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Karim value added

  1. 1. Value Added<br />Presented By: Anil Karim<br />
  2. 2. What is Value Added<br />New way of Analyzing Test Data<br />Predict the amount of growth students will gain in a given year<br />Ability to analyze student test results from previous grades<br />Measure long term impacts teacher or school had on past and future student achievement<br />Track effectiveness of individual teachers and schools<br />
  3. 3. Purpose<br />It is a tool created by Statistician Dr. William Sanders that measures progress.<br />Provides school leaders with the critical data about its teachers and the academic impact they have on the students.<br />Traces student progress over a period of time with a identified baseline. <br />Why we really need it!!<br />Closer look at “Value Added”<br />Purpose and Goals<br />Goals<br />Bring awareness to school leaders about their teachers.<br />Raise student achievement<br />Measure instructional impact<br />Breakdown student achievement by classroom, grade, subject, school or district<br />
  4. 4. Facts<br />For the value added model<br />Fact1<br />Has been in use in Tennesssee since 1992<br />Statewide usage in: <br />Tennessee, Ohio and Pennsylvania <br />Fact 2<br />Implemented in 21 statesSeveral hundred school districts<br />Fact 3<br />
  5. 5. Analysis must be seen as FAIR and UNDERSTANDABLE to be Useful<br />Data empowers Teachers to Improve their Instruction<br />Teachers can get a better look at student gains in the classroom<br />Value Added is Data Driven<br />“it’s not personal”<br />
  6. 6. Teacher Quality is key to improved schools<br />Teacher Quality should be measured by data driven results not by personality, popularity or seniority<br />Teachers should actively be focused on increasing STUDENT PERFORMANCE and ACHIEVEMENT<br />Teacher Quality<br />Is essential<br />
  7. 7. According to principal Gregory M. Hodge, “Committed teachers,” who come to work early, stay late, and call parents if children don’t show up can be just the thing students need. <br />A study conducted in 1998 by the Education Trust found: <br />Students who have several effective teachers in a row make dramatic gains in achievement<br />Teachers make a difference<br />
  8. 8. Teacher Effectiveness<br />“Changes Over Time”<br />First 10 – 12 Years<br />GROWING EFFECTIVENESS<br />Second 10-12 Years<br />HIGHEST EFFECTIVNESS<br />Third 10-12 Years<br />STEADY DECLINE IN EFFECTIVNESSS<br />
  9. 9. If a student is fortunate to have a highly effective teacher for the first three years of school they will be well ahead of the curve. <br />If a student has an effective teacher they will be on the normal curve of achievement<br />If a student has a ineffective teacher they will be extremely behind the curve. <br />Highly Effective Teachers<br />“prove to have the highest student gains in the classroom”<br />“Value Added usesTEST SCORES over a PERIOD OF TIME to show individual teacher’s EFFECTIVENESS”<br />+ means that students gain above a years required material<br />No Change means that students gains a years required material<br />- means that students gain below a years required material<br />
  10. 10. When students are faced with ineffective teachers for a few years they fall behind<br />This is hurtful for the students <br /> we need to shift Focus to Underperforming students and bring them back! <br />Maintaining Focus<br />Shed Patterns<br />
  11. 11. Help Teachers be more Effective<br />School Leaders will use the data to get teachers the adequate resources to become more effective. <br />Ensure students grow Academically<br />School leaders will be able to take students who are falling behind and get them into the right classes so they are able to catch up quickly <br />Highly Effective Schools<br />“Focus on continuous growth for students and teachers”<br />
  12. 12. Conclusion<br />“One last look”<br />
  13. 13. References <br />Expert Opinion: Andrew Porter and Value-Added Assessment<br />http://educationform.com/nwedu/10-04/expert/index.htm<br />Measure for Measure (Dallas Schools use of value-added)<br />http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/2005/0510.toch.html<br />Parents Can See Snapshot of Academic Progress<br />http://www2.yk.psu.edu/~jlg18/pvaas/jan%2021%20artilce%20in%20tennessean.pdf<br />Value Added Assessment (questions/answers) <br />http://www.cgp.upenn.edu/ope_value.html#2<br />Roundtable Discussion of Value Added<br />http://www.tapsystem.org/pubs/value_added_roundtable_08.pdf<br />