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20 10. SPRING. TRAINING MATERIALS. Training Materials Link. These training materials are available online at: www.pearsonaccess.com/fl Support tab. Writing Daily Test Administration Schedule. Reading, Mathematics, & Science Daily Test Administration Schedule.

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20

10

SPRING

TRAINING MATERIALS

training materials link
Training Materials Link

These training materials are available online at:

www.pearsonaccess.com/fl

Support tab

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Reading, Mathematics, & ScienceDaily Test Administration Schedule(continued)

Grades 8 and 11 Science

  • Districts may administer
    • Grade 8 Science on Day 3, Day 4, Day 5 OR Day 6.
    • Grade 11 Science on Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, OR Day 6.
  • This must be a DISTRICT (not a school-by-school) decision.
  • Both 55-minute sessions of Grade 8 Science, and both 65-minute sessions of Grade 11 Science must be administered in one day.

Retakes

  • Students in Grades 10-Adult participating in the RETAKE tests may be allowed to work until the end of the school day to complete the Retake test administered that day.
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What’s New for the 2010 FCAT

  • K-8 Virtual School Continuity Program/District Virtual Instruction
    • The K-8 Virtual School Program is being phased out.
    • Districts must now provide their own virtual instruction programs.
    • Processing materials for these students
      • Students enrolled in your DISTRICT virtual instruction program – package for return as all other schools in your district using your district number and school number of the student’s school of enrollment.
      • Students enrolled in the Florida K-8 Virtual School Continuity Program– package as in previous years, depending on their school of enrollment (formerly Florida Virtual Academy and Connections Academy).
  • District Assessment Coordinator, School Assessment Coordinator, and Test Administrator checklists are printed on perforated pages in the back of the manual.
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What’s New for the 2010 FCAT(continued)

  • Session 4 of Grades 3 and 4 Mathematics contains items that require a ruler.
    • Rulers should not be distributed for Session 3.
    • Rulers will be provided on perforated sheets with other test materials.
    • Grades 3 and 4 Calibration schools will not receive rulers as they are not required for their version of the test.

Do not cut the edges of the ruler!

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What’s New for the 2010 FCAT(continued)

  • Grade 4 Mathematics tests now contain gridded-response items.
    • Time allotted has changed from 60 minutes to 70 minutes per session.
  • Grade 5 Mathematics tests now include a Grade 5 Mathematics Reference Sheet as a perforated page inside the test and answer book.
  • Performance task items have been removed from all FCAT Science tests.
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What’s New for the 2010 FCAT (continued)

  • FCAT Administration Record/Security Checklist Form
    • This combined form can be used to capture all required administration information and track security numbers.
    • Forms will be pre-populated with the security numbers of test documents sent to each school and will be available for district assessment coordinators in PeasonAccess.
  • NO Answer Document Return Summary
    • Schools may request this form from their district office if they wish to use if for their own purposes.
  • Document Count Form
    • One version – the Document Count Form and Spring Retake Document Count form have been combined into one.
    • Bubbles for large print, braille, and one-item-per-page have been added.
  • District and School Assessment Coordinator Kits (formerly Materials Return Kits)
    • Clear plastic bags instead of colored vinyl folders.
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Reminders for the 2010 FCAT

  • FDOE encourages schools and districts to consider recycling manuals and other non-secure ancillary materials after scores have been reported.
  • Districts/schools are required to adhere to the daily testing schedule, unless a request for a change was made by the district and approved by the FDOE.
  • Test Administrators are required to use ALL of the allotted time in each test session and should not end a session early.
  • A student with the accommodation of extra time must complete one session before continuing to the next session.
  • If a student starts a test and leaves school without finishing (for an appointment, illness, etc.), he/she will NOT be allowed to complete the test.
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Reminders for the 2010 FCAT(continued)

  • Students may not have any electronic or recording devices at their desks, clipped to their belts, in their pockets, or anywhere they can reach them during testing, even if the devices are turned off or the students do not use them.
    • If a student is found to be in possession of ANY electronic device(s) during testing, his or her test must be invalidated in order to successfully enforce this policy.
  • Inappropriate actions by school or district personnel before, during, or after test administration may result in consequences such as test invalidations and/or loss of teaching certification.
    • Please carefully read the Test Security Policies and Procedures to ensure that you are following the correct procedures.
    • District assessment coordinators must require that school administrators, school assessment coordinators, test administrators, and proctors sign an FCAT Administration and Security Agreement.
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Reminders for the 2010 FCAT(continued)

  • Large Print, Braille, and One-Item-Per-Page
    • Students using large print materials must record their responses in the large print Writing folder, large print answer book, or large print test and answer book.
      • Test administrators should record verbal or signed responses in the large print documents provided for these students.
    • Students using braille materials must record their responses on braille paper.
      • Test administrators should record verbal or signed responses into the regular print Writing folders, answer books, answer folders, or test and answer books provided for these students.
    • Students using one-item-per-page materials must record their responses in the one-item-per-page test and answer book.
      • Test administrator should record verbal or signed responses into the regular print answer book, answer folder, or test and answer book provided for that student.
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Reminders for the 2010 FCAT(continued)

  • Forms located at www.PearsonAccess.com/fl under the Support tab
    • Comment FormsEnsure that the online comment forms are reviewed before testing and complete them after testing.
      • Test Administrator
      • School Coordinator
      • District Coordinator
    • Missing Materials Forms
    • Test Irregularities and Security Breaches Forms
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Students to be Tested

  • Writing: Grades 4, 8, and 10
  • Reading and Mathematics: Grades 3–10
  • Reading and Mathematics RETAKE Tests:
    • Grades 11–Adult students who have NOT passed the Grade 10 FCAT in Reading and/or Mathematics
    • Retained Grade 10 students with ANY Grade 10 FCAT Reading and/or Mathematics score on file
    • Certificate of Completion students
    • Students in the SECOND or THIRD year of the Three-Year Graduation Program
  • Science: Grades 5, 8, and 11
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Students to be Tested (continued)

  • Home Education Program students
    • MAY participate in the FCAT administration appropriate for their grade-level (Grades 3–10)
    • MAY take the FCAT Science test (Grade 11)
    • May NOT take the Retake test
  • McKay Scholarship Program students
    • In PRIVATE schools MAY participate
    • In PUBLIC schools MUST participate
    • May NOT take the Retake test
  • Corporate Tax Credit (CTC) Scholarship Program students
    • INDIVIDUAL students MAY participate in the FCAT appropriate for their grade-level
    • May NOT take the Retake test
  • Your District’s Virtual Instruction Program Students
    • All grades MUST participate
  • K-8 Virtual School Continuity Program students(Connections Academy and Florida Virtual Academy)
    • ALL Grades (3–8) MUST participate
  • English Language Learners (ELLs)
    • ALL ELLs are expected to participate in FCAT Reading and Writing. ELLs who meet exemption requirements (page 4 in the RMS manual) must participate in an alternate assessment.
    • ALL ELLs are expected to participate in the FCAT Mathematics and Science tests.
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Materials Allowed During Testing

* Grades 3 & 4 Calibration Schools do not require a ruler

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Elementary SchoolDocument Configuration

*MC=Multiple-Choice, GR=Gridded-Response, SR & ER=Short- and Extended-Response

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Middle SchoolDocument Configuration

*MC=Multiple-Choice, GR=Gridded-Response, SR & ER=Short- and Extended-Response

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High SchoolDocument Configuration

*MC=Multiple-Choice, GR=Gridded-Response, SR & ER=Short- and Extended-Response

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Preidentified Student Labels

  • Verify that the student is still enrolled and will be tested.
  • Verify the information on the PreID Roster against the school’s student information database.
  • Five elements MUST be correct on a student PreID label for Grades 4, 8, and 10 Writing, Grades 3-10 Reading and Mathematics, and Grades 5, 8, and 11 Science:
    • Student name
    • Student ID number
    • District number
    • School number
    • Grade level
  • Four elements MUST be correct on a student PreID label for RETAKE:
    • Student name
    • Student ID number
    • District number
    • School number
  • The PreID Roster includes the complete Social Security Number (SSN) or Florida Student Number for each preidentified student.
    • Even though the same file was used to create both the PreID rosters and the student PreID labels, only the last four digits of the SSN preceded by five Xs and followed by one X (XXXXX7884X) are printed on the labels.
    • You are NOT required to grid the missing numbers of a SSN.
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Student Grid Sheet

Registration Mark

Student Information

(must be completed by the student)

Grade Level/Content Assessed

Form Code

Security Number Area

Student Demographic Information

Student Label Area

Timing Tracks

School Use Only

DNS and UNDO bubbles

Registration Mark

sample student label
Sample Student Label
  • Affix the label in the box in the lower left corner of the student grid sheet.
  • Do not remove labels once they have been affixed.
  • Do not place a label over another label.
sample do not score dns undo bubbles
Sample DO NOT SCORE (DNS) &UNDO Bubbles

Writing Sample

Reading, Mathematics, & Science Samples

test invalidation policies and procedures
Test Invalidation Policies and Procedures
  • Purpose of test invalidation is to identify when the validity of test results has been compromised. Schools may either:
    • invalidate only after discussion with the district assessment coordinator.
    • invalidate at the school level after discussion between the school assessment coordinator and the site administrator.
  • A test MUST be invalidated if any of the following circumstances occur:
    • A student has an electronic device during testing.
    • A student is cheating during testing.
    • A student is disruptive during testing.

Situations involving possession of electronic devices, possible cheating, or disruptive behavior should be investigated and discussed with the school assessment coordinator and site administrator before a final invalidation decision is made.

test invalidation policies and procedures continued
Test Invalidation Policies and Procedures (continued)

A test MAY be invalidated if any of the following circumstances occur:

  • A student becomes ill and is unable to finish, OR a student is not allowed the correct amount of time.
  • A student was given an accommodation not allowed on the FCAT.
  • A student was given an accommodation not on the student’s IEP, Section 504 plan, or LEP plan.
  • A student was not given an allowable accommodation listed on the student’s IEP, Section 504 plan, or LEP plan.
  • An error occurs in test administration or procedures that could compromise the validity of the test results (e.g., students had access to an unauthorized visual aid that gave an unfair advantage).
defective test books
Defective Test Books
  • If a defective test book is identified before testing, give the student a replacement test book.
    • Return defective books with the NOT TO BE SCORED materials
  • If a student discovers he/she has a defective test book during testing, give the student a replacement test book with the same form code.
    • If the same form code book is not available, give the student a book with any form code, and bubble the replacement form code on the student grid sheet.
defective answer documents answer folder answer book or test and answer book
Defective Answer Documents(Answer Folder, Answer Book, or Test and Answer Book)

The DNS bubble MUST be gridded if any of the following circumstances occur:

  • The document is defective and USED.
  • A student name, student ID number, district number, school number, OR grade level (except for Retake documents) is INCORRECT on a label affixed to a USED document.
  • A student label has been placed over another student label on a USED document.

If any of the above issues happen during testing, give the student a replacement document. When the student completes the session, he/she must, under the supervision of the test administrator, transfer the exact responses from the defective document to the replacement.

defective answer documents continued answer folder answer book or test and answer book
Defective Answer Documents (continued)(Answer Folder, Answer Book, or Test and Answer Book)
  • Under the following circumstances, it is NOT necessary to grid the DNS bubble if the document has been packaged properly for return with all other NOT TO BE SCORED materials.
    • Preidentified document belongs to a student who has withdrawn before testing begins.
    • Preidentified document belongs to a student who has been absent during the entire testing window.
    • Document is defective and UNUSED.
    • Preidentified information is incorrect and the document is UNUSED.
placement of security numbers
Placement of Security Numbers

The Security Number will appear in these spaces.

administration record security checklist
Administration Record/Security Checklist

Blank version of the form (located in Appendix C of the manual)

administration record security checklist continued
Administration Record/Security Checklist (continued)

Pre-populated version of the form that can be downloaded from PearsonAccess into Excel.

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Administration Record/Security Checklist(continued)
  • Security numbers are nine-digit numbers followed by a check digit.
  • Written documentation of the number ranges must be maintained at all times during distribution and return of materials.
    • Pre-populated Administration Record/Security checklist is provided with a list of security numbers for all secure documents assigned to each school and is available for district assessment coordinators in Excel format in PearsonAccess.
    • Blank copy of the checklist is provided as a perforated page in Appendix C of the manual.
      • As directed by school coordinator, test administrator may use the pre-populated administration record/security checklist, a blank copy of the checklist, or make his/her own comprehensive record of security numbers.
      • Security number(s) of the document(s) assigned to and returned by each student should be recorded and verified at the completion of each day of testing.
      • Security numbers of secure materials not already listed MUST be added to the record with the names of the students to whom the test materials are assigned.
writing test materials school boxes
Writing Test MaterialsSchool Boxes
  • School Cover Memo
  • Packing List
  • PreID Rosters
  • PreID Labels
  • School Assessment Coordinator Kit – clear plastic bag
    • Document Count Forms
    • Paper Bands
    • Red Labels (TO BE SCORED Materials)
    • Yellow Labels (NOT TO BE SCORED Materials)
    • White Labels (Large Print, Braille, and One-Item-Per-Page Materials), if applicable
  • Planning Sheets
  • Writing Folders

SPECIAL DOCUMENTS

  • Special Document Kits (if applicable)
    • Large Print and Braille Cover Memo
    • Document Count Forms
    • Special Document Return Envelope(s)
    • Test Materials
rms test materials school boxes
RMS Test MaterialsSchool Boxes
  • School Cover Memo
  • Packing List
  • PreID Rosters
  • PreID Labels
  • School Assessment Coordinator Kit – clear plastic bag
    • Document Count Forms
    • Paper Bands
    • Blue Labels (TO BE SCORED Calibration Materials – Calibration schools only)
    • Peach Labels (TO BE SCORED – Grade 3 and Retake Materials)
    • Red Labels (Grades 4-11 TO BE SCORED Materials)
    • Yellow Labels (NOT TO BE SCORED Materials)
    • White Labels (Large Print, Braille, and One-Item-Per-Page Materials), if applicable
    • FCAT Rulers (Grades 3 and 4 only, except for Calibration schools)
  • Reading, Mathematics, and Science Test Books, Test and Answer Books, Answer Books, and Answer Folders
  • Mathematics Work Folders, if applicable
  • Reading Passage Booklets, if ordered for the Computer-based Retake
rms test materials school special document boxes
RMS Test Materials School Special Document Boxes
  • Special Document Kits (if applicable)
    • Large Print and Braille Cover Memo
    • Document Count Forms
    • Special Document Return Envelope(s)
    • Test Materials

Save the original boxes for returning large print, braille, and

one-item-per-page materials.

testing location considerations
Testing Location Considerations
  • Use classrooms whenever possible.
  • Make sure that each room is free of distractions and has
    • Comfortable seating
    • Good lighting
    • Sufficient workspace
    • Adequate ventilation and free of distractions
  • Avoid testing in a cafeteria, gymnasium, auditorium, or library whenever possible.
  • Make sure that:
    • students are not facing each other when seated at tables.
    • students are not in seating (stadium or staggered) that allows them to easily view other students’ answers.
    • there is at least three feet between students.
  • Remove or cover all visual aids on student desks or displayed in the room, such as posters showing mathematical and scientific concepts.
supervise test administration
Supervise Test Administration
  • During testing, ensure that students:
    • clear their desks of all materials except the appropriate test materials.
    • use only No. 2 pencils (mechanical pencils, ink pens, highlighters, crayons, colored pencils, markers, correction fluid, etc., are NOT permitted).
    • do not have books, notes, scratch paper, or electronic devices of any kind even if they do not use them.
    • do not talk or make any disturbance.
    • work independently.
    • work in the correct session and record their answers in the appropriate area.
  • Do NOT:
    • talk with students about test items.
    • help students with their answers.
    • check through books.
    • return books to students after they have been collected.
    • discuss test items or answers with students even after all test materials have been returned and testing has been completed.
test administrator steps for returning test materials to school assessment coordinator
Test Administrator Steps for Returning Test Materials to School Assessment Coordinator
  • Verify that you have collected all required administration information.
  • Verify that your Security Log has been completed correctly.
  • Remove any stray Writing planning sheets or Mathematics (Grade 5-AD) and Science (Grades 8 and 11) reference sheets/periodic tables and return them to the school assessment coordinator.
  • Check student grid sheets to ensure the following:
    • No stray marks are on the preidentified/security number area or the registration marks.
    • No stray marks or writing appear outside designated areas.
    • Student has completed the required information (student name, school name, and district name) in the upper LEFT corner.
    • DNS and UNDO bubbles are accurate.
  • Group materials using the cover sheets in Appendix C of the manual.
  • Return all materials to the school assessment coordinator.
  • Complete the online Test Administrator Comment Form at www.PearsonAccess.comunder the Support tab.
school assessment coordinator prepare test materials for return to district assessment coordinator
School Assessment CoordinatorPrepare Test Materials for Return to District Assessment Coordinator
  • Verify that all distributed secure materials have been returned.
  • Check for and remove all stray reference sheets/periodic tables from test documents.
  • Make copies of and file the following:
    • records of required administration information collected by test administrators
    • all Security Logs
  • Verify DNS and UNDO bubbles.
  • User cover sheets and separate test materials into stacks in the following order:
    • Your School’s TO BE SCORED Documents (by grade level/document type)
    • Home Education Program TO BE SCORED Documents
    • McKay Scholarship Program TO BE SCORED Documents
    • Corporate Tax Credit Scholarship Program TO BE SCORED Documents
    • Your District’s Virtual Instruction Program TO BE SCORED Documents
    • Florida K-8 Virtual School Continuity Program TO BE SCORED Documents
      • Formerly Connections Academy (78/0700)—all grade levels tested
      • Formerly Florida Virtual Academy (79/0801)—all grade levels tested
    • All NOT TO BE SCORED Materials
prepare your school s to be scored documents for return
Prepare Your School’s TO BE SCORED Documents for Return
  • Complete a separate Document Count Form for each document type/grade level.
    • Verify that you have included all documents from make-up sessions before you complete each form.
    • Do not combine documents for more than one grade level and document type.
    • Do not copy blank document count forms. If you need additional forms, contact your district assessment coordinator.
  • Place each completed Document Count Form on top of the first stack of corresponding TO BE SCORED answer documents.
  • Complete and secure Paper Bands.
    • Do not use staples, paper clips, or tape to seal the bands.
prepare home education program to be scored documents for return
Prepare Home Education Program TO BE SCORED Documents for Return
  • Complete a Document Count Form for each grade level/document type.
    • Verify that you have included all documents from make-up sessions before you complete each form.
    • Do not combine documents for more than one grade level and document type. Do not copy blank count forms. If you need additional forms, contact your district assessment coordinator.
    • In the space labeled School Name, write Home Education Program.
    • In the space labeled District Number, write your district number and, in the box labeled School Number, write 9998.
  • Place each completed Document Count Form on top of the appropriate stack of TO BE SCORED Home Education Program documents.
  • Complete and secure Paper Bands.
    • Do not use staples, paper clips, or tape to seal the bands.
prepare mckay scholarship program to be scored documents for return private school students only
Prepare McKay Scholarship Program TO BE SCORED Documents for Return(Private School Students Only)
  • Complete a Document Count Form for each grade level/document type.
    • Verify that you have included all documents from make-up sessions before you complete each form.
    • Do not combine documents for more than one grade level and document type. Do not copy blank count forms. If you need additional forms, contact your district assessment coordinator.
    • In the space labeled School Name, write McKay Scholarship Program.
    • In the space labeled District Number, write your district number and, in the box labeled School Number, write 3518.
  • Place each completed Document Count Form on top of the appropriate stack of TO BE SCORED McKay Scholarship Program documents
  • Complete and secure Paper Bands.
    • Do not use staples, paper clips, or tape to seal the bands.
prepare corporate tax credit scholarship program to be scored documents for return
Prepare Corporate Tax Credit Scholarship Program TO BE SCORED Documents for Return
  • Complete a Document Count Form for each grade level/document type.
    • Verify that you have included all documents from make-up sessions before you complete each form.
    • Do not combine documents for more than one grade level and document type. Do not copy blank count forms. If you need additional forms, contact your district assessment coordinator.
    • In the space labeled District Name write CTC and in the space labeled School Name, write CTC.
    • In the space labeled District Number, write district number 97 and, in the box labeled School Number, write 9999.
  • Place each completed Document Count Form on top of the appropriate stack of CTC Scholarship Program TO BE SCORED documents.
  • Complete and secure Paper Bands.
    • Do not use staples, paper clips, or tape to seal the bands.
prepare virtual school to be scored documents for return
Prepare Virtual School TO BE SCORED Documents for Return
  • Your District’s Virtual Instruction Program
    • Materials for these students should be packaged for return using YOUR district number and school number of the student’s school of enrollment.
    • Complete Document Forms for these TO BE SCORED documents.
  • Florida Virtual School Continuity Program (formerly Connections Academy and Florida Virtual Academy)
    • Materials for these students should be packaged as in previous years, depending on their school of enrollment.
    • Place all TO BE SCORED answer documents for Connections Academy in the envelope marked Florida Virtual School Continuity Program (Formerly Connections Academy) and seal it.
    • Place all TO BE SCORED answer documents for Florida Virtual Academy in the envelope marked Florida Virtual School Continuity Program (Formerly Florida Virtual Academy) and seal it.
package writing test materials
Package Writing Test Materials
  • Package TO BE SCORED Answer Documents: Red Labels

(2010 Writing Manual: Page 42, Steps 1–4)

  • Package NOT TO BE SCORED Materials: YellowLabels

(2010 Writing Manual: Page 44, Steps 1–4)

  • Package ALL Large Print and Braille Materials: WHITE Labels

(2010 Writing Manual: Page 62, Steps 12-15)

  • Package District Coordinator ONLY Boxes

(2010 Writing Manual: Page 44, Steps 1–4)

package reading mathematics and science test materials
Package Reading, Mathematics, and Science Test Materials
  • Package Calibration TO BE SCORED Answer Documents: BlueLabels

(2010 RMS Manual: Page 241-242, Steps 1-5)

  • Package Grade 3 and Retake TO BE SCORED Answer Documents: PEACHLabels

(2010 RMS Manual: Pages 242, Steps 1-5)

  • Package Grades 4 –11 TO BE SCORED Reading and Mathematics Answer Documents: Red Labels

(2010 RMS Manual: Page 243, Steps 1-5)

  • Package All Special Document Materials: White Labels

(2010 RMS Manual: Pages 286, Steps 12-15)

  • Package NOT TO BE SCORED Materials: YellowLabels

(2010 RMS Manual: Page 245, Steps 1-4)

  • Package District Coordinator ONLY Boxes

(2010 RMS Manual: Page 245, Steps 1-4)

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Large Print (LP), Braille (BR) andOne-Item-Per-Page (OIPP)Instructions for Completing Student Grid Sheets

IMPORTANT DISTINCTION:

  • For LP users, the student grid sheet on the front cover of the large print answer document must be completed.
  • For BR and OIPP users, the student grid sheet of the regular print answer document must be completed and included in each student's return envelope.

Complete each student’s grid sheet in one of the following ways:

    • Affix the student’s verified PreID label in the lower left corner of the grid sheet in the box that reads Place STUDENT LABEL here.
    • If the student does not have a label, grid the student information with a No. 2 pencil.

For information about gridding non-preidentified documents, refer to the Script for Gridding a Non-Preidentified Student Grid Sheet on pages 224-225 of the manual.

lp and br record student responses for writing
LP and BR Record Student Responses for Writing
  • Students using large print materials will record their responses directly in the large print Writing folders.
    • If a student provides verbal or signed responses, the test administrator MUST record the student’s responses directly in the large print Writing folder.
    • Do not use a regular print folder.
  • Students who use braille materials will record their responses on braille paper.
    • Contractor will transcribe the student’s response from the braille paper into the regular print Writing folder.
    • If a student provides a verbal or signed response, the test administrator MUST record the student’s response in the regular Writing folder.

If a student is using multiple learning media (e.g., a student uses braille materials and records his or her response in a large print Writing folder), make sure that the student’s complete response is in ONE answer document type.

lp br and oipp record student responses for rms
LP, BR, and OIPPRecord Student Responses for RMS
  • Students using large print materials will record their responses directly in the large print answer book or large print test and answer book.
    • If a student provides verbal or signed responses, the test administrator MUST record the student’s responses directly in the large print book.
    • Do not use a regular print answer document.
  • Students who use braille materials will record their responses on braille paper.
    • Contractor will transcribe the student’s responses from the braille paper into the regular print answer book, answer folder, or test and answer book.
    • If a student provides verbal or signed responses, the test administrator MUST record the student’s responses in the regular print document.
  • Students who use OIPP materials will record their responses in the OIPP test and answer book.
    • School/district staff MUST transcribe the student’s responses from the OIPP book into the regular print answer book, answer folder, or test and answer book.

If a student is using multiple learning media (e.g., a student uses braille materials and records his or her responses in a large print answer document), make sure that ALL of the student’s responses are in ONE answer document type.

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School Assessment CoordinatorSteps for Returning LP, BR, and OIPP to the District Assessment Coordinator
  • Verify the return of all secure materials.
  • Make copies of and file the following:
    • the records of required administration information collected by test administrators
    • all Security Logs
  • Open each Special Document Return Envelope and verify that each envelope contains documents for one student only.
  • Verify that each student grid sheet has been completed correctly or has a PreID label affixed.
  • Verify DNS and UNDO bubbles.
  • For each student, complete a Document Count Form for each grade level/document type.
  • Verify the completed information on the outside of each student envelope and seal the envelope.
  • Place all TO BE SCORED and NOT TO BE SCORED materials into the boxes in which they arrived.
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Package LP, BR, and OIPPTest Materials
  • Package LP, BR, and OIPP TO BE SCORED Answer Documents: WhiteLabels

(2010 RMS Manual: Page 286, Steps 12-15)