is this work: Objective?

Mason Dixon – Government Teacher

For the current school year, my students will have the knowledge and skills to be productive members of their society because they will be able to analyze primary and secondary source documents.


Better o bjective for mason dixon
Better work: Objective for Mason Dixon?

Objective Statement:

During this school year, 100% of my students will improve in analyzing primary and secondary source documents. Each student will increase his/her ability to analyze documents by one level on the rating rubric. Furthermore, 75% of students will score at “proficient” or above.


How smart is this o bjective1
How Smart is this work: Objective?

Anne Droid – Basic Technical Drawing/Design/CAD (Teacher N)

During this school year, 100% of my students will demonstrate measurable progress in the basic technical drawing by improving at least one performance level on the rubric. At least 85% of my students will score proficient on the end of the year performance assessment according to line quality, neatness, accuracy, and title block.


Anne droid s data
Anne Droid’s Data work:

Percent of students scoring proficient or higher on a four-level rubric


Revise maria s sgo
Revise Maria’s SGO work:

Original SGO Statement:

In the current school year, the students will achieve an average of 1 year’s gain using the STAR Math assessment for students below, on, and above grade level as tested in August.

Revised SGO Statement:


Revise maria s sgo1
Revise Maria’s SGO work:

Original SGO Statement:

In the current school year, the students will achieve an average of 1 year’s gain using the STAR Math assessment for students below, on, and above grade level as tested in August.

Revised SGO Statement:

In the current school year, all students will achieve at least 1 year’s gain using the STAR math assessment; students in the below grade level category will achieve at least 1.2 year’s gain.


Step 3 create and implement teaching learning strategies
Step 3: Create and Implement work: Teaching & Learning Strategies


Strategies should be
Strategies should be: work:

  • Linked specifically to the objective

  • Specific to what the teacher will do

  • Measurable

  • As high-yield as possible



Writing instructional strategies
Writing Instructional Strategies work:

Who in the building or district can provide assistance for “developing” or “needs improvement” teachers?



Steps in the mid year review process
Steps in the work: Mid-Year Review Process

Step 1

Collect and reflect on informal and formal mid-year data

Step 2

Reflect on progress toward objective

Step 3

Reflect on effectiveness of strategies

Step 4

Adjust strategies


Maria s mid year data
Maria’s Mid-Year Data work:

In the current school year, all students will achieve at least 1 year’s gain using the STAR math assessment; students in the below grade level category will achieve at least 1.2 year’s gain.




Review the objective
Review the Objective work:

In the current school year, all students will achieve at least 1 year’s gain using the STAR math assessment; students in the below grade level category will achieve at least 1.2 year’s gain.


Did maria s meet her objective
Did Maria’s Meet her Objective? work:

In the current school year, all students will achieve at least 1 year’s gain using the STAR math assessment; students in the below grade level category will achieve at least 1.2 year’s gain.


Did maria s meet her objective1
Did Maria’s Meet her Objective? work:

In the current school year, all students will achieve at least 1 year’s gain using the STAR math assessment; students in the below grade level category will achieve at least 1.2 year’s gain.


Is maria
Is Maria… work:

  • Highly Effective?

  • Effective?

  • Partially Effective?

  • Ineffective?


Summative evaluation example decision making rules
Summative Evaluation: work: Example Decision-Making Rules

  • Highly Effective: 90% of students met objective and more than 50% of students exceeded the objective

  • Effective: At least 80% of students met or exceeded the objective

  • Partially Effective: Less than 80% of students met or exceeded the objective; AND < 50% of students failed to meet the objective

  • Ineffective: Less than 80% of students met or exceeded the objective; AND ≥ 50% of students failed to meet the objective


When collecting data consider
When collecting data, consider… work:

  • Do you want scores by individual students or student groups?

  • Will you look at progress, achievement, or both?

  • Will teachers turn in graphs, charts, or raw data?


In summary
In Summary… work:

What are the benefits of student growth objectives?


In summary1
In Summary work: …

What are the challenges to student growth objectives?


Common challenges
Common Challenges work:

  • Data access & analysis

    • Robustness of data system

    • Teacher & administrator skills

  • Sufficient & appropriate assessments

  • Writing SMART objectives

  • Clarifying the acceptable amount of progress

  • Developing instructionally-based strategies

    • See Marzano et al., Schmoker, Collins, Blankstein, Fullan, etc….


Setting student growth objectives
Setting Student Growth Objectives… work:

  • Focuses on student results

  • Connects teaching with learning

  • Improved instruction in the classroom

  • Contributes to school improvement

    But … must be based on valid and reliable assessments of student learning


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