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A vital component of the Teacher Keys and Leader Keys Effectiveness System is Student Growth and Academic Achievement. For teacher of tested subjects, this component consists of a student growth percentile measure. Tested subjects include reading, English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies for grades 4-8 and all high school courses for which there is an End-of Course Test (EOCT).
Non-tested subjects include all courses not listed as tested subjects. Approximately 70-75% of all teachers teach non-tested subjects for at least some portion of the instructional day. For teachers of non-tested subjects, this component consists of the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE)-approved Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) utilizing district-identified achievement growth measures.
What is a Student Learning Objective?
SLOs are SMART Goals
50% student Growth and Academic Achievement
Student Learning Objectives
Student must be enrolled 65% of course instructional days and have completed a pre-assessment and post-assessment(Roster Verification)
Teacher must be employed at least 65% of the Instructional days
The minimum number is 15 students
Growth Target Sample w/Formula
From August 2013 to April 2014, 100% of third grade students will improve their knowledge of vocabulary and comprehension skills as measured by the Jackson County Schools Third Grade Reading SLO Assessment. Students will increase from their pre-assessment scores to these post-assessment scores as follows:
You may be asked to attend the next RESA meeting Jan 29th on how to write SLOs
Meeting with like subject teachers in our RESA districts to write SLOs
Let Ms. Sims know of any assessments currently being used that can be used as SLOs