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New York State District-wide Growth Goal Setting Process: Student Learning Objectives. Webinar 2 (REVISED FEBRUARY 2012). Teacher Evaluation Formula. Student Learning Objectives (focus of this webinar!). Sample Teacher SLO Data Spreadsheet.

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new york state district wide growth goal setting process student learning objectives

New York State District-wide Growth Goal Setting Process: Student Learning Objectives

Webinar 2 (REVISED FEBRUARY 2012)

teacher evaluation formula
Teacher Evaluation Formula

Student Learning Objectives (focus of this webinar!)

sample teacher slo data spreadsheet
Sample Teacher SLO Data Spreadsheet

All the principal needs is the aggregate to determine whether or not the target was met.

key messages for student learning objectives
Key Messages for Student Learning Objectives
  • SLOs name what students need to know and be able to do by the end of the year.
  • SLOs place student learning at the center of the conversation.
  • SLOs are a critical part of all great educators’ practice.
  • SLOs are an opportunity to document the impact educators make with students.
key messages for slos continued
Key Messages for SLOs continued…
  • SLOs provide principals with critical information that can be used to manage performance, differentiate and target professional development, and focus supports for teachers.
  • The SLO process encourages collaboration within school buildings.
  • School leaders are accountable for ensuring all teachers have SLOs that will support their district and school goals.
5 district decisions recommended by 5 31 2012
5 District Decisions (recommended by 5/31/2012)
  • Assess and identify district priorities and academic needs.
  • Identify who will have State-provided growth measures and who must have SLOs as “comparable growth measures.”
  • Determine district rules for how specific SLOs will get set.
  • Establish expectations for scoring SLOs and for determining teacher ratings for the growth component.
  • Determine district-wide processes for setting, reviewing, and assessing SLOs in schools.

3/01

4/16

5/31

Note: These dates are recommended so NTI participants are prepared for their training sessions.

step 1 district leaders assess and identify priorities and needs
Step 1. District Leaders Assess and Identify Priorities and Needs*
  • What are the District’s overall priorities, needs, and long-term goals?
      • HINT: refer to your district strategic plans, and ensure alignment to the Common Core.
      • HINT: remember that principals and teachers will be held accountable to goals aligned with the district’s stated priorities.
      • HINT: the more prescriptive district level goals are, the less variation you will see in (content and rigor of) school/classroom goals.

*See Attachment 1 and 2 of Resource 1: “New Paltz Educational Master Plan” and “Batavia City Schools Comprehensive District Education Plan” for two examples of districts whose goals and priorities set them up for learning and success.

three types of teachers
THREE TYPES OF TEACHERS
  • Teacher 1: Those who have a State provided growth measure and are not required to have an SLO.
  • Teacher 2: Those who have a State provided growth measure, and yet, are required to have an SLO because less than 50% of their students are covered by the State provided growth measure.
  • Teacher 3: Those who are required to have an SLO and do not have a State provided growth measure.
required slos reference guide
Required SLOs: Reference Guide

Please see the “Required SLOs: Reference Guide” for NYSED’s rules for teachers who have SLOs for State Growth

test your knowledge state provided growth measure or slo

Test Your Knowledge: State Provided Growth Measure or SLO?

Test Your Knowledge: State Provided Growth Measure or SLO?

Teacher

State Provided

Growth Measure

or SLO?

5

Grade Common Branch Teacher

th

8

Grade

ELA Teacher

th

Elementary

Art Teacher

-

Two 2

grade Art sections with 20 students each;

nd

-

Two 4

grade Art sections with 25 students each;

th

-

One 5

grade Art section with 30 students.

th

7

Grade Math and Science Teacher

th

-

Two 7

grade Math sections with 30 students each;

th

-

Two 7

grade Science sections with 25 students each;

th

-

One Advanced 7

grade Science section with 20 students.

th

High

School CTE Teacher

-

150 students across 5 sections of Agricultural Science (all

use same final assessment)

8

Grade Science Teacher

th

-

One 8

grade Science section with 30 students;

th

-

Four 8

grade Advanced Science sections with 28 students

th

each.

test your knowledge state provided growth measure or slo1

Test Your Knowledge: State Provided Growth Measure or SLO?

Test Your Knowledge: State Provided Growth Measure or SLO?

Teacher

State Provided

Growth Measure

or SLO?

5

Grade Common Branch Teacher

State Provided

Growth SGP/VA

th

8

Grade

ELA Teacher

State

Provided Growth SGP/VA

th

Elementary

Art Teacher

SLO:

-

Two 2

grade Art sections with 20 students each;

1 SLO for 4

grade Art sections

nd

th

-

Two 4

grade Art sections with 25 students each;

1 SLO for 2

grade Art sections

th

nd

-

One 5

grade Art section with 30 students.

th

7

Grade Math and Science Teacher

SLO:

th

-

Two 7

grade Math sections with 30 students each;

1 SLO for 7

grade math (will

th

th

-

Two 7

grade Science sections with 25 students each;

receive State provided growth

th

-

One Advanced 7

grade Science section with 20 students.

SGP

)

th

1 SLO for 7

grade Science

th

High

School CTE Teacher

SLO:

-

150 students across 5 sections of Agricultural Science (all

1 SLO

for Agricultural Science

use same final assessment)

sections

8

Grade Science Teacher

SLO:

th

-

One 8

grade Science section with 30 students;

1 SLO for 8

grade Advanced

th

th

-

Four 8

grade Advanced Science sections with 28 students

Science sections

th

each.

assessment options for slos reference guide
Assessment Options for SLOs: Reference Guide

Please see the “Assessment Options for SLOs: Reference Guide” for NYSED’s rules for assessment options for teachers who have SLOs for State Growth

mapping district decisions for assessments
Mapping District Decisions for Assessments

Please see the “District Decisions for Assessments: Growth and Locally Selected Measures” for a spreadsheet that can be used to map District decisions for SLOs and other locally selected measures.

mapping district decisions for assessments1
Mapping District Decisions for Assessments

Please see the “District Decisions for Assessments: Growth and Locally Selected Measures” for a spreadsheet that can be used to map District decisions for SLOs and other locally selected measures.

mapping district decisions for assessments2
Mapping District Decisions for Assessments

Please see the “District Decisions for Assessments: Growth and Locally Selected Measures” for a spreadsheet that can be used to map District decisions for SLOs and other locally selected measures.

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QUESTIONS?

Please email: slohelp@mail.nysed.gov

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