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1 Student Achievement Teacher Effectiveness Qualities of Effective Teachers Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC

2 Opening Questions 1. Why are effective teachers so important? 2. What is an effective teacher?

3 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Why are effective teachers so important?

4 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC What factor had the largest effect on student achievement? Mixed Ability Grouping? Class Size? Prior Achievement? The Teacher?

5 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC What factor had the largest effect on student achievement? Mixed Ability Grouping? 4 Class Size? 3 Prior Achievement? 2 The Teacher?1 Wright, Horn, & Sanders, (1997)

6 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Influences on Student Achievement: Explained Variance Hattie, (2003)

7 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC One-year Impact of Effective vs. Less Effective Teacher s

8 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Actual Reading Score Predicted Reading Score Over-predicted: The prediction was 16 points higher than actual. This student scored exactly as predicted. Under-predicted: The prediction was 20 points lower than actual. The majority of predictions are very accurate. 5 th Grade Reading: Predicted vs. Actual Stronge, Ward, & Grant, Journal of Teacher Education (2011)

9 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Teacher Achievement Indices: Reading Reading TAI Count Stronge, Ward, & Grant, Journal of Teacher Education (2011) Lower than predicted growth Higher than predicted growth

10 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Dallas Research: Teacher Quality Dallas, Texas data: students per cohort Comparison of 3 “highly effective” & 3 “ineffective” teachers (Jordan, Mendro, & Weerasinghe, 1997) 4 th Grade Math Achievement

11 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Dallas Research: Teacher Quality Dallas, Texas data: students per cohort Comparison of 3 “highly effective” & 3 “ineffective” teachers (Jordan, Mendro, & Weerasinghe, 1997) 4 th Grade Reading Achievement

12 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Sequence of Effective Teachers Low High 52-54percentile points difference Low HighHigh Sanders & Rivers (1996)

13 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Sequence of Effective Teachers Low High 13percentile points difference Low HighHigh Sanders & Rivers (1996) High

14 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Residual Effect Two years of effective teachers could not remediate the achievement loss caused by one year with a poor teacher. Mendro, Jordan, Gomez, Anderson, & Bembry (1998)

15 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Time in School Year Needed to Achieve the Same Amount of Learning Leigh, Economics of Education Review (2010) 01/41/23/41 25th Percentile Teacher 75th Percentile Teacher Years Needed

16 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Leigh, Economics of Education Review (2010) Time in School Year Needed to Achieve the Same Amount of Learning 01/41/23/41 10th Percentile Teacher 90th Percentile Teacher Years Needed

17 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Annual Student Achievement Gains Barber, M., & Mourshed, M. (2007). How the world’s best-performing school systems come out on top. London: McKinsey & Company. Retrieved from Education_report.pdf; Stronge, J.H., Ward, T.J., Tucker, P.D., & Grant, L.W., in preparation Teacher Quality Improvement: 25 th vs. 75 th percentile Class Size Reduction: 24:1 to 15:1

18 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Spillover Effect Jackon & Bruegmann, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (2009) Student achievement rises across a grade when a high- quality teacher comes on board: one-tenth to one-fifth the impact of replacing the students’ own teacher

19 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC What is an effective teacher?

20 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC The Enigma

21 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Qualities of Effective Teachers The Person Background Prerequisites Classroom Management & Instruction Organizing for Instruction Implementing Instruction Job Responsibilities and Practices EFFECTIVE TEACHERS Monitoring Student Progress & Potential Stronge, Qualities of Effective Teachers, ASCD (2007) Diagram used with the Permission of Linda Hutchinson, Doctoral Student, The College of William and Mary

22 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Which teacher factor is a strong predictor of student achievement gains? Teacher experience Teacher level of education Type of teacher certification X X X Prerequisites of Effective Teachers

23 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Prerequisite Characteristics

24 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Write a word or phrase to describe your most memorable teacher: The Teacher as a Person

25 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Which of these qualities is closest to your response? Used cooperative learning Gave great tests Maintained control of the classroom Had a major in mathematics Cared about me Made learning fun Pushed me to succeed

26 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC The Teacher as a Person CaringCaring Fairness & RespectFairness & Respect AttitudeAttitude Reflective PracticeReflective Practice

27 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC Qualities of Effective Teachers The Person Background Prerequisites Classroom Management & Instruction Organizing for Instruction Implementing Instruction Job Responsibilities and Practices EFFECTIVE TEACHERS Monitoring Student Progress & Potential Stronge, Qualities of Effective Teachers, ASCD (2007) Diagram used with the Permission of Linda Hutchinson, Doctoral Student, The College of William and Mary

28 Stronge and Associates Educational Consulting, LLC The Bottom Line Joe Carroll (1994) “… nothing, absolutely nothing has happened in education until it has happened to a student”


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