Presentation on theme: "FUSD Local Assessment System for Elementary Schools 2010-11 Ben Atitya, Administrative Analyst, 457-3824 Carlos Ramirez, Technical Assistant, 457-3852."— Presentation transcript:
FUSD Local Assessment System for Elementary Schools 2010-11 Ben Atitya, Administrative Analyst, 457-3824 Carlos Ramirez, Technical Assistant, 457-3852 Gloria Alamillo, Computer User Systems Tech, 457-3719 Jim Bertram, Testing Technician, 457-3987
AGENDA Welcome and Introductions FUSD Local Assessments GLAS Procedures Ordering Materials Packaging Delivery and Pick-up Scanning and Scoring What’s New? FYI
Taught Curriculum Written Curriculum Assessed Curriculum Aligned Instructional System
LOCAL ASSESSMENT SYSTEM Purposes Measure student learning on the assessed standards; Allow teachers to reflect on their teaching of assessed standards; Enable teachers to target students for appropriate instructional interventions; Provide overall results in a manner similar to CST/CELDT results.
ORDERING MATERIALS REA orders test materials two weeks before the testing window REA needs a list of GRADES 1 AND 2 bilingual Spanish classrooms. Please email school name and room number to Carlos Ramirez (firstname.lastname@example.org) For additional materials, please complete the GLAS material request form online at http://rea.fresnounified.org/GLASRequest.cfm
PACKAGING Test materials are packaged in this manner: Test Coordinator package Classroom package Open boxes in numerical order to check contents.
PACKAGING Test Coordinator’s package contains An inventory sheet Box labels for returning material Copies of class rosters Extra administration guidelines Extra grade 1 ELA & Math scripts Extra SIS forms (10) Blank answer sheets (20 per subject) Extra test booklets (5 per grade)
PACKAGING Classroom packages contain an inventory sheet administration guide 1 st grade, ELA & Math scripts a class roster pre-identified answer sheets, and test booklets for the class
GLAS MATERIAL DELIVERY Deliveries are usually made on the Wednesday BEFORE the testing window Materials will be delivered to the MAIN OFFICE ONLY Print name on Delivery sheet
GLAS MATERIAL PICKUP Pickups are usually made on the Tuesday AFTER the testing window PLACE MATERIALS IN THE MAIN OFFICE BEFORE TIME OF PICKUP (REFER TO ASSIGNED TIME) If materials are not in the MAIN OFFICE at time of pick up, driver is instructed to leave. Print your name on Pickup sheet
SCANNING AND SCORING Scorable Materials and Non-scorable materials must be packaged… … separately.
Grade 1 Booklets Grades 3-6 Answer Sheets Hand bubbled Answer Sheets Grade 2 Booklets Grade 1 Booklets Grades 3-6 Answer Sheets Hand bubbled Answer Sheets Hand-bubbled Grade 1 Books Make sure this material is in Box 1 of ___. Grade 2 Booklets CLASS ROSTERS AND ABSENT ANSWER SHEETS Math Scorable boxes ELA Scorable boxes Scorable Material Class rosters and answer sheets marked absent should be at the top of box 1 (SIS marked absent can be discarded. DO NOT insert an absent form in the grades 1 and 2 booklets). Hand-bubble a blank SIS or answer sheet for students not listed on the rosters. Hand-bubble a blank SIS or answer sheet and destroy the pre-printed form for students that need to have their pre- printed form changed. Verify that ALL HAND-BUBBLED FORMS are marked completely and correctly. CLASS ROSTERS AND ABSENT ANSWER SHEETS Hand-bubbled Grade 2 Books Hand-bubbled Grade 1 Books Hand-bubbled Grade 2 Books Make sure this material is in Box 1 of ___.
SCANNING AND SCORING NON-Scorable Materials Include all Administration Guidelines Enclose all unused BLANK answer sheets Return ALL test booklets by grade level Use provided return labels to mark the boxes separately by Math and ELA
SCANNING AND SCORING Scanning Efficiency Grades 1 and 2 Box test booklets by subject and grade INSERT SIS AFTER THE COVER, FACE UP Remove extra scratch paper from math booklets ELA/Math answer sheets cannot be used as a slip sheet On hand-bubbled SIS, make sure to fill in student’s name, id, grade, birthdate, and test period
SCANNING AND SCORING Scanning Efficiency Grades 3-6 Answer Sheets Stack by subject DO NOT insert class rosters or teacher inventory sheets No Post-it notes (if you need to use a Post-it, please put those answer sheets on top of stack) Have teachers make sure no answer sheets are left in test booklets
SCANNING AND SCORING Scoring Timeline Following the “Scanning Efficiency” steps at the site results in same day scoring and equals next day reporting for grades 3-6. Grades 1-2 booklets will take one to three days to process
New for 2010-11 2010-11 Test Calendar 2010-11 Test Calendar 20010-11 Local Assessment Processing Calendar 20010-11 Local Assessment Processing Calendar GLAS and ELDA Test Numbers Instruction: Packaging Scorable Materials http://go/glas sharepoint site http://go/glas GLAS Reports/EL Reports GLAS Reports/EL Reports GLAS Math Revised MatrixRevised Matrix GLAS ELA Revised MatrixRevised Matrix AFS online AFS online Revised ELDA scanner form Writing Sample – Data Entry Screen Writing Sample – Data Entry Screen
FYI District Writing Sample: Call ELA Office (457-3697) for prompt KAIG: Call ELA Office (457-3697) for Administration Handbook For additional materials, use online KAIG material request http://rea.fresnounified.org/KAIGRequest.cfm http://rea.fresnounified.org/KAIGRequest.cfm ELDA: For additional test materials, use online ELDA material request http://rea.fresnounified.org/ELDARequest.cfm http://rea.fresnounified.org/ELDARequest.cfm Call Shaeng Vue (457-3829) for packaging questions GLAS: For additional test materials, use online GLAS material request http://rea.fresnounified.org/GLASRequest.cfm http://rea.fresnounified.org/GLASRequest.cfm Questions about delivery and pick-up, call Jim Bertram (457-3987) Questions about packaging, call Gloria Alamillo (457-3719) Questions about scanning, call Carlos (457-3852) or Jim (457-3987) Other questions call Ben Atitya (457-3824)