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Please remember to place your phone on mute.

Thank you.

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2012 Train-the-Trainer Webinar

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Agenda

Welcome and Introductions

What’s New?

Reminders

Purpose

FLKRS Part 1

FLKRS Overview

BREAK

FLKRS Part 2 K-2 Electronic Scoring Tool (EST)Overview

Wrap Up

Questions & Answers

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What’s New?For the 2012-13 FLKRS Administration

  • For some English Language Learners, the FAIR-K may not be an appropriate instrument.However, unlessEnglish Language Learnersarrived in the United States in the last 30 days and have sufficient difficulty speaking, reading, writing, or understanding the English language,theyshould be screened.

  • Monitoring features have been added to the Progress Monitoring and Reporting Network (PMRN) for School Districts to track the level of completion by their schools.

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What’s New?For the 2012-13 FLKRS Administration

  • Open 30 Day Window – Teachers will have open access to the PMRN for 30 instructional days. All scores will be automatically saved by system on the 30th day.

  • Public schools who do not use the Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading – K (FAIR-K) for progress monitoring ONLYneed to administer theEarly Childhood Observation System™ (ECHOS™) and the Broad Screen of the FAIR-K.

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RemindersFor the 2012-13 FLKRS Administration

  • Public schools arenow requiredto administer the FLKRS (FAIR-K and ECHOS) online.

  • Non-public schools maynow administer both portions of the FLKRS.

  • FLKRS Kits will be sent directly to districts and non-public schools.

  • School districts should provide the Department with their FLKRS training dates and locations for non-public schools.

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Purpose Why do we screen kindergarteners?

To comply with Section 1002.69(1), Florida Statutes, (F.S.) the Florida Department of Education is required to establish a kindergarten readiness screening based upon the performance standards adopted by the department.

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PurposeWho should be screened?

All kindergarten students

Each child who was enrolled in the VPK Education program

- Section 1002.69(1)&(4), F.S.

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PurposeWho may administer the kindergarten screening?

Reminder

Each public schoolis required to administer a kindergarten readiness screening to all kindergarten students in the school district within the first 30 school days of each school year.

Non-public schools may administer the statewide kindergarten screening to each kindergarten student who was enrolled in the VPK Education Program (in the previous school year).

- Section 1002.69(1), F.S.

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Purpose How will FLKRS data be used?

To inform instruction

To provide parents with useful informationabout their child’s readiness for kindergarten

To annually calculate a readiness ratefor non-public and public school providers of the VPK Education Program

- Section 1002.69(2)&(5), F.S.

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Part 1

FLKRS Overview

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FLKRS OverviewWhat are the components of FLKRS?

A subset of the Early Childhood Observation System™ (ECHOS™)

The first measure of the Florida Assessments

for Instruction in Reading – K (FAIR-K)

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FLKRS OverviewWhich measures of the ECHOS™ are included in the FLKRS?

ECHOS™ Domains

Language and Literacy

Mathematics

Social and Personal Skills (Approaches to Learning)

Science

Social Studies

Physical Development and Fitness

Creative Arts

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FLKRS OverviewWhich tasks of the FAIR-K are included in the FLKRS?

Broad Screen/Progress Monitoring Tool

Letter Naming Task

Phonemic Awareness Task

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FLKRS OverviewDemographics

Potentially Limiting Physical Condition

Ortho Impairment

Item 16: Fitness Engages voluntarily in large-muscle activity.

Item 18: Dance

Creates movements that correspond to different types of music.

Item 19: Visual Arts

Applies media, techniques, and processes to create original art.

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Potentially Limiting Physical Condition

Deaf/Hard of Hearing

Item 18: Dance

Creates movements that correspond to different types of music.

FLKRS Overview Demographics

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FLKRS Overview Demographics

Potentially Limiting Physical Condition

Visual Impairment

Item 19: Visual Arts

Applies media, techniques, and processes to create original art.

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Potentially Limiting Physical Condition

Dual-Sensory Impairment

Item 18: Dance

Creates movements that correspond to different types of music.

Item 19: Visual Arts

Applies media, techniques, and processes to create original art.

FLKRS Overview Demographics

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FLKRS Overview Participation Status Categories


FLKRS Overview Participation Status Descriptions

Student is participatingin Screening


For some English Language Learners, the FAIR-K may not be an appropriate instrument.

However, unless English Language Learners arrived in the United States in the last 30 days and have sufficient difficulty speaking, reading, writing, or understanding the English language, they should be screened.

FLKRS Overview Participation Status Descriptions

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FLKRS Overview Participation Status Descriptions

For somestudents with disabilities, FLKRS may not be appropriate.

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FLKRS Overview Participation Status Descriptions

Students who have been retainedin kindergarten are not included in the administration of the FLKRS.


FLKRS Overview Participation Status Descriptions

Students who werealready screened in another school do not need to be re-screened.


FLKRS Overview Participation Status Descriptions

Students withexcessive absenceswill not be provided a make-up ECHOS™ administration.


FLKRS OverviewNotifying Parents About the FLKRS

The FLKRS Parent Letter may be downloaded

atwww.fcrr.org/pmrn/.

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FLKRS OverviewQuestions?

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Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading Kindergarten (FAIR-K) Overview

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FLKRS/FAIR-K Overview Broad Screen/Progress Monitoring Tool

  • Tasks

    • Letter Naming

    • Phonemic Awareness (blending or onset and rime)

  • Administered to all public and non- publickindergarten students (3-5 minutes)

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K Overview Broad Screen/Progress Monitoring Tool

    Provides a Probability of Reading Success score

    for each child

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K Overview Broad Screen/Progress Monitoring Tool

    A score of .67 or above = READY on FAIR for kindergarten


    FLKRS/FAIR-K Overview Broad Screen - Letter Naming Task

    • Total of ten items

    • Child identifies the letter name

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K Overview Broad Screen - Letter Naming Task

    Decision Rules

    All students GO on to the next Broad Screen assessment task.

    Phonemic Awareness

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K Overview Broad Screen - Phonemic Awareness Task

    • Total of ten items

    • Student blends words at the word part and phoneme level

    • Administered orally

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K Overview Aligned to the Standards Adopted for Use in VPK

    Emergent Reading

    Shows age-appropriate phonological awareness

    Benchmark f: Child combines onset and rime to form a familiar one-syllable word with and without pictorial support (e.g., when shown several pictures, and

    adult says /c/ + “at”, child can select the picture of the cat).

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K Overview Broad Screen/Progress Monitoring Tool

    ONLYpublic schools that use the FAIR-K for progress monitoringarerequired to GO on to the first Broad Diagnostic Inventory tasks.

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    Overview

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    FLKRS/ECHOS™ Overview How is the ECHOS™ administered?

    Teachers observe students to determine what they know and are able to do and record their observations (on the FLKRS Class Record Form).

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    FLKRS/ECHOS™ Overview Administration Requirements

    ECHOS™ should be completed by a teacher,

    trained in its administration.

    Kindergarten teachers may NOT administer the ECHOS™ to students they taught in VPK.

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    FLKRS/ECHOS™ Overview Frequency of Demonstration

    The behaviors and skills prescribed in each benchmark need to be observed only once for the appropriate indicator to be entered.

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    FLKRS/ECHOS™ Overview Planning for Observations

    Teachers should remember the behaviors

    and skills they want to observe

    Teachers should observe the behaviors in context

    Incidental observations

    Planned observations

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    FLKRS/ECHOS™ Overview Planning for Observations

    With careful planning, it is easily possible to complete FLKRS/ECHOS™ for a class of students within the first 30 school days, using various types of class activities.

    Whole Class

    Large Group

    Small Group

    Individual

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    FLKRS/ECHOS™ Overview Planning for Observations

    • Get organized to record observations

      Optional Materials

      FLKRS Class Record Form

      Note cards

      Sticky notes/Mailing labels

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    FLKRS/ECHOS™ Overview Domain/Benchmark/Indicators

    Item 1: Concepts of Print

    Knows how to use a book

    Shows curiosity about all aspects of print

    Identifies front and back of book and where story begins

    Recognizes that the purpose of print is to tell the story

    Domain

    Benchmark

    Indicators

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    FLKRS/ECHOS™ Overview Suggested Classroom Activities

    Item 14: Production, Distribution and Consumption

    Explores the kinds of work that people do and how that work benefits family and community.

    Whole Class - The teacher asks questions following a story about community helpers and records each student’s response.

    Small Group or Individual - The students may dictate a story to accompany a picture they’ve drawn about community helpers.

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    FLKRS/ECHOS™ Overview Questions?

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    Break

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    Part 2

    K-2 Electronic Scoring Tool (EST)Overview

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Technical Requirements

    Software Requirements are:

    Internet Explorer 6.0 or later (Windows platform only)

    Safari 2.0 or later (preferred for Mac users)

    Mozilla Firefox version 1.5 or later (Mac or PC)

    Flash Player 9.0 or later

    JavaScript and Cookies enabled

    Hardware Requirements are:

    Minimum

    Recommended

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Technical Support

    PMRN Help Desk

    (850) 644-0931

    1-866-471-5019

    helpdesk@fcrr.org

    www.fcrr.org/pmrn/

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Security

    The K-2 Application is a secure site that uses the same encryption as a financial institution.

    An automatic timeout will occur if there is no activity for 20 minutes.

    The site’s security settings can be confirmed by the appearance of a padlock icon in the address bar (Internet Explorer), in the browser’s footer (Firefox), and a padlock icon in the top right of the browser (Safari).

    Internet Explorer

    Firefox

    Safari

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Who May Access the K-2 EST?

    The K-2 EST is accessible by users (e.g., administrators, the administrators’ designee, and teachers) at schools that are registered to use the PMRN.

    Each user will need his or her PMRN User Name and Password to access the K-2 EST.

    register

    ACCESS

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Registration

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Registration (continued)

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Enrolling Students

    Unchecked

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Enrolling Students (continued)

    Checked

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Demographics

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Demographics

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview Summary

    = Completed

    = In Progress

    = Not Started

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST OverviewSign In

    https://k2.pmrn.fcrr.org

    Complete

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    FLKRS/K-2 EST Overview

    FLKRS/K-2 EST – Student Selection

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    Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading Kindergarten (FAIR-K)/

    K-2 Electronic Scoring Tool (EST)Overview

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K/K-2 EST Overview Directions and Script

    AP1 SCRIPT

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K/K-2 EST OverviewCommon Task Display Overview

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K/K-2 EST Overview Common Task Display Overview

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K/K-2 EST Overview Common Task Display Overview

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K/K-2 EST Overview Common Task Display Overview

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    FLKRS/FAIR-K/K-2 EST Overview Common Task Display Overview

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    K-2 Electronic Scoring Tool (EST)Overview

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    FLKRS/ECHOSTM /K-2 EST Overview Indicators

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    FLKRS/ECHOSTM /K-2 EST Overview Indicators

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    FLKRS/ECHOSTM /K-2 EST Overview Indicators

    No Opportunity to Observe Any Indicator

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    FLKRS/ECHOSTM /K-2 EST Overview Indicators

    Not Yet Demonstrating

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    FLKRS/ECHOSTM /K-2 EST Overview How are the Ratings Determined?

    The K-2 EST will determine a rating (performance level)

    for each ECHOS™ Benchmark.

    Ratings

    No Opportunity to Observe

    Not Yet Demonstrating

    Emerging/Progressing

    Demonstrating

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    Wrap Up Questions and Answers

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