AssessmentPresentation

Report
Assessment Update
Ms. Danielle Shockey, Deputy Superintendent
Dr. Michele Walker, Director of Student Assessment
Ms. Sholonda Trice, Assistant Director of Student Assessment
November 2014
Agenda
• CCR Standards & Assessments
• Support for Educators
• Transitions: IMAST, Graduation
Exam
• 2015-16 and Beyond
2
Transitioning Standards and Assessments:
ESEA Flexibility Waiver/Federal Requirements
• States must adopt college- and career-ready (CCR)
standards
 CCR ELA and Math standards adopted by State Board of
Education on April 28, 2014
• States must administer assessments based on CCR
standards by the spring of 2015
 Featuring new item type: technology-enhanced (TE) items
Designing the Spring 2015 ISTEP+
(Grades 3-8)
ISTEP+ Part 1
 March Administration – Applied Skills Items (Online voluntary)
• Paper/Pencil Testing Window: March 2 - 11, 2015
• Online Testing Window: March 2 - 13, 2015
ISTEP+ Part 2
 April/May Administration (Online required)
• Paper/Pencil Testing Window (Requires Pre-Approval):
April 27 – May 8, 2015
 Multiple-Choice and Gridded-Response Items
• Online Testing Window: April 27 – May 15, 2015
 Multiple-Choice and Technology-Enhanced Items
ISTEP+ Assessment Notes – Part 1
(Grades 3-8)
English/Language Arts
 Writing Prompts
• Read one or more passages
• Respond to 4 multiple-choice questions (scaffold to the prompt)
• Provide evidence from the passage(s) when responding to the
prompt
Mathematics
 Icons – Not displayed on the assessment
• Mathematical Process Standard 5
 Use appropriate tools strategically
ISTEP+ Assessment Notes – Part 2
(Grades 3-8)
Mathematics, continued
 Reference Sheets – Grades 4-8
• Separate sheet by grade level
 Fluency items
• Measure fluency as demonstrated “efficiently” and “accurately”
 Define the variable
• When creating an expression or equation
 Gridded-Response items – Grades 4-8
• During ISTEP+ Part 2 paper-and-pencil administration ONLY
Construct an answer using
Math Palette
7
Drag-and-drop
Multiple-correct response
Multiple-correct response
9
Drag-and-drop
Designing the Spring 2015 ISTEP+
End of Course Assessments (ECAs)
• Spring 2015 ECAs will include two components:
 Graduation examination
• Aligned to IAS (2000 Algebra I, 2006 English 10)
 Accountability assessment
• Aligned to CCR IAS (2014 Algebra I and English 10)
• Grade 10 students participating in the ECAs
Assessment Development Journey
Blue font = Educator Involvement
Development & Implementation
Activity
ISTEP+ Timeline
ECA Timeline
Specification Review Meetings and Test
Blueprint Development
May/June 2014
September 2014
Passage Review Meetings
Early June 2014
September 2014
Item Development
June/July 2014
September/October 2014
Early August 2014
November 2014
N/A
Late February/Early
March 2015
Fall 2014
March 2015
March, April/May 2015
April/May 2015
Summer 2015
Summer 2015
.
Content and Bias/Sensitivity Review Meetings
Pilot New ECA Items During Late Winter Testing
Window
Form Selection and Build
Administer Assessment
Standards Setting (Cut-Score Setting)
Support for Educators
Grades 3-8
ECAs
Posted early July
Posted late Fall
Posted late August
Posted late Fall
Acuity 3-8: Acuity Readiness Assessments
Late September
N/A
Acuity ECAs: CCR-aligned items
(GQE-Alg. I, Eng. 10: Predictive continues)
N/A
January
September/October
December/January
Item Samplers
Early October
January
Experience College- and Career-Ready Assessment
Early October
January
.
Support
Test Blueprints
Instructional and Assessment Guidance
Professional Development: Open-ended items
and Technology-Enhanced Items
Test Blueprints
(Gr. 3-8, ECAs-Graduation: Currently posted;
ECAs-Accountability: December)
• Provide “big picture” view of strands/reporting
categories
• Assist in prioritizing curriculum
• Enhance instructional planning
• Guide development of classroom assessments
Instructional and Assessment Guidance
(Gr. 3-8, ECAs-Graduation: Currently posted;
ECAs-Accountability: December)
• Provides “granular” view of standards
• Informs curricular and instructional priorities
• Provides transparency regarding assessments
 ISTEP+ Part 1, ISTEP+ Part 2
+, , –
Instructional and Assessment Guidance 2014-15
Mathematics – Grade 5
• Represents standards that may be assessed on ISTEP+ Part 1 and ISTEP+ Part 2.
All standards may be assessed on ISTEP+ Part 2.
Strand 1
Number Sense
Symbol
Content Priority
Approximate Instructional Time
P+
P
P–
Critical
50 – 75%
Important
25 – 50%
Additional
5 – 10%
Strand 2
Computation
Strand 3
Algebraic
Thinking
Strand 4
Geometry
Strand 5
Measurement
Strand 6
Data Analysis
Strand 7
Mathematical
Process
5.NS.1
P
*5.C.1
P+
*5.AT.1
P+
5.G.1
P
*5.M.1
P+
5.DS.1
P
*PS.1
P+
5.NS.2
P
5.C.2
P+
*5.AT.2
P+
*5.G.2
P
5.M.2
P
5.DS.2
P
*PS.2
P+
5.NS.3
P–
5.C.3
P–
*5.AT.3
P
*5.M.3
P+
*PS.3
P+
5.NS.4
P–
5.C.4
P+
*5.AT.4
P
5.M.4
P
*PS.4
P+
5.NS.5
P–
5.C.5
P+
*5.AT.5
P+
*5.M.5
P+
*PS.5
P+
5.NS.6
P
5.C.6
P–
5.AT.6
P
*5.M.6
P
*PS.6
P+
5.C.7
P+
5.AT.7
P
*PS.7
P+
*5.C.8
P+
*5.AT.8
P
*PS.8
P+
*5.C.9
P+
Acuity Assessments
(Gr. 3-8: September; ECAs-Accountability: January)
• NEW Acuity Readiness Assessments
 Grades 3-8, ELA and Math
 Aligned to the CCR 2014 Indiana Academic Standards
 3 administrations/diagnostic in nature
 (Science, Social Studies remain unchanged)
• Acuity for Algebra I and English 10
 Continue Predictive forms for the ECAs
 NEW CCR-aligned items for use by teachers
Assessment Professional Development
(Gr. 3-8: October; ECAs-Accountability: January)
Grades 3-8:
• Recorded WebEx sessions
• Focused on:
 Use of Instructional and Assessment Guidance
 Sample open-ended items based on new CCR standards
 Technology-enhanced item types
Watch for professional development related to
CCR standards on the ECAs.
Item Samplers
(Gr. 3-8: October)
Updated for 2014-15
•
•
Sample open-ended items based on new CCR standards
Examples of ISTEP+ Part 1 administration
English/Language Arts
•
•
Items: writing prompts, constructed-response, extended-response
Focus on evidence
Mathematics
•
•
Items: constructed-response, extended-response
Focus on content and process
“Experience College- and CareerReady Assessment” Tool
(Gr. 3-8: October; ECAs-Accountability: January)
•
•
•
•
Technology-enhanced item types
Training for students and educators
Engaging and interactive
Include available accommodations
Teachers are encouraged to use Experience CCRA
as an instructional tool in the classroom!
Spring 2015 ACCUPLACER
• Testing Window
 Part 1: January 22 – February 20, 2015
. • Administer to juniors who meet State Board-adopted criteria
during Part 1
 Part 2: February 25 – April 1, 2015
• Participation Criteria
 PSAT score
 Performance on ECAs
• Updated guidance coming soon

Includes details re: Dual-Credit, Financial Aid, and more!
Transition: Graduation Examination &
Accountability Assessment Implementation
Year
.
ECA
ECA
(IAS 2000
Algebra I, 2006
English 10)
(CCR IAS 2014
Algebra I,
English 10)
Accountability
Assessment
Grade 11
Graduation
Examination
Retest
Grade 12
Retest
Grade
Grade 10
2014-15
Adults
Grade 11
Retest
Graduation
Examination
Retest
Grade 12
Retest
Adults
Retest
Grade 10
2015-16
Grade 10
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
Graduation
Examination
Accountability
Assessment
X
X
X
Grade 10
X
X
Grade 11
Retest
Grade 11
Retest
Grade 12
Retest
Adults
Retest
Grade 12
Retest
Adults
Retest
Grade 10
X
Grade 11
Retest
Grade 12
Adults
2019-20
Grade 10 Summative Assessment
X
Retest
Retest
Grade 10
X
Grade 11
Retest
Grade 12
Retest
Adults
Retest
X
Transition: Spring 2015 ECAs
Spring 2015 ECA Administration:
Graduation Examination and Accountability Assessment Implementation
End of Course Assessment
(1 test with 2 components)
.
Grade(s)
Grade 10
Grades 9, 11, 12
Adults
Graduation
Examination
Accountability
Assessment
(IAS 2000 Algebra I,
2006 English 10)
(CCR IAS 2014 Algebra I,
English 10)
Required
Required
(testers/retesters)
(testers/retesters)
Required
(testers/retesters)
Required
(testers/retesters)
Accountability Assessment
Notes
(Accountability Assessment
component will likely consist of
1-2 extra test sessions.)
Accountability calculations for
Grade 10 students testing in
spring 2015 are based on new
CCR standards.
Optional—Local Decision
Feedback regarding new CCR
standards may be helpful for
remediation and other purposes.
(NOT included in accountability
calculations)
Not Applicable
Adults are not included in school
accountability.
Watch for
more
ECA-related
guidance
coming
soon!
Transition: IMAST
• Federal regulations discontinued modified assessments
.
after
2013-14
 Indiana’s version: IMAST
 Sunset after Spring 2014 administration
• “IMAST Transition” resources/information available
 Refer to Office of Student Assessment webpage
• IMPORTANT: Provide local support necessary to students
formerly participating in IMAST

Provide support for parents, too!
Future Assessments: Beginning in 2015-16
 Assessment Resolution passed by Education Roundtable and
.
State
Board of Education includes 7 Components:
1.
Summative Assessment (Grades 3-10)
•
•
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Grade 10 ISTEP+ becomes new Graduation Examination
High School Science Assessment based on Biology I
IREAD-3
Phase-out Algebra I, English 10 ECAs (Graduation Examination)
Grade 11, 12 Post-Secondary Assessments
College- and Career-Readiness Exam (Grade 11)
Formative Assessments (Grades K-10; ELA, Math, SCI, SS)
Alternate Assessment (Grades 3-10)
Assessment RFP Update
 Review process ongoing
•. Educators included as:
 Advisors
 Evaluators
 Determine top two vendors per Component
• January – oral presentations
 Advisors
 Award expected mid-March
R–I–G–O–R
To be…
R. eady for college- and career-related expectations…
Implement innovative instructional practices;
Gather and use resources from the IDOE website;
Offer and seek ideas via a Community of Practice; and
Reach out when you have questions or need assistance.
R – I – G – O – R leads to student success!
Resources for Assessment
Guidance
• School Test Coordinator (STC)
• Corporation Test Coordinator (CTC)
• Office of Student Assessment
 Telephone: (317) 232-9050
 Email: [email protected]
 Website: http://www.doe.in.gov/assessment
Thanks for the
opportunity!


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