# What’s new with Mathematics? Heather Dorsey Katelyn Hubert.

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What’s new with Mathematics? Heather Dorsey Katelyn Hubert

Raise your hand if you are…  teaching subjects other than math  teaching middle school  teaching high school  an instructional coach  an administrator  aligning to the standards  constructing Formative assessments -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Objectives  Explore the Test and Item Specs through the lens of a completion item  Review the End of Course Examinations  Examine the options for the 3 rd Credit  Review the pathways to earn a diploma -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Test Development Guidelines -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Cognitive Complexity -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Algebra  A1.2 -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Algebra 1 What is the exact performance expectation? What is the cognitive demand? How else can it be assessed? Does it need a context? What vocabulary do your students need to know for this item? -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Algebra 1  PE = A1.2.C  Cognitive Demand = Level 1  How assessed = MC and CP  Context = No  Vocabulary = Integer (6), exponent (7), square root (8), cube root (Algebra 1), simplify (4), evaluate (5), expression (3) -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

EOC Item Specifications  Performance Expectations that are in BOLD will be assessed on the EOCs. PE’s that are italicized should be taught and assessed at the classroom level. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Symbols and Formula Sheets Look at pages 21-24 in Algebra Talk with a neighbor about the symbols and formulas your students are expected to know and/or use -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Vocabulary -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Geometry  G.3 -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma What is the exact performance expectation? What is the cognitive demand? How else can it be assessed? Does it need a context? What vocabulary do your students need to know for this item?

Geometry  PE = G.3.B  Cognitive Demand = Level 3  How assessed = MC and SA  Context = No  Vocabulary = proof (HS) -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Theorems -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma Look at pages 24-26 in Geometry Talk with a partner about the theorems your students are expected to know and/or use

Calculators and Manipulatives  Changes for 2011 document has guidelines for calculators and manipulatives  It also looks at the match up between previously released items and the new standards -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Test and Item Specs Assessment for you! Based on what you have looked at and discussed so far, answer the following questions. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#1 – True or False Students are expected to know all content, vocabulary, and processes in previous grade levels. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#1 – True or False Students are expected to know all content, vocabulary, and processes in previous grade levels. True -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#2 – True or False All of your students know all content, vocabulary, and processes in previous grade levels. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#2 – True or False All of your students know all content, vocabulary, and processes in previous grade levels. Of course they do! -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#3 – Multiple-Choice They symbols are first used in the _____ assessment. A. Grade 3 B. Grade 5 C. Grade 7 D. Algebra 1 -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#3 – Multiple-Choice They symbols are first used in the _____ assessment. A. Grade 3 B. Grade 5 C. Grade 7 D. Algebra 1 -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#4 – Multiple-Choice The term acute angle is first used on the ______ assessment. A. Grade 3 B. Grade 5 C. Grade 7 D. Geometry -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#4 – Multiple-Choice The term acute angle is first used on the ______ assessment. A. Grade 3 B. Grade 5 C. Grade 7 D. Geometry -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#5 – Completion On the state assessments, the decimal equivalent of 25% will be written as _______. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#5 – Completion On the state assessments, the decimal equivalent of 25% will be written as 0.25 (as opposed to.25). -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#6 – Completion The performance expectation not assessed in G.6 is _________. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#6 – Completion The performance expectation not assessed in G.6 is G.6.B: Analyze distance and angle measures on a sphere and apply these measurements to the geometry of the earth. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#7 – Fill in the blank The term _______ is not used on any of the assessments. A. Apothem B. Binomial C. Contrapositive D. Dividend -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#7 – Fill in the blank The term _______ is not used on any of the assessments. A. Apothem B. Binomial C. Contrapositive D. Dividend -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

BREAK! Write any questions that are still rolling around in your head on the sticky notes. These questions will be addressed after break. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

End-of-Course Exams  Who will take the EOC exam?  When will the exams be given in MY district?  What about middle school students taking high school courses? -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

State Testing 2011  Writing HSPE March 15-16  Reading HSPE March 17  Science HSPE April 12  MSP Testing Window May 2-19  Grades 3-8 paper/pencil  MSP Testing Window May 2-June 3  Grades 4-8 online only  HS EOC Math Exams Last 3 weeks -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

EOC Makeup Exams OSPI is developing two EOC Makeup exams:  EOC Makeup (Year 1), aligned to first-year PEs that are common to Algebra 1 and Integrated 1  EOC Makeup (Year 2), aligned to second-year PEs that are common to Geometry and Integrated 2 The EOC Makeup exams:  Will be shorter than the EOC exams  Will be taken one day only  Can be taken in 2011, or later, by students who have passed an EOC course before the EOC exams were available -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Who will take the EOC exams?  A student currently in Alg 1/Int 1, regardless of grade level, will take the Alg 1/Int 1 EOC in May/June 2011.  A student currently in Geom/Int 2, regardless of grade level, will take the Geom/Int 2 EOC in May/June and must take the EOC Makeup Exam (Part 1) before the end of his/her senior year  A sophomore or freshman currently in Alg 2/Int 3, regardless of grade level, must take both EOC Makeup Exams before the end of his/her senior year -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Algebra 1GeometryAlgebra 2 Mathematics 1 Meeting Standard Graduation AYP EOC Makeup (Year 1) Mathematics 2 Meeting Standard Graduation EOC Makeup (Year 2) Mathematics 3

Algebra 1GeometryAlgebra 2 Mathematics 1 Meeting Standard Graduation AYP EOC Makeup (Year 1) Strength/Weaknes s Score NOT TESTED Mathematics 2 Strength/Weaknes s Score Meeting Standard Graduation EOC Makeup (Year 2) Strength/Weaknes s Score Mathematics 2 EOC only Mathematics 3 NOT TESTED Strength/Weaknes s Score Geometry EOC only NOT TESTED

How Are the EOCs Scheduled? School district assessment coordinator will determine the testing schedule Testing schedule needs to be the same at each of the schools in the district Intended to be taken in the student’s math class with his/her math teacher proctoring Intended to take three class periods Schools on block schedules will need to make modifications as needed No time limit -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

How Are the EOCs Scheduled? (Continued) A “Sample” Schedule for EOCs and Makeups -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

FAQs for the End of Course Look at the FAQs for the EOCs Talk with your neighbor about anything that stands out and/or new questions that you have. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

EOC Exams Assessment for you! Based on what you have looked at and discussed so far, answer the following questions. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#1 – True or False In 2011, the results of the EOC and EOC Makeup exams will be released by the end of the school year. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#1 – True or False In 2011, the results of the EOC and EOC Makeup exams will be released by the end of the school year. False Scores will not be released until August. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#2 – True or False A student in the class of 2011 or 2012 who did not meet standard on the WASL or HSPE can meet the assessment graduation requirement by passing one of the EOC Makeup exams. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#2 – True or False A student in the class of 2011 or 2012 who did not meet standard on the WASL or HSPE can meet the assessment graduation requirement by passing one of the EOC Makeup exams. TRUE Note: On the FAQ handout, the EOC Makeup exams are referred to as the Comprehensive Tests. “Comprehensive Tests” is no longer a term that will be used. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#3 – Multiple-Choice Those who will be taking the regular, non-makeup EOC exams this year are A. Only 10 th -graders (as it was with the WASL and HSPE) B. Only students in Geometry C. Only high school students D. All students in an End-of-Course course, regardless of grade level -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#3 – Multiple-Choice Those who will be taking the regular, non-makeup EOC exams this year are A. Only 10 th -graders (as it was with the WASL and HSPE) B. Only students in Geometry C. Only high school students D. All students in an End-of-Course course, regardless of grade level -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#4 – Multiple-Choice Students in a block or trimester schedule this year will A. Be able to take the EOC exam at the end of their block or trimester this year B. Have to wait until the end of the 2010- 2011 school year to take the EOC exam C. Be exempt from taking the EOC exam since they are not taking a full-year course D. Have to repeat their math class in 2011- 2012 to make sure they are really ready for the EOC exam -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#4 – Multiple-Choice Students in a block or trimester schedule this year will A. Be able to take the EOC exam at the end of their block or trimester this year B. Have to wait until the end of the 2010- 2011 school year to take the EOC exam C. Be exempt from taking the EOC exam since they are not taking a full-year course D. Have to repeat their math class in 2011- 2012 to make sure they are really ready for the EOC exam -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

EOC questions? Is there anything about the EOC and/or Makeup EOC exams that you still have questions about before we move on? -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Math Credit: Required courses Students graduating in 2013 and beyond must earn credit in:  Algebra 1/Integrated 1 and  Geometry/Integrated 2 and  Algebra 2/Integrated 3 (or an approved alternative course) -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Math Credit: CTE option Students may take CTE-equivalent courses for Alg 1/Int 1, Geom/Int 2, and Alg 2/Int 3. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Math Credit: Alternative To take something other than Alg 2/Int 3:  Course must be based on a career- oriented program designated in the student’s High School and Beyond Plan  Student is required to meet with his/her parent/guardian and a high school representative and sign a form* to document the meeting took place  Course must be a rigorous high school level math course that serves the student’s education and career goals and builds upon the Alg 1/Int 1 and Geom/Int 2 content. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Math Credit: Alternative (continued) *There is no set form that exists. OSPI will release a sample form, but it is up to each district to create its own form. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Math Credit: What doesn’t count  Pre-Algebra  Taking and passing Alg 1/Int 1 twice  Taking and passing Geom/Int 2 twice  A support class  A class with a majority of K-8 content -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Math Credit: Order of courses  Students may take Alg 1/Int 1 and Geom/Int 2 in the same year  Students may take Geom/Int 2 and Alg 2/Int 3 (or an approved alternative course) in the same year This is different information than what is on the Feb 2010 FAQs for Third Math Credit Requirement. The change was made during the September SBE meeting. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Math Credit: Middle school  Students who earn credit in Alg 1/Int 1 in the 8 th grade need to take Geom/Int 2 and Alg 2/Int 3 (or an approved alternative) in high school.  Students who earn credit in Alg 1/Int 1 in 7 th grade and Geom/Int 2 in 8 th grade need to take Alg 2/Int 3 (or an approved alternative) in high school. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Math Credit: Middle school (continued) Incoming 9 th -graders who can demonstrate sufficient understanding of Alg 1/Int 1 content (but did not earn credit in the 8 th grade) may skip Alg 1/Int 1 and  Earn credit in Geom/Int 2 and  Earn credit in Alg 2/Int 3 (or an approved alternative) and  Earn credit in a 3 rd math course -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Math Credit: Middle school (continued) Incoming 9 th -graders who can demonstrate sufficient understanding of Alg 1/Int 1 content and Geom/Int 2 (but did not earn credit for those courses in middle school) may skip Alg 1/Int 1 and Geom/Int 2 and  Earn credit in Alg 2/Int 3 (or an approved alternative) and  Earn 2 additional math credits -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Math Credit -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma Look at the SBE Math Credit Rule handout Talk with your neighbor about anything that stands out, new questions that you have.

3 rd Credit of Math Assessment for you! Based on what you have looked at and discussed so far, answer the following questions. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#1 – True or False The 3 rd credit of math can be a remedial math class with content from middle school and elementary school. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#1 – True or False The 3 rd credit of math can be a remedial math class with content from middle school and elementary school. False The 3 rd credit of math must be a rigorous, high school level class. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#2 – True or False Taking and earning credit in Algebra 1 for two years, along with Geometry, meets the 3 rd credit requirement. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#2 – True or False Taking and earning credit in Algebra 1 for two years, along with Geometry, meets the 3 rd credit requirement. False Students must earn credit in Algebra 1/Integrated 1, Geometry/Integrated 2, and Algebra 2/Integrated 3 (or an alternative to Algebra 2/Integrated 3). Note: Students will still need three credits of math even if they test out of Algebra 1/Integrated 1 and/or Geometry/Integrated 2. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

3 rd Credit questions? Is there anything about the 3 rd Credit of math requirement that you still have questions about before we move on? -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Earning a Diploma Classes of 2011 and 2012  Pass math WASL (spring or summer 2009) OR  Pass math HSPE (spring or summer 2010) OR  Pass one EOC makeup exam (spring 2011) OR  Pass math CAA Option (state approved alternative)* OR  Earn two (2) math credits after 10 th grade -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Earning a Diploma Classes of 2013 and Beyond  Pass two (2) math EOC exams OR  Pass math CAA Option (state approved alternative)* * Students must take each high school state exam once before using a state-approved alternative. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

State Approved Alternatives  Collection of Evidence in spring 2012  SAT or ACT  Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus or Statistics For more information go towww.k12.wa.us/assessment/CAAoptionswww.k12.wa.us/assessment/CAAoptions -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Earning a Diploma Look at the Earning a Diploma handout. Talk with your neighbor about anything that stands out, new questions that you have. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Earning a Diploma Assessment for you! Based on what you have looked at and discussed so far, answer the following questions. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#1 – True or False This year’s juniors and seniors only need to earn 2 credits of math to graduate. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#1 – True or False This year’s juniors and seniors only need to earn 2 credits of math to graduate. True -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#2 – True or False This year’s freshmen and sophomores need to earn 3 credits of math to graduate. -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#2 – True or False This year’s freshmen and sophomores need to earn 3 credits of math to graduate. True -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#3 – Multiple-Choice This year’s juniors and seniors must do which of the following to earn a diploma? A. Pass the WASL, HSPE, or one EOC makeup exam (or a state-approved alternative) B. Earn at least two credits of math C. Complete a Culminating Project and a High School and Beyond Plan D. All of the above -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#3 – Multiple-Choice This year’s juniors and seniors must do which of the following to earn a diploma? A. Pass the WASL, HSPE, or one EOC makeup exam (or a state-approved alternative) B. Earn at least two credits of math C. Complete a Culminating Project and a High School and Beyond Plan D. All of the above -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#4 – Multiple-Choice This year’s freshmen and sophomores must do which of the following to earn a diploma? A. Pass two EOC exams (or a state- approved alternative) B. Earn at least three credits of math C. Complete a Culminating Project and a High School and Beyond Plan D. All of the above -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

#4 – Multiple-Choice This year’s freshmen and sophomores must do which of the following to earn a diploma? A. Pass two EOC exams (or a state- approved alternative) B. Earn at least three credits of math C. Complete a Culminating Project and a High School and Beyond Plan D. All of the above -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Earning a Diploma questions? Is there anything about earning a diploma that you still have questions about? -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Additional Resources Contact felecia.mckinney@k12.wa.us to sign up for the Movers and Shakers listserv in order to the receive notices about webinars and updated documents on the OSPI website.felecia.mckinney@k12.wa.us http://www.k12.wa.us/Mathematics/Resources.aspx http://www.k12.wa.us/Mathematics/Resources.aspx Look for the document Changes for 2011 and Beyond. http://www.k12.wa.us/Mathematics/webinar/EOC_M athCredits_Webinar_2010-09-30.pdf -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma

Final questions khubert@esd113.k12.wa.us hdorsey@esd113.k12.wa.us -Welcome -Test and Item Specs -EOCs -3 rd Credit -Earning a Diploma