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Teacher Effectiveness Day 5. Housekeeping . Parking Breaks and lunch Emergencies. Student Learning Objectives (SLOs). Setting the Stage for Student Learning Objectives and Evidence-Based Performance Evaluation. Day 5 Objectives.

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Housekeeping
Housekeeping

  • Parking

  • Breaks and lunch

  • Emergencies


Student learning objectives slos
Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)

Setting the Stage for Student Learning Objectives and Evidence-Based Performance Evaluation


Day 5 objectives
Day 5 Objectives

  • To investigate more deeply into the guidance document for SLOs through:

    • Analysis of examples

    • Exploration of rules

    • Writing a sample SLO

  • To connect SLOs with classroom observations


5 district decisions by 6 30 2012
5 District Decisions by 6/30/2012

  • Assess and identify priorities and academic needs.

  • Identify who will have State-provided growth measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures.”

  • Determine District rules for how specific SLOs will get set.

  • Establish expectations for scoring SLOs and for determining teacher ratings for the growth component.

  • Determine District-wide processes for setting, reviewing, and assessing SLOs in schools.


Who needs an slo
Who Needs an SLO?

Who has SLOs and how will SLOs be set?


Step 1 determine district wide priorities and academic needs
Step 1: Determine District-wide Priorities and Academic Needs

  • Assess and identify District-wide priorities and academic needs. Start with commitments and focus areas in District strategic plans.

  • Decide how prescriptive the District will be and where decisions will be made by principals, or principals with teachers.

From NY DOE engageny.org Introduction to SLO Deck


Step 2: Identify who will have State-provided growth measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

50 – 100% Students Covered by State-Provided Growth Measures

0 – 49% Students Covered by

State-Provided Growth Measures

These teachers will receive a Growth Score from the State

(20-25 evaluation points)

These teachers MUST have SLOs

(20 evaluation points)

E.g., 4-8 ELA, Math,

Common Branch teachers

E.g., Many high school teachers, K-3 teachers, teachers with mix of sections with/without State-provided growth measures (e.g., two 7th grade math classes and three science classes)


Core subjects ela math ss science
Core Subjects: ELA, Math, SS, Science measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Activity 1
Activity 1: measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

  • Locate the form “ Teachers with State Provided Growth Measures and Teachers needing SLOs”

  • Identify the groups of teachers that fall into each category

  • Assume, for the time being, that all of the groups have a single assignment (Do not consider at this time teachers who have multiple “preps.”


Activity 2 determining types of assessments needed for slo
Activity 2: Determining Types of Assessments Needed for SLO measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

  • Locate handout “ Determining Types of Assessments Needed for SLO”

  • List the groups from Activity 1 on the left hand side and identify the types of assessment needed for the SLO

    • State assessment

    • Third party assessment

    • Regional/district/school/classroom assessment


Activity 3 creating a district assessment chart
Activity 3: Creating a District Assessment Chart measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

  • Locate “District Assessment Chart”

  • Identify the assessments available in the district other than state assessments by teacher assignment

  • I suggest that this be done by individual districts

    • Note that some 3rd party assessments can not be used for “growth” (the 1st 20%)


Break
Break measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

Please be back in 15 minutes


Slo exceptional cases
SLO Exceptional Cases measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

After each case, provide an example and identify the assessment that would be used


Case 1 less than 50 of students have a sgp measurement
Case 1: Less than 50% of students have a SGP measurement measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Case 2 multiple sections w wo sgp
Case 2: Multiple Sections w/ measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.wo SGP


Case 3 esl bilingual swd
Case 3: ESL/Bilingual/SWD measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Case 4 co teachers
Case 4: Co-Teachers measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Case 5 push in pull out
Case 5: Push-in, pull-out measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Case 6 nyseslat students
Case 6: NYSESLAT Students measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Case 7 nysaa
Case 7: NYSAA measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Case 8 special cases
Case 8: Special Cases measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Another option
Another Option measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


An example
An Example: measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

Must use State Assessments


Another example
Another example: measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

Must use State Assessments


Keep in mind
Keep in mind: measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Activity 4 determining slos
Activity 4: Determining SLOs measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

  • Locate the handout “Determining which teachers have SLOs”

  • With a partner or in a triad, complete the table

  • Be prepared to share out one scenario


Local measure 2 nd 20
Local Measure: 2 measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.nd 20%


Local measures 2 nd 20
Local Measures: 2 measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.nd 20%


Local measure 2 nd 201
Local Measure: 2 measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.nd 20%


Scoring slos
Scoring SLOs measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Hedi bands
HEDI Bands measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Reviewing examples
Reviewing Examples measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Activity 5 reviewing examples
Activity 5: Reviewing Examples measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

  • Locate handout of examples

  • Each team choose one example to review

  • Identify which process was chosen for this example

    • Target for mastery of standards

    • Target for score gain

    • Individual student growth gain

  • Identify which assessment was chosen or required

  • If multiple SLOs, explain the scoring


Lunch

Lunch measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

Please be back in 45 minutes


Activity 6 creating an slo
Activity 6: Creating an SLO measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

  • Givens:

    • This is an 8th grade social studies example

    • The teacher class assignments are all grade 8 social studies

    • The pre-test results are provided

    • The SLO must include the results from the state assessment in social studies for grade 8


Tying slos to classroom observations
Tying SLOs to Classroom Observations measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.


Three tools for observations
Three tools for observations measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

  • Script

  • Selective verbatim

  • Tallying


Activity 7 connecting observations to slos
Activity 7: Connecting Observations to SLOs measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures”.

  • Watch a lesson on 8th grade social studies

  • After seeing the lesson, what evidence might you have to help this teacher achieve her SLO?

  • What might you suggest to this teacher to help insure her students achieve the standards set forth in the SLO?


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