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1 PAIU CC Meeting – February 2015 Kristen Lewald, Ed.D PVAAS Statewide Director for PDE

2 Will be released & available for LEA use on March 2, 2015! Webinar Training & Demo: March 10, 2015 from 3:00-4:00pm Penn*Link will announce release & include information on joining webinar (Prior registration not necessary.) PowerPoint demonstration slides, with notes, available on PVAAS home page: https://www.pvaas.sas.comhttps://www.pvaas.sas.com PEERS FAQ coming soon to PVAAS login page!

3 How do I get started using PEERS? Does my LEA/district need to sign up or register? No, LEAs do NOT need to register or sign up to use PEERS. PEERS will be live on March 2, Beginning on that date, all LEAs can use PEERS, if and how they choose! As of the March 2, 2015 release, any LEA may begin using PEERS!

4 For Use with 82-2: Correlation/Relationship Data Conversion of PVAAS Teacher Reporting to 0-3 Scale Admins: “Teacher Lists” Available in PVAAS March 2nd IMPORTANT: This is a visual demo slide ONLY, scales are NOT reflective of the actual PA scaling system.

5 Pennsylvania Educator Effectiveness Rating System

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7 PAIU CC Meeting – February 2015 Kristen Lewald, Ed.D PVAAS Statewide Director for PDE

8 PVAAS Projections to SAT, PSAT, and ACTPVAAS Teacher Reporting Survey ThemesFall 2014 Professional Development Follow-Up Preparing for Spring 2015 PVAAS Roster Verification SY Professional Development Planning

9 LOOKING AHEAD LOOKING BACK

10 Available beginning February 20, New PVAAS student projections for currently enrolled students in Grades 6-12 Recorded training session will be available on the PVAAS website no later than March 10, 2015 o Recording will be posted under e-Learning link o Session will address the following topics: Overview of Methodology for PVAAS Student Projections to SAT, PSAT, and ACT Benchmark Scores Used for PVAAS Student Projections to SAT, PSAT, and ACT Students/Grade Levels Receiving PVAAS Student Projections to SAT, PSAT, and ACT Offer Guidance on How to Use These New Projections Offer Guidance on How to Use Them to Help Students Plan for College

11 PVAAS Projection Reports:

12 Student Projection Report:

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14 ACT Composite (College Benchmark 22) ACT English (College Benchmark 18) ACT Math (College Benchmark 22) ACT Reading (College Benchmark 22) ACT Science (College Benchmark 23) SPP Example: Jennifer Kurtz has a __% likelihood of scoring at least a 22 for the ACT Composite.

15 PSAT Composite: o PSAT Composite (10 th Grade College Benchmark 133) o PSAT Composite (11 th Grade College Benchmark 142) PSAT Math: o PSAT Math (10 th Grade College Benchmark 44) o PSAT Math (11 th Grade College Benchmark 47) PSAT Critical Reading: o PSAT Critical Reading (10 th Grade College Benchmark 42) o PSAT Critical Reading (11 th Grade College Benchmark 45) PSAT Writing: o PSAT Writing (10 th Grade College Benchmark 42) o PSAT Writing (11 th Grade College Benchmark 45) Example: Joan Perekupka has a __% likelihood of scoring at least 133 for the PSAT Composite (10 th Grade College Benchmark).

16 SAT Composite (College Benchmark 1550) SAT Critical Reading (College Benchmark 500) SAT Math (College Benchmark 500) SAT Writing (College Benchmark 500) SPP Examples: Jennifer Ross has a __% likelihood of scoring at least a 1550 for the SAT Composite.

17 Note: For PSAT, there will be two options for each student for projections (the 10 th Grade benchmarks and 11 th Grade benchmarks, since students in Pennsylvania take these in both grades). For SAT and ACT, there would just be one option.

18 Highlights from Teacher & Administrator Surveys

19 Indicate the type(s) of professional development you used to learn how to navigate, interpret, and use PVAAS Teacher-Specific reporting: Teachers: Administrators: 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0%

20 Overall, how easy was it to interpret and use the PVAAS Teacher-Specific reporting? Teachers: Administrators: 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0%

21 Please rate the user friendliness of the PVAAS Teacher-Specific reports. Teachers: Administrators: 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0%

22 Administrators: Did you have conversation(s) with individual teachers about their PVAAS Teacher- Specific reports? Were you able to answer questions that teachers had about their PVAAS Teacher- Specific reports?

23 Administrators: Did you encourage your teachers to have conversations with other teachers about ways to support each other to improve academic outcomes for students?

24 Teachers: Was your school administrator able to answer questions you had about your PVAAS Teacher-Specific reports?

25 Teachers: Were you encouraged by your administrator to have conversations with other teachers about ways to support each other to improve academic results for students? Did you have other conversations with other teachers about your PVAAS Teacher-Specific reports?

26 How would you like to receive support/training? (Select one as your preferred approach.) Teachers: Administrators: Training by PVAAS team at my IU 1:1 web session with PVAAS team

27 Follow-Up with LEAs

28 o Contacted 411 LEAs who attended Fall 2014 PVAAS professional development sessions o Purpose: check in with LEAs to see how things are going and offer a one-hour follow-up call or webinar session o 18 LEAs who have requested 1:1 follow-up call/webinar o Top 3-4 topics: Review of Report(s) that have most meaning for teachers on instructional practices and changes Composite Calculation Conversion of Composite to 0-3 Scale on Educator Evaluation Roster Verification Questions

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30 Files shared with you in January Was this information helpful? How did you share/use? Feedback from your LEAs? Questions? Repeat next year?

31 Preparing for the RV process PVAAS Account Management o Ensure District Admin is held by current Superintendent/CEO or his/her designee o For help during RV, assign appropriate District Users account management privileges and/or Roster Verifier access o Ensure School Admin accounts are assigned to appropriate staff o Ensure all teachers have PVAAS School User accounts o Ensure PPIDs are included on all PVAAS accounts (Required to access the roster verification system!) Account managers: review PVAAS webinar recording, “Account Management: Preparing for Roster Verification” o Access recording at

32 Preparing for RV: PIMS Collections o PIMS collection for prepopulating PVAAS rosters C6 PVAAS 14-15: Staff Student Subtest template Open NOW! Deadline to submit is March 25, 2015 at 11:59 pm. HARD DEADLINE – NO CORRECTION WINDOWS! Recommend LEAs submit now, and submit again closer to March 25 Use the COGNOS reports before March 25 o PIMS collection for creation of PVAAS accounts C6 Staff UPDTS14-15: Staff template Sent monthly (approximately). Upcoming collection dates: 2/17/2015, 3/17/2015, 4/21/2015 Mass creation of PVAAS SCHOOL USER accounts

33 Preparing for RV: Account Management District Admin/District Users with Account Management access can download a report of ALL active PVAAS accounts within their LEA. Report is accessed after logging in and clicking the “Admin” link at the top right.

34 PIMS Collection – Gap Enrollment C6 StudentUPDTS14-15, Student, School Enrollment template Many collection dates before and during the RV process: o March 24 & 31, 2015 o April 14, 21, & 28, 2015 o May 5, 12, 19, & 26, 2015 o June 2, 2015

35 Training and Resources Citrix GoToWebinar system change resulted in a change in the way attendees join PVAAS webinars Updated training documents (with direct links to sessions) available on PVAAS login page: https://www.pvaas.sas.com https://www.pvaas.sas.com blast on 2/4/15 to PVAAS District Admin & District User account holders notifying them of the change

36 Training and Resources: Roster Verification Virtual Learning Module Accessible 24/7 through PVAAS website Segments for Teachers, School Admins and School Verifiers, and District Admin and District Verifiers o Part 1 – Released November 1, 2014 o Part 2 - Coming Soon! To be released by end of February 2015 Stay tuned for notification!

37 Training and Resources: Roster Verification Virtual Learning Module Part 1: Released Nov 1, 2014 #TitleEstimated Time (in minutes) Opening ScreenWelcome1 Menu Choice 1What is Roster Verification10 Menu Choice 2Roster Verification Overview12 Menu Choice 3Instructional Responsibility18 Part 2: Released by end of Feb 2015 – Coming Soon! #TitleEstimated Time (in minutes) Menu Choice 4 Teacher Actions12 Menu Choice 5 School Admin Actions24 Menu Choice 6 LEA/District Admin Actions15 Menu Choice 7 Resources/Support1

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39 SY15-16 Professional Development Plan In development Discussing combo of F2F, virtual/webinars, 1:1 F2F Discussing possible unique needs/approaches for largest 25 LEAs and/or urban districts Discussing offerings for those in “coaching” roles Discussing “Guides” to Using PVAAS; District Admins, School Admins, teachers Discussing development of content-specific questions for 4 domains and CIAO areas Anyone want to give feedback to us when a draft plan is ready? o

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