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1 SSJCSS Teacher Evaluation Process For New Certified Staff August 2013

2 We know how folks feel….. BGxv-U6Lghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6k BGxv-U6Lg

3 the show must go on……

4 Agenda SSJCSS Evaluation Handbook –Background Information/Purpose Student Learning Objectives (SLO’s) Standard for Success (SFS)

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6 Teacher Eval Handbook

7 Definition of SLO A goal that targets a particular skill and a particular group of students. Most SSJCSS staff use two targeted SLO’s A few staff are trying a caseload SLO.

8 Intent of SLO’s Targeting a group of students with a low level of readiness Implementing instruction to improve the outcome for that group Monitoring the outcome

9 SLO PROCEDURES

10 1) Pick a goal Identify the target group Define the targeted goal for the group

11 2) Determine the assessment Identify the assessment that will be utilized to gather data

12 3) Set the data parameters Gather individual baseline data for all students in target group Set individualized student targets which must be rigorous, but able to be obtained by April 30 th. Record information on the Excel Data Tracking Sheet

13 4) Progress monitor Record progress monitoring data at on the SLO Data Tracking Worksheet. Discuss frequency of SLO progress monitoring with supervisor

14 5) Submit data in May Submit the completed SLO Data Tracking Worksheet to your supervisor Be prepared with evidence to compliment your data

15 SOME ADVICE & EXAMPLES

16 Targeted Population Look for similar skills that need to be addressed The group doesn’t need to meet at the same time This will determine your target group

17 SLP Example Skills Elementary students with articulation errors Students on the spectrum who struggle with “WH questions” Preschoolers who can’t follow directions Non-English speakers AAC Users

18 Essential Skills Example Skills Steps of a task analysis Domain areas –Personal management –Functional academics –Vocational Levels of prompting

19 Behavioral Example Skills Using a personal schedule Using “break cards” Self-monitoring behavior Assignments turned in on time

20 OT/PT Example Skills Jumping Hand writing Use of sensory supports Self-feeding Reduction of physical prompts

21 Preschool Example Skills Identifying shapes, colors, #’s, letters Following directions Increased time in seat Personal management

22 Targeted Goal Wording Identified students will meet their individualized target goal for…. (insert skill here) In the skill area each student will have an individualized baseline & an individualized target

23 Assessment How are you going to progress monitor this goal? What do you already have available? –Task analysis –Trials of performing the skill –Event recording –Prompt reduction

24 SLO DATA

25 SLO Data Process Determine individual student baseline & set individualized targets in the beginning of September. The individual student targets are set to be achieved by April 30th (8 months). Progress monitor throughout the year.

26 SLO Data Tracking Worksheet

27 SCORING THE SLO’S Step Four

28 SLO Effectiveness Scoring End of year data point for each student. Could be an average level of performance throughout the year for certain goals. Each student met or did not meet the goal set by the educator at the beginning of the school year. Use SLO Effectiveness Scale to determine score.

29 SLO Effectiveness Scale 90%+ : Highly Effective 75-89%: Effective 60-74%: Improvement Necessary 59% or less: Ineffective

30 Effectiveness Determination Example 9/12 students met their individualized goal= 75% (Effective) 3/5= 60% (Improvement Necessary) Tips: –Larger sample –Expect rigorous, but attainable progress

31 Is this an IEP goal? Maybe…. For purposes of SLO, we want to see –Baseline in fall –Treatment throughout year with data –End point in spring SLO’s may parallel IEP Goals Some data points may be used for both needs

32 CASELOAD SLO

33 Goal for an EFFECTIVE Professional: 80% of a random sample of IEP goals (at least 5 IEPs/3 goals each) will demonstrate a positive trend line through progress monitoring of goals.

34 Data Process Begin by collecting baseline data on IEP goals at the start of the school year Revise IEP goals as necessary Progress monitor Determine performance at end of year. Meaningful educational benefit?

35 Time frame for student progress School year, not ACR to ACR Can meaningful educational benefit at the end of the school year be proven? (Rio Rancho Public Schools 2003) What has the teacher been working on with the student this academic year? May choose not to “evaluate” recently written goals

36 Meaningful educational benefit This is what we expect/standard set by Article 7 Allows for unique circumstances –Student out for surgery Can use other sources of data as evidence Not only focused on the small group of students within two targeted goals, but entire caseload

37 Caseload SLO Data Process Given names of students on caseload Meet with supervisor. Bring IEP & data Look at each goal: positive growth trend. Yes or no Total # of yes/Total # of goals= Effectiveness %

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