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Extended Subject Area Assessments (XSAA). Fall Conference 2005. What are the Extended Subject Area Assessments (XSAA)?. Extended Reading Extended Writing Extended Mathematics Extended Science. Who is Assessed with XSAA?.

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    1. Extended Subject Area Assessments (XSAA) Fall Conference 2005

    2. What are the Extended Subject Area Assessments (XSAA)? • Extended Reading • Extended Writing • Extended Mathematics • Extended Science

    3. Who is Assessed with XSAA? • Students with IEPs identified by team members as unable to take the General Assessment even with accommodations • Students with IEPs who will be assessed via alternate achievement standards

    4. What is new this year? • Different (Separate) grade level assessments • Grade 3 - 5 assessment with decision points for skill level • Grade 6 - 8 assessment with decision points for skill level

    5. Trainings: Qualified TrainersQualified Assessors

    6. What is the difference? • Qualified Assessor • Qualified Trainer

    7. A Qualified Assessor: • Administersassessment in a standardized manner, • Scores student responses fairly and reliably, • Delivers scores to the online data collection system • Reviewsthe individual student report • Interpretsresults for student, family, and educational team

    8. A Qualified Trainer: • Administers assessment in a standardized manner, • Scores student responses fairly and reliably, • Delivers scores to the online data collection system • Reviews the individual student report • Interprets results for student, family, and educational team • Local “point” person • Provides training and coaching for assessors and trainers • Supports both extended assessment formats • Awards “assessor” certificates

    9. Develop Awareness Walk through web resources Show video to teachers and families Describe extended assessments and provide examples Provide Knowledge Makes resources available Demonstrates how to use resources Answers questions Provides encouragement Encourage practice for reliability and fair student evaluation Internet training Practice with student administration Support Experience Answer questions Help solve technical problems Facilitate using the Internet and obtaining needed materials Award Assessor Certificates Training New Assessor Protégé’s: What QTs do to prepare QAs

    10. Before awarding a certificate to your protégé…

    11. Your protégé should: • Complete the exercises on the training website AND • Take qualifying exercises and quizzes Already qualified assessors should review website for new tasks and refresh annually

    12. Following Website Training • Have protégé administer assessment(s) to a student • Provide materials (or show where to get them) • Answer questions, offer support

    13. Review results and provide feedback • One-on-one or in a small group • Discuss scoring questions and go over corrections • Have protégé fix errors and produce an accurate score

    14. Training New Assessors: What QAs do to Become QTs • Provide training to a new assessor---use training website • Have new assessor administer practice assessments to a student • Review administration and scoring with new assessor (marking correct scoring in green highlighter and errors in pink highlighter) • Send in results to PSU or to the UO

    15. Materials to ship: • ID: Your identifying information (name, address, phone, email, etc.) • CERTIFICATE: Copy of your assessor certificate • PROTEGE’S MATERIALS: Copy of your protégé’s scoring protocols with your feedback and comments • Use training website and 2004 materials posted on website • Keep a copy of the materials you ship • Send an email notifying contact person (PSU or UO) that you are sending your materials

    16. What if I don’t have an Assessor Certificate to send? If you don’t have an Assessor Certificate you may substitute a completed practice assessment you administered to a student

    17. Send XSAA materials to: ATTN: Raina Megert 5262 University of Oregon 241 Education Behavioral Research & Teaching Eugene, OR 97401-5262 rainam@darkwing.uoregon.edu

    18. Extended Assessment Electronic Resources • Internet: ODE Public Website http://ode.state.or.us • Internet: Secure District Website http://district.ode.state.or.us/apps/login Materials Download. BRT http://brt.uoregon.edu/exrwms_assess

    19. Using the Internet ODE and BRT links