District CRT Training PowerPoint March 2006. CRT Rule to Remember. All data put on answer sheets or header sheets must be LEFT-JUSTIFIED . Begin at the left and work your way to the right.
* These are the dates given us by USOE and are subject to change
Due Dates for Error Reports
Error Report Due for Traditional Schools
Error Report Due for Year Round Schools
*Only in districts piloting the new Secondary Language Arts Core: Carbon, Davis, Jordan, Murray, Ogden, San Juan, and Tooele.
**While CRT’s are not timed, a testing session is approximately 45-50 minutes.
This CRT is a grade specific test. Students should take the test that corresponds to the grade in which they are enrolled.
A ninth grade student takes the ninth grade CRT.
A junior enrolled in AP English takes the eleventh grade CRT.
Example: A third grade student takes the third grade math CRT.
Example: Students enrolled in pre-algebra should take the
Example: A fifth grade student takes the fifth grade science CRT.
Example: Students enrolled in biology should take the biology CRT.
Example: biology, human biology, AP biology and agricultural biology are all responsible to the same core curriculum. Therefore all students enrolled in these courses should take the biology CRT.
USOE/Assessment & Accountability/1/19/06
Training site available now http://pem.ncspearson.com/ut/upass
Call Support Center Available: 888-627-7990 state code 845
Before the Testing window:
Available Monday through Friday (5:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. MST) exclusive of holidays
During the Testing window:
Available Monday through Friday (5:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. MST) exclusive of holidays
Students are associated with a Session
The first six positions of the Session Name should be the four-digit teacher number followed by two zeros for reporting purposes
All material must be returned no later than May 12th.
All materials must be grouped and sorted by class. We are also requesting a count for each group of answer sheets be turned in to the District office. This count should be written on the sheet provided by the district.
Student pre-printed answer sheets will have all information printed in a barcode which will be printed here.
Teacher number and grade are all that needs to be filled out. Teacher number is the 4-digit sis number followed by 00
Decisions about who needs assessment accommodations should be made by people who know the educational needs of the student. Federal law requires that this be the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team.
*note: Level A,B,C
Use of Assistive Equipment
*note: approval process
Procedure Changes: Testing Directions
*note: Level D,E
NOTE: TEST MODIFICATIONS ARE NOT ALLOWED BECAUSE THEY INVALIDATE THE TEST SCORES
This information is found in the UAA Manual
A student earns a proficiency score of “4” on task L-054 of the Language Arts section of the UAA.
and section 504 students
There are two categories in special codes for 2006, Non-Participation and Non-Standard Participation. Non participation is only used for students who were not able to take any portion of the assessment because they were not in school during the window.
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