SBAC - Fairfield Public Schools

Report
Smarter Balanced
Assessment
Consortium
(SBAC)
Fairfield Public Schools
Elementary Presentation
Questions
What is SBAC?
Who is being tested?
What is the schedule for testing?
What are the access tools and accommodations
available for students?
• What are the similarities/differences between CMT
and SBAC?
• What does the SBAC test look like?
• What are we doing to prepare for SBAC?
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What is SBAC?
• The Smarter Balanced Assessment
Consortium is one of two multistate
consortia that has developed an
assessment system based on the new
Common Core State Standards
(CCSS)
• Three components:
o Summative assessments – spring 2014
o Interim assessments – spring/fall 2014
o Formative tools – spring 2014
A National Consortium of States
What Elementary Students
are Being Tested?
• Grade 5 ELA and Math –
March 18 – April 4
• Grade 4 ELA and Math –
April 7 – April 25
• Grade 3 ELA and Math –
April 28 and May 16
• **Grade 5 Science CMT – March 18
What is a Computer Adaptive Test?
O Based on student responses the computer
program adjusts the difficulty of questions
through the assessment
O Advantages:
O Provides accurate measurements of student
growth over time
O Item difficult is based on student response
O Shorter test length
O Turn around time is significantly reduced
O CAT will start in spring 2015
CMT v. SBAC
Testing Times
CMT
SBAC
ELA
4 hours 50 minutes
4 hours*
Math
3 hours 30 minutes
3 hours*
Science
1 hour 15 minutes
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*includes 30 minute in-class performance
task
SBAC Field Test Schedule Sample
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
9:15-10:15
Language Arts on
Computer 1 session
(45 min)
Regular schedule
9:15-10:00 all 4th grade
Language Arts inclass activity
(30 min)
Regular Schedule
Regular Schedule
Recess/Lunch
11:00-11:40
Recess/Lunch
11:00-11:40
12:30-1:45
Language Arts
Performance Task
On computer
Session 1 (1 hr.)
12:30-1:45
Language Arts
Performance Task
On computer
Session 2 (1 hr.)
Regular schedule
Recess/Lunch
11:00-11:40
Regular schedule
Recess/Lunch
11:00-11:40
Recess/Lunch
11:00-11:40
2:00-3:00
Language Arts on
Computer
2nd session
(45 min)
(2) English/ Language Arts sessions on computer (45 minutes each session- 90 minutes total)
(1) English/Language Arts in –class activity in preparation for ELA performance task (30 minutes)
(2) English/Language Arts performance tasks on computer (1 hour each session)
SBAC Field Test Schedule Sample
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
9:15-10:15
Math on Computer
1st session
(45 min)
Regular schedule
9:15-10:00 all 4th grade
Math in-class activity
(30 min)
Regular Schedule
Regular Schedule
Regular schedule
Recess/Lunch
11:00-11:40
Make up testing
Regular schedule
Recess/Lunch
11:00-11:40
Recess/Lunch
11:00-11:40
Recess/Lunch
11:00-11:40
12:30-1:45
Math
Performance Task
On computer
Session 1 (1 hr.)
2:00-3:00
Math on Computer
2nd session
(45 min)
(2) Math sessions on computer (45 minutes each- 90 minutes total)
(1) Math in-class activity in preparation for math performance task (30 minutes)
(1) Math performance tasks on computer (1 hour total)
Recess/Lunch
11:00-11:40
Preparing for SBAC
• Technology readiness
• Staff familiar with various components of
online testing
• Students familiar with online tools
• Continuing to implement our curriculum
Accessibility Tools & Accommodations
CMT & SBAC
CMT
SBAC
Format
Paper-and-pencil
Computer adaptive
Types of
Questions
Multiple choice, short
answers and a writing
prompt
Selected response, short and
extended constructed response,
technology enhanced questions,
and performance tasks
Scoring
MC -machine scored
Writing – use a rubric
Artificial intelligence
Scoring
Processing
Time
Sent to vendor
Results to districts in July
Available within days
*starting in spring 2015
Content
Measured mastery of CT State Measures mastery of CCSS
Standards
Norming
Norming based on CT
students
Norming based on 29 states
involving 15 million students
Response Type for SBAC
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MC with one correct response
MC with multiple correct responses
Two part MC
Matching tables
Yes/No or true/false tables
Fill-in tables
Select or order test or graphics
Complex drag and drop
Graphing
Equation or numeric response
Short text
Long essay
Language Arts
CMT and SBAC
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Score Point 2:
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This response presents a clear connection between the text and the student’s personal experience. Relevant
personal examples (“In my fishing trip we used fishing poles… We also use hooks, and worms”) contrasted
with specific examples from the text (“…Yoshi used birds, a color [sic], and rope”) provide strong support.
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The correct response, option C, receives a score of 1 point.
A two-point response includes two correct details explaining what
archaeologists think about the discovery of the Grand Canyon. Responses
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To
receive
the full-credit
score ofspelling,
1 point,
the student
are not
scored
for grammar
usage, conventions,
or punctuation.
Score Point 2:
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This response presents a reasonable connection between the text and the student’s personal experience.
both
options.
Thetwo
correct
responses
are
options D and
A two-point
response
includes
correct
details,
one
from
source,
Sample
two-point
response:
Differences
are supported
with specific
personal
examples
(“We used
worms
andeach
a fishing
pole.”) and implicit
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To receive the full-credit score of 1 point, the student must correctly
complete the entire chart. The correct responses are “friendly”
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and “ ikes it
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The correct response, option D, receives a score of 1 point.
Mathematics
CMT and SBAC
CMT Gr. 4
SBAC Gr. 4
Word Problem
Computation
CMT Gr. 4
SBAC Gr. 3
Computation embedded in
context
Conceptual understanding
Use reasoning skills
Integrated Understanding
CMT Gr. 5
SBAC Gr. 5
Math Performance Task
Taking the Practice Test
• http://sbac.portal.airast.org/practice-test/

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