STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVE (SLO) PROCESS TEMPLATE
SLO is a process to document a measure of educator effectiveness based on student achievement of content standards. SLOs are a
part of Pennsylvania’s multiple-measure, comprehensive system of Educator Effectiveness authorized by Act 82 (HB 1901).
Context
Goal
Indicators
Measures
Expectations
1. Classroom Context
1a. Name
John Doe
1b. School
Strong Middle
School
1c. District
River Area
School District
1d. Class/
Course Title
7th grade math (LS)
1e. Grade
Level
7
1f. Total # of
Students
20
1g. Typical
Class Size
12-16
1h. Class
Frequency
3 sessions per
week for school
year
1i. Typical
Class Duration
30 min.
2. SLO Goal
2a. Goal Statement
Math: Students will use appropriate strategies to solve and represent algebraic equations.
2b. PA Standards
M7.D.2.1.1 & M7.D.2.2.1
2c. Rationale
Writing and solving basic equations is a necessary component of pre-algebra and one of the
building blocks that students will need as they progress into higher level math.
3. Performance Indicators (PI)
PI #1
(1) Pre/Post Assessment
(2) Students will be given a pre and post assessment consisting of 5 equations of varying
degrees of difficulty to determine growth over the course of the unit. Students will
solve the equations on paper and enter their answers into ActivExpressions.
3a. PI Targets: All
Student Group
PI #2
(1) Common Unit Assessment
(2) Students will achieve a score of 70% or higher on the common unit assessment
covering equations.
PI #3
(1) iPad Assessment
(2) Using the Educreations iPad app, students will solve and submit three equations (of
varying degrees of difficulty) over the course of the unit.
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3b. PI Targets: Focused
Student Group
(optional)
3c. PI Linked
(optional)
N/A
N/A
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3d. PI Weighting
(optional)
PI
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
Weight
85%
15%
4. Performance Measures (PM)
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4a. Name 
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4c.
Purpose

PM #1 – Growth Measure Assessment on
equations (Pre and Post)
PM #2 – Common Unit Assessment
PM #3 – iPad project/assessment
PM #1 – Measure the growth of students’
ability to solve equations over the course of
the unit.
PM #2 – Measure student ability to
demonstrate mastery of equations through
written assessment.
PM #3 – Measure student ability to
demonstrate proficiency with solving
equations through written assessment and
verbalization (they will be recording
themselves describing the steps for solving
equations).
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4e.
Administration
Frequency

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
4g. Resources/
Equipment


PM #1 – Beginning of unit (preassessment) and end of unit
(post-assessment)
PM #2 – Upon completion of the
unit
PM #3 – As a summary/review
of the equations unit
PM #1 – Designed Flipchart on
equations, paper and pencil,
ActivExpressions, calculators
PM #2 – District approved
common unit assessment,
calculators
PM #3 – iPads, Educreations
app, calculators
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4b. Type
4d.
Metric
_x___District-designed Measures and
Examinations
____Nationally Recognized Standardized
Tests
____Industry Certification Examinations
_x___Student Projects
____Student Portfolios
____
Other:______________________________
Growth (change in student performance
across two or more points in time)
Mastery (attainment of a defined level of
achievement)
Growth and Mastery
4f. Adaptations/
Accommodations

4h. Scoring Tools


IEP
Gifted IEP
ELL
Other
PM #1 – Growth tracking
spreadsheet
PM #2 – Answer key
PM #3 - Rubric
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
4i. Administration
& Scoring
Personnel


PM #1 - Any teacher can
administer, the assessment is
self- scoring, Certified teacher
can compile and analyze the data
PM #2 – Certified Teacher can
administer and score
PM #3 - Certified Teacher can
administer and score

4j. Performance
Reporting

PM #1 – Scores exported to
Excel once students enter their
answer into the ActivExpression
PM #2 – Scores will be reported
as a summary report of students
who meet the performance
indicator.
PM #3 – Student videos will be
viewed and graded via a rubric.
The videos themselves can be
used for reporting, or a summary
of student scores can be
compiled via spreadsheet.
5. Teacher Expectations
5a. Level
Failing
0% to _59_ % of
students will meet the
PI targets.
Needs Improvement
60% to 69% of
students will meet the
PI targets.
Proficient
70% to 89% of students
will meet the PI targets.
Distinguished
90% to 100% of
students will meet the
PI targets.
Teacher Signature_________________________ Date______ Evaluator Signature_____________________ Date______
5b. Elective Rating
Distinguished (3)
Proficient (2)
Needs Improvement (1)
Failing (0)
Notes/Explanation
The common unit assessment will be used to as the main indicator
of student mastery of the selected skill. The pre and post assessment
will be used to measure growth, even if mastery is not attained on
the CUA. The student created videos will serve to move students
into the distinguished category, as they will not only need to
demonstrate the process for solving equations, but also explain in
words the rationale and reasoning for each step that they do.
Teacher Signature_________________________ Date______ Evaluator Signature_____________________ Date______
Building:
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