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Friday, 25 September 2015
Webinars on Student Growth Percentiles (SGPs) September 28th and 30th
Professional Growth Cycle and Aligned Professional Learning
The focus of the evaluation system is on improving professional practice and student learning. To that end, linking evaluations with high quality professional learning is key.
Aligned evaluation systems inform educators of strengths and weaknesses and provide opportunities to make informed decisions regarding individual professional growth.
High quality professional learning is sustained and focused and relevant to the educator’s goals and needs. All educators must have opportunities for professional growth to meet their needs, not only those whose evaluation ratings do not meet the standard.
Teacher and administrator evaluation systems are based on a cycle of continuous professional growth and learning that includes the following processes: Self-Reflection, Goal Setting, Observation/Collection of Evidence, Formative Assessment/Evaluation, Summative Evaluation. This cycle can be adapted to local district processes.
Student Growth Percentiles
09/28/2015 (111.86 KB)
This PowerPoint (presented September 28th and 30th) outlines the role of Student Growth Percentiles (SGPs) in evaluations, outlines the steps for districts in implementation, and highlights the resources available from ODE.
Module - Using Student Growth Percentiles
This PowerPoint introduces the concepts of Student Growth Percentiles (SGPs), the role of SGPs in goal setting and how SGPs figure into the summative evaluation of educators.
This PPT is part of a three hour module and includes activities and faciliator notes for replication in districts.
Warm-Up Activity: Sorting by Height
11/09/2015 (14.23 KB)
SGP Sample Data Packet
10/14/2015 (25.64 KB)
This two page packet includes a sample roster for determining Median SGP. Percentiles are listed in random order and must be ordered by participants.
SGP Sample Data Packet (Roster Sorted)
10/15/2015 (41.57 KB)
This version of the data packet includes a roster in which percentiles have already been sorted from lowest to highest.
Flowchart for SB290 Evaluations
10/23/2015 (367.70 KB)
This flowchart is excerpted from "Who is Evaluted Under SB290?" and illustrates how to determine who must be evaluated under SB290 requirements.
Matrix/MSGP Crtieria Table Handout
09/16/2015 (89.13 KB)
This two page handout is used in conjunction with the data packet to determine Median SGP.
Student Learning and Growth
SLG Goals 101: Requirements and Recommendations
04/01/2015 (162.12 KB)
This PowerPoint provides basic information on the requirements for and scoring of Student Learning and Growth (SLG) goals as well as their role in the evaluation cycle. Facilitator notes are included.
Module - Student Learning and Growth Goals Foundations
10/07/2015 (159.80 KB)
This PowerPoint focuses on the purpose and requirements of SLG goals, examines the difference between growth goals and acheivement goals and provides sample goals for participants to practice with.
This PPT is part of a 1 1-2/ - 2 hour module and includes activities and faciliator notes for replication in districts.
Student Learning and Growth Goals 2-Pager
08/04/2015 (21.47 KB)
This two page document provides a brief overview of SLG Goals and describes the 8 components of SLG goals.
Goal Sorting Activity (Achievement vs. Growth)
09/04/2015 (30 KB)
Administrator SLG Goal 1
08/04/2015 (16.47 KB)
Administrator SLG Goal 2
08/04/2015 (18.72 KB)
Teacher SLG Goal 1
08/04/2015 (42.50 KB)
Teacher SLG Goal 2
08/04/2015 (20.42 KB)
Artifacts and Evidence
Artifacts 101: The Role of Artifacts in Educator Evaluation
04/02/2015 (162.49 KB)
This PowerPoint provides basic information on the kinds of evidence that are considered artifacts and the role of artifacts in the evaluation cycle. Facilitator notes are included.
Module - Evidence and Artifacts
10/21/2015 (296.16 KB)
This PowerPoint outlines the three categories of evidence required by the Oregon Framework and has participants engage in a simulation using sample artifacts from a fictional middle school teacher.
This PPT is part of a 3 hour module and includes activities and faciliator notes for replication in districts.
Teacher/Administrator Artifact Handout
10/14/2015 (221.30 KB)
This two page handout provides examples of artifacts for teachers and administrators from each of the three categories of evidence.
Participant Data Packet
10/12/2015 (100.79 KB)
This document includes sample artifacts from a fictional teacher, Tom Wilson.
Designing Professional Learning
Standards for Professional Learning (Learning Forward)
Standards for Professional Learning outline the characteristics of professional learning that leads to effective teaching practices, supportive leadership, and improved student results.
Facilitator Guide to Standards for Professional Learning
The facilitator guide is a companion document to the Standards for Professional Learning and is intended to guide facilitators in introducing and helping others implement the standards. Included in the guide are practical activities, reflection questions and tools to deepen understanding of the standards.
The Role of Job-Embedded Professional Learning in Teacher Evaluation Teacher Evaluation
This research and policy brief from the National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality highlights the research on how teachers learn best, specifically how teachers learn from evaluation to generate increased teaching effectiveness.
Creating a Comprehensive System for Evaluating and Supporting Effective Teaching
This report outlines an integrated approach that connects these goals to a teaching-career continuum and a professional development system that supports effectiveness for all teachers at every stage of their careers.
A discussion of Aligned Profession Learning Opportunities is found beginning on p.33.
District/ESD Professional Learning Teams (PLT)
District Professional Learning Teams are collaborative teams of teachers and building/district administrators who support district-wide implementation of the Oregon Framework (SB290/ESEA waiver) and the Common Core State Standards in a manner specific to each district’s needs.
Educator Effectiveness Summits 2013
To support districts in their early implementation efforts, two summits focused on Evaluation and Support Systems and Common Core State Standards Implementation were held in October 2013 in Eugene and Bend.
Educator Effectiveness Regional Workshops 2012 - 2013
In the spring of 2013 two series were offered around the state, providing guidance to districts on designing their evaluation and support systems, as well as a first look at goal setting and conducting observations. Training modules including facilitator guides and handouts are included.
Educator Effectiveness Summit 2012 - Portland
Educator Effectiveness Summit 2012 - Bend
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