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  1. StrongeTeacher Effectiveness Performance Evaluation System Student Learning Objectives

  2. Before We Begin… • Who uses Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)? • How are they used?

  3. Focus on STUDENT RESULTS Why Student Learning Objectives? STUDENT RESULTS TEACHING PROCESSES

  4. Explicitly connect teaching and learning Why Student Learning Objectives? TEACHING LEARNING

  5. Improve instructional practices Why Student Learning Objectives? Instruction Curriculum Assessment

  6. Framework for Coherence Why Student Learning Objectives? Looking at student data Differentiation Best practices Formative assessment Lesson plans Professional Development Common planning

  7. Framework for Coherence Formative assessment Looking at student data Differentiation Student Learning Objectives Lesson plans Best practices Professional Development Common planning

  8. Focus on student results Explicit teaching and learning connection Improved instructional practices +Framework for coherence SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT & STUDENT SUCCESS Why Student Learning Objectives?

  9. Student Learning Objective Process • What does research say about student • learning objectives for student achievement?

  10. Step 3: Create and implement teaching and learning strategies Step 4: Monitor student progress through on-going formative assessment Student Learning Objective Process Step 5: Determine whether the students achieved the objective Step 2: Create specific learning objectives based on pre-assessment Step 1: Determine needs

  11. Step 3: Create and implement teaching and learning strategies Step 4: Monitor student progress through on-going formative assessment Step 1: Determining Needs Step 5: Determine whether the students achieved the objective Step 2: Create specific learning objectives based on pre-assessment Step 1: Determine needs

  12. Who Determines Areas of Focus? • District? • Principals? • Teacher groups? • Individual teachers?

  13. How Do We DetermineAreas of Focus? • What sources of data are available? • How broad/narrow will our focus be? • Example: Grade 4 math OR • Grade 4 math in the areas of number sense and computation & estimation

  14. Sunshine ElementaryGrade 5 Percent of Students Passing End-of-Year Assessments

  15. The Pre-Assessment:A Necessity You might know where you’re going…but if you don’t know where you’re starting, how can you make a plan to get there?

  16. How Do We Determine What Pre-Assessments to Use? • Emphasis on tests with higher validity and reliability • Must be able to show progress in skills or content • What is already in place?

  17. Sunshine ElementaryGrade 5 Teacher Maria Sanchez

  18. Looking at her baseline data, what challenges will Maria have this year in teaching math?

  19. Step 3: Create and implement teaching and learning strategies Step 4: Monitor student progress through on-going formative assessment Step 2:Creating SMART Objectives Step 5: Determine whether the students achieved the objective Step 2: Create specific learning objectives based on pre-assessment Step 1: Determine needs

  20. Objective … a statement of an intended outcome of your work: Student Learning Distinct from Strategies Strategies = Means Objective = End “Are you going to New York or by train? What is a Student Learning Objective?

  21. Specific Measureable Appropriate Realistic Time-bound What Makes Objectives SMART?

  22. SPECIFIC: Focus • Does the objective focus on one content area or specific skills in that content area? • Does the objective focus on the needs of ALL groups of learners?

  23. MEASURABLE • Has an appropriate instrument been chosen to measure the objective? • NOTE: must match the pre-assessment measurement

  24. APPROPRIATE Is it within the teacher’s control to affect change?

  25. REALISTIC Is the objective feasible?

  26. TIME-BOUND Is the objective contained to a single school year or course?

  27. PROGRESS Students will score X% greater on the post-test than on the pre-test. ACHIEVEMENT X% of students will achieve a score of X or higher. Progress vs. Achievement

  28. Maria’s Objective Objective Statement: In the current school year, each student will achieve an average of 1 year’s gain using the STAR Math assessment for students below, on, and above grade level as tested in August. • A good objective statement is one that is… • Specific • Measurable • Appropriate • Realistic • Time-bound

  29. Be the Evaluator: Assess Maria’s Objective Using the SMART criteria

  30. How Rigorous is the Objective? Originally developed by Keith Everson, Gwinnett County Schools, Georgia, 2011

  31. Objectives in other areas…

  32. Anna Tate 8th Grade Language Arts Teacher Pre-Assessment of Student Ability in Expository Writing

  33. Rubric used for Assessing Students

  34. Student Performance by Groups

  35. Anna’s Goal Goal Statement: For the 2011 – 12 school year, 100% of my students will make measurable progress in writing. Each student will improve by one performance level in composition, written expression, and mechanics/usage. Furthermore, 80% of the students will score a “3” or better overall. • A good goal statement is one that is… • Specific • Measurable • Appropriate • Realistic • Time-bound

  36. Specific: Focused on physical education, specifically the Presidential Fitness sub areas Measurable: Identified Presidential Fitness Test to be used to assess objective Appropriate: The teacher teaches the content and skills contained in the Presidential Fitness Tests. Realistic: The objective of increasing student performance by 20% is realistic. It is not out of reach and yet not too easy. Time-bound: Goal attainment can be addressed by the end of the year with the final Presidential Fitness Test. Sample SMART SLO During the 2011-12 school year, my sixth grade physical education students will improve performance by 20% on each of the Presidential Fitness Test sub areas.

  37. Anita Knapp’s Baseline Data

  38. Anita Knapp’s Baseline Data 9 9

  39. How SMART is this objective? Anita Knapp – Second Grade Teacher During this school year, my students will improve on word knowledge and oral reading fluency.

  40. How Rigorous is the Objective? Originally developed by Keith Everson, Gwinnett County Schools, Georgia, 2011

  41. Better SLO for Anita Knapp? Objective Statement: During this school year, 100% of my students will improve in word knowledge and oral reading as measured by PALS. Each student will move up at least a grade level in instructional reading level from fall to spring. Furthermore, students who are below grade level in instructional reading level will increase their instructional reading level by 1.5 years.

  42. How SMART is this Objective? Mason Dixon – Government Teacher 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.

  43. How Rigorous is the Objective? Originally developed by Keith Everson, Gwinnett County Schools, Georgia, 2011

  44. Better Objective for Mason Dixon? Objective Statement: During this school year, 100% of my students will improve in analyzing 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.

  45. How Smart is this Objective? Anne Droid – Basic Technical Drawing/Design/CAD (Teacher N) During this school year, 100% of my students will demonstrate measurable progress in the basic technical drawing by improving at least one performance level on the rubric. 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.

  46. Revise Maria’s SLO Original SLO Statement: In the current school year, the students will achieve an average of 1 year’s gain using the STAR Math assessment for students below, on, and above grade level as tested in August. Revised SLO Statement:

  47. Revise Maria’s SLO Original SLO Statement: In the current school year, the students will achieve an average of 1 year’s gain using the STAR Math assessment for students below, on, and above grade level as tested in August. Revised SLO Statement: In the current school year, all students will achieve at least 1 year’s gain using the STAR math assessment; students in the below grade level category will achieve at least 1.2 year’s gain.