• Teacher - Measures of Student Learning
    S.B. 10-191 requires that 50 percent of an educator’s evaluation be based on educator impact on multiple measures of student learning in relation to the Colorado Academic Standards. In Colorado, the term academic growth is closely associated with results from the Colorado Growth Model (CGM) in the School and District Performance Frameworks. Evaluating student learning is not confined to results from the CGM, but is inclusive of results from multiple types of measures. Measures of student learning may include Colorado Growth Model (CGM) results as well as results from other state assessments, district assessments and teacher-developed assessments.

    There are four basic requirements outlined in State Board Rules that districts should consider when designing educator evaluation systems to incorporate the results from multiple measures of student learning.

    1. Individual Attribution
    2. Collective Attribution 
    3. Statewide Summative Exam, where available
    4. Results from Colorado Growth Model, where available

    Thompson School District seeks to validate the high quality work that teachers in our schools are doing. As data capacities increase the goal is to provide models, which contain assessments that are shorter cycles, closer to the classroom, and valued by our teachers. The following model will be used for all teachers
    Collective Attribution – 20%
    School Performance Framework – As the details are built for the Measures of Student learning, the TSD is looking to highlight and elevate the effective work of our schools and teachers. To achieve this, multiple models for the use of the School Performance Framework (SPF) will be used for the 20% Collective Attribution.
    2014-2015 School Year SPF Report - This will remain unchanged for the 2015 - 2016 school year.
    Guide to the 2014-2015 School Year SPF Report
    Individual Attribution – 30%
    Each grade and/or content area has the opportunity to determine the assessment framework that will make up the Individual Attribution. Assessments range from state assessments to vendor assessments to district created assessments.
     
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