Student Learning Objectives and Educator Evaluation

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Hosted by SCEE. Co-sponsored and facilitated by West Wind Education Policy Inc.

SCEE hosted a special follow-up webinar showcasing a framework of key decision points and offering a set of questions states should address in designing evaluation systems that reflect measures of growth for all teachers.

The pre-reading for this webinar was an updated paper, “Considerations for Analyzing Educators’ Contributions to Student Learning in Non-Tested Subjects and Grades with a Focus on Student Learning Objectives.

Those interested may want to further explore additional materials that go into provide both examples and approaches to using student learning objectives:

  • Approaches and Considerations for Incorporating Student Performance Results from Non-Tested Grades into Educator Effectiveness Determinations
  • A Survey of Approaches Used to Evaluate Educators in Non-Test Grades and Subjects

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The presenter for this webinar included:

  • Scott Marion of the Center for Assessment
  • Laura Kacewicz and Jessica Brown Assessment Specialists in the Office of Instruction, Assessment, and Curriculum and Jessica Delforge, Education Specialist in the Office of Educator Quality, of the RI Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Those interested in re-watching this webinar via the links below. This webinar was open to the public and does not need a password. The download file is in ARF format. You will need an ARF Player to play the file.

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