TASP and Student Growth Measures

Report
Teacher Access to Student Performance (TASP)
and Student Growth Measures
Curriculum Directors
April 25, 2014
KANSAS Final Summative Evaluation Rating
Chosen Instructional
Practice Protocol
SUMMARY RATING #1
FINAL Summative
Evaluation Rating
SUMMARY RATING #2
Three Student Growth
Measures
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
TASP Overview
 Currently educators do not have the ability to verify student
course rosters provided to KSDE by school districts.
 Since student performance is a mandated component of each
educator’s evaluation, it is important that the educator is
aware of the students for which he/she is being held
responsible.
 Teacher Access to Student Performance (TASP) will provide
educators that ability.
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
Common Authentication
Teachers who do not have access to KSDE web
applications need to register.
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
Common Authentication
 KSDE Teacher ID
 Some applications, such as TASP, have an additional step that requires
an educator to enter his/her State Teacher ID and Social Security
Number. Both are required when requesting access to TASP. Once that
information has been entered, click on the “Submit” button.
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
TASP Overview: Data Flow
KIDS STCO records will populate the educator roster in TASP
KIDS
Coordinator
Principal
Teacher 1
TASP
Course 1Course 2 Course 3
Student Student
1
1Student 1
Student Student
2
2Student 2
Student Student
3
3Student 3
Student Student
4
4Student 4
Student Student
5
5Student 5
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
Data Flow Review
 EDCS course assignments must be done in EDCS before
educators are available in TASP.
 STCO records must be submitted to KIDS before students are
displayed in TASP.
 Teachers will only be able to view rosters once STCO records
have been submitted to KIDS.
 Any changes that occur in the SIS after STCO records are
submitted may impact subsequent STCO records that are sent
up to correct or update data.
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
Things to Know
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
Student Growth
Measures:
Kansas school districts will include student growth as a significant factor in the evaluation
of classroom teachers and building leaders.
State approved student growth measures will document the specific amount of student
growth attributable to the teacher or building leader between two identified points in
time.
Multiple measures of student growth (more than one) must be met before an educator
can be rated as effective or highly effective.
State assessments are one possible measure and are a required measure for all grade
levels and content areas that give them. Commercially purchased assessments and
locally developed performance assessments may also be used, once they are approved
by the KSDE.
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
KSDE Guidance for School
Districts:
LEAs should use the commercially purchased and locally developed student growth
measures they currently have. State assessments are required as given.
All grade levels across schools in a district should use the same measures.
Local performance assessments should be collaboratively designed, reviewed and
used across the district with strict adherence to an inter-rater agreement.
Student Growth Objectives (SGOs) or Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) are to be
developed with collaborative districtwide teams.
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
Next steps:
All districts will identify student growth measures to be used and
provide them to the KSDE (in a format to be determined) by June
30, 2014.
A “default list” of student growth measures for LEA reference will
be available and posted on the web by May 1, 2014.
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
Student Growth Measures
Online Submissions Forms
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
Student Growth Measures Online
Submission Form – Elementary
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org
QUESTIONS??
Teacher Licensure and Accreditation Team Director
Scott Myers
785-296-8010
785-296-7933 (fax)
[email protected]
Assistant Director
Bill Bagshaw
785-296-2198
[email protected]
Kansas State Department of Education
www.ksde.org

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