Multiple Student Growth Measures

Report
EVALUATIONS
& STUDENT
GROWTH
MEASURES
2-20/21-2014, KEEN
CONFERENCE
BILL BAGSHAW,
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
KAYERI AKWEKS, EPC
KSDE, TLA, EVALUATIONS
FEDERAL WAIVER - PRINCIPLE 3
SUPPORTING EFFECTIVE
INSTRUCTION AND LEADERSHIP
Implement teacher and principal evaluation and
support systems that:
1. Are used for continual improvement of
instruction
2. Use at least 3 performance levels
3. Use multiple measures including student
growth as significant factor
4. Are used to evaluate on a regular basis
5. Provide clear, timely, and useful feedback
6. Are used to inform personnel decisions
EVALUATION SYSTEMS
FOR 2013-2014 AND 2014-2015
As of June 3, 2013 –
278 districts have submitted their Assurances Form
267 districts have had their Assurances Form approved
93 districts will be using the KEEP Repository
146 districts will be using vendors
46 districts will be using locally created evaluation systems
As of Feb 17, 2014 –
Districts are completing their D2 Assurances Form online for 20142015
All Districts must use an evaluation final summative rating for each
individual educator evaluation
All Districts must include student growth measures in their
evaluations
THINGS TO KNOW
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.
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 interrater agreement.
Student Growth Objectives (SGOs) or Student Learning Objectives
(SLOs) are to be developed with collaborative districtwide teams.
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.
2014-2015 ALL EVALUATIONS
KANSAS FINAL SUMMATIVE EVALUATION RATING
Chosen Instructional
Practice Protocol
SUMMARY RATING #1
FINAL
Summative
Evaluation
Rating
Three Student Growth
Measures
SUMMARY RATING #2
MATRIX WORKS
WITH OR WITHOUT PERCENTAGES
MATRIX USED TO DETERMINE SUMMATIVE EVALUATION RATING 1-24-2014.JPG
DRAFT DEFAULT LIST OF SGMS
DRAFT DEFAULT LIST OF STUDENT GROWTH MEASURES 1-27-2014.PDF
The Draft Default List of SGMS is in progress and will be available by June 1, 2014.
OPTIONAL TEMPLATE
QUESTIONS
Bill Bagshaw, Assistant
Director
KSDE – TLA
[email protected]
785-296-2198
Kayeri Akweks. EPC
KSDE – TLA
[email protected]
785-296-5140

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