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ASSESSMENT and ACCOUNTABILITY UPDATE Create by KAAC Modified by Kenna Williams. A New System Begins. Fall 2011 offers the first test administration to begin Kentucky’s new assessment and accountability system. Unbridled Learning: College- and/or Career-Ready for All replaces CATS.

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a new system begins
A New System Begins
  • Fall 2011 offers the first test administration to begin Kentucky’s new assessment and accountability system.
  • Unbridled Learning: College- and/or Career-Ready for All replaces CATS.
  • Kentucky-Performance Rating for Educational Progress (K-PREP) replaces the KCCT.
  • The first reporting of Unbridled Learning will occur in fall 2012.
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Unbridled Learning: Next-Generation Accountability Model

  • Next Generation Learner
    • Achievement
    • Gap
    • Growth
    • College/Career Readiness
    • Graduation Rate

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  • Next Generation Instructional Programs and Support
    • Program Reviews
      • Arts/Humanities
      • Practical Living/Career Studies
      • Writing
      • Primary/World Languages
  • Next Generation Professionals
    • Teachers and Leaders
explore prep
EXPLORE PREP

16%

  • All 7th Grade Teachers will insert 2 Explore Type Questions into their instruction weekly. These can be an opening activity, test question, etc…
  • We have ordered one Explore Prep Book for each 7th grade team. You will be able to pull sample questions for your content area.
but i do not teach 7 th grade
But I do not teach 7th Grade!
  • 6th grade teachers can help prepare students by also practicing Explore type questions in their instruction twice a month.
but i do not teach 7 th grade1
But I do not teach 7th Grade!
  • 8th grade teachers do not have much of a role in the preparation of the Explore test , since the test is taken at the very beginning of the students 8th grade year.
  • However, 8th grade teachers can help by announcing the upcoming test, reviewing test format and even practicing some sample test questions at the beginning of the year.
  • After the test 8th grade teachers need to

Review the scores and complete ILP

Interventions for those who did not meet

Benchmark scores.

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K-PREP ADMINISTRATION

2011-2012 ITEM TYPES PROVIDED BY PEARSON

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K-PREP BLUEPRINT The Blueprint has dual purposes. It provides targets for test development and information to teachers as they make instructional decisions.

BLUE PRINT

Link

accountability rule for next generation learners
Accountability Rule forNext-Generation Learners
  • Students enrolled a full academic year, any 100 instructional days, shall be included in calculations for Achievement, Gap, Growth and College/Career Readiness.
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TEST WINDOW

    • Senate Bill 1 established a five-day test window in the last 14 (instructional) days of a district’s calendar.
    • Districts must set a five-day test window for each grade span (elementary and middle).
    • Five-days must be consecutive.

Assessment Window - April 24th- May 11th

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TEST SCHEDULE

    • Make-up testing is allowed during the five-day schedule and before materials are shipped a week after the close of the window.

Assessment Window - April 24th- May 11th

k prep administration
K-PREP ADMINISTRATION
  • TIME
    • The K-PREP assessments (blended NRT/CRT) are timed tests.
    • Extended time is allowed only for students with specific educational plans (IEPs, 504 Plans or PSPs).
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TIME

    • Each content area test is divided into multiple parts(i.e., one, two or three parts).
    • Each part is a separate test session.
    • Proctors must stop at the end of each part for a break.
    • Breaks may be short (i.e., stand and stretch) or long (i.e., lunch) with appropriate monitoring.
practice time test in class
PRACTICE TIME TEST IN CLASS!!!
  • Teachers it is imperative that we are practicing timed test in our classrooms!
  • Example: If students get 30 minutes on the part A reading test for 30 MC , then practice this format in your classes!
what is the difference between part b c
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PART B & C?

Notice the difference between part B & C is one short answer question. The time difference between the two is only 5 minutes. HOW MUCH TIME SHOULD STUDENTS TAKE ON EACH SHORT ANSWER? WHEN YOU PRACTICE SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS, HOW MUCH TIME ARE YOU ALLOWING?

classroom test design
CLASSROOM TEST DESIGN
  • Time Appropriately
  • Allow approx. 1 minute per multiple choice item.
  • Allow approx 3-10 minutes for each short answer.
  • Allow 10-15 minutes for each Extended Response item.
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For the spring 2012 state-required assessments are: (all documents referred to below are available at the link provided)

K-PREP Blueprints for reading, mathematics, science, social studies and on-demand writing

Link to K-PREP Sample Assessment Items (On-demand writing items are newly posted.):http://www.education.ky.gov/KDE/Administrative+Resources/Testing+and+Reporting+/District+Support/Link+to+Released+Items/Sample+Assessment+Items+for+K-PREP.htm

K-PREP Number of Items and Testing Times

test accommodation discussion
Test Accommodation Discussion
  • Regulation revisions will not require change to student IEP for the classroom, but will restrict which classroom practices may be used in testing.
  • Recommended changes include:
    • Students with Disabilities
    • remove readers on the reading test
    • prohibit prompting/cueing
    • remove calculators on non-calculator portion of tests
    • Limited English Proficient/English Learners
    • remove assistive technology and student-generated glossaries
    • prohibit prompting/cueing
amo s reading and math 2011 2012
AMO’s READING AND MATH2011-2012

Reading 86.40

Math 79.12

remember
REMEMBER

This is a new test! Right now there are more questions than answers !