School Effectiveness Framework Alignment from Kindergarten to Grade 12
Learning Goals • SEF – Why K to 12 focus? • What is different? • How does the old Framework fit? • How does the SEF K – 12 inform SLIP work?
School Effectiveness Framework • School Self Assessment • District Reviews
Our Moral Purpose Reaching Every Student
The Three P’s Reaching Every Student
Seven Components of Effective Schools Reaching Every Student
The Context that Informs All Reaching Every Student
Activity #1 Mapping of the 7 components to the 4 Pillars
INDICATORS describe the intended outcome of the actions – facts, behaviours, structures or processes which indicate if we are on the right track EVIDENCE qualitative and quantitative measures for assessing whether and to what degree indicator is being attained – what are the students doing Using Indicators and Identifying Evidence
Indicator Definition: describes the intended outcome of the action of SEF component Example: A variety of valid and reliable assessment data is collected and disaggregated and used to inform planning and instruction Evidence Definition: example(s) of qualitative and/or quantitative measure to assess whether and/or to what degree indicator is being attained Example: Student achievement data are collected and disaggregated at three points throughout the year to ascertain progress in meeting targets, determine next steps and assure continuous student achievement COMPONENT: Assessment for, as and of Learning
Activity #2 • Component groupings Think/Pair/Share: • Looking at the indicators, identify examples of evidence measures that would confirm attainment and to what degree for each indicator and record these on the chart paper.