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Overview of Math COE 2013-2014. Kim Andersen, OSPI Science & Mathematics Specialist September 17, 2013. Topics for Today’s Webinar. 2. Eligibility Calendar Augmentation Policy & Guidelines Classroom Instruction Test Administration & Security Teacher Assistance

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overview of math coe 2013 2014

Overview of Math COE 2013-2014

Kim Andersen, OSPI Science & Mathematics Specialist

September 17, 2013

topics for today s webinar
Topics for Today’s Webinar

2

Eligibility

Calendar

Augmentation

Policy & Guidelines

Classroom Instruction

Test Administration & Security

Teacher Assistance

Content Year 1 & Year 2 (On Demand/Extended Time)

New Inclusion Bank Tasks

Resources & Contact Information

math coe eligibility
Math COE Eligibility

A student must have attempted and not met standard on a mathematics EOC two times (either a Year 1 and a Year 2 EOC or the same EOC twice) before being eligible to submit a COE.

Students are eligible to work on a mathematics year 1 COE if they have taken or are currently enrolled in a high school algebra 1 or integrated mathematics course.

Students are eligible to work on a mathematics year 2 COE if they have taken or are currently enrolled in a high school geometry or integrated 2 mathematics course.

calendar for the math coe
Calendar for the Math COE

January 22, 2014: First submission deadline 2013-2014, 12th graders only

March 28, 2014: Results back to districts on WAMS

April 30, 2014: Augmentation deadline for those who qualify

May 30,2014: Results back to districts on WAMS

June 11, 2014: Next full submission deadline

August 8, 2014: Results back to districts on WAMS

augmenting a math coe
Augmenting a math coe

The Year 1“Cut Score” is 24 points out of 32.

A student must earn 24 out of 32 points on a Year 1 Math COE to meet standard or demonstrate proficiency. Students may augment if their score is 22-23.

The Year 2“Cut Score” is 14 points out of 24.

A student must earn 14 out of 24 points on the Year 2 Math COE to meet standard or demonstrate proficiency. Students may augment if their score is 12-13.

augmentation process
Augmentation process

Students not meeting standard, but within the 2 point augmentation band, may submit 4 new tasks for scoring.

There is no requirement for “on-demand” tasks but these tasks may be included.

The 4 new tasks, combined with the original COE, are used to determine whether the student meets standard.

Qualifying students get a single opportunity to augment.

Augmentations may be submitted in any subsequent scoring window.

policy guidelines
Policy & Guidelines

Guidelines & Policy for the Mathematics COE can be referenced on the OSPI sponsored COE Webpage:

www.coe.k12.wa.us

Topics covered in the Guidelines include: components; eligibility; strands; tasks; inclusion bank; teacher assistance; scoring; augmentation; and more!

preparing students for the math coe instruction is key
Preparing students for the math coe – Instruction is key!

One of the benefits to students accessing the collection of evidence is thattasks may be administered in parts. Teachers may elect to teach a standard and then when students are ready administer part of a task (one or more questions) that align to that standard.

Before administering the COE in the classroom:

Teachers should thoughtfully review the task and performance expectations using the content (PE’s) to guide instructional decisions.

Teach & reteach the performance expectations included in the tasks in various contexts in the classroom until the students demonstrate proficiency.

preparing students for the math coe instruction is key1
Preparing students for the math COE – Instruction is Key!!

In addition to teaching to the standards, teachers will want to prepare students by:

Teaching & re-teaching the related academic vocabulary.

Increasing student understanding of the context by teaching and re-teaching the general vocabulary.

when students are ready to assess
When students are ready to assess

Provide a secure testing environment that includes:

Working independently

No books, notes, or other materials

Proctoring by professional educator

Calculators used according to OSPI policy http://www.k12.wa.us/Mathematics/CalculatorPolicy.aspx

Please check COE Math Webpage for more details at http://www.coe.k12.wa.us/Page/271

teacher s role during assessments
Teacher’s role during assessments

Maintain an appropriate testing atmosphere by proctoring.

Support students to do their best work in a secure and quiet classroom setting.

teacher assistance
Teacher assistance

Teacher feedback on COE tasks

Teachers may not provide any specific feedback on a COE task.

All completed work samples must represent the student’s independent work.

Editing done on extended time tasks must be solely based on the student’s independent review and evaluation of their own work.

test security
Test Security

Keep tasks in a secure location. Between assessments, work with your building administrator to have a locked location to store tests safely, accessible only to district staff.

Extended response tasks may be taken out later for student edits; however, on-demand tasks may not. Both need to be stored securely.

More information available at COE Website

http://www.coe.k12.wa.us/Page/271

math coe sufficiency
Math COESufficiency

The Collection Must Include

  • At least six and no more than eight separate, unique work samples (tasks)
  • Each collection must have each strand represented at least twice (represented in 2 different tasks) with two different PE’s represented
  • There must be at least two on-demand tasks
on demand tasks
On-Demand Tasks

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

Students & teachers may opt to complete more than two samples as on- demand

extended time tasks
Extended Time Tasks

An extended time task:

Is completed over more than one class period or session

Is supervised by a teacher or education professional

May not leave the classroom

Allows the students multiple opportunities for editing and revision. The editing is self-directed over the semester or school year as student learning deepens.

scoring the math coe
Scoring the Math COE

Professional scorers

Train using an exemplar paper, student responses, and a task-specific rubric

Scorers must qualify to score

Ongoing validity and reliability checks

Calibration training as needed

Score each question within a task independently

“Burst” scoring – score a single task at a time

No scorer ever views a complete COE

year 1 year 2 mathematics coe
Year 1 & Year 2Mathematics COE

This October we are excited to introduce many new tasks to the Year 1 Inclusion Bank

These tasks will be available for use in the January 22 submission for 12th graders

resources for educators
Resources for Educators

The COE Website is the resource for up-to-date Mathematics Year 1 & Year 2 information http://wwwcoe.k12.wa.us

The COE Mathematics Moodle is the resource for information around instructional practice and networking

http://moodle2.ospi.k12.wa.us/course/view.php?id=56

technical support
Technical support

Questions about the submission process can be directed to the COE office at ESD 113

#360-464-6708or coe@esd113.org

Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

contact information ospi
Contact Information OSPI

If you have a mathematical content related question, do not hesitate to contact me at OSPI:

Kim.andersen@k12.wa.us

or call 360-725-6237

If you have an operation (logistical) question, please contact:

Amanda.mount@k12.wa.us

or call 360-725-6037