2014 CRT Training for Test Coordinators. Highlights, Reminders, and Heads-ups. Essential Question. How do we administer the Nevada CRTs to all eligible students in a standardized way and with integrity?. Test Scheduling. Nevada Testing Calendar for the 2013-2014 School Year
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Highlights, Reminders, and Heads-ups
How do we administer the Nevada CRTs to all eligible students in a standardized way and with integrity?
Test Coordinator’s Manual (TCM) & Test Administrator’s Manual (TAM), Procedures for the Nevada Proficiency Examination Program, 2013-2014 (CRT Section) in their entirety.
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“The Department strongly recommends that students take only one part (i.e. Part 1 or Part 2) of a content area test per day.”
This is NOT a mandate; however, this practice can be of benefit to students, though it could potentially impact six full school days (5th Grade).
1. Schedule Part 1 one day and Part 2 another day or later that same day.
2. Schedule Parts 1 and 2 to run consecutively and uninterrupted with students taking restroom breaks very sparingly as needed (most often used for 5th and 8th grade science tests).
• Well before your testing window, read pages 8-12 in the WCSD Primer for Testing and discuss the information with all staff working with special needs students, especially the following:
Please work collaboratively and observe all check in/check out procedures when transferring materials to an off-site location.
Please work collaboratively and observe all check in/check out procedures when transferring test materials to off-site locations.
Disclosure of test content is strictly prohibited by state law.