Leader SLTs

Report
TPSS
Leader & Teacher SLTs
2013-2014 School Year
The Teacher and Leader Evaluations work together to
increase educator effectiveness and student outcomes.
Component
Evaluation for Teachers
Evaluation for
School Leaders
Setting Goals
Teachers set two SLTs in collaboration
with evaluator
Leaders set two SLTs in collaboration
with evaluator
Focusing on Practice
Uses NIET / TAP Rubric to help
prioritize instructional activities that
will increase student outcomes and
identify teacher strengths and areas
for development
Uses three domains that help
prioritize leadership activities that
will increase student outcomes and
identify leaders strengths and areas
for development
Formal Feedback Cycles Minimum two observations
Minimum two site visits
Evaluation Measures
Weighted 50% Professional Practice
and 50% Student Outcomes
Weighted 50% Professional Practice
and 50% Student Outcomes
Final Evaluations
Based on five-point scale to be
entered into CODE (converted to four
point scale)
Based on four-point scale to be
entered into HCIS
Goals for school leaders should set a vision
for what students should be able to
accomplish by the year’s end.
Goals for school leaders should:
• Tie into your district-wide
goals
• Drive a leader’s daily work
• Align to teachers’ goals
• Help students be college and
career ready
District Goals Based on 8 Critical Goals
Leader SLTs
• Grades 3 – 8 schools:
– One must be based on percentage from chart of all
tested grades and subjects.
• Example: On the Spring 2014 Leap and iLeap tests, 70% (210
of 300)the students will score proficient or above.
– One must be based on moving at least 30%(60 of 200)
students who score unsatisfactory or approaching
basic up one level.
• Example: On the Spring 2014 Leap and iLeap tests, 30% of
the students that scored unsatisfactory or approaching basic
on the previous year’s test will score one level higher.
Leader SLTs
• Grades 9 - 12 schools (examples for C school):
– One must be based on percentage from chart of
all EOC tested subjects.
• Example: On the Spring 2014 EOC tests, 64% of the
students will score good or excellent.
– One must be based on having a certain
percentage of Juniors score 18 or higher on the
March 2014 ACT assessment.
• Example: On the March 2014 state-wide administration
of the ACT test, 50% of the Juniors taking the test will
score 18 or higher.
Leader SLTs
• Grades K-2 schools (examples for C school):
– One must be based on percentage from chart of all Dibels
tested grades at the school.
• Example: On the End of the Year Dibels Next assessment, 64% of
the students will be at benchmark.
– For schools with a 2nd grade, one must be based on the
DBT:
• Example: On the End of Year District Benchmark mathematics test
in 2nd grade, the school average will be 80%.
– For schools without a 2nd grade, leaders can choose to do a
math goal using Aimsweb or another Dibels goal focusing
on lowering the number of students intensive to below
10%.
• Example: On the End of Year Aimsweb math assessment, 80% of
the students will score proficient.
School Leaders and Teachers will set
their Student Learning Target Goals
using the State Averages for Schools in
their Category or District Guidance
when available.
See charts on upcoming slides.
Goals for Student Learning Targets for TPSS Leaders
Average Percentage of Students Scoring Basic or Above on LEAP/iLEAP (2010-11)
A Schools
ELA
Math
Science
Social Studies
Totals
3rd
98
98
97
96
97
4th
100
100
97
98
99
5th
99
97
97
99
98
6th
100
99
97
98
99
7th
100
100
100
99
100
8th
100
99
98
100
99
B Schools
ELA
Math
Science
Social Studies
Totals
3rd
86
88
86
81
85
4th
93
92
88
89
91
5th
87
87
85
86
86
6th
88
89
86
86
87
7th
88
89
84
85
87
8th
86
84
83
88
85
C Schools
ELA
Math
Science
Social Studies
Totals
3rd
77
82
78
74
78
4th
86
84
79
79
82
5th
78
79
76
78
78
6th
80
82
78
79
80
7th
79
79
75
76
77
8th
81
77
76
80
79
D Schools
ELA
Math
Science
Social Studies
Totals
3rd
65
68
61
60
64
4th
73
70
60
63
67
5th
66
65
55
60
62
6th
64
67
59
59
62
7th
64
67
59
62
63
8th
63
59
55
64
60
Goals for Student Learning Targets for TPSS Leaders
Average EOC Proficiency (Good or Excellent) Rates (11-12)
(English III and US History are estimates based on recent district performance)
A Schools
Algebra I
100
B Schools
Algebra I
96
C Schools
Algebra I
85
D Schools
Algebra I
70
Geometry English II
96
98
Geometry English II
66
82
Geometry English II
58
73
Geometry English II
45
63
Biology English III US History
96
75
Biology English III US History
71
65
62
55
50
70
45
B Schools C Schools D Schools
60
50
50
Biology English III US History
55
Percent of Juniors scoring 18 or higher on the Spring ACT Statewide administration
A Schools
60
Biology English III US History
ACT Goals
District Goal
70
40
50
Average
of all
89
Average
of all
73
Average
of All
64
Average
of All
55
Dibels Next Goals
% Benchmark on the EOY Dibels Test
A Schools
K
1st
2nd
90%
80%
80%
B Schools
K
1st
2nd
80%
70%
70%
C Schools
K
1st
2nd
70%
60%
60%
D or F Schools
K
1st
2nd
60%
50%
50%
Scale for other non-tested grades and
subjects
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D or F schools: average of 70%
C schools: average of 80%
B schools: average of 90%
A schools: average of 100%
*based on the fact that A schools are expected to have 100% of their students
proficient.
Formula for Achievement Ranges
with 70% as the Goal
Insufficient Attainment is any result below Partial Attainment. (1
point)
Below 54%
Partial Attainment is a range from 15% below the target to just below
the actual SLT. (2 points)
54%-69%
START HERE: Full Attainment is a range from the actual SLT up to 15%
above the target. (3 points)
70% - 85%
Exceptional Attainment is any result above the Full Attainment range.
This range should represent more than a year’s worth of growth. (4
points)
Above 85%
Example Scoring Range with 77% as
the goal.
61% or less of students
will score Basic or above
62% - 76% of students
will score Basic or
above
-15% from goal
77% - 92% of students will
score Basic or above
+15% from goal
93% or more of students
will score Basic or above
SLT Writing Process for Teachers
• Step 1: The school leader sets goals and provides
guidance to teachers regarding assessments and goals
to use.
• Goals must be set using Tier 1 assessments when available
and/or using the same assessments that the leader used to
set their goals.
• When Tier 1 assessments are not available or the leader goals
do not include the content of the course (i.e. physical
education), goals must be set using the most rigorous and
reliable assessments available.
• A teacher made test should not be used as the posttest when
other assessments are available (see assessment chart).
• When possible, one goal should be for all of the students a
teacher teachers and the other goal should focus on moving
lower performing students to proficient.
Student Learning Targets
Due Dates
September 13: Directors, Supervisors, and
Coordinators
September 30: Principal Deadline
October 31: Teacher Deadline
Resources
District SLT website (C&I Webpage):
http://www.tangischools.org//site/Default.aspx?PageID=17531

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