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  1. Developing Standards-Based, Assessment-Driven Student Growth Objectives in ALL Content Areas Summer 2013 • 1

  2. Online Discussion Site Go to: http://todaysmeet.com/ Room Name • Post questions, share information, etc. • Room will remain “open” until _______________. • Use it after the workshop to continue discussion.

  3. DAY 1 ---Today’s Agenda Morning Session • A. Introduction & Overview • Introduce Today’s Meet • Overview of AchieveNJ Evaluation System • Activity #1 – KWL Chart • Activity #2 – Pre Assessment Quiz • Compliance vs. Process • AchieveNJ/Teach NJ Requirements • SGO Template Components • B. SGO Basics • What is a SMART student growth objective? • Achievement and Growth Goals • B. SGO Basics (continued) • Activity #3 - Analysis & Evaluation of SGO Sample Goals • NJDOE Teacher SGO Attainment Levels • 4 Types of SGOs with samples • BREAK (15 minutes) • C. SGO Development Process & Timeline • Introduce/Review SGO process development steps & timelines • D. Introduce SGO Template • E. Revisit KWL Self-Reflection • LUNCH (1 hour) • 3

  4. Day 1 ---Today’s Agenda Afternoon Session • G. SGO Design Template Review • Intro to SGO template • SGO Blueprint - Walk-through sample SGO • H. Data Analysis & Considerations in Setting SGOs • Activity #5a: Building a SMART SGO • Mr. Smith – Science Pre-Assessment Data • I. Concluding Activity • Day 1 Feedback Form • Reminders: Items to Bring for Day 2 • DISMISSAL • Assessment Literacy • 1. Activity 4a: Survey of Assessment Practices • Linking Assessment in the Classroom with • Student Growth & Achievement • 3. Webb’s Depth of Knowledge • 4. Creating Classroom Assessments • 5. Types of Assessments • 6. Alignment: Assessments & Standards • 7. Rigor & Depth of Knowledge • 8. Choosing or Developing Quality Assessments • Instructional Connections: Data-driven • Instruction; Differentiated Instruction; Feedback for Students • Activity #4b: What Assessments are Utilized in • Your School for Measuring Learner Progress? • Activity #4c: Considerations When Choosing • or Developing a Quality Assessment • BREAK: (15 minutes) • 4

  5. Desired Outcomes Understand Student Growth Objective (SGO) requirements. Understand and apply the SMART-based SGO development process. Effectively lead professional staff in the creation of standards-based, assessment-driven SGOs. • 5

  6. FOR DAY 2 • Bring with you… • Resources • Standards (CCSS and NJCCCS) • Curriculum Guides • Grade Level • Course Syllabi • School Plans • School Improvement Plan • Consolidated Plan (Title 1) • District Assessments • Quarterly and Benchmark Tests • Performance Assessments • Portfolio Rubrics • Data • School Specific Data • Historical Test Data • Test Specifications • Data from District Assessments Paper or online! Bring Back Day 1 Guide! • 6

  7. Activity #1 Self-Reflection • 7

  8. Activity #2: Let’s take our… SGO 101 Pre-assessment! 8

  9. Introduction to Student Growth Objectives June January September • 9 9

  10. In New Jersey… G SLOs • 10

  11. What is a Student Growth Objective? According to the NJDOE (2013): “Student Growth Objectives (SGOs) are academic goals for groups of students that are aligned to state standards and can be tracked using objective measures.” 11

  12. What is a Student Growth Objective? • A Student Growth Objective must be: • Annual, specific and measureable • Based on growth and achievement • Aligned to NJ/CC curriculum standards • Based on available prior student learning data • A measure of what a student has learned between two points in time • Ambitious and achievable • A collaborative process between teacher and supervisor • Approved by the principal 12 http://www.state.nj.us/education/AchieveNJ/teacher/SGOGuidebook.pdf

  13. SGO SETTING: “THE CONTEXT” COMPLIANCE PROCESS vs. • 13

  14. SGO SETTING: PROCESS • 14

  15. SGO DESIGN TEMPLATE

  16. SGO SETTING Compliance! • 16

  17. Introduction to Teacher Evaluation Teachers in Tested Grades 4-8 Teacher Practice Performance on a teacher practice instrument, driven primarily through observation Stu. Growth Percentile State-calculated score that measures individual teacher’s ability to drive growth on NJ ASK NJASK Stu. Growth Objective Locally-calculated score that measures an individual teacher’s impact on stu. achievement Summative Rating Overall eval. score that combines the multiple measures of practice and student progress Inputs of Effective Teaching Outcomes of Effective Teaching N.J.A.C. 6A:10-4.1

  18. Student Growth Percentiles (SGPs)… FYI            All students can show growth. • Student Growth Percentiles (SGP) measure how much a student has learned from one year to the next compared to peers with similar academic history from across the state. • Students scored on a scale from 1 – 99. • Growth baseline established by student’s prior learning as measured by all of student’s NJ ASK results.                          For More Information…NJDOE SGP video            http://www.state.nj.us/education/AchieveNJ/teacher/percentile.shtml       • 18

  19. Teachers in Tested Grades Tested Grades and Subjects (Currently grades 4-8, math and ELA): 55% from teacher practice and 45% from student achievement measures * The NJDOEwill look to incorporate other measures where possible and percentages may change as system evolves. • 19

  20. Teacher Evaluation: Introduction Introduction to Teacher Evaluation Teachers in Non-Tested Grades/Areas Teacher Practice Performance on a teacher practice instrument, driven primarily through observation Stu. Growth Objective Locally-calculated score that measures an individual teacher’s impact on stu. achievement Summative Rating Overall eval. score that combines the multiple measures of practice and student progress Inputs of Effective Teaching Outcomes of Effective Teaching N.J.A.C. 6A:10-4.1

  21. Teachers in Non-Tested Grades/Subjects Non-Tested Grades and Subjects: Student Achievement will be 15% in SY 13-14. Teacher Practice will be 85%. *The Department will look to incorporate other measures where possible and percentages will change as system evolves. • 21

  22. Teacher Evaluation: Summative Evaluation Non-Tested Grades and Subjects • 22

  23. Teacher Evaluation: Summative Evaluation Tested Grades and Subjects • 23

  24. Principal Evaluation: Introduction • New evaluation systems for Principals will include the following components: Principal Practice Performance on a principal practice evaluation instrument Eval. Leadshp. Outputs that define how well a principal is leading imp. of the eval system School SGP State-calc. score that measures a principal’s ability to drive growth in ELA and math Average SGO Locally-calc. score that aggregates the perf. of all teachers in a school on SGOs Admin. Goals Locally-calc. score that measures a principal’s impact on stu. achievement Summ. Rating Overall eval. score that combines the multiple measures of practice & outcomes Inputs Student/Teacher Outcomes

  25. Principal Evaluation: SGP and SGO Components School SGP • Principals whose students have SGPs will receive the average school-wide SGP score. • Principals will be placed in 3 categories: Multi-Grade SGP Principal, Non-SGP Principal, Single-Grade SGP Principal. Component weighting will differ across categories. SGO Average • Principals will be rated on their teachers’ success in achieving student growth objectives (SGOs) each year through an average of their teachers’ scores.

  26. Principal Evaluation: A Look at All Components Inputs Student/ Teacher Outcomes

  27. SGO SETTING Process! • 27

  28. Introduction to SMART SGO • 28

  29. What does it mean to be… S ? M A R T

  30. SMART SGOs are… S … Specific M … Measurable A … Attainable/Ambitious R … Results-driven T … Timed • 30

  31. SMART SGOs are… • 31

  32. Growth vs. Achievement Goals GROWTH ACHIEVEMENT Students’ post-assessment scores will be ___% greater than the pre-assessment. On the post-assessment, ___% of students will achieve a score of ___ or higher. SGOs can be growth and/or achievement goals. • 32

  33. IS THIS SGO . . . . During the 2013-14 school year, Language Arts students will improve their accuracy, fluency and comprehension. SMART During the 2013-14 school year, all of my 3rd grade Language Arts students will demonstrate measurable progress in the reading skills of accuracy, fluency and comprehension. All students will achieve at least 1 year’s gain as measured by the Star Reading Enterprise Assessment. Students in the below grade level band will attain at least 1.2 year’s gain.

  34. ACTIVITY #3 S M A R T

  35. TYPES OF SGOs • 35

  36. Teacher attainment of SGOs Source: http://www.state.nj.us/education/AchieveNJ/teacher/SGOGuidebook.pdf • 36

  37. TYPE: General SGO ELEMENTARY LITERACY • 37 *These numbers will be determined by teacher and principal based on knowledge of students to create a rigorous and attainable goal. • 37

  38. TYPE: General SGO GRADE 6 MUSIC *Teachers can also use rubrics or portfolio assessments to measure student attainment. In this example the district created a rubric for 6th grade music teachers to measure attainment of certain skills. • 38

  39. TYPE: Tiered General SGO PHYSICS 1 • 39

  40. SGO Statement: At least 75% of my 65 students will score 80% or above on the end of course test. Using the full attainment score range as a starting point, you can assign ranges to the other attainment standards as shown below. For consistency, 14% ranges are used in the “partial” category. TYPE: General SGO Using the data from the tiered sample, 24 students in the high and middle tiers scored at or above 80%. If only 10 student in the low tier scored at or above 80%, this teacher would only receive a Insufficient rating.

  41. Tiered SGO Scoring Plan and Weighted Score

  42. TYPE: Specific/Targeted Students GRADE 8 LAL For some teachers there may be a specific student group that is appropriate to target. In this instance, the teacher identified a group of students with low preparedness who he believed would benefit from increased work in reading fluency. • 42

  43. TYPE: Specific/Targeted Content/Skill HISTORY Teachers can also use rubrics or portfolio assessments to measure student attainment. In this example the district created a rubric for U.S. History students to measure attainment of specific critical thinking skills. • 43

  44. The SGO Development Process SGO REVIEW and EDUCATOR SGO SCORE PREPARE SGO STUDENT GROWTH OBJECTIVES PROCESS PRE-APPROVAL STAGE DEVELOP SGO SCORE SGO RESULTS SGO SUBMISSION & APPROVAL IMPLEMENT AND MONITOR SGO FOCUSED STRATEGIES EVIDENCE COLLECTION MID-YEAR SGO REVIEW

  45. PREPARE SGO

  46. DEVELOP SGO

  47. IMPLEMENT and MONITOR SGO Focused Strategies

  48. IMPLEMENT and MONITOR SGO Evidence Collection

  49. SCORE SGO RESULTS

  50. IMPORTANT DATES SGO SUBMISSION FOR APPROVAL (by 11/15/13) SGO MID-YEAR REVIEW (by 2/15/14)