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PGES - Field Test Module:. Writing Quality Student Growth Goals. Learning Target. I can write Student Growth Goals that will accurately measure academic growth of my students over the period of an entire course or school year. Module Summary:.

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Pges field test module

PGES - Field Test Module:

Writing Quality Student Growth Goals


Learning target

Learning Target

I can write Student Growth Goals that will accurately measure academic growth of my students over the period of an entire course or school year.


Module summary

Module Summary:

In this module, you will have the opportunity to analyze examples of Student Growth goals for quality, based on a checklist of criteria. Each criteria is explained in detail in this presentation. You are encouraged to rewrite the examples in this presentation to improve them.

As a result of the study of this module, teachers in the PGES field test will produce better goals for measuring student growth.


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Quality goals, created and monitored using reliable data sources, prove student academic growththat is reflective of teacher effectiveness.


Student growth process

Student Growth Process


Smart goal process

SMART Goal Process


Smart goal for student growth

SMART Goal for Student Growth

SMART Goal:


Smart goal for student growth1

SMART Goal for Student Growth

Context:

(describe assessment and determination of need)

SMART Goal:


Smart goal for student growth2

SMART Goal for Student Growth

Checklist for Goal Quality

  • Appropriate needs assessment?

  • Specific?

  • Measurable?

  • Appropriate?

  • Realistic/Rigorous?

  • Time-bound?

  • Includes all student?

  • Comparable across classrooms?

Context:

SMART Goal:


Appropriate needs assessment

Appropriate Needs Assessment

You must get the needs assessment correct to get the goal correct.

The needs assessment must generate relevant student data.

Selected assessments must produce comparable data at beginning and ending of year/course.


Specific

Specific

To be specific, the goal should state exactly what content is to be addressed.

The content should be tied directly to the standards for this grade and subject.


Measurable

Measurable

Measures are stated by increases in: rate, percentage, number, level of benchmark, level of performance, rubric standards, or juried level of standard.


Appropriate

Appropriate

To be appropriate, the goal should be directly related to the subject, to the standard(s), and to the students.

The goal is within the teacher’s realm of influence in the classroom.


Realistic rigorous

Realistic/Rigorous

Realistic goals are rigorous and should stretch the outer bounds of what is attainable.

Realistic goals are not easy goals.


Time bound

Time-bound

The goal has a time frame for accomplishing the measurable target.

Ongoing progress monitoring provides data for adjusting the learning experience toward the goal.

Data is collected between 2 points in time, as close to beginning and ending of course as possible.


Includes all students

Includes All Students

The goal addresses growth for all students in the classroom.


Comparable across classrooms

Comparable across classrooms

The measures ensure that students are being measured with instruments and processes of comparable rigor across similar classrooms.

Based on the data, rigor of goals is comparable across similar classrooms.


Smart goal for student growth3

SMART Goal for Student Growth

Checklist for Goal Quality

  • Appropriate needs assessment?

  • Specific?

  • Measurable?

  • Appropriate?

  • Realistic/Rigorous?

  • Time-bound?

  • Includes all student?

  • Comparable across classrooms?

Context:

Elementary Art

Baseline data show that less than 1% of my students met the benchmark (80% score) on the art assessment developed by the district.

Two students out of the 90 met the benchmark. These two students have been taking art lessons outside of school.

SMART Goal:

By the end of the current school year, at

least 80% of my students will meet or

exceed the benchmark for art assessment.


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How SMART is this goal? (By the end of the current school year, at least 80% of my students will meet or exceed the benchmark for art assessment.)

  • Specific? yes

  • Measurable? yes, based on pre and post assessments

  • Appropriate? it is in the teacher’s realm of control

  • Realistic?

  • Time-bound? by end of school year

  • Standards based? assume the dist. assessment is standards based

  • Rigorous? Yes,if 80% stretches the outer bounds of attainable

  • Appropriate assessment? if the district assessment is based on state or national standards

  • Data between 2 points in time? not stated, but probably understood that baseline was set in beginning of year

  • Comparable across classrooms? district assessment ensures comparable assessment, but not sure if goal is comparable across classrooms.

  • Includes all students? all students are included in the assessment, but the two students already at benchmark are not addressed and there is no growth expectation for the other 20%.


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Original SMART Goal:

By the end of the current school year, at least 80% of my students will meet or exceed the benchmark for art assessment.

Revised SMART Goal:

By the end of the current school year, all of my students will show growth and at least 80% of my students will meet or exceed the benchmark for art on the district developed assessment.


Smart goal for student growth4

SMART Goal for Student Growth

Checklist for Goal Quality

  • Appropriate needs assessment?

  • Specific?

  • Measurable?

  • Appropriate?

  • Realistic/Rigorous?

  • Time-bound?

  • Includes all student?

  • Comparable across classrooms?

Context:

4th Grade Reading

STAR data reveals that 58% of students are reading on or above grade level.

SMART Goal:

For the current school year, all of my

students will be reading on or above grade level by the end of the school year as measured by the STAR assessment.


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How SMART is this goal? (For the current school year, all of my students will be reading on or above grade level by the end of the school year as measured by the STAR assessment.)

  • Specific? yes

  • Measurable? yes, based on pre and post assessments

  • Appropriate? it is in the teacher’s realm of control

  • Realistic? Highly unlikely,butdependent on the pre-assessment data of the other 42% of students

  • Time-bound? by end of school year

  • Standards based? STAR is standards based

  • Rigorous? add a stretch goal for the 58% who are already at grade level

  • Appropriate assessment? yes

  • Data between 2 points in time? yes, beginning and ending STAR assessments are referenced

  • Comparable across classrooms? district assessment

  • Includes all students? all students are measured, but there is no growth expectation for the 58% already at grade level


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Original SMART Goal:

For the current school year, all of my students will be reading on or above grade level by the end of the school year as measured by the STAR assessment.

Revised SMART Goal:

For the current school year, all90% of my students will be reading on or above grade level by the end of the school year as measured by the STAR assessment, and all students will show at least one year’s growth.


Smart goal for student growth5

SMART Goal for Student Growth

Checklist for Goal Quality

  • Appropriate needs assessment?

  • Specific?

  • Measurable?

  • Appropriate?

  • Realistic/Rigorous?

  • Time-bound?

  • Includes all student?

  • Comparable across classrooms?

Context:

High School Science

As a pretest, biology students evaluated an

experiment and I scored their performance

using a 4-level scientific rubric in which a

core of 3 signifies proficiency.

Question/Hypothesis – 2

Investigation Design – 1.5

Methods of Data Collection – 1.5

Data Analysis – 1.5

SMART Goal:

During the school year, all of my students

will make measurable progress in each of

the 4 areas related to scientific

investigation. The students will perform at

the 3 level in all 4 areas on a post

performance assessment.


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How SMART is this goal? (During the school year, all of my students will make measurable progress in each of the 4 areas related to scientific investigation. The students will perform at the 3 level in all 4 areas on a post performance assessment.)

  • Specific? yes

  • Measurable? yes, based on pre and post assessments

  • Appropriate? it is in the teacher’s realm of control

  • Realistic? yes

  • Time-bound? by end of school year

  • Standards based? Is this standards content?

  • Rigorous? What about students already at the 3 level? Are all of the benchmark and goal scores averages? What about all indiv. student growth?

  • Appropriate assessment? Not sure if this is a district rubric. It should be or at least aligned beyond the single classroom teacher.

  • Data between 2 points in time? yes

  • Comparable across classrooms? Not mentioned

  • Includes all students? all students are included in assessment, but only as part of the averages for benchmark and goals.


Pges field test module

Original SMART Goal:

During the school year, all of my students will make measurable progress in each of the 4 areas related to scientific investigation. The students will perform at the 3 level in all 4 areas on a post performance assessment.

Revised SMART Goal:

During the school year, all of my students will make measurable progress in each of the 4 areas related to scientific investigation, as measured on the district scientific investigation rubric. The average performance score for all will be at the 3 level in all 4 areas on the post performance assessment.


Smart goal for student growth6

SMART Goal for Student Growth

Checklist for Goal Quality

  • Appropriate needs assessment?

  • Specific?

  • Measurable?

  • Appropriate?

  • Realistic/Rigorous?

  • Time-bound?

  • Includes all student?

  • Comparable across classrooms?

Context:

Middle School Special Education

The Woodcock-Johnson test was

administered in August. The baseline data

how that all the students are reading below

grade level. The range of grade equivalency

is 1.2 to 5.7.

SMART Goal:

For the current school year, all students will

show measurable progress on the

Woodcock-Johnson. The students will

increase their Woodcock-Johnson score by

an average of 1.5 years.


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How SMART is this goal? (For the current school year, all students will show measurable progress on the Woodcock-Johnson. The students will increase their Woodcock-Johnson score by an average of 1.5 years.)

  • Specific? yes

  • Measurable? yes, based on pre and post assessments

  • Appropriate? it is in the teacher’s realm of control

  • Realistic? yes

  • Time-bound? yes

  • Standards based? nationally validated?

  • Rigorous? Is 1.5 average growth rigorous? Should measurable progress be specified for all students?

  • Appropriate assessment? ?

  • Data between 2 points in time? yes

  • Comparable across classrooms? yes, it is standardized nationally

  • Includes all students? all students are included


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Original SMART Goal:

For the current school year, all students will show measurable progress on the Woodcock-Johnson. The students will increase their Woodcock-Johnson score by an average of 1.5 years.

Revised SMART Goal:

For the current school year, all students will show measurable progress on the Woodcock-Johnson. will increase their score by ___ years and the average The students will increase of their Woodcock-Johnson score by an average of will be 1.5 years.


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SMART Goal for Student Growth

Checklist for Goal Quality

  • Appropriate needs assessment?

  • Specific?

  • Measurable?

  • Appropriate?

  • Realistic/Rigorous?

  • Time-bound?

  • Includes all student?

  • Comparable across classrooms?

Context:

Middle School Language Arts

Used a writing prompt and scored it against

the state writing rubric.

SMART Goal:

For the current school year, 100% of my

students will make measurable progress in

writing. Each student will improve by one

performance level in content, structure,

and conventions on the state scoring rubric.

Furthermore, 80% of the students will score

“3” or better overall.


Smart goal for student growth8

SMART Goal for Student Growth

Checklist for Goal Quality

  • Appropriate needs assessment?

  • Specific?

  • Measurable?

  • Appropriate?

  • Realistic/Rigorous?

  • Time-bound?

  • Includes all student?

  • Comparable across classrooms?

Context:

6th Grade Physical Education

Presidential Fitness Test given at beginning

of year.

SMART Goal:

During the current school year, my sixth

grade physical education students will

improve performance by 20% on each of

the Presidential Fitness Test sub areas.


Smart goal for student growth9

SMART Goal for Student Growth

Checklist for Goal Quality

  • Appropriate needs assessment?

  • Specific?

  • Measurable?

  • Appropriate?

  • Realistic/Rigorous?

  • Time-bound?

  • Includes all student?

  • Comparable across classrooms?

Context:

High School Government

Teacher made pre-assessment on Analyzing

Primary and Secondary Source Documents.

Analyzed on a 4 point rubric.

SMART Goal:

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.


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Original SMART Goal:

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.

Revised SMART Goal:

During this school year, 100% of my students will improve in analying 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.


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SMART Goal for Student Growth

Checklist for Goal Quality

  • Appropriate needs assessment?

  • Specific?

  • Measurable?

  • Appropriate?

  • Realistic/Rigorous?

  • Time-bound?

  • Includes all student?

  • Comparable across classrooms?

Context:

High School Basic Tech. Drawing, Design, CAD

Pre-assessment had a rubric with 4 elements: line

quality, neatness, accuracy, and title block. There

are 4 levels: needs work, developing, proficient,

and exemplary. The data from the baseline show

that students are at the development stage in their

abilities for basic technical drawing.

SMART Goal:

During this school year, 100% of my students will

demonstrate measurable progress in basic technical

drawing. 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.


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