SLO Rosters

Keeping track of the students associated with a particular learning goal or target is important.  The SLO Roster is the list of names of students associated with a single Student Learning Objective or Goal.  The SLO roster may be the same as the classroom enrollment roster, or it may differ (ex: a subset of the enrollment, students enrolled only between particular dates, students only in the 4th period section of several chemistry classes taught by the same teacher).

SLO Roster Template

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The students who will be on a teacher’s SLO Roster depend on structure of the SLO and vary from state to state and district to district.  Some SLO Rosters include all student in a course or grade level shared among several different teachers, other SLO Rosters include only students enrolled in a teacher’s homeroom or course.  For more information you may want to consider different SLO target approaches.

 

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This article was written by Kids at the Core founder, Anne Weerda.

Anne is an assessment and curriculum specialist best known for her work in assessment design, data analysis and instructional effectiveness. Anne is a sought after speaker in the area of assessment design, curriculum and instruction.
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