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JUNE 17 – JUNE 25 2014.  DAY SCORING ONLY - U.S. HISTORY - GEOMETRY  DAY & PER SESSION SCORING - LIVING ENVIRONMENT - ALGEBRA 2/TRIG - EARTH SCIENCE.

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Presentation on theme: "JUNE 17 – JUNE 25 2014.  DAY SCORING ONLY - U.S. HISTORY - GEOMETRY  DAY & PER SESSION SCORING - LIVING ENVIRONMENT - ALGEBRA 2/TRIG - EARTH SCIENCE."— Presentation transcript:

1 JUNE 17 – JUNE

2  DAY SCORING ONLY - U.S. HISTORY - GEOMETRY  DAY & PER SESSION SCORING - LIVING ENVIRONMENT - ALGEBRA 2/TRIG - EARTH SCIENCE - PHYSICS - CHEMISTRY

3  PER SESSION SCORING - GLOBAL HISTORY - ENGLISH - INTEGRATED ALGEBRA JUNE 19 & :00pm – 9:00pm JUNE 21 – :30am – 4:30pm JUNE 23 – :00pm – 8:00pm

4  PETRIDES -- GEOMETRY, INTEG. ALG. ALGEBRA 2/TRIG & ENGLISH  NEW DORP -- GLOBAL HISTORY, U.S. HISTORY,  CURTIS -- EARTH SCIENCE & LIV.ENV.  PORT RICHMOND – PHYSICS & CHEM.

5  Arrive in the Auditorium  Morning exam – 8:30am  Afternoon exam – 12:30pm  Sign NYSED Deputy & Proctor Certificate  Fill in the exam being proctored  Fill in the exam room number

6  Familiarize yourself with the directions  Wait in Auditorium for exam specific instruction  Immediately go to the assigned classroom

7  Set up the exam room - space the chairs - open windows - erase irrelevant information on the boards - post the start/stop time & current time  NEVER let the exam package out of you possession

8 IN THE REGENTS ROOM:  Be sure to complete the seating chart  Make each student sign the attendance sheet  Check students’ IDs  Confirm name of student when distributing student answer documents  Only approved materials on students desks  Be sure that students sign the declaration (pen or pencil is acceptable)  Place student label in the upper left corner of the each student’s answer booklet (if directed)

9 NEW - Regent Proctoring Checklist Lists 4 statements for the “Opening Proctor” and Lists 4 statements for the “Closing Proctor” – Make a check next to each statement indicating that you have followed the directions & sign in both places – Place “Checklist” on the top of the pile of exams and return with the exam envelope

10 MANDATORY Read the NYSED Communications Devices Policy to the students verbatim - Prior to the start of the exam - Late comers  Students are prohibited from bringing electronic devices into the testing room.  If the device is determined to be prohibited “…, the student’s test must be invalidated.”

11 Such devices include, but are not limited to:  Cell phones  Blackberry devices and other PDAs  iPods and MP3 players  iPads, tablets, and other eReaders  Laptops, notebooks, or any other personal computing devices  Cameras or other photographic equipment  Headphones, headsets, or in-ear headphones such as earbuds, and  Any other device capable of recording audio, photographic, or video content, or capable of viewing or playing back such content

12 WAGNER’S PLAN - PA announcement - Phone message to parents - Posters in the Hallways - Policy posted on Wagner Website - Notice at the bottom of Students’ Regents Notification Letters - Class Teachers - Collect electronics in Falcon’s Nest

13 IF AN ELECTRONIC DEVICE IS FOUND - The student must give it to you immediately - Immediately call the Dean’s Office (x1713) - Student must be permitted to complete the exam – to permit for due process - After the exam – complete a statement and bring it directly to the Principal’s Office

14  DO NOT - Engage in conversations - Read - Use your cell phone or other electronic devices - Do paperwork - Listen to music

15  DO Watch the students at all times Walk around the room Be sure that all papers are checked before releasing a student Organize the papers as directed before returning the Regents room envelope Wait patiently when submitting the Regent room envelope

16 WORK DAY = 6 HOURS 50 MINUTES  EARLY 8:25AM – 3:15PM  LATE 10:20AM – 5:15PM  VERY LATE 12:00 NOON – 6:50PM

17  Proctoring – Report to Auditorium at 8:30am or 12:30pm  Bridge Reserve – Report to Program Office at 12 noon  Reserve - Report to Auditorium at 8:30am or 12:30pm (stay in Auditorium until 10:15am or 2:15pm)  Relief  10:30am to 11:15am -- pick up at 8:30am in Aud.  2:30pm to 3:15pm – pick up at 12:30pm in Aud.

18  Resource Room, ISS and ESL students get extended time  Regents exams MUST start promptly at 9:15am or 1:15pm  Regents exams MUST end at 12:15pm or 4:15pm (unless RR, ISS or ESL room)  ELL students are allowed word-to-word translations only

19  Conflict Room - Regents Exams should be given before an RCT - DO NOT release students until they complete all exams  Students must be escorted to the bathrooms by hall proctors  Students are allowed to enter  Morning exam – 10:00am  Afternoon exam – 2:00pm  Students must not be released until  Morning exam – 10:30am to 10:45am  Afternoon exam – 2:30pm to 2:45pm

20  ENGLISH REGENTS – take your break when teacher does the listening passage  FOREIGN LANG REGENTS – stay during the listening passage; a relief proctor is assigned at 10:30am – 11:15am  RCT MATH & RCT SCIENCE – no relief proctor

21  PLEASE BE SURE THAT YOU HAVE REVIEWED: NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TEST ADMINISTRATION HANDBOOK: HIGH SCHOOLS 2013 – 2014 NYSED DIRECTIONS FOR ADMINISTERING REGENTS EXAMS – JUNE 2014


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