Final EOG Power Point

Report
Reading & Mathematics
Grades 3–8
Science
Grades 5 & 8
2013
Testing Schedule
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Testing English Language Arts/Reading and Mathematics must occur
on consecutive school days.
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The administration of the English Language Arts/Reading and
Mathematics assessments does not have to occur during the same
week and/or consecutive school days with end-of-grade Science
assessment at grades 5 and 8.
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Testing two subjects on one day is prohibited.
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EOG assessments should be administered as early in the school day
as the school schedule permits.
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All students at the same grade level within a school must be
administered the appropriate end-of-grade assessment at the same
time on the same school day.
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Students at different grade levels cannot be administered assessments
in the same classroom
Testing Schedule: Grades 3–8 Reading, Math, and Science
Materials Pickup and Return Schedule
EOG Grades 3–8 Reading, Math, and Science (Beige)
EOG 3-8 (Traditional)
May 1
May 15
EOG Training
Pick up EOG Test
Booklets
(Select a sign up time)
NC Extend 1 & 2
May 1
May 7
May 14
(YRE)
May 9-16
Extend 1 & 2
Training
Pick up Extend 1 & 2
materials
(9am-12am)
Pick up Extend 1 & 2
materials
(9am-12am)
NC Extend 1 & 2
Reading, Math &
Science Tests
May 17
Grade 5 Science Test
Scan on same day
May 20-23
EOG Reading & Math
Tests; Grade 8 Science
Grades 3-5 scan 22;
Middle scan 23
June 11
Traditional
Return Test
Materials
(Select a sign up
time)
May 23-24
Make ups
June 17
Year Round
Return Test
Materials (9-12)
June 11th
Return Test Materials
(Select a sign up time)
(Testlets, scrap paper,
gridded response for
MIB & all manuals)
Scanning EXTEND2
Friday, May 17
EOG 3-5 (Year round)
May 1
EOG Training
May 22
Pick up EOG Test
Booklets
(9-12)
May 24
Grade 5 Science
Test
Scan on same day
May 29-30
EOG Reading &
Math Tests
Scan 30
May 31-June 3
Make ups
June 17th
Return Test
Materials (9-12)
(Testlets, scrap
paper, gridded
response for MIB &
all manuals)
Testing Plans due to Jacqueline Swartwout by May 7 (EXTEND 1/2); May 15 EOG
Test booklets cannot be picked up until plans are submitted.
Test Administrators: Local procedures
• Test administrators must by certified staff.
– Teachers
– Social workers
– Counselors
– Retired teachers
– Teacher assistants who are certified teachers
Eligibility EOGs
p. 1
• All students in membership at grades 3-8 (according to NC WISE),
including students who have been retained at grades 3-8, are
expected to participate with or without accommodations in the
standard administration of the end-of-grade assessments in English
Language Arts/Reading and Mathematics.
• All students in membership at grades 5 and 8 (according to NC
WISE), including students who have been retained at grades 5 and 8,
are expected to participate with or without accommodations in the
standard administration of the end-of-grade assessment in Science.
EOG Eligible Students- Exceptions
• Exceptions include:
o Students participating in the NCEXTEND1
o Students participating in the NCEXTEND2 English Language
Arts/Reading, NCEXTEND2 Mathematics and/or NCEXTEND2
Science assessments
o LEP students scoring below Level 4.0 Expanding on the W-APT are
not required to participate in the English Language Arts/Reading
assessment, but are required to participate in Mathematics and
Science assessments
o Students deemed medically fragile because of a significant medical
emergency and/or condition
Eligibility NCEXTEND2 p.1
All students in membership at grades 3–8 for reading and math and at grades 5 and 8
for science whose IEPs designate the use of NCEXTEND2 for reading
comprehension and/or mathematics and/or science for testing purposes
Exceptions:
• Students with current IEPs identified as LEP scoring below Level 4.0 Expanding on
the state-identified English language proficiency reading placement test and are in
their first year in U.S. schools are not required to be assessed on the reading part
of the NCEXTEND2. Students are required to participate in the mathematics and
science tests
• Students granted a medical exception
To be Eligible for NCEXTEND2:
• Must have current IEP
• Does not have only a current 504 Plan
• If LEP, must also have a current IEP
• Is not identified as having a significant cognitive disability
• Is not receiving instruction in the NCSCS through the Extended Content Standards
• Is not likely to achieve grade-level proficiency within the school year covered by the
IEP
Schedule: EOG p. 2
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EOG tests should be administered as early in the school day as the
school schedule permits.
All students at the same grade level within a school must be
administered the appropriate EOG at the same time on the same day.
• Students who are provided the Scheduled Extended Time
accommodation may not begin the test administration sooner than the
school’s schedule for the regular test administration.
• Multiple Testing Sessions must begin on the same day as the general test
administration but may continue beyond the school’s schedule for the
regular test administration if the IEP or Section 504 Plan designates the
sessions are to stretch across multiple days.
Testing grade levels in two subjects (e.g., Mathematics and Science) on the
same day is prohibited.
Students at different grade levels cannot be administered tests in the same
classroom.
Schedule NCEXTEND2 p.3
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NCEXTEND2 tests should be administered as early in the school day
as the school schedule permits.
All students at the same grade level within a school must be
administered the appropriate EOG at the same time on the same day.
• Students who are provided the Scheduled Extended Time
accommodation may not begin the test administration sooner than
the school’s schedule for the regular test administration.
• Multiple Testing Sessions must begin on the same day as the general test
administration but may continue beyond the school’s schedule for
the regular test administration if the IEP designates the sessions
are to stretch across multiple days.
Testing grade levels in two subjects (e.g., Mathematics and Science)
on the same day is prohibited.
Students at different grade levels cannot be administered tests in the
same classroom.
Administration Time
NCEXTEND2 p.5
EOG p.3
Subject
Est. Time
Max
Time
#
Items
Subject
Est. Time
#
Items
Reading
Reading
3-5
180 min
240
52
3-5
180
46
6-8
180 min
240
56
6-8
180
48
3-5
180
48
6-8
180
50
5
180
56
8
180
59
Math
Math
3-5
180 min
240
54
6-8
180 min
240
60
Science
Grades
5 and 8
180
240
75
After est. time, give students a 3-minute
break every 60 minutes.
Science
No max. time. After est. time, give students
a 3-minute break every 30 minutes.
Maximum time does not include time for breaks or general instructions.
Types of Assessment Items (paper/pencil)
• The English Language Arts/Reading and Science
assessments include all multiple-choice items.
• The Mathematics assessments include multiplechoice and gridded-response items.
– Mathematics gridded-response items are found at
grades 5 – 8
– Gridded response items are on the first part/the
calculator inactive part of the test.
Before Test Day pp. 6-19 (EOG); pp. 6-18 (EXTEND2)
• Prepare for and attend training.
– Read Assessment Guide (formerly known as Test Administrator
Manual) thoroughly.
• Read and study the Testing Code of Ethics (purple sheet).
• Complete and submit REQUIRED Testing Plan (yellow sheet).
• Read and follow test security procedures.
– Copying secure materials (including gridded response charts for MIB)
– Accounting for and storing materials
• Only TC and backup TC may have access to secure materials.
• Materials must be returned and accounted for daily.
• Train proctors – Proctors may not
– be alone with test materials;
– pick up or return materials;
– be relatives; and
– paper clip mathematics calculator inactive section.
Before Test Day pp. 6-19 (EOG); pp. 6-18 (EXTEND2)
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Prepare the testing environment.
– Cover/remove instructional materials
– Post “Testing Do Not Disturb” sign.
– Seating arrangement has adequate spacing.
Prepare students for testing.
– Inform parents.
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– Test taking strategies
– Gridded response practice www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing
– Released items
www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/releasedforms
Prohibited items
Monitor students during testing
– Test administrators are expected to be unencumbered.
• No email; cell phone; testing; engaging in conversations with proctors
Misadministrations/irregularities: Call Karen Greene 254.4355
Misalignment during testing p.13 (EOG/EXTEND2)
Before Test Day pp. 6-19 (EOG); pp. 6-18 (EXTEND2)
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Student emergencies and restroom breaks
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LEP students /Students with Disabilities and testing accommodations
– The accommodations must be routinely used
– Test administrators conducting test administration must be trained
on specific testing accommodation.
– TC/Assessor collaborate with EC Chair/504 Chair to complete
Review of Accommodations form (blue form)
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Students with Transitory Impairments and Section 504 (EOG only)
– Contact Karen Greene.
– Documentation must be maintained at school and in Testing Department.
– Document in NCWISE.
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Recognize testing violations and irregularities. pp. 17-19 (EOG); pp. 16-17
Irregularities
• School TC and Principal must have current NCID
– When a misadministration is declared for the general EOG, the affected
student(s) must be re-administered another secure form of the
assessment.
– When a misadministration is declared for the NCEXTEND2, the affected
students must be re-administered the secure form of the assessment no
earlier than five consecutive calendar days following the conclusion of the
prior administration.
On Test Day pp. 20-24 (EOG); 19-23 (EXTEND2)
• Verify materials
• Follow a uniform process of administration.
– Post “Testing Do Not Disturb” sign.
– Ensure testing area is clear of clutter
• All test administrators MUST review procedures on pp. 22-23
(EOG); 21-22 (EXTEND2) on THE TEST DAY.
Test Materials
p. 20 (EOG); p.19 (EXTEND2)
EOG & NCEXTEND2: Reading, Math, and Science
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Assessment Guide
test books
answer sheets
general purpose header sheets
bags for repackaging
No. 2 pencils
blank paper
accurate timing device
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NCDPI graph paper (math only)
calculators (math only)
Paper clips
a supply of the NCDPI periodic tables
(grade 8 science only)
• Secure gridded response samples for
MIB
Optional: highlighters and color acetate
overlays
NO STUDENT SURVEYS THIS YEAR!!!
Calculators for Math: EOG p. 20 & NCEXTEND2 p. 20
Students should use the calculator with which they are most
familiar.
Grades 3–5: Four-function calculator with memory key
Grades 6–8: Any four-function calculator with a square root
function; yx ; (pi); and algebraic logic
Test Day
p. 24 (EOG); 19-23 (EXTEND2)
On Test Day pp. 20-23 (EOG); 19-23 EXTEND2
• School TC manages distribution and
collection of materials.
– Materials must be turned in DAILY for students
who receive multiple test session accommodation
over multiple days.
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After Testing pp. 54-77 (EOG); 51-72 EXTEND2
• Clear calculator memory.
• Record students’ provided and used accommodations.
– Review of Accommodations forms must be housed with IEP.
• Count and return all testing materials.
• Code student answer sheets.
• Proctors complete Proctor Statement of Accountability form (pink)
After Testing pp. 54-77 (EOG); 51-72 EXTEND2
• Schools are required to provide additional coding on the answer
sheet in cases where students will not receive a general endof-grade test score. These include students who fall into the
following four categories:
o Students with disabilities who used an alternate assessment for
English Language Arts/Reading and/or Mathematics and/or Science
o Students not required to participate in the English Language
Arts/Reading assessment because they are identified as LEP scoring
below Level 4.0 Expanding on the reading subtest of the W-APT and in
their first year in U.S. schools
o Students absent from makeup
o Transfer students
Special Codes NEW pp. 54-77 (EOG); 51-72 EXTEND2
o Reasons the student is not participating in the standard administration;
Participation/Reason for Blank Score (Column A)
o Codes are in columns instead of front of bubble sheet.
o Transfer Students (Column B)
o Math score predictions
o Anticipated Mathematics Grade (Column C)
o Achievement Levels for Mathematics (Column D)
o English Language Arts predictions
o Achievement Levels for English Language Arts/Reading (Column E)
o Anticipated English Language Arts/Reading Grade (Column F)
o Student participated in makeup test (Column G)
Special Codes (continued)
o Accommodations Not Permitted (Column H)
o Misadministration (Column I)
o For Local Use (Column L)
o STAE : 0
o Youth Enrichment Zone: 1
o SES Tutoring: 2
o Science Answer Sheet
o Achievement Levels for Science (Column J)
o Anticipated Science Grade (Column K)
DRAFT Achievement Level Descriptors
• DRAFT achievement level descriptors are available
for the 2012-13 school year for test administrators to
use in the Special Codes section of the answer
sheet.
• These descriptors are printed in the Assessment
Guide.
OTISS – System for Reporting Test
Irregularities
• Account set up (NC ID)
– Approval procedure
– Training/manual
• TC responsibilities
– TC submits irregularity
Header Sheet EOG p.72; EXTEND 2 p.68
• Code and return as a cover sheet for each class.
• Answer Key Codes
EOG R & M
EXT2 R & M
Grade
Code
Grade
Code
3
EOG3
3
EXT3
4
EOG4
4
EXT4
5
EOG5
5
EXT5
6
EOG6
6
EXT6
7
EOG7
7
EXT7
8
EOG8
8
EXT8
Science
EXT2 Science
Grade
Code
Grade
Code
5
SCI5
5
X2S5
8
SCI8
8
X2S8
Transcriptions
• One individual transcribes the student’s
responses.
• One individual verifies the transcription.
• One individual observes the process.
• All 3 sign the outside cover of the test
book.
• Separate the books when you return them
to the Testing Department.
After Testing - Packaging and
Returning Materials
• Return all materials to the Testing Department
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Traditional June 11; YRE June 17
All test booklets
Unused answer sheets and header sheets
Scrap paper
Graph paper
• File completed Review of Accommodations
Used During Testing forms at the school with the
IEP.

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