slide1 n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
SLIP Winter Conference Crowne Plaza Hotel Lansing January 24, 2014 PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
SLIP Winter Conference Crowne Plaza Hotel Lansing January 24, 2014

play fullscreen
1 / 16
Download Presentation

SLIP Winter Conference Crowne Plaza Hotel Lansing January 24, 2014 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

konane
186 Views
Download Presentation

SLIP Winter Conference Crowne Plaza Hotel Lansing January 24, 2014

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. SLIP Winter Conference Crowne Plaza Hotel Lansing January 24, 2014 Joanne Winkelman, Office of Special Education Linda Howley, Office of Standards and Assessment Division of Accountability Services

  2. Agenda • IEP Assessment Pages • Social Studies Field Test • Dynamic Learning Maps • Professional Development • Video Contributions Needed • DLM Field Test Schedule • Required Videos in ELA and Mathematics • Data Manager Webinar

  3. Assessment Pages on the Current Model IEP Form • Currently, the state model IEP form contains five pages dedicated to statewide and district-wide assessments. The Michigan Department of Education is in the process of instituting multiple changes to all state-wide assessments which will result in changes to the current assessment pages in the state model IEP form. • Instead of five pages listing all of the assessment choices, the Office of Special Education will replace those pages with the following IEP requirements:

  4. Replacement Language • The IEP must address the assessmentaccommodations that are necessary to measure the academic achievement and functional performance of the student on state and district-wide assessments, and • If the IEP Team determines that the student must take an alternate assessment instead of a particular regular state or district-wide assessment of student achievement, • A statement of why the student cannot participate in the regular assessment and • List the particular alternate assessment selected for the student.

  5. For example . . . If the IEP Team determines the student will take the general education assessment, • It is not necessary to state the name of the general assessment in the IEP, although it’s fine to do so. However, • The accommodationsmust be specified in the IEP, by content area.

  6. For example . . . If the IEP Team determines the student will take an alternate assessment, the IEP must include: • A statement of why the student cannot participate in the general education assessment and • The name of the alternate assessment(s) selected for the student and • The specific assessmentaccommodations required by the student.

  7. Not sure what ELA or mathematics alternate assessment to put on an IEP? • Pick one • MI-Access Participation • MI-Access Supported • MI-Access Functional • Add • Or Dynamic Learning Maps if available

  8. Dynamic Learning Maps Update

  9. Professional Development for Dynamic Learning Maps • Two ways to obtain professional development • Self-directed modules • 14,750 self-directed modules have been completed to date • http://dynamiclearningmaps.org/unc/modules.html • Facilitated modules • http://dynamiclearningmaps.org/unc/facilitated/index.html

  10. Video Contributions Needed • Dr. Karen Erickson is looking for videos of quality lessons and assessment sessions in all instructional settings related to ELA or mathematics. • Would also like videos of teachers and students as they engage in the upcoming field test events. • Videos can be of any length. • If interested, see Media Release handout on how to contact her at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

  11. Dynamic Learning Maps Field Tests • Field Test 1: February 10-21, 2014 • Field Test 2: March 17-April 1, 2014 • Field Test 3: May 1 to end of school year, 2014

  12. Videos • These videos are required for teachers who will participate in any of the Field Tests • Videos give an explanation of the different levels embedded in the test • Show released test items

  13. Getting Started for Field Tests • Webinar scheduled next week to assist data managers in uploading files • David Treder, Genesee ISD will provide a brief overview of how to load data successfully • Data managers will be notified by email

  14. Contact Information DLM Related Questions: Joanne Winkelman winkelmanj@michigan.gov Social Studies Pilot:John Jaquith Jaquithj@michigan.gov Assessment Accessibility: Linda Howley HowleyL@michigan.gov