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Math COE from the Student Perspective. 2012 – 2013 Amanda Mount, OSPI Scott Brittain , OSPI Cindy Jouper, ESD 113. Overview . Terminology, guidelines and highlights Process Tasks Submission Contact Information. Terminology.

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Math coe from the student perspective

Math COE from the Student Perspective

2012 – 2013

Amanda Mount, OSPI

Scott Brittain, OSPI

Cindy Jouper, ESD 113


Overview

Overview

  • Terminology, guidelines and highlights

  • Process

  • Tasks

  • Submission

  • Contact Information


Terminology

Terminology

COE Math is referred to as Mathematics Year 1 and Mathematics Year 2.

  • Mathematics Year 1

    Algebra and Integrated 1

  • Mathematics Year 2

    Geometry and Integrated 2


Math guidelines

Math Guidelines

  • Must contain no fewer than 6 and no more than 8 work samples

  • 2 on-demand work samples

  • Each reporting strand in Mathematics Year 1 and Mathematics Year 2 must be represented at least two times in the collection

  • At least two representations of Process and Course Specific PEs are also required for a sufficient Mathematics Year 1 or Mathematics Year 2 collection.

  • All of the work samples that are listed on the work sample documentation form must be included in the same sequential order in the submitted collection

  • The work sample documentation form must be signed by the student


On demand

On-Demand

  • Two tasks or work samples must be ‘On-Demand’. These tasks are designed to be completed in a single class period under the supervision of an educator. Any Inclusion Task may be selected by the teacher or student as ‘On-Demand’.


Extended time response

Extended Time Response

An “extended time” response is one that students may complete over more than one class period or session while still supervised by a teacher or education professional. Sometimes this may be multiple days or session. These responses allow the students the opportunity for multiple editing and revising prior to submitting their final response for submission in their collection. All extended time responses must be done under the supervision of the teacher or school staff and are not to be taken home. While there is some opportunity for appropriate teacher assistance the work on the extended response needs to be that of the student.


Appropriate teacher assistance

Appropriate Teacher Assistance

For the extended time responses, it is expected that there is an appropriate amount of teacher assistance. For Mathematics, it is expected that teachers will assist with concept development but not teach to the specific inclusion task and use part of the task to illustrate a point. As students work through extended time responses, teachers may encourage students to check their work and remind them to edit and revise their written materials. Extended time responses must continue to be student work rather than group work.


Math coe

Math COE

Math has its own unique submission method.

  • It begins electronically and then becomes paper-based.

  • Students work on a paper-based work sample task and response form.

  • It is submitted in an envelope as a paper collection, scanned and then scored electronically.


Highlights of the math coe process

Highlights of the Math COE Process

  • Eligibility and sufficiency are completed online

  • Required forms are printed with student specific information on them and ready for student use

  • Students do not need access to computers in order to complete COE

  • Training is readily available for teachers and students


The process

The Process


Choose tasks

Choose tasks

  • Students and teachers work together to choose the tasks that they will be working on

  • Tasks must come from the inclusion bank

  • Tasks may not be altered

  • Students may choose more tasks than they need to submit; they will make final choice of which to include before submission

  • At least two tasks must be on-demand


Print tasks

Print tasks

  • Once the tasks are assigned to the students, they can be printed.

  • Tasks will contain barcodes used to manage the papers for scoring

  • Barcodes are unique to each student; do not make copies for other students.

  • Do not color in or deface barcodes.


Personalized form

Personalized form

On-demand

Student name

Student number

Document info


Please

Please…

  • Put pages in correct order

  • Staple in upper left-hand corner only

  • Be sure the paper has the right name on it before beginning work

  • Have your teacher store work securely when you are not working on it


Complete work

Complete Work

  • Students complete work under the supervision of a teacher

  • Teacher manages the security of the student work

  • On-demand tasks completed in on-demand environment

  • Teacher uses system to track progress

    • Not startedInprogressApproved


Choose work to include in collection

Choose work to include in collection

  • Teacher marks tasks for inclusion online

  • Students must choose 6 – 8 samples to be included in collection

  • At least two must be on-demand

  • All sufficiency requirements must be met

  • All eligibility requirements must be met

  • Once requirements are met, collection is submitted for teacher approval  principal approval


Choose for inclusion

Choose for inclusion


Ready to submit

Ready to submit


Step 8 package and send

Step 8: Package and send

  • A cover sheet (Work Sample Documentation Form) will print for each student who is submitting

  • Student must sign cover sheet

  • Put cover sheet and finished tasks into a large mailing envelope (10 X 13)

  • Double-check that all work is completed and included before sending

  • One student per envelope


Important reminders

Important Reminders

  • Do your own work

    • Group work or copied work invalidates collection and can ruin your chance to graduate!

  • Double or triple check work before submitting

  • Use only tasks that were printed with your name and student number on them

  • Do not mark on the barcodes


What happens next

What happens next?

  • Collections received by scoring center

  • Top part of pages cut off, removing staple and student name; barcodes remain

  • All collections scanned

  • Scorers will score

  • Results will be returned to schools

  • Original collections are archived for 2 years (not returned to schools)


Contacts

Contacts

Amanda Mount, COE Operations [email protected](360) 725-6037

Lesley Klenk, CAA Options [email protected](360) 725-6330  

Scott Brittain, Math/Science Collection of EvidenceAssessment [email protected](360) 725-6237

Technical support and process issues:

COE Customer Service

360-464-6708 or [email protected]


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