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Student Learning Objectives (SLO) Summer Intensive
Measuring Success: How Student Learning Objectives Transform Learning, Leading, and Teacher Excellence
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) invites local education agency (LEA) teams to join us for the Student Learning Objectives (SLO) Summer Intensive. The four-day symposium will include professional development sessions delivered by national SLO experts. There will be an emphasis on how SLOs positively impact student learning and teacher excellence, and guidance on developing student goals, setting targets, evaluating progress, and measuring success will be provided. Teams will also have daily in-depth planning time and opportunities for support and feedback. If you plan on implementing Student Learning Objectives during the 2014-2015 school year, or if you would like to refine your current teacher evaluation process, we encourage you to join us!
Stipends will be awarded to each LEA in attendance. Instructional teams of 3 to 5 members are encouraged to apply: SLO Summer Intensive Application. Only instructional teams will be considered. Applications are due by June 27 and applicants will hear back within 48 hours of submission.
For inquiries, please contact Gimari Jones or view the frequently asked questions below:
What are Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)?
Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) are measurable academic goals that teachers set for students over a course, term, or academic year. The SLO process provides a meaningful way for schools to monitor student growth, measure teacher effectiveness, and support the development of great teachers and leaders.
How many people from an LEA can register?
Preferably 3-5 (max 5 per LEA)
Is it restricted to administrators/leadership only?
No, LEAs should include at least one administrator/leader and one teacher.
Who should be included on our team?
Preferably, teams should include: principal/assistant principal, teacher(s), and data or instructional coaches.
Will I leave with a ‘product’ to implement in my LEA?
Yes, LEAs will leave with a school plan that supports SLO implementation, informed by experts.
Will reserved parking be available?
There are 30 reserved parking spaces at Tyler Elementary School, located only two blocks away on 10th and G. Street parking is available once the lot is full.
Is the venue metro accessible?
Yes. The Hill Center is conveniently located within walking distance of the Eastern Market Metro (Blue and Orange lines).