Ohio`s Field Test

Report
Next Generation of Assessments
Paula Mahaley ∙ January 27 and 28, 2014
Ohio’s Next Steps
Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT) administered in
2014-15
Ohio Achievement Assessments 2013-14
Ohio will continue its plans to develop new
assessments
Spring 2014 Field Test
Two separate Field Tests
1. American Institutes for Research (AIR)
2. Partnership for the Assessment of
Readiness for College and Careers
(PARCC)
Ohio’s
Field Test
Spring 2014 Field Test
Performance-Based
Assessment
March 24 – April 18
End-of-Year
Assessment
May 5 – 16
Ohio
Ohio’s Field Test
Grades and Subjects
Grades 4 and 6 Social Studies
Grades 5 and 8 Science
Ohio’s Field Test
Grades and Subjects
High School
American Government and American History
High School Biology and Physical Science
Ohio’s Field Test
Online only
American Institutes for Research – TIDE
PreID files required
Students respond in both formats
Ohio’s Field Test
All students will participate including
students with disabilities and English
language learners.
Ohio’s Field Test
Accommodations
Manual
http://oh.portal.airast.org
Ohio’s Field Test
Performance-Based
Assessment
March 24 – April 18
Performance-Based Assessment
Grades 4, 5, 6, 8 and high school:
75 – 90 minutes
Add 15 minutes for set up for each test
Ohio’s Field Test
End-of-Year
May 5 – 16
End-of-Year
Grades 4, 5, 6, 8 and High School:
60 – 90 minutes
Add 15 minutes for set up for each test
Ohio’s Field Test – Item types
Selected Response (multiple-choice)
Fifty percent on assessment – machine
scored PBA
No human scored EOY
Ohio’s Field Test – Item types
Constructed Response
Technology-enhanced (graphic-response and
short-answer items)
Human scored
Ohio’s Field Test – Item Types
Number of Items Science – PBA
20 pts. for each test:
Grades 5 and 8 Science
High School Biology
High School Physical Science
Ohio’s Field Test – Item Types
Number of Items Social Studies – PBA
20 pts. for each test:
Grades 4 and 6 Social Studies
High School American Govt.
High School American History
Ohio’s Field Test – Item Types
Number of Items Science – EOY
36 pts. for each test:
Grades 5 and 8 Science
High School Biology
High School Physical Science
Ohio’s Field Test – Item Types
Number of Items Social Studies – EOY
44 pts. for each test:
Grades 4 and 6 Social Studies
High School American Govt.
High School American History
Ohio’s Field Test – Resources
Materials are available at
http://oh.portal.airast.org
Sara Allen at 614-387-7722
[email protected]
Resources – Topics
Students and Families
Teachers/Test Administrators
Test Coordinators
Technology Coordinators
Ohio’s Field Test – Portal
Students and Families Resources
Item Tutorials
Student Training Site
Family Resources
Ohio’s Field Test – Portal
Teachers/Test Administrators AND Test
Coordinators Resources
TIDE – not same
Test Administrator Interface
Test Administrator Training
Ohio’s Field Test – Portal
Teachers/Test Administrators AND Test
Coordinators Resources
Online Reporting System (ORS)
Teacher/Test Administrator Resources
Item Tutorials
Ohio’s Field Test – Portal
Documents – Administrator/Coordinator
Test Coordinator Manual
Directions for Administration
Test Administrator User Guide
TIDE User Guide
Ohio’s Field Test – Portal
Technology Coordinators Resources
Download Secure Browsers
Technology Resources
PARCC
Field Test
Spring 2014 Field Test
PARCC
Performance-Based
Assessment
March 24 – April 11
End-of-Year
Assessment
May 12 – June 6
PARCC Field Test
Grades 3 – 11 ELA and Literacy
Grades 3 – 11 Mathematics
PARCC Field Test
Online and Paper/pencil
PreID files required
Format assigned to districts/schools
Computer based
Paper/pencil
PARCC Field Test
Districts/schools have been contacted
Districts/schools not chosen will sample items
through Practice Test
Performance-Based
Assessment
March 24 – April 11
Performance-Based Assessment (PBA)
ELA and Literacy – PARCC
Grade 3 – 11:
60 – 130 minutes
Add 15 minutes for set up for each test
End-of-Year Assessment
May 5 – 16
End-of-Year (EOY)
ELA and Literacy
Grade 3 – 11:
90 – 105 minutes
Add 15 minutes for set up for each test
PARCC Field Test
Student participation:
Only take either PBA or EOY;
Either ELA or Mathematics;
Few will take both components in either
ELA or mathematics.
All Students Participate
All students will participate including
students with disabilities and English
language learners.
PARCC Field Test
Assessment
Policies and Guidance
Accessibility, Accommodations and Fairness
Manual
PARCC Field Test
Requests for unique accommodations
Individual basis and will provide
PARCC approval
PARCC Field Test – Item Types
Evidence-Based Short-Answer Response
(EBSR)
Technology-Enhanced Constructed
Response (TECR)
http://www.parcconline.org/samples/ELA#1
PARCC Field Test – Item Types
Deeper encounters
Comprehension of the concepts
Higher order skills such as critical reading
and analysis
PARCC Field Test – Item Types
Comparison and synthesis of ideas within
and across texts
Determining the meaning of words and
phrases in context
PARCC Field Test – Item Types
PARCC’s Blueprints and Test Specifications
http://www.parcconline.org/assessmentblueprints-test-specs
PARCC Field Test
ELA/Literacy PBA
Each grade level
Research simulation
Literary analysis
Narrative task
PARCC Field Test
ELA/Literacy EOY
Each grade level – 4-5 texts
Literary
Informational (including social
science/historical, scientific, and technical
texts at grades 6-11)
PARCC Field Test
Mathematics PBA
Each grade level:
Short answer- and extended-response
Conceptual knowledge and skills
Reasoning and modeling
PARCC Field Test
Mathematics PBA
Type I items (Machine-scorable)
Type II items (Hand-Scored – scoring rubrics)
Type III items (Hand-Scored and/or Machinescored - scoring rubrics)
PARCC Field Test
Mathematics EOY
Each grade level:
Short-answer responses
Conceptual knowledge and skills
Type I items only (All Machine-scorable)
PARCC Field Test – Scoring
Scale score
Performance level scores – five levels
PARCC Field Test
Technology
Number of test takers:
Estimate the maximum number of students
that will be testing at one time.
PARCC Field Test
Technology
Available devices:
Identify the school computers that will
be available for testing
Bandwidth
Plan to use Proctor Caching and have at
least 5 kbps of bandwidth for each student
testing at the same time.
OR
Plan for at least 50 kbps of bandwidth for
each student connecting to the Internet for
testing at the same time
PARCC Field Test
Technology
Headphones – required for ELA/Literacy
May be used by students who need
accommodations for mathematics
PARCC Field Test
Technology
Online Assessment Pilot May 2013
For additional information,
please contact Kirk Ross
[email protected]
Office of Curriculum and
Assessment Contact
Paula Mahaley, Assistant Director
[email protected]
education.ohio.gov
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