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Student Learning Objective
SLO



Identified Districts/Campuses will participate in the Student Learning Objective (SLO) refinement year pilot.

Audience

Campus Administrator
District Administrator
Teacher

Important Session Information:

Excellent teachers regularly set learning goals for their students and use a variety of data sources to monitor progress towards these goals throughout the year. The Student Learning Objectives process aims to capture this best practice as a means to allow teachers and teacher appraisers to determine and reflect on a teacher’s pedagogical strengths and areas for growth.

Student Learning Objectives are:
Student growth goalsSet by teachersFocused on a foundational student skill that is developed throughout the curriculumTailored to the context of individual studentsDesigned to help teachers better understand the impact of their pedagogyFor the purposes of refining instruction.

SLOs drive both teacher practice and student learning by strengthening instruction. The use of SLOs has been associated with improved student outcomes on standardized assessments. Teachers crafting SLOs report improved understanding of how to use data to determine student needs and to measure progress toward goals. SLOs encourage collaboration among teaching peers as well as between teachers and their appraisers.

And, SLOs encourage the adoption of a long-term vision for student learning and contribute to more meaningful discussions about vertical planning.

The SLO Process represents a continuous cycle of improvement embodied in strong teaching practice. Teachers and their appraisers will use SLOs to design strategies to meet their goals for student success, beginning with planning and leading to thoughtful instructional design and delivery. Throughout the year, teachers will collect evidence of student learning and adjust instruction accordingly. At the end of the cycle, teachers will reflect on outcomes and plan to refine their practice for the following year.

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Monday, July 29, 2019
Session ID:
184010
Credits Available:
(6) CPE
(6) Contact Hours
Seats Available:
39
Fee:
$100.00
Contact Person:
Terri Escandon
Instructor(s):
Esther McCarthy
Monica Jaloma
Date Time Location
7/29/2019 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM REGION 19 ESC - Paso del Norte 3
6611 Boeing Drive, El Paso, 79925


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