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1 Heat Mapping Student Testing Processes Tom Story

2 Introduction  Teacher for 14 years in MPS  Web Designer since 2007  Technology Interests in Testing

3 ADHD Slide  Tracking Mouse Movement   Teacher name is iud78zmi  Go Play. We’ll catch up to later!

4 Online Standardized Testing History  2005 – Student quizzes were online  2009 – Student online testing for Houghton Mifflin Reading series  2011 – MAPS online  2014 – CCSS/ Smarter Balanced / PARCC

5 Teacher Accountability  It started out as online tests as tools to assess students and find areas for teachers to target in their classrooms.  Now - In year 1 of EEP, school reading comprehension score account for 5% of of review, and will dramatically increase after.

6 Website Marketing  Heat Maps  Analytics Images  Clicks/Flow  19 Tips We Learned From Heat Tracking 19 Tips We Learned From Heat Tracking  Study on F Pattern Reading Study on F Pattern Reading

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8 Online Reading Patterns  F- Shape patterns  Books are read different than online materials  Sitting and posture on computer

9 Test Technologies  Smarter Balanced Example  PARCC Examples

10 Smarter Balanced Practice Test

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12 Test Practice PARCC

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14 Heat Mapping  Used in many different places. A visual tool to get an idea of how things move or are being used

15 Heat Mapping Test Practice ReadHeat.com  Algorithm of time where mouse is spent and is flowing to  Timer is added to output to show how long student spent  Both Text and Questions  Can be anonymous  sent to teacher

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17 JA - Low

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19 JF-High

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21 Student Accountability  Students initially are just logging into a test practice  Once students catch on they are being watched, they spend more time.  Once they see heat map and the expectation, they spend more time on reading text.

22 Student Findings  Who is this really for?  Reluctant readers – high and low  Low students that seem to be rushing through testing

23 Testing Video

24 ADHD Follow up  Let’s Try this

25 Contact 


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