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1 Presented by: Vincent Verdile PPCMS – Central Campus Mathematics Department Chair

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4 2013—2014 Algebra 1 End-of-Course (EOC) Assessment Fact Sheet

5 Test Administration Information The Algebra 1 EOC Assessment is delivered via a computer-based test (CBT) platform. The assessment will be given in one 160-minute session with a 10- minute break after the first 80 minutes. Students will not be allowed to talk during the break. As with FCAT 2.0 paper-based administrations, individual breaks may be allowed as needed. Students may not be dismissed during the first 80 minutes; however, after the 10-minute break, they may be dismissed as they complete the test. Although the assessment is scheduled for a 160-minute session, any student not finished by the end of the 160 minutes may continue working. Testing must be completed within the same school day. During each administration, there are multiple forms of the assessment. There is a maximum of 65 items on each test form. Each form of the assessment will include multiple-choice and fill-in response items. Approximately six to ten of these items are experimental (field test) items and are NOT included in student scores.

6 A four-function calculator is provided in the TestNav platform. Students will also be provided with a hand-held calculator. They may not bring their own to the testing site. A reference sheet containing commonly used formulas and conversions is provided in the TestNav platform. Schools may make copies of the reference sheet provided in the End-of-Course Assessments Test Administration Manual and distribute the copies to students if they prefer to use a hard copy. Students will be provided four-page, hard-copy work folders to use as scratch paper. Used folders are secure materials that must be collected after testing and stored or securely destroyed according to district assessment coordinators’ instructions.

7 Achievement Levels for the 2012/2013 Algebra 1 EOC Assessment Scale Scores (325 to 475) Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Level

8 Achievement Levels for the Algebra I EOC Assessment Scale Scores To Be Determined Early 2014

9 Tentative Testing Date: Tuesday, May 13, 2014

10 2013—2014 Geometry End-of-Course (EOC) Assessment Fact Sheet

11 Test Administration Information The Geometry EOC Assessment is delivered via a computer-based test (CBT) platform. The assessment will be given in one 160-minute session with a 10- minute break after the first 80 minutes. Students will not be allowed to talk during the break. As with FCAT 2.0 paper-based administrations, individual breaks may be allowed as needed. Students may not be dismissed during the first 80 minutes; however, after the 10-minute break, they may be dismissed as they complete the test. Although the assessment is scheduled for a 160-minute session, any student not finished by the end of the 160 minutes may continue working. Testing must be completed within the same school day. During each administration, there are multiple forms of the assessment. There is a maximum of 65 items on each test form. Each form of the assessment will include multiple-choice and fill-in response items. Approximately six to ten of these items are experimental (field test) items and are NOT included in student scores.

12 A scientific calculator is provided in the TestNav platform. Students will also be provided with a hand-held calculator. They may not bring their own to the testing site. A reference sheet containing commonly used formulas and conversions is provided in the TestNav platform. Schools may make copies of the reference sheet provided in the End-of-Course Assessments Test Administration Manual and distribute the copies to students if they prefer to use a hard copy. Students will be provided four-page, hard-copy work folders to use as scratch paper. Used folders are secure materials that must be collected after testing and stored or securely destroyed according to district assessment coordinators’ instructions.

13 Achievement Levels for the Geometry EOC Assessment Scale Scores To Be Determined Early 2014

14 Tentative Testing Dates: Tuesday, May 7, 2013 Wednesday, May 8, 2013 Tentative Testing Dates: Tuesday, May 7, 2013 Wednesday, May 8, 2013 Tentative Testing Date: Tuesday, May 20, 2014

15 FINAL NOTE: EOC Camps available  every Monday from 3:30 to 4:30  Room Y-216 – Algebra  Room 131 – Geometry  Busses are available to qualified students


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