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1 Writing Effective Goals and Objectives Special Education In-Service September 25, 2009

2 Session Objectives Teachers will use student performance data including OAT and OGT results to develop IEP Goals and Objectives. Teachers will manipulate various websites to help with monitoring IEP Goals and Objectives.

3 1st Objective of the day… Teachers will use student performance data to develop IEP Goals and Objectives. OAT / OGT Student Information per school can be found on your disc. “Identify the common causes that keep you from achieving success in your system and you fix them.” Raymond J. McNulty

4 Resources OAT/ OGT Data Analysis (on disc) Pacing Guides District Testing Schedule Ohio Content Standards Testing Blueprints Practice Test Websites Study Island, Ed Helper, Pink Monkey Success-Public Portal

5 Where should I start…

6 Work Backward Look at… Previous Goals & Progress Monitoring Recent Performance Data

7 Determine where the student is NOW compared to typical peers… OAT Data OGT Data DIBELS SAT/ OLSAT DMA/ DRA PSAT/ NMSQT Pre ACT Rewards Phonics for Reading Read Well Rave-O Fastt Math Corrective Reading Read 180 Raz-Kids Study Island Short Cycle Assessments Diagnostic Writing

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9 Identify Areas of Need Determine Strengths and Weaknesses Prioritize Areas of Need Focus on Foundational Pieces of Curriculum What does the state think is important? (OAT/OGT blueprints) What does the child need to level the playing field?

10 Student OAT/ OGT Data 08-09

11 Look at your students individual performance, identify the weaknesses, develop IEP goals to make them strengths and work on them diligently everyday until your student reaches their goal! What does the state think is important?

12 Ohio Grade 3 Reading Achievement Test Blueprint Selection/ # of Items Length/ Type Standard Multiple Choice (1 pt.) Short Answer (2 pts.) Extended Response (4 pts.) Points 1Long ( )(6-8)11 Literary TextReading Process Literary Vocabulary1-2 2Long ( )(6-8)11 Informational TextReading Process Informational Vocabulary1-2 3Short (up to 350)(4-5)(0-2)(0-1) Literary TextReading Process Literary Vocabulary11 4Short (up to 350)(4-5)(0-2)(0-1) Informational TextReading Process Informational Vocabulary11 IndependentVocabulary55 Number of Scored Items Total Numbers36 or 37 items49

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15 What standard is an area of weakness?

16 Where does the student need to be? State Standards Continue to pull from your grade level Benchmarks DIBELS, District-wide Assessments Pacing Guides Foundational pieces- Preview/Review Content Access to General Education Curriculum What does the state think is important? Blueprints

17 How can you, or better yet, HOW WILL YOU correlate the information that you have analyzed from your students performance on standardized and state scores and incorporate that information into annual IEP goals and objectives for progress monitoring? Let’s think SMART if we are measured through OAT/ OGT / Alternate Assessment… Shouldn’t we align our IEP Goals and Objectives to our students performance on those assessments?

18 Example Student 6 th Grader Boy at GEMS Disability Category- SLD 5 th Grade Reading OAT Data (from disc) Acquisition of Vocabulary - Reading Process* Informational Text+ Literary Text-

19 Present IEP Goals Oral Reading Fluency Goal using DIBELS data and benchmarks Reading Comprehension Goal Using OAT Data, what can I change or add to this student’s IEP????

20 Include OAT/ OGT, Performance Assessments in the students Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance

21 Current IEP What can we add or change about this student’s Goals and Objectives???

22 Teachers will manipulate various websites to help with monitoring IEP Goals and Objectives. 2nd Objective of the day…

23 Review from In-Service Days from School Year Ohio Department of Education Success Portal Study Island

24 Success-Public Portal ode-state-oh-us.info/ ode-state-oh-us.info/

25 Understand what students should know and be able to do by the end of each grade. Help students in high school get ready for the Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT). (click here to see what's new)click here to see what's new Create custom practice test Success – Public Portal Build test for students Keep practice test archived Have multiple choice questions electronically scored Instant feedback for students Print out Practice test that you build Progress Monitor IEP goals & Objectives & link them to the development of student IEP

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28 Create your own user profile. Example…. Username: Nazzarinelaura Password: XXXXXX

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30 Steps 1 – 6 can be repeated if focusing on single content strands or multiple years

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32 You will “add a student “ if you want them to access the test online.

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35 For grading purposes and knowledge of student performance on specific questions, you must go to “practice test” 1 2

36 Record Practice Test Assignment ID# You will need this # to log in to obtain your answer key. 1 2

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40 You must type in the Auto Assigned Test ID # (which is from previous slide) from teacher generated test from website

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43 Quick TIP: You may click on “Submit Test” for immediate answer key for grading and progress monitoring documentation. Student test will begin here if taking online version of teacher created assessment.

44 Answer Key!

45 If your students took their test online, you can click on enter score and observe student performance, answering patterns, distracters and recommendations given by the state for common errors. This screen will also allow you to add extended response score.

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47 Study Island

48 Study Island Overview Teaching Tool and Assessment Tool! Start with the Pretest in Every Content Area- 20 questions Design Class Lists to customize the assessments. Ex: 5 th grade Reading and 3 rd grade Math Objectives Lesson and Questions for each Objective Comprehension skills across content areas Great for re-teaching, previewing

49 Study Island Overview Provides Data- already graded Monitor IEP Goals and Objectives Run Student Reports Customize Assessments Post Assignments with dates

50 High School OGT Math Looking for Areas of Weakness and Areas of Emphasis

51 Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) Blueprint for Mathematics Standard Multiple Choice (1 pt.) Short Answer (2 pts.) Extended Response (4 pts.) Total Number, Number Sense and Operations Items or 15-8 Points4-70 or 2 or 40 or 48-9 Measurement Items4 or 60 or 1 5 or 7 Points4 or 60 or 20 or 48 Geometry and Spatial Sense Items4 or 60 or 1 5 or 7 Points4 or 60 or 20 or 48 Patterns, Functions, and Algebra Items4-91 or 20 or Points4-92 or 40 or Data Analysis and Probability Items4-91 or 20 or Points4-92 or Total Scored Items Points What standards are an area of emphasis?

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53 Standard OH Grade 10 Math Standard Geometry and Spatial Sense B Describe and apply the properties of similar and congruent figures; and justify conjectures involving similarity and congruence. Covered by Study Island Topic: Similar & Congruent Figures

54 Standard OH Grade 10 Math Standard Geometry and Spatial Sense A Formally define geometric figures. Covered by Study Island Topic: Geometric Properties

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57 Printing Lessons and Questions

58 Choose the grade level

59 Choose the content area

60 Choose a lesson or an objective

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62 # of questions Choose session type

63 Print questions Hide Multiple Choice answers

64 Reports By Class, Individual, Grade Level, School

65 Individual Student Report

66 Individual Student Comparison Chart Student

67 Class Report by Content Area

68 Class Report On A Specific Topic/ Objective

69 Assignment Report

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71 We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit. -Aristotle West Clermont School Special Education Teachers


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