Goal Setting Conferences

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TIMELINE
• SEPTEMBER--
• ADMINISTRATOR MEETS WITH TEACHERS TO EXPLAIN PROCESS
• TEACHERS ANALYZE DATA, REFLECT AND SET GOALS
• SCHOOL-WIDE PARENT SURVEY GOAL AND CLASSROOM PARENT GOAL
• LEARNING GOAL(S)
• CONFERENCES BEGIN
• OCTOBER—
• CONFERENCES CONTINUE
• GOALS DUE BY 15TH
• NOVEMBER—CONFERENCES COMPLETED BY 15TH
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COMPONENTS OF THE GOAL-SETTING
CONFERENCE
• STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES (SLO)
• PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOCUS (DOMAIN AND INDICATOR)
• SCHOOL-WIDE PARENT SURVEY GOAL AND CLASSROOM PARENT GOAL
• WHOLE SCHOOL LEARNING GOAL
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THE X-FACTOR AND CONFERENCES
THE X-FACTOR IS DESIGNED TO ACCOMPLISH 4 THINGS:
• UNDERSTAND THE TEACHER’S PERSPECTIVE
• IDENTIFY STRENGTHS AND HOW TO USE THEM EFFECTIVELY
• IDENTIFY NEXT STEPS
• COMMIT TO CHANGING CLASSROOM PRACTICE
HOW CAN THE DESIGN BE USED FOR GOAL SETTING CONFERENCES?
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SLO’S
• TAKES INTO ACCOUNT TEACHER’S ASSIGNMENT, STUDENTS, AND CONTEXT
• 45% OF TOTAL EVALUATION
• SLO 1 GOAL BASED ON SCHOOL GOAL (SEE SLIDE 20)
• SLO 2 GOAL BASED ON CLASS DATA
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THE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME
CYCLE
• SLO PHASE 1—LEARNING ABOUT STUDENTS
• SLO PHASE 2—SET GOALS FOR STUDENT LEARNING
• SLO PHASE 3—MONITOR STUDENTS’ PROGRESS
• SLO PHASE 4—ASSESS STUDENT OUTCOMES RELATIVE TO GOALS
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SLO PHASE 1
• TAKES PLACE EARLY IN THE YEAR
• REVIEW OF ALL AVAILABLE DATA
• “DISCOVERY” PHASE
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SLO PHASE 2
• STEP 1—DECIDE ON SLO
• STEP 2—SELECT INDICATORS OF ACADEMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
(IAGD)
• STEP 3—RATIONALE, STANDARDS, BASELINE DATA, INTERIM ASSESSMENTS,
SUPPORTS
• STEP 4—SUBMIT FOR APPROVAL
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SAMPLE SLO’S
8th Grade Science
My students will master critical
concepts of science inquiry.
High School Visual Arts
All of my students will
demonstrate proficiency in
applying the five principles of
drawing.
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SAMPLE SLO WITH IAGD INFO
8th Grade Science
My students will master critical
concepts of science inquiry.
My students will design an
experiment that incorporates
the key principals of science
inquiry. 80-90% of students will
score a 3 or 4 on a scoring
rubric focused on key elements
of science inquiry.
High School Visual
Arts
All of my students will demonstrate
proficiency in applying the five
principles of drawing.
75-85% of my students will
attain a 3 or 4 in at least 4 of 5
categories on the principles of
drawing rubric designed by
visual arts teachers in our
district.
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SLO PHASE 3
• MONITOR PROGRESS
• MEASURE AND DOCUMENT PROGRESS
• EXAMINE STUDENT WORK PRODUCTS
• ADMINISTER INTERIM ASSESSMENTS
• TRACK STUDENTS‘ ACCOMPLISHMENT
• TRACK STUDENT STRUGGLES
• SLO'S CAN BE ADJUSTED BY THE MID-YEAR CONFERENCE BY THE TEACHER
AND THE EVALUATOR
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SLO PHASE 4
• END-OF-YEAR CONFERENCE
• DESCRIBE RESULTS AND PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR EACH INDICATOR
• PROVIDE AN OVERALL ASSESSMENT AS TO WHETHER GOAL WAS MET OR NOT
• DESCRIBE THE TEACHER ACTIONS THAT PRODUCED THE RESULT
• DESCRIBE WHAT YOU LEARNED AND HOW YOU WILL USE IT GOING FORWARD
• CONSIDER THE BODY OF EVIDENCE
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COMPONENTS OF SLO PORTION OF
GOAL-SETTING CONFERENCE
• CONFERENCE COMES AS A PART OF SLO PHASE 2
• RATIONALE FOR SELECTED SLO
• TECHNICAL INFO SUCH AS TIMELINE AND SCORING PLAN
• DISCUSSION OF BASELINE DATA
• DISCUSSION OF MONITORING OF SLO THROUGH INTERIM ASSESSMENTS
• IDENTIFICATION OF NEEDED SUPPORTS
• ANALYSIS OF THE CHOSEN STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVE (SLO) BASED ON
CRITERIA (SEE NEXT SLIDE)
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SLO APPROVAL CRITERIA
Priority of Content
Quality of Indicators
Rigor of
Objectives/Indicators
Objective is deeply
relative to teacher's
assignment and
addresses a significant
proportion of hos/her
students relative to the
grade level being taught.
Indicators provide
specific, measurable
evidence. The indicators
provide evidence about
students’ progress over
the school year or
semester during which
they are with the teacher.
Objective and indicator(s)
are attainable but
ambitious and taken
together, represent a
year’s worth of growth by
the students (or
appropriate growth for a
shorter interval of
instruction.
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ADD PREVIOUS EXAMPLE TO HOLD TO
CRITERIA
8th Grade Science
My students will master critical
concepts of science inquiry.
High School Visual Arts All of my students will demonstrate
proficiency in applying the five
principles of drawing.
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My students will design an
experiment that incorporates
the key principals of science
inquiry. 80-90% of students will
score a 3 or 4 on a scoring
rubric focused on key elements
of science inquiry.
75-85% of my students will
attain a 3 or 4 in at least 4 of 5
categories on the principles of
drawing rubric designed by
visual arts teachers in our
district.
COMPONENTS OF THE GOAL-SETTING
CONFERENCE
STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES (SLO)
• PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOCUS (DOMAIN AND INDICATOR)
• SCHOOL-WIDE PARENT SURVEY GOAL AND CLASSROOM PARENT GOAL
• WHOLE SCHOOL LEARNING GOAL
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PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOCUS
• THE TEACHER IDENTIFIES:
• A DOMAIN AND INDICATOR TO FOCUS THEIR GROWTH ACTIVITIES ON THIS
SCHOOL YEAR
• AN OUTLINE OF THE ACTIVITIES THEY WILL TAKE TO SUPPORT THE FOCUS
• TOOLS USED TO DOCUMENT IMPACT ON PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND ON THE
STUDENT LEARNING GROWTH
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COMPONENTS OF THE GOAL-SETTING
CONFERENCE
STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES (SLO)
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOCUS (DOMAIN AND INDICATOR)
• SCHOOL-WIDE PARENT SURVEY GOAL AND CLASSROOM PARENT GOAL
• WHOLE SCHOOL LEARNING GOAL
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SCHOOL-WIDE PARENT
SURVEY GOAL AND
CLASSROOM PARENT GOAL
• THE EVALUATOR EXPLAINS THE GOAL (HOPEFULLY PRIOR TO THE MEETING).
• TEACHER AND EVALUATOR DETERMINE THE ACTIONS THE TEACHER WILL TAKE
TO HELP THE SCHOOL MEET THE GOAL, WRITING IT FOR THE CLASSROOM
LEVEL.
• THE INFORMATION IS INCLUDED ON THE TEACHER’S PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
PLAN.
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COMPONENTS OF THE GOAL-SETTING
CONFERENCE
STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES (SLO)
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOCUS (DOMAIN AND INDICATOR)
SCHOOL-WIDE PARENT SURVEY GOAL AND CLASSROOM PARENT GOAL
• WHOLE SCHOOL LEARNING GOAL
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WHOLE SCHOOL LEARNING GOAL
• THE EVALUATOR EXPLAINS THE GOAL (HOPEFULLY PRIOR TO THE MEETING).
• TEACHER AND EVALUATOR DETERMINE THE ACTIONS THE TEACHER WILL TAKE
TO HELP THE SCHOOL MEET THE GOAL.
• THE INFORMATION IS INCLUDED ON THE TEACHER’S PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
PLAN.
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ROLE PLAY (MODEL BY TODD)
• TIME PERMITTING, TODD WILL DEMONSTRATE VARIOUS PORTIONS OF THE
CONFERENCE USING SOME OF THE REFLECTIVE TECHNIQUES DISCUSSED IN
AUGUST.
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QUESTIONS/COMMENTS/NEXT
STEPS
• WHAT QUESTIONS REMAIN REGARDING GOAL SETTING AND THE GOAL
SETTING CONFERENCES?
• DO YOU HAVE COMMENTS THAT WOULD BE PERTINENT TO THE LARGER
GROUP?
• WHAT DO YOU SEE AS YOUR NEXT STEPS?
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