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LEAP in 2013-14 School Staff. Training Objectives. Understand the changes to LEAP for 2013-14 Have questions answered. Agenda. LEAP Intro/Overall LEAP Rating Observations Professionalism Student Perceptions Student Growth Professional Development. LEAP Intro/Overall LEAP Rating.

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Leap in 2013 14 school staff

LEAP in 2013-14

School Staff


Training objectives
Training Objectives

  • Understand the changes to LEAP for 2013-14

  • Have questions answered


Agenda
Agenda

  • LEAP Intro/Overall LEAP Rating

  • Observations

  • Professionalism

  • Student Perceptions

  • Student Growth

  • Professional Development


Leap intro overall leap rating
LEAP Intro/Overall LEAP Rating

  • View Video…

    Chapter 1: Introduction to LEAP/ Calculating an Overall LEAP Rating



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LEAP Intro/Overall LEAP Rating

* Note: Since student growth data will not be available until the fall, overall teacher LEAP ratings will not be finalized until the fall of 2014. We are working with CDE to determine how this can be improved in the future.



Observations
Observations

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    Chapter 2: Classroom Observations


Framework for effective teaching
Framework for Effective Teaching

  • Slight changes to bulleted language in Evidence Guide

    • Addition of CCSS shifts icon

    • Majority of edits in:

      • LE.1 to highlight observable behaviors

      • I.2 to better infuse CCSS

  • New/more Appendices at leap.dspk12.org

    • Notseparate Frameworks – assist observers in understanding effective practices in particular contexts, unique instructional content areas or grade levels

    • Observers use both the Framework and applicable Appendix


Observation certification
Observation Certification

  • All school leaders and peer observers are required to be certified:

    • Complete 4-hour pre-certification training

    • Pass certification assessment

  • If observers do not meet the certification standard:

    • Will be able to access supports

    • Can attempt the certification assessment again


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Observations

Questions?


Professionalism
Professionalism

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    Chapter 3: Professionalism


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Scoring P.7

  • To improve fair and consistent scoring across the district, only teachers in formal teacher leadership roles should be scored on P.7 this year

    • Teacher Leadership Academy and Differentiated Roles Pilot

    • The indicator was revised to reflect teacher leader roles and responsibilities, and may not capture the other types of leadership work that teachers do in their building


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Professionalism

Questions?


Student perceptions
Student Perceptions

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    Chapter 4: Student Perceptions


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Student Perceptions

  • Analyzing data from a 2012-13 pilot where teachers chose an additional class to administer SPS to see if there were statistically significant differences in overall scores

  • A teacher must have at least 5 students take SPS for data to be included in the report



Student growth
Student Growth

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    Chapter 5: Student Growth


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Student Growth

  • The Student Growth measures for 2013-14 will include:

    • Growth portions from the School Performance Framework (for all teachers).

    • The last three years of TCAP data (as available), in the following grades/content areas:

      • 4th – 10th grade reading, writing, and math

      • 10th grade ACT

  • Student Growth Objectives (SGOs), while not part of LEAP, will continue to be used as part of teacher End-of-Year Conversations.

* Note: Since student growth data will not be available until the fall, overall teacher LEAP ratings will not be finalized until the fall of 2014. We are working with CDE to determine how this can be improved in the future.


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Student Growth

  • Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)will be used as part of the new Standards rollout.

    • SLOs will not be included in 2013-14 Student Growth ratings but will be included beginning in 2014-15

    • For this year:

      • Informational training for all schools

      • Up to 20 schools opt in to pilot SLOs

      • 3 schools in an intensive pilot (working with the CU Boulder and the Center for Assessment)


Slos vs sgos
SLOs vs. SGOs

  • Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) will be different from SGOs in the following ways:

    • SLOs must be aligned with new curriculum standards.

    • SLOs will be based on common district assessments, where available, and teacher- and team-created assessments.

    • SLOs change the degree of difficulty and increase rigor for students. They also provide a broader scale for accomplishment (not just “met” or “not met”).

    • SLOs will be used with all grades and content areas.


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Student Growth

Questions?


Professional development
Professional Development

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    Chapter 6: Professional Development



Questions
Questions?

  • Visit: http://leap.dpsk12.org

  • Contact the LEAP operations team:

    • [email protected]

    • 720-423-2600 (x32600)


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