SGP Teacher Report 7-26-12 Summer Conf

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STUDENT GROWTH PERCENTILE


Measuring Student Learning Growth

and

Interpreting the Teacher Report


Diane
Fiello
, Vice President of TCRP

Harris
Luu
, TCRP Leadership Coach

Measuring Student Learning Growth in

The College Ready Promise Schools:

Our Objectives

1.
Review the TCRP theoretical framework?

2.
What are multiple measure and how is it
used to assess teacher performance?

3.
How can student learning growth be
measured?

4.
How will
The College Ready Promise

report
student, teacher and school learning (reading
and interpreting the teacher report)?


TCRP Theoretical Framework

3

Effective Principals


Support


Evaluate

Effective Teachers


Recruit


Support


Evaluate


Compensate

Increase
Student
Achievement

Data Systems

Multiple Measures of Teacher Effectiveness

4

Observation
of Teacher
Practice, 40%

Parent and
Family
Feedback,
10%

Student
Feedback ,
10%

Individual
Teacher SGP,
30%

School
-
Wide
Subject SGP,
10%

Observation of
Teacher
Practice, 50%

Parent and
Family
Feedback, 10%

Student
Feedback , 10%

School
-
Wide
ELA SGP, 25%

School
-
Wide
Math SGP, 5%

CST
-
Tested Subjects

Non
-
CST
-
Tested Subjects

What is Student Learning Growth?

270

299

349

400

Far Below Basic

150

Below Basic

Basic

Proficient

Advanced

600

Grade 6


Grade 7

CST ELA SCALE SCORE

305

322

Grade 8


345

17

23


Achievement

results tell us what each student
knows at a single point in time.


Student learning growth

tells us how much each
student progresses from one year to the next.


Both types of information are important.

How is Learning Growth Being

Measured Across the United States?

Growth to Standard Models

How much do students need to grow each year to
reach Proficiency

Value
-
added Models

Did the school or teacher cause an amount of
learning growth that is statistically above, at, or below
expectation

Student Growth Percentile Models

How much do students grow compared to similar
students

What

are Student Growth Percentiles?


measure how much a student has learned
from one year to the next compared to
other students with similar test scores


expressed as a percentile from 1 to 99

330

270

299

349

400

Far Below Basic

150

Below Basic

Basic

Proficient

Advanced

600

Grade 6

Grade 7


CST ELA SCALE SCORE

Student Growth Percentile Example (Elijah)

305

60%

40%

SGP

99

50

1

SGP = 60

Similar Students

270

299

349

400

Far Below Basic

150

Below Basic

Basic

Proficient

Advanced

600

Grade 6

Grade 7

CST ELA SCALE SCORE

Student Growth Percentile Example (Rosa)

385

91%

SGP

99

50

1

SGP = 9

352

9%

Similar Students

270

299

349

400

Far Below Basic

150

Below Basic

Basic

Proficient

Advanced

600

Grade 6

Grade 7

CST ELA SCALE SCORE

Student Growth Percentile Example (Jimmy)

186

83%

SGP = 83

273

Similar Students

17%

Key Concepts about Measuring Growth

1.
Growth is
distinct from achievement


A student can achieve at a low level but grow quickly, and


vice versa (Jimmy, Rosa, Elijah)


2.
Each student is compared only to their

academic
peers (students with similar achievement levels)


The comparison base for TCRP is all 2
nd

to 11
th

grade


students in TCRP & LAUSD


3.
Demographic variables, socio
-
economic status
and initial achievement have virtually no impact
on student growth results.

Reporting SGPs for Groups


Last name


SGP


Hernandez


21


Bing



24


Johnson


27


Harrison


32


Morales


34


Portis



47


Jackson


55


Stills



61


Lund



63


Hershberg


74


James



81


Andres


88


Sims



95



Imagine that the list of
students to the left are all
the students in your 7th
grade class.


Note that the SGPs are
sorted from lowest to
highest.


The point where 50% of
students have a higher
SGP, and 50% have a
lower SGP is the
median.



Median SGP for this


7th grade class is

55.

Practice

Find the median SGP of the following group of students.

First name SGP


Joey


7


Mariell


8


Bella


14


Bianca


32


Jordon


40


Veronica


51


Noe


56


Jorge


61


Linda


63


Victor


71


James


80


Angela


88


Dionne


89

Araceli


92

Hint: Place the scores from lowest to highest. If the middle number is the
“median”. If there is an even number of scores, take mean/ average of the 2
middle scores.

Rubric Score

Student Growth Percentile
Ranges

4

70
-
100%

3

50
-
69.9%

2

35
-
49.9%

1

0
-
34.9%

Teacher Effectiveness Rubric Scores

Ranges for teacher SGP used to determine teacher effectiveness levels were
selected based on statistical
evaluation.

Reading the Teacher Report


To gain a better understanding of how to read


the Teacher Report



To analyze the data



To interpret the data



To make decisions based on the data

Objectives

School and Department Means


Criteria for Valid Scores


Scatterplot


Student Roster

Four Components of the Teacher Report

School and Department
Medians



All Subjects

History





All Subjects

Math

School Median SGP

56.5

53

Criteria for Valid Scores

Annual
SGP
Validity

Number
of
Students

Number of
Students
with 120+
Days

Teacher
Days

All
Criteria
Met?

Teacher
Median
SGP

Criteria

25 or more

25 or more

75% or
more





Actual

70

65

Yes

Yes

53

Scatterplot

SGP = 4

CST = 219

SGP = 5

CST = 233

SGP = 99

CST = 430

Scatterplot

Practice

Student Roster

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

SUBJECT

SGP

SCALED SCORE

PROF LEVEL

VALID?

Noe



Algebra I

99

430

Advanced

Yes

Ruby



Algebra I

99

430

Advanced

Yes

Cindy



Algebra I

97

361

Proficient

Yes

Ruben



Algebra I

95

361

Proficient

Yes

Lorraine



Algebra I

94

342

Basic

Yes

Joseph



Algebra I

93

366

Proficient

Yes

Jonathan



Algebra I

91

454

Advanced

Yes

Alexandra



Algebra I

87

511

Advanced

Yes

Milvia



Algebra I

87

304

Basic

Yes

Juan



Algebra I

86

528

Advanced

Yes

Miriam



Algebra I

86

398

Proficient

Yes

Pedro



Algebra I

85

323

Basic

Yes

Jonathan



Algebra I

85

313

Basic

Yes

Violeta



Algebra I

84

279

Below Basic

Yes

Fernando



Algebra I

81

346

Basic

Yes

Leticia



Algebra I

81

289

Below Basic

Yes

Daysha



Algebra I

81

279

Below Basic

Yes

Johnathan



Algebra I

77

342

Basic

Yes

Angelica



Algebra I

76

423

Proficient

Yes

Octabio



Algebra I

76

284

Below Basic

Yes

Marco



Algebra I

72

430

Advanced

Yes

Cinthia



Algebra I

71

361

Proficient

Yes

Miriam



Algebra I

71

337

Basic

No

Lezze



Algebra I

70

366

Proficient

Yes

Ernest



Algebra I

70

284

Below Basic

Yes

Deon



Algebra I

70

274

Below Basic

Yes

Darnesha



Algebra I

68

279

Below Basic

Yes

Ashley



Algebra I

67

279

Below Basic

Yes

Kebin



Algebra I

66

299

Below Basic

No

David



Algebra I

65

327

Basic

Yes

Grace



Algebra I

60

416

Proficient

Yes

Esmeralda



Algebra I

58

289

Below Basic

Yes

Fabiola



Algebra I

58

289

Below Basic

Yes

Maria



Algebra I

54

366

Proficient

Yes

Measuring Student Learning Growth in

The College Ready Promise Schools:

Reviewing Objectives

1.
The TCRP theoretical framework has a goal of improving
student achievement.

2.
The multiple measures used to assess teacher performance
are SGP, teacher practice, student feedback, and family
feedback.

3.
S
tudent learning growth is measured by SGP (student growth
percentiles)

4.
SGP is growth measured with a cohort of academic peers
from one year to the next, using CST results.

5.
The College Ready Promise

reports includes 4 elements:
school and department means, valid scores, a scatter plot,
and student roster