Preparing for End of Year Evaluations

Report
Camden City School District
Office of Evaluation
Preparing to get observation, evaluation and support to the finish line
Office of Evaluation
Agenda
• Overview of the SGO Scoring Process
• Preparing for Conversations about Student Growth
• Questions
SGO Scoring Process
Team Actions
1. Conduct End of Year Testing: Teachers and building leaders work together to administer end of year
assessments (MAP/DRA/SMI/Subject-specific/etc…)
2. Prepare Data: Teacher, coaches, school leaders prepare data for analysis
Teacher Actions
1. Self - Score SGO: Teacher scores their SGO
2. Submit SGO: Teacher attaches Scored SGO and relevant data in Teachscape. Provides assessment used if
not Math/ELA
Lead Evaluator Actions
1. Score SGO: Lead evaluator reviews data and SGO, inputs score into Teachscape
• If changing score – lead evaluator must document reason with evidence
• If confirming score – lead evaluator can simply cite evidence provided
2.
Inform Conversation: Use data to focus conversation on student outcomes
1. End of Year Assessments
• K – 8 DRA Testing: should all be administered, completed, and scored by April 15.
Scores submitted to On-Course by April 30.
• K – 1 enVisionMATH End of Year Test: should all be administered, completed, and
scored by Friday, May 23.
• 2 – 5 SMI Testing: May be started as early as Monday April 14 and must be
completed by Friday, May 23.
• 6 – 8 MAP Testing: May be started as early as Monday April 14 and must be
completed by Friday, May 23.
• 9 – 12 MAP Testing: May be started as early as Monday April 28 and must be
completed by Friday, May 16.
• All Others: Recommended that tests are administered and scored by May 15th
where possible.
2. Prepare Data for Scoring
• Organize and Analyze: Once teacher has given assessment,
they will then need to prepare data in a way that is
conducive to analysis and scoring of the SGO.
• Math/ELA Teachers: For MAP/SMI/DRA these reports should come in a
standardized form. Math, Literacy, and Data Leaders will be prepped to
help teachers prepare and interpret these reports.
• Other Subject Areas: For other subject areas, we will work with you and
your staff to help put this data into a standardized and manageable format.
Example: Simplified DRA2 Goal
Target
Score
% of
students
achieving
reading
level
growth goal
Exceptional (4)
Full (3 )
Partial (2)
Insufficient (1)
85-100% of
students
will achieve one
year’s growth
70-84% of
students
will achieve one
year’s growth
60-69% of
students
will achieve one
year’s growth
0-59% of
students will
achieve one
year’s growth
Example: Simplified DRA2 Goal
SGO Scoring Guidance Document
Teacher Name:
Subject Area: 1st Grade Reading
Number of Students Assessed: 16
Assessment Used: DRA2
Student Name
1. John H.
2. Sarah Y.
3. Tymir E.
4. Theresa A.
5. Robert A.
6. Aldrick M.
7. Roberta B.
8. Ephraim T.
9. James B.
10. Leslie T.
11. Theresa H.
12. Alex B.
13. Anita H.
14. Chanel M.
15. Nikki A.
16. Tara M.
Baseline Data
Mid-Year Data
End of Year Assessment
Target Level
Target Achieved?
3
1
3
6
4
8
3
6
4
A
4
6
3
4
4
1
8
2
8
12
10
14
8
12
10
2
10
12
8
10
10
2
14
4
16
18
16
20
14
18
14
4
14
16
12
18
16
4
14
4
14
18
16
20
14
18
16
4
16
18
14
16
16
4
Yes
Yes
Yes (Exceeded)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes (Exceeded)
Yes
Yes
Example:
Target Score
% of students
achieving
reading level
growth goal
th
10
Grade LAL MAP
Exceptional (4)
85-100% will
achieve one year’s
growth (meet or
exceed their RIT
projection).
Full (3 )
70-84% will achieve
one year’s growth
(meet or exceed
their RIT projection).
Partial (2)
60-69% will achieve
one year’s growth
(meet or exceed their
RIT projection).
Insufficient (1)
0-59% will achieve
one year’s growth
(meet or exceed
their RIT projection).
Example: MAP Report
Example:
Target Score
% of students
achieving
reading level
growth goal
th
4
Grade Math
Exceptional (4)
85-100% of
students
will grow one grade
level (or be
proficient by the end
of the year)
Full (3 )
70-84% of students
will grow one grade
level (or be
proficient by the
end of the year)
Partial (2)
60-69% of students
will grow one grade
level (or be proficient
by the end of the
year)
Insufficient (1)
0-59% of students
will grow one grade
level (or be
proficient by the end
of the year)
Example: SMI Data Report
Example:
Target Score
% of students
achieving
reading level
growth goal
th
6
Grade History
Exceptional (4)
85-100% will either
score above 80% on
the post test or
improve by 30
percentage points
from the pre to the
post test
Full (3)
70-84% of students
will either score
above 80% on the
post test or improve
by 30 percentage
points from the pretest to the post test
Partial (2)
60-69%% of
students
will either score
above 80% on the
post test or improve
by 30 percentage
points from the pretest to the post test
Insufficient (1)
0-59% of students
will either score
above 80% on the
post test or improve
of by 30 percentage
points from the pretest to the post test
Example:
th
6
Grade History
SGO Scoring Guidance Document
Teacher Name:
Subject Area: 6th grade US History
Number of Students Assessed: 14
Assessment Used: Teacher Made
Student Name
Baseline Data
Mid-Year Data
End of Year Assessment
Target Level
John H.
65
85
80
Leslie T.
70
90
80
Theresa H.
40
60
70
Alex B.
35
55
65
Anita H.
40
75
70
Chanel M.
60
95
80
Sarah Y.
40
60
70
Tymir E.
70
90
80
Theresa A.
55
85
80
Robert A.
30
55
60
Aldrick M.
55
75
80
Roberta B.
65
85
80
Ephraim T.
50
80
80
James B.
60
85
80
Target Achieved?
Further Guidance and Support
1. Supporting Math/LAL: Turnkey training and support for teachers
over the next month about how to interpret data.
2. Supporting Other Subject Areas: Working with Coach evaluators to
support outside areas
3. Further Resources: Providing further guidance documents to
troubleshoot common questions
4. Individualized Support: Answering any further questions you may
have 1 on 1.
Office of Evaluation
Agenda
• Overview of the SGO Scoring Process
• Preparing for Conversations about Student Growth
• Questions
Example: Leading Conversation about Growth
Question

How many (what percentage) of your students made the
growth objective?
 Why do you think these students made the objective?
(Probe for strengths in understanding certain content,
effective teaching strategies that were used, formative
assessments that provided useful information, etc.)

Which students did not meet the growth objective?

What content did these students struggle with that
prevented them from meeting the objective?

What teaching strategies could you use to help students
understand this content in the future?
Response
Example: Leading Conversation about
Assessment
Question
• What Assessment(s) did you use to measure
your student’s growth?
• What kind of information about your students
did this assessment provide?
• Would you use this assessment as a
measurement for SGOs in the future? If not,
what would you use?
Response
Office of Evaluation
Agenda
• Overview of the SGO Scoring Process
• Preparing for Conversations about Student Growth
• Questions

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