PowerPoint - Introduction to PVAAS Teacher Reporting

Report
SY2013-2014 PIMS/Educator
Effectiveness/PVAAS Teacher
Specific Reporting
Mini PPT for LEA Admin Use
Provided by:
[email protected]
PVAAS Statewide Team for PDE
What is PVAAS teacher-specific
reporting?
• Estimates the effect of a teacher’s
performance on the academic growth of
a group of students.
• Taking into account both their endpoint
and their entering achievement level.
• By concentrating on growth, PVAAS puts
the emphasis on what educators can
influence.
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PILOT
YEAR
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Counts
Towards 1st
3 Year Avg.
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SY13-14 + SY14-15 + SY15-16=
1st PVAAS 3 Year Rolling Average in SY15-16
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SY13-14 + SY14-15 + SY15-16=
Next PVAAS 3 Year Rolling Average in SY15-
Which Teachers?
A PA certified educator with full or partial
responsibility for content specific instruction of
the assessed eligible content as measured by a
PA state assessment
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Face to Face
Online Instruction
PVAAS Teacher Reporting:
Teachers in Which Tested Grades/Subjects/Courses?
• PSSA: With/Without Accommodations (Not PASA)
• Grades 4-8: Reading and Math
• Grades 4 & 8: Science
• Grades 5 & 8: Writing
• Future: Transition into ELA Assessment
• Courses Culminating in Keystone Exams: With/Without
Accommodations
• Algebra I
Approximately 30-40% of
• Literature
your teaching staff will be
eligible for a PVAAS teacher
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• Biology
specific score
What is content-specific
instruction?
• Responsibility to plan the instruction of the assessed
eligible content, provide the instruction of the
assessed eligible content, and use the assessment
information to evaluate the effectiveness of the
instruction of the assessed eligible content on a PA
state assessment.
• Defined on the Framework for Teaching by both
Domains 1 and 3:
• Content specific instruction is a determination made
locally by the LEA.
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Are special education teachers,
intervention specialists, reading/math
specialists, ESL teachers, and gifted
teachers eligible for a PVAAS score?
• Yes, if the teacher is responsible for Domains 1
& 3.
• There may be more than one teacher planning,
instructing, and assessing the students (i.e.,
co-teaching, team teaching).
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Are instructional coaches eligible for
a PVAAS score?
• If the role of the instructional coach is only to
provide support and consultation to PA
certified educator(s)/adults this does not
meet the criteria for PVAAS teacher-specific
reporting.
• PVAAS teacher-specific reporting is provided
to those who provide content specific
instruction to the students. (Framework for
Teaching, Domains 1 and 3)
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Ensuring Accurate Information:
PVAAS Roster Verification
Provide PVAAS teacher
specific reporting based
on an accurate
representation of a
teacher’s responsibility
and influence on the
academic growth of
students.
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Essential Linkages in PIMS
• Make sure the right teachers are linked to the right
students for the right proportion of instructional
responsibility for the right tested
grade/subject/course to yield PVAAS Teacher
Reporting.
Teacher
Proportion of
Instructional
Responsibility
Student
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Course &
Grade/Subject
New Terms:
% Instructional Responsibility
% Instructional Responsibility
% Student +
Teacher
Enrollment
Full or
Partial % of
Instruction
• This % is your total Instructional Responsibility for a
student.
• This % reflects how much the student will be
weighted in the PVAAS analyses.
• The % Instructional Responsibility is calculated by
multiplying the (% Student + Teacher Enrollment) by
(Full or Partial % of Instruction).
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From your LEA into PIMS
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What is this process all about?
Teachers, school administrators and district administrators verifying
data that is used to yield PVAAS teacher specific reporting– data that
will ultimately be used as part of a teacher’s evaluation.
The PVAAS rosters are
prepopulated from the
PIMS Course/HQT
submitted by LEAs to
PIMS (Student, Staff,
Course Templates)
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When is SY13-14 PVAAS Roster
Verification?
• April 28 – June 6
Verification Windows: Open and Close Dates
LEA Pre-Step/Setup Window: 1 week
Teacher Window: 2 weeks
School Admin Window: 2 weeks
District Admin Window: 1 week
Hard Deadlines
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Questions to Ask
• Have the LEA staff responsible for EE met with your LEA staff
responsible for PIMS/SIS?
• Has your SIS vendor provided your LEA an update to the SIS system
aligned to SY13-14 PIMS?
• All teachers eligible for PVAAS in the SIS?
• Scheduling Elementary Students in SIS?
• All Keystone courses identified?
• Structure for % Student + Teacher Enrollment in SIS?
• Structure for % Full/Partial Instruction in SIS?
Questions to Ask
• District Level Planning – to Ensure Consistency Across LEA
• % Instructional Responsibility – Discussed LEA wide?
• Awareness?
• Do all district level admin know about Spring 2014 roster verification?
• Do all school admin know about Spring 2014 roster verification?
• Do the teachers eligible for PVAAS teacher specific reporting know about Spring 2014 roster
verification?
• Training?
• When/how will district admin/school admin receive training on roster verification process and
system?
• When/how will teachers receive training on roster verification process and system?
• Time to Complete Roster Verification in Spring 2014
• When will teachers complete the roster verification process?
• How will they be supported?
Sum it up!
• Complete and accurate data in PIMS this year will
save your teachers and admin time
• Plan now for your teachers eligible for PVAAS Score
• Communications
• Professional Development
• Access resources and support
• [email protected]
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Additional Questions?
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