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Using student growth data to improve teaching and learning

Using Student Growth Data to Improve Teaching and Learning

Mark Howard, Director

Research, Evaluation and Assessment

September 2013


This presentation

This Presentation

IS

Using Student Growth (VAM) Data to improve instructional programs

IS NOT

VAM Scores or ratings used for teacher, principal or assistant principal evaluations


Growth vs proficiency

Growth vs. proficiency


What is student growth

What is Student Growth?

  • How much academic progress students are making by measuring growth between two points in time

    • Student growth indicates the amount of growth a student made in a testing subject over the course of one year, relative to their academic peers


A more complete picture of student learning

A More Complete Picture of Student Learning

&


A more complete picture of student learning1

A More Complete Picture of Student Learning

&


Growth proficiency understanding the difference

Growth & ProficiencyUnderstanding the Difference

Growth

Proficiency


Growth learning gains understanding the difference

Growth & Learning GainsUnderstanding the Difference

257

243

Level 4

251

237

Proficiency

Learning Gain


Value added model

Value-added model


What is the value added model of student learning growth

What is the Value-AddedModel of Student Learning Growth?

The difference between

Actual Test Score andExpected Test Score

Actual student scale score

VALUE-ADDED

Starting student scale score

Expected scale score based on comparison of similar scoring students

Pre-Test

YEAR 1

Post-Test

YEAR 2


How is the expected score determined

How is the Expected Score Determined?

140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 320

Year’s Worth of Growth

Expected Score

236

FY14 – Grade 6

Average Score of Similar Students

Prior Year 229

140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 320

FY13 - Grade 5


Scatterplots

scatterplots


Teacher vam scatterplot

Teacher VAM Scatterplot

Diagonal Line:

Achieving Expected Score

Above the Line:

Student Scored

Above Expected

ACTUAL SCALE SCORE

Y axis ACTUAL Score

Below the Line:

Student Scored

Below Expected

X axis EXPECTEDScore

EXPECTED SCALE SCORE


Teacher vam scatterplot1

Teacher VAM Scatterplot

Jared

EXP: 205

ACT: 210

ACTUAL SCALE SCORE

Sylvia

EXP: 205

ACT: 197

EXPECTED SCALE SCORE


Teacher vam scatterplot2

Teacher VAM Scatterplot

EXPECTED SCALE SCORE


Teacher vam scatterplot3

Teacher VAM Scatterplot

10

33

20

14

EXPECTED SCALE SCORE


Teacher vam scatterplot4

Teacher VAM Scatterplot

Proficiency Bar

10

33

20

14

EXPECTED SCALE SCORE


Example 1

Example 1

More Students

Above the Line

Most Students

Exceeded Expected

Score

Above Average

Growth

Than Below the Line

EXPECTED SCALE SCORE


Example 2

Example 2

Most Students

Were Below

Expected Score

Than Above the Line

Below Average

Growth

More Students

Below the Line

EXPECTED SCALE SCORE


Example 3

Example 3

Highest Students

are mostly

Above the Line

Possibly Refocus Instruction

Lowest Students

are mostly

Below the Line

EXPECTED SCALE SCORE


Example 4

Example 4

Possibly Refocus Instruction

Lowest Students

are mostly

Above the Line

Highest Students

are mostly

Below the Line

EXPECTED SCALE SCORE


Student rosters

Student rosters


Sample teacher roster

Sample Teacher Roster

Predicted Current

Year Score

FCAT Scale Score

Current year

FCAT Scale Score

Previous Year

Subject Area

(Read, Math, Alg)

Did This Student Meet the Expected Score?

Grade Level

Difference Between Actual Score and Predicted

SAR gain (for reference)

Sample School

Sample Teacher

99999999 LAST FIRST

Same Students as

on Scatterplot

99999999 LAST FIRST

99999999 LAST FIRST

99999999 LAST FIRST

99999999 LAST FIRST

99999999 LAST FIRST


What is the district state percent meeting expected score

What is the District / State Percent Meeting Expected Score?


How to get to my principal sharepoint folder

How to Get to MyPrincipal Sharepoint Folder

  • Use the following link:

    www.sdpbc.org/misc/rc/prc/secure/


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