• Click on the section title to view each video and answer the questions that follow. Note that videos were created with a previous process for the creation of SLOs.  Applicable and valuable takeaways from the videos which can be translated to current SLO practice, effective PLC conversations, and sound classroom planning are included below.

    1. Describe the method for deciding what standards should be selected for your students. 
    2. How would you identify student need? 
    3. Explain why you would not paraphrase your standards.
    4. Why is it important to consider content perspective and real-time perspective when explaining how and why your standards are essentaial (pivotal)?
    1.How can you ensure your assessments are aligned to your standards (learning content)?
    2.What is the purpose for aligning the assessments to a scoring rubric?
    3.Why should you include a variety of questions or tasks with varying levels of complexity?
    4.What is the importance of having the baseline and culminating assessments be comparable in content, depth, and structure?
    5.How could you use or adapt an existing assessment for your SLO assessments?
    6.What document should you use to guide your assessment development?
    1. Why do we need to look closely at the depth and complexity of the content when determining our instructional interval?
    1. Explain the student strengths, abilities, and needs section of the SLO.
    2. How would you know if there was little to no evidence of need for the standards selected, and if there is no evidence what should you do?
    1. What do you need to consider about your student's skills before setting growth targets?
    2. What are the different approaches you can use to set growth targets for your students?
    3. How can you justify the rigor of your student growth targets?