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  1. Learning More AboutPVAAS Teacher Specific Reporting PVAAS Statewide Team for PDE January 2014 Webinars

  2. Welcome! Session Needs: Jen Kurtz, pdepvaas@iu13.org PVAAS Statewide Team for PDE Session Facilitator: Kristen Lewald, Ed.D. PVAAS Statewide Project Director for PDE Session Facilitator: Joan Perekupka PVAAS Statewide Team for PDE Session Facilitator: Jennifer Ross PVAAS Statewide Team for PDE SY12-13 PVAAS PILOT

  3. Session Focus -To receive a copy of today’s PPT in PPT format, email: pdepvaas@iu13.org -Session archived • PVAAS: 2002 to Today • Roster Verification • Access to Roster Verification and Teacher Reporting • Concept of Growth & Measuring Growth • Types of Reports for Teachers • Effective Use and Support for Teacher Specific Reporting • Timeline for PVAAS Teacher Specific Reporting • Resources and Supports

  4. Learning More About PVAAS Teacher Reporting PVAAS: 2002 to Today

  5. PVAAS: 2002 to Today 100 Pilot LEAsDistrict & SchoolReporting 273 Pilot LEAs Teacher PILOT Reporting Statewide Implementation:District & School ReportingStudent Projections NOW: Statewide Implementation of District, School, and Teacher Reporting& Student Projections

  6. Purpose of PVAAS Teacher Specific Reporting: To inform teaching practice in order to guide replication, changes, or adjustments of teaching practices for continual professional growth.

  7. Learning More About PVAAS Teacher Reporting Roster verification: LEA Data to PVAAS teacher Specific Reporting

  8. Prior to the Release ofTeacher Specific Reporting… • Teachers, School Admins, and District Admins will complete the PVAAS Roster Verification Process

  9. Prior to the Release ofTeacher Specific Reporting… PVAAS Roster Verification Process • Teachers, School Admins, and District Admins verify that the right students are linked to the right teachers for the right subject/grade/course for the right % of Instructional Responsibility • The total instructional responsibility percentage for each student is comprised of two percentages. • % student-teacher enrollment  the percentage of days that the teacher and the student have been concurrently enrolled; from the first school day of the tested grade/subject/course through the last school day before the LEA’s testing window opens for the tested grade/subject/course • % full/partial instruction (shared instruction) the percentage of instruction for which the teacher has responsibility for the student. • Responsibility for planning, delivering, and assessing instruction • Responsibility for components of Domains 1 and 3

  10. PIMS Course/HQT into PVAAS Roster Verification System PIMS Course/HQT Collection Windows • Purposes of this Collection: • HQT • PVAAS Teacher Specific Reporting • Courses of Rigor for SPP • SY13-14 Schedule: • Jan 6 – Feb 3    Collection window • Feb 10 – March 21     Correction window • March 28 File sent from PIMS to PVAAS

  11. PVAAS Roster Verification Process From your LEA into PIMS into PVAAS

  12. PVAAS Roster VerificationTimelines LEA Start-Up (April 28-May 2) Strongly Recommended Make sure it is ready for your teachers!

  13. Release ofTeacher Specific Reporting

  14. PVAAS Roster VerificationTraining Opportunities • Webinars – live or recorded; same as March Face to Face Sessions • Dates/Times: • February 4, 2014 12:30-3:30pm • February 5, 2014 8:30-11:30am • February 10, 2014 12:30-3:30pm • February 13, 2014 8:30-11:30am • February 18, 2014 12:30-3:30pm • February 20, 2014 8:30-11:30am • February 24, 2014 12:30-3:30pm • February 27, 2014 8:30-11:30am • No Registration Necessary for Webinars! • Instructions for joining webinar are found in SY2013-14 PVAAS Teacher Specific Reporting Guide to Implementation booklet found on PVAAS login page

  15. PVAAS Roster VerificationTraining Opportunities • Face-to-Face Sessions – same as Webinar Sessions • Locations/Dates/Times: • PaTTANPittsburgh Office • March 6, 2014 - 8:30-11:45am OR 12:30-3:45pm • March 7, 2014 – 8:30-11:45am • PaTTANKing of Prussia Office • March 11, 2014 - 8:30-11:45am OR 12:30-3:45pm • March 12, 2014 – 8:30-11:45am • PaTTANHarrisburg Office • March 13, 2014 - 8:30-11:45am OR 12:30-3:45pm • March 14, 2014 – 8:30-11:45am • Registration is REQUIRED for Face-to-Face Sessions! • Registration Deadline: February 28, 2014 • Instructions for registration are found in SY2013-14 PVAAS Teacher Specific Reporting Guide to Implementation booklet found on PVAAS login page

  16. Roster Verification Virtual Learning Module • Self- Guided , Web-based Module • Available in February 2014 • Anticipate time of 45-60 min • Learn about Roster Verification (RV) • What is it? • Why do we need to do RV? • % Instructional Responsibility • How to do RV?

  17. Learning More About PVAAS Teacher Reporting Access to PVAAS Roster Verification and PVAAS TEacher Reporting

  18. Access to Teacher Specific Reporting • Access to PVAAS • PVAAS Username • PVAAS Password • Double level of authentication is required to access PVAAS Teacher Specific Reporting • Administrators need to know their PPID • Teachers need to know their PPID • No account sharing!! • 1 Person per PVAAS Account

  19. Will PVAAS teacher-specific reporting be reported publicly? • Act 82 states that “An employee's individual rating form shall not be subject to disclosure under the act of February 14, 2008 (P.L. 6, No. 3), known as the "Right-to-Know Law."  PDE will follow the law on non-disclosure.

  20. What does my District or School Admin see? • The same PVAAS data and reporting for an individual teacher that a teacher can see • No additional data or reporting on any individual teacher! • School Admins can also: • See a District/School Teacher Summary for quick access by school/grade/subject/course • Search to locate an individual teacher’s report

  21. PVAAS User Accounts • .XLS of all of your LEA User accounts will be sent to PVAAS District Admin account holder in January from IU PVAAS Contact • If you do not receive by the end of January, contact IU PVAAS Contact. • Make sure everyone who needs an account has one by the end of March 2014 • Use PIMS Staff Template for account creation • Modify/Delete accounts locally • Teachers who will do Roster Verification must have a PVAAS SCHOOL USER account!

  22. Account Management forPVAAS Roster VerificationTraining Opportunities • Webinars – live or recorded • Dates/Times: • January 28, 3:00-4:00pm • January 29, 9:00-10:00am • January 30, 3:00-4:00pm • No Registration Necessary for Webinars! • PVAAS Account Administrator; PIMS Admin • Instructions for joining webinar are found in SY2013-14 PVAAS Teacher Specific Reporting Guide to Implementation booklet found on PVAAS login page

  23. Learning More About PVAAS Teacher Reporting Concept of growth

  24. PVAAS Reporting:Growth and Projections PVAAS Teacher Specific Reporting is about GROWTH!

  25. Is it at least reasonable…. • To be expected to maintain the achievement level for a group of students??? • If a higher achieving group of students: to keep them high achieving? • If an average achieving group of students: to keep them at least at that level? • If a lower achieving group of students: to keep them at least at that level, and not slip as a group? • We may need to yield more growth if increased achievement is the goal.

  26. Achievement vs. Growth • Measures students’ progress across time (i.e., across years and grade levels) • Measures students’ performance at a single point in time • Highly correlated with students’ demographic background • Not related to demographic background when a student’s prior achievement is adequately accounted for; dependent on what happens as a result of schooling

  27. Teacher Specific Evidence #1:Growth and % Economically Disadvantaged Higher % Econ Disadv Lower % Econ Disadv

  28. Teacher Specific Evidence #2:Growth and % Minority Lower % Minority Higher % Minority

  29. Teacher Specific Evidence #3: Growth and % LEP Lower % LEP Higher % LEP

  30. Teacher Specific Evidence #4: Growth and % Special Education Lower % Special Ed Higher % Special Ed

  31. Teacher Specific Evidence #5:Growth and Achievement Lower Avg Achievement Higher Avg Achievement

  32. Teacher Specific Evidence #6:Growth and Number of Students per Roster Fewer Students More Students

  33. Measuring Academic Growth in PVAAS Previous Year’s Group Grade 8 Most Recent Year’s Group Grade 8

  34. Measuring Academic Growth in PVAAS Grade 4 Grade 3 Grade 6 Grade 5

  35. Measuring Academic Growth in PVAAS PVAAS does NOT compare the percentages of students at various PSSA performance levels to measure growth!

  36. Measuring Academic Growth in PVAAS PVAAS does NOT compare the percentages of students at various PSSA performance levels to measure growth!

  37. Measuring Academic Growth in PVAAS Students don’t all startat the same place academically

  38. Key Ideas for PVAAS Growth Measures • No individual student growth measures! • PVAAS Growth provides a measure of the growth of a teacher’s group of students • Students serve as their own control

  39. Learning More About PVAAS Teacher Reporting Measuring growth for teacher specific reporting

  40. Teacher Verified RosterPer Subject/Grade/Course

  41. Why Would a StudentNOT Be Included in the Analyses? • Did not take the PA state assessment • Took the PASA (alternative assessment) • Did not have a sufficient testing history in prior years • Is a first year ELL student • Is a Foreign Exchange student • Teacher’s Instructional Responsibility for a student does NOT meet minimum threshold • < 10%, then not included in the value-added analyses

  42. Did all students take the test?Per Subject/Grade/Course

  43. Did all students take the test?2 students did not take the test - not included Did Not Take Test Did Not Take Test

  44. % Instructional Responsibility 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 50% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 50% 100% 5% 5% 50% 5%

  45. % Instructional ResponsibilityAny student <10% NOT Included 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 50% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 50% 100% 5% 5% 50% 5%

  46. Are there at least 11 different students?Actual N Count ≥ 11 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 50% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 50% 100% 50% YES Actual N=22

  47. Instructional ResponsibilityActive N Count Must ≥ 6 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 50% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 50% 100% 50%

  48. Instructional ResponsibilityIs there an Active N Count ≥ 6? 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% = 1 Active 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 50% = 1 Active 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% 50% 100% 50% = 1 Active YES Actual N = 22 Active N = 19 students

  49. Measuring Growth: Students’ Starting Point PA Data All Prior Data Teacher’s Group of Students Estimated Prior Achievement of Teacher’s Group of Students