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california alternate performance assessment capa

California Alternate Performance Assessment (CAPA)

Train-the-Trainer Workshop:Training CAPA Examiners

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 2

objectives
Objectives

Handout (H)Page 1

Participants will train examiners to accurately and consistently

  • Prepare for the CAPA
  • Administer the CAPA
  • Score the CAPA
  • Return CAPA answer documents

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 3

agenda
Agenda

H 1

  • Introductions
  • Training
  • California content standards and CAPA blueprints
  • Preparing
  • Administering the CAPA
  • Scoring the CAPA
  • After-test procedures

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 4

what s new in 2012 on capa answer document
What’s New in 2012?On CAPA Answer Document

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 5

  • Front: Statewide Educator Identifier (SEID)
  • Inside: Score of 5 for Level I
  • Back:
    • Nonpublic, Nonsectarian School (NPS) moved
    • A2: Y for lost or destroyed answer doc
training capa examiners
Training CAPA Examiners

H 1

  • Required ANNUALLY
  • Train before testing window opens
  • Tips:
    • Active learning
      • Practice
      • Discuss
      • Problem-solve
    • Repetition

Quiz (Q) Question #1

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 6

how often should capa examiners be trained
How often should CAPA examiners be trained?

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 7

a. Annually

b. Every other year

c. Once in a lifetime

d. When they think they need it

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How often should CAPA examiners be trained?

  • Annually

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 8

california content standards and capa blueprints
California Content Standards and CAPA Blueprints

H 2

  • Standards provide the basis of instruction and testing
  • In 2006 the State Board of Education adopted new blueprints for CAPA
  • CAPA Level I blueprints: link to grades K–1 of California content standards and include two additional grade 2 science content standards.
  • Levels II–V blueprints: link to grade-level (grades 2–11) California content standards

CAPA blueprints can be found on the CDE Web site at: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sr/capablueprints.asp

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 9

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California Content Standards and CAPA Blueprints

Sample of grade 5 English–Language Arts (ELA)

Strand: Reading/Word Analysis

Standard: 6RW1.1: Word Recognition: Read aloud narrative and expository text fluently and accurately, and with appropriate pacing, intonation, and expression.

Alternate Achievement Standard: Read a simple four- to five-word sentence composed of high-frequency words.

H 2

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 10

January 2012

preparing for capa
Preparing for CAPA

H 3−6

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 11

Identify students

Select students for second rating

Select examiners

Select observers

Put information on non–Pre-ID answer documents

Prepare manipulatives and stimulus cards

preparing are correct students identified for capa
Preparing:Are Correct Students Identified for CAPA?

H 3

  • Has significant cognitive disabilities
  • Has individualized education program (IEP)
  • Is served under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
  • Meets eligibility guidelines
    • CAPA Examiner’s Manual — Appendix A
    • Assigned correct CAPA level

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 12

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Preparing: CAPA Levels

H 3

All students take ELA and mathematics. Only students in grades 5, 8, and 10 take science.

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Students who repeat grade 11 for multiple years continue to take the CAPA Level I or Level V until:

Enrolled in grade 12 (or)

Turn 22 years of age and are no longer receiving compensatory education

Preparing: CAPA Levels

H 3

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 14

January 2012

preparing students in ungraded classrooms
Preparing: Students in Ungraded Classrooms

H 3

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 15

  • To determine a student’s grade (for ungraded programs), subtract 5 from student’s age as of December 2. Formula: (age – 5 = grade)

Example:

  • Chris is 14 years old. Subtract 5 from his age (14) to calculate his grade for CAPA testing (9). Chris would take Level V.

Formula: 14 – 5 = 9

preparing do your examiners and observers have the correct qualifications
Preparing: Do Your Examiners and Observers Have the Correct Qualifications?

H 3

  • Licensed or certificated
  • Experienced working with students to be tested with the CAPA
  • Trained either by attending a “live” session or watching the online video segments (http://www.startest.org/capa.html)
  • Signed security affidavit

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 16

preparing purpose of observers
Preparing:Purpose of Observers

H 3

  • Increase objectivity
  • Data used to document inter-rater reliability
  • Provide credibility/confidence to scores

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 17

preparing double rating
Preparing: Double Rating

H 3

  • Choose students randomly at each school/site (including at NPS)
    • 10% per CAPA level per school/site
    • At least one student at each level tested
    • Selected students should be double rated in all content areas tested
  • Observe at same time as examiner scores
  • Observers must score independently of examiner

Q 2

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 18

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How many students should have a second rater/observer complete an answer document for an elementary school (K-6) with 47 CAPA students (1 Level I, 26 Level II, and 20 Level III)?

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 19

a. 47

b. 3

c. 5

d. 6

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How many students should have a second rater/observer complete an answer document for an elementary school (K-6) with 47 CAPA students (1 Level I, 26 Level II, and 20 Level III)?

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 20

c. 5

use blank from overage observers must mark sections

Preparing To Administer the CAPAObservers’ Answer Doc

Use blank from overage.Observers must mark sections

H 4

1 – Name, etc.

3 – Date of Birth

5 – Name

6 – Gender

7a – CAPA Level

7b – Grade

11 – Student ID

12a – SSID

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 21

preparing all answer docs must mark whether pre id or not
Preparing All Answer Docs:Must Mark Whether Pre-ID or Not

H 4

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 22

  • 1 Hand-write
    • Student Name
    • Test Examiner
    • School
    • District
  • 4 Version
  • 7a CAPA Level
preparing answer documents capa level
Preparing Answer Documents:CAPA Level

H 5

  • Mark correct level
  • Not counted if out of level

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 23

preparing capa answer documents seid
Preparing: CAPA Answer DocumentsSEID

H 5

Section 12b

Section 12c

SEID—Math Teacher

  • SEID—ELA Teacher

Correctable by District STAR Coordinator in Extended Pre-ID Data Corrections

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 24

preparing materials
Preparing Materials

H 6

  • Read Examiner’s Manual
  • Gather manipulatives for correct version
  • Cut stimulus cards and have them available in the correct order
    • To obtain stimulus cards online, contact STAR TAC
  • Have an answer document for every student
  • If no Pre-ID, demographics must be hand-marked
  • Prepare adaptations
    • For students with additional disabilities
    • Must be same as in classroom

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 25

administering the capa
Administering the CAPA

H 7

  • Task preparation
    • Set up manipulatives and/or stimulus cards
    • Must be in exact order specified (left to right and/or top to bottom)
  • Cue/directions
    • Must be read exactly as printed

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 26

administering capa level i
Administering CAPA Level I

H 7, 8

  • Up to 5 cues given
  • Up to 3 prompts given
  • If no response after verbal/gestural prompt, then modeled prompt only
  • If no response after modeled prompt, then hand-over-hand
  • Student must answer independently after hand-over-hand or any prompt

Q 3, 4

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 27

cue directions level i prompts
Cue/Directions: Level I Prompts

H 7

  • Give cue/directions
    • Wait minimum of 5 seconds for verbal response;

wait minimum of 7 seconds for physical response.

    • If student responds (correct or not), STOP.
  • Repeat cue/directions ONCE
    • Wait minimum of 5 seconds for verbal response;

wait minimum of 7 seconds for physical response.

    • If student responds (correct or not), STOP.

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 28

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Cue/Directions: Level I Prompts

H 7

3. Give a verbal/gestural prompt, repeat cue/directions

  • Wait
  • If student responds (correct or not), STOP.

4. Give a modeled prompt, reset objects,repeat cue/directions

  • Wait
  • If student responds (correct or not) respond,STOP.

5. Use hand-over-hand prompt, reset objects, repeat cue/directions

  • Wait
  • If student responds (correct or not) or does not respond,STOP.

Q 5

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 29

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What is the maximum number of cues for each task that an examiner can give to a student testing at CAPA Level I?

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 30

a. 5

b. 2

c. As many as the student needs to get correct

d. As many as the student needs to respond

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What is the maximum number of cues for each task that an examiner can give to a student testing at CAPA Level I?

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 31

  • 5
practice
Practice

H 7. 8

Use the chart on page 8 of the handout. Work with a partner and explain to one another how to administer CAPA Level I.

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 37

administering capa levels ii v
Administering CAPA Levels II–V

Give cue

Repeat cue only once, if necessary

NO prompts are given

H 9

Q 6

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 38

January 2012

cue directions levels ii v prompts
Cue/Directions:Levels II–V Prompts

H 9

  • Cue/direction
    • Wait minimum 5 seconds for verbal response;

Wait minimum 7 seconds for physical response

    • If student responds (correct or not), STOP.
  • Repeat cue/direction
    • Wait minimum 5 seconds for verbal response;

Wait minimum 7 seconds for physical response

    • STOP
  • Go to next task in question

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 39

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Practice

Use the chart on page 9 of the handout. Work with a partner and explain to one another how to administer CAPA Levels II–V.

What are the differences between administering CAPA Level I and CAPA Levels II–V?

H 9

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 43

January 2012

break
Break

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 44

scoring rubrics
Scoring: Rubrics

H 10

  • Scoring points
  • Level I: Based on prompting required for student to complete task
    • Score 1–5
  • Levels II–V: Based on number of correct responses
    • Score 1–4

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 45

capa answer circles
CAPA Answer Circles

H 10

Q 7

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 46

Level I only: score of 5 is possible

scoring capa level i
Scoring CAPA Level I

H 10

  • If wrong answer given, score 1
  • Correct answer with first or second cue, score 5
  • Correct with verbal/gestural prompt, score 4
  • Correct with modeled prompt, score 3
  • Correct with hand-over-hand prompt, score 2
  • Orients to task, score 1
  • No response at any time, score NR

Q 8, 9

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 49

practice scoring capa level i
Practice Scoring CAPALevel I

H 11−13

  • See trainer model with Lucerio video
  • Using the video clip, Jasper, ELA (apple and shoe)
    • Plan a practice session on scoring
    • Give directions for the practice to a partner
    • Give feedback on how the partner scored Jasper

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 55

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2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 56

[Level I ELA, Apple Shoe, Jasper video]

scoring levels ii v
Scoring Levels II–V

H 14

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 57

  • Rubric unique to task
    • Provided with each task
  • Based on number of questions within the task (cue/directions)
  • Example: ELA, Level III: Read a given story; ask the 4 questions about the story.
    • Scoring Rubric:(4) Completes task with 100% accuracy(3) Partially completes task (2–3 correct)(2) Minimally completes task (1 correct)(1) Attempts task
practice capa levels iii and v
Practice CAPALevels III and V

H 14−16

  • See trainer model with mathematics, Level III, Steven video
  • Using the video clip, science, Level V, Luis
    • Plan a practice session on scoring
    • Give directions for the practice to a partner
    • Give feedback to how the partner scored Luis

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 59

after test procedures answer document section a2 special conditions
After-test Procedures: Answer Document Section A2 Special Conditions

H 17

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After-test Procedures: Answer Document Section A2 Special Conditions

H 17

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 62

after test procedures
After-test Procedures

H 17

  • Section A4—English Learner Test Variations
    • A: The test examiner used a language other than English to administer the CAPA to the student.
  • Complete name, sign, date, and mark “Examiner” or “Observer” to attest training received

Q 10

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 63

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Who signs a completed student answer document?

a. Examiner

b. Examiner and/or Observer

c. Observer

d. Site Coordinator

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 64

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Who signs a completed student answer document?

b. Examiner and/or Observer

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 65

summary
Summary
  • Training
  • Standards
  • Preparation
    • Selecting CAPA students
    • Selecting CAPA examiners
    • Observers
    • Answer documents
    • Materials
  • Administration
  • Scoring
  • After-test procedures
  • Complete evaluation

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 66

quiz answers
Quiz Answers
  • a
  • d
  • a
  • c

5. d

  • 6. b
  • 7. a
  • d
  • b
  • b

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 67

for more information go to

For more information go to:

http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sr/capa.asp

http://www.startest.org/capa.html

To access online stimulus cards, contact STAR TAC:

800-955-2954 or [email protected]

2012 STAR CAPA Train-the-Trainer Workshop || Slide 68

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