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  1. BAC Spring 2011 Testing Training Bullitt County Secondary Counselors’ Meeting March 24, 2010 OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  2. Encouraging Your Focus • Possible options for spring 2011 test window based on winter school closures • Same assessments for 2011 as in 2010 • New Standards and Preparation for 2012 • Field testing Kentucky Core Academic Standards (reading and mathematics) as part of KCCT test booklet OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  3. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  4. Kentucky Required Grade Level Assessments for 2010-2011 OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  5. D Data Accuracy A T A Extremely important that schools check each student’s information in the Online Data Verification System during the roster phase this spring (about 6 weeks to do this). Changes or additions to ODVS need to also be reflected in Infinite Campus. KDE will provide checklists and models and additional data spreadsheets to help districts focus on areas of concern or inconsistency. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  6. TARGETING DATA ACCURACY FOR FEDERAL ACCOUNTABILITY Focus On Each Student • District processes and checklists have been completed. ODVS= Online Data Verification System IC= Infinite Campus (state student information system) OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  7. Flowchart for Determining NCLB Accountability For Students in A1 Schools for the 2011 Kentucky Core Content Test Student scores will count in state’s NCLB accountability only START Every student enrolled on the first day of the testing window will be tested for participation rate purposes. NCLB accountability will be determined by full academic year. NO Has this student not been in any one school but has been enrolled in this district for 100 instructional days this school year? Has this student been enrolled in a school or district outside this district for 100 instructional days this school year? NO Has this student been enrolled in another school in this district for 100 instructional days this school year? Has this student been enrolled in this school for 100 instructional days this school year? NO NO YES YES YES YES Student scores will count in this school’s NCLB accountability Student scores will count in other school’s NCLB accountability Student scores will count in district’s NCLB accountability Student scores will count in another school’s or district’s NCLB accountability OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  8. Flowchart for Determining NCLB Accountability For Students in Non-A1 Situations for the 2011 Kentucky Core Content Test Was the student placed in the A3, A5, or A6 program by an A1 school’s or district’spolicy? Was the student placed in the A3, A5, or A6 program by a governmental agency, a court, or self-placed? START ------OR------ Accountable to A1 school or district where student was enrolled a full academic year YES YES Was the student enrolled in an A1 school or district for a full academic year prior to placement in non-A1? Was the student enrolled a full academic year in the A1 and non-A1 combined ? YES YES NO NO Accountable to the state OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  9. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  10. https://oaa-adc.education.ky.gov/ SDRR – Login Page Screen Resolution 1280 x 1024 IE 7 or IE 8 Compatibility Mode OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  11. K 2011 Kentucky Core Content Test C C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  12. K Responsibility Checklist C C T • Before Testing • Receive • Distribute • Inventory • During Testing • Schedule • Manuals and Scripts • Field Test • After Testing • Rosters • Shipping OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  13. K Before Testing C C T All test administrators must receive training on the Administration Code for Kentucky’s Educational Assessment Programs. Those assisting with accommodations must receive training on the Inclusion of Special Populations in the state-required assessment and accountability programs. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  14. K Receiving Materials C C T Test materials arrive by April 1 • Test materials arrive in the district packaged by school. Student labels and Accommodation kits arrive by April 7 • Student labels arrive in the district packaged by school. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  15. K Accommodation Kits Kits arrive with student labels C C No Text-Reader CDs T Braille Kit Large-Print Kit Audio CD Kit Braille/Audio CD Kit Large-Print/Audio CD Kit Form for Deafness/Hearing Impairments OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  16. K Requesting Additional Materials C C T Order online prior to 1:30 p.m. ET to be included in the day’s shipment. http://iservices.measuredprogress.org Only one order per school, per grade can be processed in a single day. Do not exchange test materials from school to school. Request additional test materials until April 26. Request additional return shipment materials by April 29. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  17. K BAC Inventory C C T • Material Summary Forms\Test Booklet Tracking Sheet (test materials) • Test Administrator’s Manual • Test Administrator’s Scripts • Reference Sheets • Return Materials • Labels Inventory materials as soon as possible. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  18. K Online Inventory Verification Form C • Inventory materials received and materials returned • Document discrepancies • Does not lock – can make changes if necessary C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  19. K C C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  20. K Shrink Wrapped Materials C Grades 5 - 11 Contain: • Student Test Booklets • Student Response Booklets • KCCT Reference Sheets (inserted) Grades 3 & 4 Contain: • Scannable Test Booklets C T Do NOT re-sort test booklets – they are spiraled to achieve random form distribution. • NOTE: Reference sheets for grades 7 and 8 KCAS field test are printed on the • inside back cover of the test booklet. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  21. K BAC Distribution C C T • Do not separate student response booklets from test booklets for grades 5 through 11. • Do not alter sequence of test booklets and materials. • Do not exchange materials with other schools, in or out of your district. • Do not destroy original boxes. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  22. K Materials Distribution C • If booklets are pre-labeled, ensure each teacher receives the appropriate booklets. • Shrink wrapped materials may be split between classrooms – DO NOT rearrange booklet order. • Do not separate response booklets from test booklets. • Distribute secure test materials to teachers on the first day of testing. C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  23. K Student Labels C C T • Correct label • Place in designated box on the scannable booklet or student response booklet. • Incorrect label • Use label as is; AND • Make corrections by editing information in ODVS. (Update Infinite Campus for future data exports.) • Students without labels • Complete ALL information in ODVS including the lithocode; AND • Bubble ALL biographic data on the scannable booklet or student response booklet. ODVS data will override any information on labels or bubbled on scannable booklets. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  24. K Student Labels C C T • Alternate Assessment labels provided by UK One KCCT label per student OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  25. K How To Avoid Data Processing Errors C C T • Do not use a labeled booklet for another student. • Do not cross out the label. • Do not bubble information on a labeled booklet. • Do not attempt to cover or remove a label. • Do not use tape, staples or blank labels. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  26. Scannable Booklets K • Front cover of the grades 5-8, 10, and 11 student response booklets • Back cover of grades 3 and 4 scannable test booklets Student label location Identifies student and links booklet to ODVS record C C Lithocode (unique identifier) Identifies form number; used to link responses from booklet to student T Void bubble OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  27. Unique Identifiers K C C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  28. Lithocode K C C T Grades 3, 10 and 11 have only one version. The fourth digit will be 0 for those grades. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  29. Lithocode K C C T In order to add a new student into ODVS after labels are printed or to enter information for a replacement book, the lithocode must be recorded. Be sure to record the lithocode before packing return materials. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  30. K During Testing C C T Scheduling Manuals and Scripts Field Test OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  31. K Six-Day Testing Schedule C C T • SB 1 mandates no more than six days of regular testing be scheduled for the 2011 KCCT. • Six-day schedule is a school schedule, not a grade by grade schedule. • Any day a regular test session is scheduled is considered a test day, no matter how long or short a session you have scheduled. You cannot count the test days as ½ day on Tuesday and another ½ day on Wednesday. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  32. K Six-Day Testing Schedule Example TESTING WINDOW: April 18-29For a 10 day window, the 6 days could be spread among those days so that testing is not scheduled for 6 consecutive days. C C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  33. K Six-Day Testing Schedule-EXAMPLE Elementary/Middle School Option C C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  34. K Six-Day Testing Schedule-EXAMPLE High School Option C C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  35. K Six-Day Testing Schedule C C T Be aware of need for accommodations as you create the school test schedule. It is important to schedule start times of sessions to allow time between sessions for extended time. The recommended time should be adequate for nearly all students. Extended time was never expected to be used for all students. It was intended only for those few who do not get finished in the general population and, of course, for those with accommodations in an IEP, 504 Plan, or PSP. Make arrangements for students who need extended time to have a place to complete the test, so that other students can go back to instructional activities. It is important that students become accustomed to timed tests because of the NRT. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  36. K TAM vs. TAS C Test Administrator’s Manual • General information for all test administrators • Used in conjunction with the Test Administrator’s Scripts Test Administrator’s Scripts • Grade specific information for test administrators • Testing times, materials required, content-area scripts (with fill in the blank sections and checkboxes) C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  37. K Example from Test Administrator’s Scripts C A/B C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  38. K C C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  39. 2 20 2 20 K A/B A/B C C 2 20 T A/B 2 20 OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  40. K Kentucky Core Academic Standards (KCAS) C C T Field test items required to match new English/language arts and mathematics standards. Reading and mathematics section at end of each test booklet (Grades 3-8) Calculator and No-calculator mathematics sections Mathematics reference sheet at Grades 7 and 8 Protractors and Angle Rulers at Grade 4 and 7 (provided by school) OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  41. Sample Short Answer Item for Reading How does the author’s choice to use non-English words increase the sense of confusion and urgency in the first conversation between Olaf and Ingrid? Use details from the passage in your answer. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  42. K General Scoring Guide C C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  43. K Short Answer Rubric C C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  44. K Six-Day Testing Schedule-EXAMPLE Elementary/Middle School Option C C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  45. K Materials Needed (Provided by school) C C T • Extra lined, plain, or graph paper (scratch) • Number 2 Pencils • Erasers • Calculators (minimal 4 function, no sharing) • Except for KCAS No Calculator Section • Rulers in centimeters and inches (as needed) • Dictionaries and thesauri (on-demand writing Part B only) • Protractors or Angle Rulers OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  46. K Measuring Items C C T Not provided by Measured Progress 1\8 inch and centimeter increments for grades 3 – 5 1\16 inch and centimeter increments for grades 6 – 8 Protractors/Angle rulers KCCT grades 7 & 8, KCAS grades 4 & 7 Use what has been used in instruction Classroom availability, not per child OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  47. K After Testing C C T 703 KAR 5:160, Section 10 Rosters are required and include: • District and school names and code numbers (header of file) • Grade • Each student’s name • Whether the student has completed a full academic year in the school, in the district or in the state • Whether the student participated in the state-required assessment OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  48. KCCT Roster K ODVS SDRR Medical Exemptions Other Exemptions Not Pre-populated C • Official Roster includes • Demographic Information • Biographic Information • Exemptions • Accountability • Two Phases • Preadministration • Administration • Pre-populated from IC C T OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  49. K SDRR & the KCCT C C T SDRR is being used only to indicate Medical or Other Exemption Requests for the Kentucky Core Content Test (KCCT). SDRR replaces paper forms that were faxed to KDE. DACs and staff with district-level access will be able to see information about all schools, while school-level users will only see their own school’s information. An exemption request is not automatically approved. OAA:DSR:2/14/2011

  50. K Information to Complete C The completed paper Medical or Other Exemption form contains all necessary information and must be kept on-file in the district. C SDRR Opens March 29 SDRR Closes May 18 T • Student identifying information • Name • SSID • Grade • Gender • DOB • School • Test Type • Exemption Type • Explanation of Medical or Other issue • Relevant dates OAA:DSR:2/14/2011