Presentation on theme: "Annual Progress in Learning English Site Coordinator Responsibilities (R & E) CELDT Administration Training (ELL) Research & Evaluation English Language."— Presentation transcript:
Annual Progress in Learning English Site Coordinator Responsibilities (R & E) CELDT Administration Training (ELL) Research & Evaluation English Language Learner Services August 18 & 19, 2009
AMAO 3 - Percent of ELs Making Adequate Yearly Progress on the CST- MATH AMAO 3 shows the percent of ELs in the District who met the annual growth target on the CST.
May 18 and 19, 2009 Gay Barney, District CELDT Coordinator Research & Evaluation SiteCoordinatorResponsibilities Site Coordinator Responsibilities
Important Upcoming Dates Test Forms & Distribution Demographic pages Test Security CELDT Process Flow Packing and Returning Materials Group Identification Sheet School/Group List
9/4-Primary Language entry cutoff date for pre-id labels 9/24-Initials complete for students enrolled first day of school 9/28-Pre-id labels distributed to school sites 10/30-Annual window closes 11/2,3,4-scorable CELDT return schedule
Form (previously known as version) Form 3 distributed to BCSD K/1 has 2 separate consumable student books Listening/Speaking Reading/Writing
If a pre-id label is used, the following bubbles will need to be filled in: Form (Field F) Date testing completed (Field 11) Test variations (Field 22, if necessary) Test irregularities (Field 18, if directed, direction can only be given by Gay Barney, ext. 14819)
Test Security Agreement Anyone who is responsible for securing or has access to the test materials Test Security Affidavit Examiners and Proctors who have received training District Coordinator collects and keeps on file for 12 months Must be signed on an annual basis
CELDT District Coordinator forwards school boxes to sites CDC orders and distributes additional materials as needed by sites Site tests students Site coordinator checks completed student books Site coordinator completes GIS/SGL and packages tests into envelopes and then into saved CELDT boxes
Site coordinator brings completed booklets to Research and Evaluation on scheduled date (Nov. 2-4) CDC ships tests for scoring
Separate by grade K/1: package listening/speaking separately from reading/ writing 1 Group Identification Sheet (GIS) for each grade group 1 School Group List (SGL) for each school listing all GIS Each grade listed once except for K-1 this year
Fill in correct grade level (alpha) Fill in number of students – verify counts against the school group list Fill in grade (numeric)
Fill in the DISTRICT coordinator contact information, Gay Barney, 661-631-4819 Fill in the grade sections and number tested List K-1 groups separately with the domains of the books in the comments field
Q: Why do we save the boxes ? A: These boxes must be used to bring your scorable materials to the district for shipping.