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K- 12 Assessment Update
Grandview Heights
Dr. Jamie Lusher
Chief Academic Officer for the Grandview Heights City Schools
January 2015
Assessment
Formative assessment
 The goal of formative assessment is to monitor student
learning to provide ongoing feedback that can be used by
instructors to improve their teaching and by students to
improve their learning. More specifically, formative
assessments:
 help students identify their strengths and weaknesses and target
areas that need work
 help faculty recognize where students are struggling and address
problems immediately
 Formative assessments are generally low stakes, which means
that they have low or no point value
(The Eberly Center at Carnegie Mellon, 2014)
Assessment
Summative assessment
 The goal of summative assessment is to evaluate
student learning at the end of an instructional unit by
comparing it against some standard or benchmark.
 Summative assessments are often high stakes, which
means that they have a high point value.
 Information from summative assessments can be used
formatively when students or faculty use it to guide
their efforts and activities in subsequent courses.
(The Eberly Center at Carnegie Mellon, 2014)
Assessment
Two Types:
 State
 Ohio Achievement Assessment (3rd Grade Only)
 Ohio Graduation Test (10th Grade Only)
 New Generation of Assessments (3rd-9th Grade)
 Performance Based Assessments-PBA
 End of Year Assessments-EOY
 District
 Measures of Adequate Yearly Progress (MAP) and
MAP Primary (MPG)
State Assessments
Ohio’s new state tests will replace the Ohio
Achievement Assessment (OAA) and the Ohio
Graduation Test (OGT)
The new state assessments will be
administered in:
 English language arts, mathematics, science
and social studies.
 These tests will be computer-based and
administered on-line
New Assessments K-12
 Kindergarten Readiness Assessment (KRA)
 English Language Arts Assessments (4-9th)
 Math (3rd-9th)
 Social Studies (Grades 4, 6 and 10th U.S.
History)
 Science (Grades 5, 8 and 9th Physical
Science)
New High School Graduation Requirements
Beginning with the class of 2018 (this year’s
freshmen), all students will take Performance
Based Assessments (PBA) and End of Year
Assessments (EOY):
 English Language Arts
 Algebra , Geometry and/or Algebra II
 Physical Science
 U.S. History and American Government
Structure of the New Assessments
Students will take Performance-Based Assessments
during testing window in March
 PBA administered in Units
 1-3 Units per Content Area
 Test sessions ranges from 60-90 minutes per Unit
Students will take an End-of-Year Assessments during
the testing window in May.
 EOY administered in Units
 1-3 Units per Content Area
 Test sessions ranges from 60-90 minutes per Unit
Testing Window
Test
Content Area
February 16- March 20
Performance Based
Assessments
ELA and Math Grades
3-9
March 2-13
Performance Based
Assessments
Science- Grades 5 & 8
and Physical Science 9
Social Studies- Grades
4 & 6 and U.S. History
10
April 13- May 15
End of Year
Assessments
ELA and Math Grades
3-9
May 4 – May 15
End of Year
Assessments
Science- Grades 5 & 8
and Physical Science 9
Social Studies- Grades
4 & 6 and U.S. History
10
*April 28th
Reading OAA
3rd Grade Reading
ONLY
*March 16 – 20
Ohio Graduation Test
(OGT)
10th Grade ONLY
Assessment Schedule Grades 3-8
Grade
PBA Dates
EOY Dates
3rd
March 12 & 17 Math
May 5 & 7 Math
April 28 Reading OAA
4th
March 9-11 ELA
March 16 & 17 Math
March 5 Social Studies
May 4
May 6 & 7 Math
May 8 Social Studies
5th
March 9-11 ELA
March 16 & 17 Math
March 5 Science
April 28 ELA
April 29 & 30 Math
May 13 Science
6th
March 2-4 ELA
March 12 & 13 Math
March 5 Social Studies
May 5 & 6 ELA
May 11 & 12 Math
May 8 Social Studies
7th
March 3 & 4 ELA
March 12 & 13 Math
May 5 & 6 ELA
May 11 & 12 Math
8th
March 2-4 ELA
March 12 & 13
Math/Algebra/Geometry
March 5 Science
May 5 & 6 ELA
May 11 & 12
Math/Algebra/Geometry
May 13 Science
High School Assessment Schedule
Grade
PBA Dates
EOY Dates
9th
March 16-18 ELA
March 19 & 20
Algebra/Geometry/Alg
ebra II
March 10 Physical
Science
ELA, Math & Physical
Science:
Rotating Block
Schedule Tests
Administered:
May 5, 6, 11, 12, 13
10th
March 11 U.S. History
May 12-13
**10th
Ohio Graduation Test
March 16-20
State Testing Update
 The Mid-Biennium Review requires the State
Superintendent for Public Instruction to have
recommendations for state testing reductions
 A state committee has been created and is working to
address the excess of standardized testing. Grandview
Heights City Schools Superintendent Andrew Culp is on
that committee and is advocating for our students.
 These assessments are a major shift across the state
of Ohio. The outcomes and implications are a major
question.
 The loss of instruction time as a result of these
assessments ranges from 9-17 days depending on
student age.
Assessment Preparation
Professional Development
Curriculum Alignment
Resources
Integration of Technology Skills
Relevant and Meaningful
Resources for Students & Families
 Practice Assessments: http://oh.portal.aircast.org
This website provides online and paper practice assessments for
students, parents and educators. Scoring rubrics and Test
Specification Documents are available under the Resources Tab.
 Practice Tests: http://parcc.pearson.com/practicetests/ Choose Math or ELA, then grade level, then pick
a computer or print version of the tests. It also has the
answer keys readily available.
 http://www.parcconline.org/parcc-accessibilityfeatures-and-accommodations-manual
Resources for Students & Families
 Practice Tests and
Resourceshttp://oh.portal.airast.org/ocba/resources/
 Practice Scoring
Guides:http://ohtst.portal.airast.org/ocba/wpcontent/uploads/2014/10/G8-Sci-EOY-PT-ScoringGiude.pdf
 Next Generation Assessments (Slide
Show):https://docs.google.com/a/ghcsd.org/presentation/d/
15m2VzIZ7yx8VVJ1ZYxnEVTlYtjLfs0iVVJVheRxJEWE/pub?start
=false&loop=false&delayms=3000&slide=id.g36ddd057a_116
 http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Ohio-s-New-LearningStandards/Mathematics/PARCC-Math#Practice%20Test - Scroll
down on this website, you will get to multi-level practice
problems and calculator guidance.
Technology Skills Required
Curriculum Alignment & Integration of
Technology Skills
 Integration of technology and computer skills into
formative instruction and assessment practices
 1-1 Access and Use of Technology
 Headphones & Desktop Mouse Access
 Edcite, ItsLearning, Newsela, Blendspace, Google Forms,
Google Docs, IXL Math, Khan Academy, Deskstop Dashboard,
FETT
 Keyboarding Resource Access for Students
 https://typingagent.com
 New Expectation for Text Production = 1 page of Typed Text
for Essays and Extended Response
Every Child, Every Day!
 Please Visit our Website for the latest information and
resources regarding the new assessments.
 Assessment Tab
Jamie Lusher
[email protected]
(614) 481-3600

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