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1 Accountability, Assessment, and Evaluation School Test Coordinator Training PARCC Performance Based Assessment February 2015

2 PARCC Test Coordinator Manual PARCC Accommodations Overview PARCC Elementary and Middle Test Administration Manuals REMINDERS Pre-code Rosters Yellow schedule with your time for return iLEAP/LEAP March 30 th, Professional Development Center PARCC End of Year April 27 th, Professional Development Center AGENDA PARCC Performance Based Assessment

3 Conference with parent –Not high stakes for students –May be jeopardizing student’s status for extracurricular activities or magnet enrollment –Impact on your school’s performance –Parent must sign opt out form Opt out?

4 Accessibility Pages 1 – 4 Available to all Detailed in Test Administration Manuals Examples Scratch paper Highlighter – yellow only, non-carbon-based Accommodations Pages 4 – 13 Part of a plan – IEP, IAP,ILP, PNP Details available in PARCC appendices 30 days prior to testing Accessibility & Accommodations Appendix A

5 Who can have the test read aloud ? English Language Arts? ESS, 504 Mathematics? ESS, 504, ELL, PNP Accommodations Appendix B Protocol for Human Readers

6 Accommodations Appendix E – Guidance for Selecting and Administering the Extended Time Accommodation What is extended time? Must finish that unit by the end of the day Who can have extended time ? English Language Arts? ESS, 504, ELL Mathematics? ESS, 504, ELL How does this effect your small groups?

7 EXAMPLE: Text Only/Text and Graphics Quotation marks should be read as “quote” before the text and “end quote” after the text. If the quotes surround the title of a work, do not say, “quote.” Accommodations Appendix I English Language Arts Audio Guidelines

8 EXAMPLE: Symbols Read dollars and cents if there is a decimal point. Do not read shortcuts for numbers. For instance $.25 should be read as twenty-five cents instead of a quarter. This will allow a more standardized presentation of monetary quantities. Accommodations Appendix J Mathematics Audio Guidelines

9 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qb16D43FCWQ Let it go

10 Sticky notes Highlighter Large clip Pencil or pen TA Manual with Louisiana Addendum and Appendixes Documentation for makeups Classroom Seating Chart Excessive Erasure Form Test Administrator Training

11 Page Test Administrator and Proctor Responsibilities In general, the following individuals may serve as Test Administrators… –Only personnel trained in test security… (page 1 Louisiana Addendum) Para-professionals are OK Test Administrator responsibilities: –Meet with the STC- Read the script –Reviewing manual- Actively supervise –Prepare testing environment- Accommodations –Receive and track materials Proctor responsibilities Test Administration Training Grades 3 – 5 English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics

12 PBA Unit Testing Times Page 4 and Appendix F Page 1 Louisiana Addendum –ELA/Literacy Unit 1 - March 16, 2015 –ELA/Literacy Unit 2 – March 17, 2015 –ELA/Literacy Unit 3 – March 18, 2015 –Mathematics Unit 1 – March 19, 2015 –Mathematics Unit 2 – March 20, 2015 Test Administration Training Grades 3 – 5 English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics

13 Page 5 – Make-up Testing Form Extended Time – Small Group Accommodation Form Breaks – Norm-reference, consistency Test Administration Training Grades 3 – 5 English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics

14 Page 6 Section Security Agreement Page 11 – Louisiana Addendum Page 7 & 8 - Examples of breeches and irregularities –Electronic Devices –Test Supervision –Test Materials –Test Environment – breech vs. irregularity Page 8 - Reporting Testing Breeches and Irregularities Test Administration Training Grades 3 – 5 English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics

15 Page 10 & 11 – Materials for the day of testing –Page 10 list –Calculators, rulers and protractors Page 12 & 11 – Prohibited materials Page 15 & 16 – Countdown checklist of tasks Test Administration Training Grades 3 – 5 English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics

16 Test Administration Grades 3 – 5 English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics PBA Administration Page 18 – Checklist for each testing day Page 20 – Clarifying directions Page 21 Section Student generated test item alerts Section Three minute max for mid-unit breaks Page 23 - After testing

17 Page 32 Page 36 Page 40 Page 24 Page 28 Makeups March 23 & 24 Appendix F Test Administration Grades 3 – 5 English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics Performance Based Assessments (PBA)

18 Page 32Write Monday, March 16 ELA Unit 1 Page 36 Write Tuesday, March 17 ELA Unit 2 Page 40 Write Wednesday, March 18 ELA Unit 3 Page 24 Write Thursday, March 19 Math Unit 1 Page 28 Write Friday, March 20, Math Unit 2 CLIP Pages Test Administration Grades 3 – 5 English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics Performance Based Assessments (PBA)

19 Top 5 ways to prevent breeches and irregularities 1. Read your Manual 2. Follow the script 3. Monitor – walk and check 4. Electronic Devices 5. Practice with a dry run OOPS #6 Know what and when to let go AND what and when to hold tight

20 accountability.ebrschools.org to Test Coordinators Louisiana Department of Education to Assessments PARCC Assessments- FAQ PARCC online to Accommodations Manual EBR Assessment Office or Resources


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