Student Learning Objectives
Student learning is the ultimate measure of the success of a teacher and an instructional leader. One component of the Teacher Keys Effectiveness System is Student Growth. For teachers of tested subjects, this component consists of a student growth percentile measure. Tested subjects include reading, English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies for grades 4-8 and all high school courses for which there is an End-of-Course Test (EOC).
Non-tested subjects include all courses not listed as tested subjects. Approximately 70-75% of all teachers teach non-tested subjects for at least some portion of the instructional day. For teachers of non-tested subjects, this component consists of the Georgia Department of Education (DOE) approved Student Learning Objectives (SLO) utilizing local education agency (LEA) identified growth measures.
SLO Assessment Calendars
Elementary SLO Assessment Calendars
Middle School SLO Assessment Calendars
High School SLO Assessment Calendars
Growth Target Calculation Worksheet
SLO Flexibility Frequently Asked Questions
Student Learning Objectives Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Georgia student growth model?
Student Learning Objectives. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.gadoe.org/School-Improvement/Teacher-and-Leader-Effectiveness/Pages/Student-Learning-Objectives.aspx