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Student Growth Goals: How Principals can Support Teachers in the Process. Jenny Ray PGES Consultant KDE/NKCES. Targets. I can describe the criteria that all Student Growth Goals (SGG) must meet, according to the Model Certified Evaluation Plan. I can support teachers in the SGG process.

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Student growth goals how principals can support teachers in the process

Student Growth Goals:How Principals can Support Teachers in the Process

Jenny Ray

PGES Consultant

KDE/NKCES


Targets

Targets

  • I can describe the criteria that all Student Growth Goals (SGG) must meet, according to the Model Certified Evaluation Plan.

  • I can support teachers in the SGG process.


District decisions

DISTRICT DECISIONS

  • The number of SGGs teachers are required to develop.

  • The instrument/process that will be used to determine the measure by which the SGG meets the rigor assurances.

  • The instrument/process that will be used to determine high/expected/low growth.


All sggs will be

All SGGs will be…

  • determined by the teacher in collaboration with the principal and will be

  • grounded in the fundamentals of assessment quality (Clear Purpose, Clear Targets, Sound Design, Effective Communication, and Student Involvement).

    Additionally, some evidence supporting Program Reviews will result from SGGs.


Rigor of sggs

Rigor of SGGs

  • Rigor means congruency to the standards.

  • In other words, the sources of evidence are defensible in terms of their suitability to allow students to meet or exceed the true intent of the standard being assessed.


Student growth goals will all meet the following criteria

Student Growth Goals will all meet the following criteria:

  • The SGG is congruent with Kentucky Core Academic Standards appropriate for the grade level and content area for which it was developed.

  • The SGG represents or encompasses either a subset of the knowledge and skills, or an enduring concept or theme that students are expected to master by taking a particular course (or courses) in school.

  • The SGG will allow high- and low-achieving students to adequately demonstrate their knowledge.

  • The SGG provides access and opportunity for all students, including students with disabilities, ELLs, and gifted/talented students.


To ensure rigor in all teacher sggs

To ensure rigor in all teacher SGGs

  • OPTION A: Rigor Rubric

  • OPTION B: Peer-Review and/or Jury Process

  • OPTION C: District-Defined Option


Sgg rigor assurances

SGG Rigor Assurances

  • Degree to which the goal itself

    • is congruent with Kentucky Core Academic Standards appropriate for the grade level and content area for which it was developed

    • represents or encompasses either a subset of the knowledge and skills, or an enduring concept or theme that students are expected to master by taking a particular course (or courses) in school

    • will allow high- and low-achieving students to adequately demonstrate their knowledge

    • provides access and opportunity for all students, including students with disabilities, ELLs, and gifted/talented students

  • Option A: Rigor Rubric

  • Option B: Peer-Review and/or Jury Process

  • Option C: District-Defined Option


Sgg rigor assurances1

SGG Rigor Assurances

  • Degree to which the assessment(s) used to collect data to inform progress toward the goal

    • is/are congruent with Kentucky Core Academic Standards appropriate for the grade level and content area for which the goal was developed

    • represents or encompasses either a subset of the knowledge and skills, or an enduring concept or theme that students are expected to master by taking a particular course (or courses) in school

    • will allow high- and low-achieving students to adequately demonstrate their knowledge

    • provides access and opportunity for all students, including students with disabilities, ELLs, and gifted/talented students

  • Option A: Rigor Rubric

  • Option B: Peer-Review and/or Jury Process

  • Option C: District-Defined Option


Option a rigor rubric the rubric will be used by all principals prior to approving a teacher s sgg

OPTION A: Rigor Rubric(The rubric will be used by all principals prior to approving a teacher’s SGG.


Option b peer review and or jury process

OPTION B: Peer-Review and/or Jury Process

  • The [peer-review] [jury] process will be used by all teachers prior to final approval of the SGG.


Option c district defined option

Option C: District-Defined Option

  • Please explain the processes, procedures, protocols, and/or instruments the district has/will implement in order to ensure all SGGs are rigorous (based on the definition of rigor provided in this section). The development of the processes, procedures, protocols, and/or instruments used to satisfy the requirements of this assurance must include the input of teachers and administrators in the district.


Holistic evaluation

Holistic Evaluation

  • Teachers will utilize a holistic evaluation of student growth by combining aspects of a pre- and post-test model with the regularity of a running records/repeated measures approach.

  • Assessment used in this option must meet the district assurance of rigor as defined in the previous section.

  • Teachers will use a district-[developed] [adapted] [adopted] “growth rubric” for a holistic evaluation designed to compare two or more examples of student work.


Determining high expected low growth

Determining high, expected, low growth:

  • Please describe what processes/instruments the district will use to determine high, expected, or low growth.

  • For example, the district may use a collaborative process of data analysis using a district-developed rubric, or it may be a more concrete calculation using cuts scores, or some combination of the two.

  • This process must be applied across all teachers and schools within the district.


Activity sample sggs

Activity: Sample SGGs

  • With a partner, consider a SGG, and determine which of the criteria the goal meets, if any.

  • What question(s) might you ask the teacher to have further evidence to make the determination?

  • Make notes of your responses.


Student growth goals will all meet the following criteria1

Student Growth Goals will all meet the following criteria:

  • The SGG is congruent with Kentucky Core Academic Standards appropriate for the grade level and content area for which it was developed.

  • The SGG represents or encompasses either a subset of the knowledge and skills, or an enduring concept or theme that students are expected to master by taking a particular course (or courses) in school.

  • The SGG will allow high- and low-achieving students to adequately demonstrate their knowledge.

  • The SGG provides access and opportunity for all students, including students with disabilities, ELLs, and gifted/talented students.


Activity deep dive into sgg development grade 3 math example

Activity: Deep Dive into SGG development (Grade 3 Math Example)

August: Determining the enduring skills/concepts for the SGG focus

September: Using pre-test data related to standards

October: Determining a baseline by finding where students are with respect to where they need to be; possible rubric development

November:


Determining a sgg from data

Determining a SGG from Data

After the baseline data has been determined, decide what a SGG might look like. Think about the questions you want to be able to answer from the goal.


Resources for sgg

Resources for SGG

  • www.jennyray.net

  • Kentucky Department of Education Website

  • Other state department of education websites (SLOs)


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