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Student Impact Rating. Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System Daviess County Public Schools. Student Learning. Brainstorm. Student Impact. Take several sticky notes and respond to the following question: How do you determine what students are learning?

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student impact rating

Student Impact Rating

Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System

Daviess County Public Schools

brainstorm

Student Learning

Brainstorm

Student Impact

Take several sticky notes and respond to the following question: How do you determine what students are learning?

Brainstorm as a team, 1 idea per sticky note, and place as many sticky notes as you can on the large chart paper labeled Ways to Determine Student Learning.

defining key terms
Defining Key Terms

Combining student achievement and student growth demonstrates the impact teachers and principals have on students.

Student Achievement: The status of subject-matter knowledge, understandings, and skills at one point in time.

Student Growth (Learning): The growth in subject-matter knowledge, understandings, and skill over time.

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Student Impact Rating
  • Central Ideas
    • Informed by Trends
      • At Least Two Years
    • Informed by Patterns
      • At Least Two Measures
  • Three Components
    • Student Growth Percentiles (SGP)
    • District Defined Measures (DDM)
    • Student Growth Goals (SGG)
slide6

Student Growth Percentile

Kentucky Classroom

Mrs. Smith Grade 5

slide7

Mrs. Smith—Grade 5 Classroom

Beginning of Year Incoming Mathematics Scale Scores

201

220

185

222

187

193

208

203

197

210

195

219

Grade 4

231

188

196

185

194

218

196

205

213

199

200

Grade 4

slide8

Academic Peer Group (Statewide)

Students Scoring at 210 on Grade 4 Mathematics

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

Mrs. Smith’s Grade 5 Student

slide9

Academic Peer Group (Statewide)

Grade 5 Mathematics Scale Scores for Grade 4 “210” Group

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

Grade 4

210

210

210

215

200

213

213

209

218

214

211

213

204

212

221

Grade 5

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

Grade 4

210

210

210

216

220

227

214

213

210

212

211

213

214

199

221

Grade 5

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Rank Ordered Grade 4 Mathematics “210” Academic Peer Group

Based on Grade 5 Mathematics Score

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

Grade 4

210

210

210

199

204

209

210

211

212

212

213

200

211

213

Grade 5

213

Student is at the 70th Percentile

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

Grade 4

210

210

210

210

213

Grade 5

213

214

214

214

215

216

218

220

227

213

221

slide11

Student Summary

  • Grade 4 Mathematics Score is 210.
  • Grade 5 Mathematics Score is 215.

Mrs. Smith’s Grade 5 Student

  • The student outpaces 70% of the statewide Academic Peer Group.
  • The student’s SGP is 70.
slide12

Mrs. Smith—Grade 5 Classroom

SGP for Each Student Based on Grade 5 Mathematics Test

SGP

70

92

85

65

57

52

51

47

46

55

53

49

SGP

23

19

40

32

21

44

43

41

42

38

26

slide13

Theoretical Premise:

When students with “like” scores are placed in an academic peer group and then compared one year later, we assume teacher and school actions happened between the two tests to cause a student to stay even with or out- perform the academic peer group. The actions may include instruction, curriculum, on-going assessments, etc.

slide14

Mrs. Smith—Grade 5 Classroom

SGP for Each Student Based on 2014 Grade 5 Mathematics Test

SGP

70

92

85

65

57

52

51

47

46

55

53

49

Mrs. Smith’s Median Math SGP=46

SGP

23

19

40

32

21

44

43

41

42

38

26

slide15

Mrs. Smith—Grade 5 Classroom

SGP for Each Student Based on 2014 Grade 5 Reading Test

SGP

70

89

81

69

68

60

59

53

52

67

63

53

Mrs. Smith’s Median Reading SGP=52

SGP

23

13

39

32

15

49

48

41

42

38

26

slide16

Mrs. Smith—Grade 5 Classroom

SGP for All 23 Students in Math and Reading

69

68

59

67

55

60

81

70

65

63

59

58

92

89

85

57

70

SGP

Median SGP for Mrs. Smith = (51+49)/2= 50

SGP

53

46

53

49

53

52

47

52

51

44

43

42

SGP

23

38

23

13

41

41

21

15

42

40

40

32

26

19

38

32

26

what was mrs smith s rating
What was Mrs. Smith’s Rating?
  • Mrs. Smith had a median SGP of 50; therefore, she would have a state student growth rating of Expected.
slide20

District Defined Measures

DDM

Measures of Assessment

Results

From the Classroom Level

Linked to the Goals of the District

ddms for 2014 2015
DDMs for 2014-2015
  • MAP Student Growth
    • Percent of Students Making a Year’s Growth in Reading or Math
    • Low—Less than 30%
    • Expected—30% to 65%
    • High—Above 65%
  • End of Course Classes
    • Percent of Students Receiving a Scale Score Resulting in Proficiency
    • Low—Less than 30%
    • Expected—30% to 65%
    • High—Above 65%
ddms for 2014 20151
DDMs for 2014-2015
  • Advanced Placement Courses—Exam Participation
    • Percent of Students Enrolled in the Class Sitting for the AP Exam
    • Low—Less than 30%
    • Expected—30% to 65%
    • High—Above 65%
  • Advanced Placement—Passing Score
    • Percent of Students Taking the AP Exam Receiving a Passing Score (3 or Higher)
    • Low—Less than 30%
    • Expected—30% to 65%
    • High—Above 65%
student growth goals
Student Growth Goals

In November ALL teachers will work to create a student growth goal. These goals will focus on essential skills and understandings in your course. Your student growth goal will be a component of your student impact rating.

Special Note: If you have a DDM, you may elect not to have a Student Growth Goal.

Student Impact Rating

determining overall student impact rating

Determining Overall Student Impact Rating

How do you get an overall score?

What does that mean in terms of evaluation?

overall student impact rating
Overall Student Impact Rating
  • Based on an AVERAGE of Student Impact Ratings collected over time.
    • Summative Cycle—3 Years
    • Educators on One Year Cycle—Need 2 Years of Data

Each SIR Receives a Score

Based On the Chart Above

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Teacher Student Data Links 2014-15

Creating Teacher and Student Data Links for Determining Student Growth Percentiles (SGPs)

teacher student data link
Teacher Student Data Link

Teacher of Record

Connected through a Course

to Their Students

phase 1 kentucky teacher of record definition
Phase 1- Kentucky Teacher of Record Definition
  • A Teacher of Record (TOR) in a Kentucky public school is a certified teacher who has been assigned the lead responsibility for the student’s learning in a subject/course aligned to Kentucky Core Academic Standards or Career and Technical Skill Standards Documents. A Co-Teacher may also be listed and connected to a class. In collaborative classrooms, both certified teachers are responsible.
purpose of connecting teacher and student data links
Purpose of Connecting Teacher and Student Data Links:
  • Support accountability growth models based on longitudinal data.
  • Identify the primary teacher(s) or contributing professionals for a subject/course/program and track the academic growth of their students.
  • Determines Student Growth Percentiles (SGPs)
what is the result of inaccurate teacher student data links
What is the Result of Inaccurate Teacher Student Data Links?
  • Student growth data will not be attributed to the teacher who impacted their learning.
  • Teachers cannot view their student data in the Continuous Instructional Improvement Technology System (CIITS)
  • Administrator will not able to view student data by teacher in CIITS.
reflection on t pges
Reflection on T-PGES

Need to Know—What do you still need to know about T-PGES?

Excited—What is exciting about T-PGES? What is the upside?

Worrisome—What is worrisome about T-PGES? What is the downside?

Suggestions—What suggestions about training on T-PGES do you have?

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