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1 Spring 2015 Test Chairperson Training FCAT 2.0 Reading Retake FCAT Mathematics Retake NGSSS End-of-Course (EOC) Algebra 1 Retake Biology 1 Civics U.S. History 1

2 Test Administration Manual 2 Scripts and instructions for administering computer-based tests (CBT) are included in this manual. Scripts and instructions for administering computer-based forms and paper-based accommodations are located at

3 Test Administration Schedule 3 DateAssessmentGrade Level March 16 – April 2FCAT/FCAT 2.0 Reading and Mathematics Retake NGSSS Algebra 1 End-of-Course (EOC) Retake Adult 7 – Adult April 20 – May 22*NGSSS Biology 1, Civics, and US History EOC Enrolled students *All paper-based accommodations must be completed by May 1 st to ensure timely reporting of test results. Any deviation from this schedule requires written approval from FDOE prior to implementation.

4 Test Administration Schedule (cont.) The FCAT 2.0 Reading Retake must be conducted over two days. –Students have half of a typical school day to complete Session 1 and half of a typical school day to complete Session 2. –Students MUST complete Session 1 before beginning Session 2, even for make-up administrations. The FCAT Mathematics Retake is untimed; however, testing must not extend beyond the end of a school day. For the NGSSS Algebra 1 Retake, Biology 1, U.S. History EOC Assessment administrations, any student not finished by the end of the 160-minute test session may continue working; however, testing must be completed within the same school day. 4

5 What’s New TestNav 8 Beginning with the Winter 2014 administration, all computer-based FCAT, FCAT 2.0, and NGSSS EOC assessments will be administered using the TestNav 8 platform. –Please see for technical specifications and resources for this new platform. Some features that were previously accommodations are now available for all students in the TestNav 8 platform. These features include color contrast, increase/decrease text size, and zoom. A magnifier tool and line reader tool are also available for all students. The login information on Student Authorization Tickets and the Session Roster has been updated to reflect the Sign In screen in TestNav 8. The Login ID has been changed to Username and the Test Code had been changed to Password. 5

6 What’s New Accommodations Accommodations are no longer required to be recorded in PearsonAccess for computer-based tests. However, for students testing with paper-based materials, accommodations still must be recorded on student grid sheets. Schools must maintain records of accommodations provided and accommodations used with their required administration information. 6

7 What’s New Technology Coordinator Resources Information and instructions for technology coordinators to follow before, during, and after testing are now provided at Technology coordinators must familiarize themselves with all information at this site prior to the beginning of test administration. There is no separate Technology Coordinator Guide for this administration. Instead, technology coordinators should review the information and resources at the location indicated above. 7

8 What’s New Universal Agreements for Statewide Assessments School assessment coordinators, test administrators, proctors, and any other school personnel who have received appropriate training in the administration of Florida’s statewide assessments and who have already signed Test Administration and Security Agreements for the 2014–2015 school year are not required to sign a new agreement for this administration. Test administrators who have already signed a Test Administrator Prohibited Activities Agreement for the 2014–2015 school year are not required to sign a new agreement for this administration. 8

9 Glossary of Terms PearsonAccess A website used for almost all test preparation (e.g., PreID), setup, administration, and reporting tasks. Requires a username and password. Verify that you are working in the correct test administration each time you log in. Link to support materials: PearsonAccess will time out after 14 minutes of inactivity. 9

10 Glossary of Terms Accessed from the Training Center tab on the PearsonAccess Home page. Provides an opportunity to ̶Practice PearsonAccess tasks. ̶Manage the Infrastructure Trial in preparation for testing. Requires a username and password (separate from operational site). 10 PearsonAccess Training Center

11 Glossary of Terms TestNav 8 (TestNav) Platform that Florida uses for FCAT, FCAT 2.0, and NGSSS EOC computer-based statewide assessments. 11

12 Glossary of Terms Proctor Caching A process of loading test content locally on a computer at the school or district level. Does not require a separate caching server and can run on any workstation on the network that meets specified requirements. Proctor Caching software is provided by Pearson. Reduces test delays due to network congestion. Provides students with a more seamless testing experience. Required for all FCAT/FCAT 2.0/NGSSS EOC computer-based testing in Florida. Software and instructions for proctor caching are available at 12

13 Glossary of Terms Proctor Caching (cont.) The Spring 2015 Pearson FCAT/FCAT 2.0/EOC NGSSS test administrations will utilize a new version of TestNav8. Schools using mobile devices and the Google Chrome browser need to take additional steps to ensure they are ready for spring testing. These steps should be completed prior to running a Pearson Infrastructure Trial. Mobile Devices: The TestNav 8 update will require an app update for tablet users. The TestNav 8.02 app is available for download in your specific device application store. Java Updates: Java will have two releases prior to the Spring 2015 Administration; 1/20 and 4/14. Technology coordinators should be aware of these releases and update Java on student computers prior to testing or disable Java update prompts. 13

14 Glossary of Terms Proctor Caching (cont.) Google Chrome: Please review the December 19, 2014 TestNav Technical Bulletin (TestNav 8 - Google to Disable NPAPI for Chrome Browser in 2015) available at The technical bulletin contains important instructions and information for TestNav customers who use Chrome for online testing. In order to accommodate for Google’s plan to phase out support of the Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface (NPAPI) architecture required to launch TN8, PC and MAC users that access TN8 from a Chrome browser will either need to:http://www.FLAssessments.com/TestNav8. ​ Access TestNav 8 from an alternate browser; or Enable Java in the registry. Instructions and additional information can be found in the technical bulletin. – ​ This solution will work until September ​ Pearson will release a new version of TestNav 8 to allow Chrome users to access TestNav 8 without the registry edits. –Chromebooks are configured to allow the Plugin Application. Chromebook users do not have to complete the registry edit to enable Java. 14

15 Students to be Tested Reading Retake The following students are eligible to participate in this Reading Retake administration:  Retained Grade 10 or Grades 11–Adult (AD) regular high school students who have not yet passed the Grade 10 FCAT 2.0 Reading test  Students who enrolled in Grade 9 prior to the 2009–2010 school year but have not yet passed the Grade 10 FCAT Reading test. Because the FCAT Reading Retake is no longer offered, these students will participate in the FCAT 2.0 Reading Retake. Students who entered Grade 9 in 2013–2014 and beyond are required to pass the Grade 10 English Language Arts (ELA) Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) that will first be administered in Spring Note: If a student has earned an ACT or SAT Reading concordant score, the student is NOT required to take the FCAT 2.0 Reading Retake test. 15

16 Students to be Tested Mathematics Retake The following students are eligible to participate in this Mathematics Retake administration:  Students who entered Grade 9 in the 2009–10 school year or earlier, are pursuing a standard Florida high school diploma, and have not yet passed Grade 10 FCAT Mathematics or obtained a concordant score on the ACT or SAT in order to fulfill the graduate requirement. The FCAT Mathematics Retake will be administered for the last time in Spring Students who still need to pass the Grade 10 FCAT Mathematics after Spring 2015 must earn a concordant score on the ACT or SAT. Students who entered Grade 9 in the 2010–2011 school year and beyond do NOT take the FCAT Mathematics Retake. Note: If a student has earned an ACT or SAT Mathematics concordant score, the student is NOT required to take the FCAT Mathematics Retake test. 16

17 Students to be Tested Algebra 1 Retake The following students are eligible to participate in this Algebra 1 Retake EOC Assessment administration: Students who need to retake the assessment for graduation purposes (students that have earned a comparative PERT score are not required to retake the Algebra 1 EOC) Students who have not yet taken the assessment to be averaged as 30% of their course grade (these students will have an NG for the Algebra 1 course) Students who are in grade forgiveness programs and wish to retake the assessment to improve their course grade Note: If a student has earned a PERT Math comparative score, the student is NOT required to take Algebra 1 EOC Retake test. This assessment is appropriate for students who meet the criteria above and were previously enrolled in one of the following courses: Algebra 1 – Algebra 1 Honors – Algebra 1-B – IB Middle Years Program Algebra 1– Pre-AICE Mathematics –

18 Students to be Tested Biology 1 The following students must take the Biology 1 EOC Assessment: All students enrolled in and completing one of the following courses: 18 –Biology 1 – –Biology 1 Honors – –Pre-AICE Biology – –Biology Technology – –Pre-IB Biology 1 – –IB Biology 1– –IB Middle Years Program Biology – –Integrated Science 3 – –Integrated Science 3 Honors – –AP Biology (if taken to satisfy the high school Biology 1 graduation requirement) –

19 Students to be Tested Biology 1 (cont.) The following students are eligible to participate in the Biology 1 EOC Assessment administration: Students who need to earn a passing score for a standard diploma with a scholar designation Students who have not yet taken the assessment to be averaged as 30% of their course grade (these students will have an NG for the Biology 1 course) Students who are in grade forgiveness programs and wish to retake the assessment to improve their course grade Students in a credit acceleration program (CAP) who wish to take the assessment to earn course credit 19

20 Students to be Tested Civics The following students must take the Civics EOC Assessment: All students enrolled in and completing one of the following courses: –M/J Civics – –M/J Civics – –M/J Civics & Career Planning – –M/J Civics, Advanced – –M/J Civics, Advanced – –M/J Civics, Advanced & Career Planning – –M/J IB MYP Civics Advanced – –M/J IB MYP Civics Advanced & Career Planning – –M/J Civics and Digital Technologies – –M/J U.S. History & Civics –

21 Students to be Tested Civics (cont.) The following students are eligible to participate in the Civics EOC Assessment administration: Students who have not yet taken the assessment to be averaged as 30% of their course grade Students who are in grade forgiveness programs and wish to retake the assessment to improve their course grade 21

22 Students to be Tested U.S. History The following students must take the U.S. History EOC Assessment: All students enrolled in and completing one of the following courses: –United States History – –United States History Honors – –Visions and Countervisions: Europe, U.S. and the World from 1848 – –Visions and Countervisions: Europe, U.S. and the World from 1848 Honors –

23 Students to be Tested U.S. History (cont.) The following students are eligible to participate in the U.S. History EOC Assessment administration: Students who need to earn a passing score for a standard diploma with a scholar designation Students who have not yet taken the assessment to be averaged as 30% of their course grade (these students will have an NG for the US History course) Students who are in grade forgiveness programs and wish to retake the assessment to improve their course grade Students in a credit acceleration program (CAP) who wish to take the assessment to earn course credit 23

24 File Download Manager (FDM) 24

25 School Assessment Coordinator Before Testing Receive and Prepare Test Materials You will receive the following materials, as appropriate for your school: –School Boxes (test materials—contents listed on page 106 of the Spring 2015 CBT Manual) –Special Document Kits If your school is providing hardcopy CBT Worksheets, reference sheets, or periodic tables, make a sufficient number of copies for all students taking the assessments. Each copy must be carefully checked against the original. Four-function calculators (FCAT Mathematics Retake, NGSSS Algebra 1 EOC Retake, and Biology 1 EOC) Save the original boxes for returning TO BE SCORED special document materials. If you need additional materials or if you have questions, contact the Test Distribution Center (TDC) at

26 School Assessment Coordinator Before Testing Maintain Security Inventory the contents of your boxes within 24 hours of receipt and report missing materials immediately. Keep materials secure at all times. Maintain the Test Materials Chain of Custody Form at all times. No more than three people should have access to the locked storage area. Do not open shrink-wrapped materials or begin preparing materials (applying student labels) more than five (5) days prior to testing. 26

27 School Assessment Coordinator Before Testing Train Test Administrators and Proctors You are responsible for training all test administrators and proctors, including non-school-based instructors (e.g., itinerant teachers). You must train several employees to act as possible alternates. Test administrators must be certified educators. Test administrators who will administer the test to students using large print, braille, and one-item-per-page materials must be trained in the use of those test materials. For students with accommodations, make sure that test administrators are aware of and have made provisions for the exact accommodations needed for individual students. 27

28 School Assessment Coordinator Before Testing Test Administrator (TA) accounts are optional. TA accounts will allow your TA to RESUME students to test, as needed. To create a TA account in Pearson: Login to PearsonAccess; Select the administration; Click on Administrative Management; Click on View User Accounts; Click New User; and complete the fields to create a Test Administrator account (for the UserID, use the first 4 letters of the last name, followed by the first two letters of the first name. Example: Anthony Nunez, UserID NUNEAN. The test administrator will receive an from providing the UserID. They will: click on the link in the ; create a password (you will enter it twice); read and accept the Confidentiality Always verify in PearsonAccess that an account does not already exist, before you create a new account. 28

29 School Assessment Coordinator Before Testing Arrange Practice Test Sessions Schedule and arrange practice tests (ePATs) as described in the Spring 2015 CBT Manual. Before a student can participate in a computer-based administration, the student must complete the correct ePAT(s) to learn how to use the computer-based system. –Make sure the appropriate ePAT script is used when conducting the ePAT session. For more information about ePATs, practice test content, accommodated practice test forms, and scripts for administering the ePATs, go to Students who require accommodated CBT forms (e.g., text-to-speech, masking) must complete a practice test for the specific accommodated form or form combination they will use during testing. 29

30 School Assessment Coordinator Before Testing Create Test Sessions FCAT/FCAT 2.0 Retake and NGSSS Algebra 1 EOC Retake Wave 2 PreID file is based on student information as of February 27. NGSSS EOC Wave 2 PreID file is based on student information as of April 3. Test sessions were created through the PreID file upload are based on Wave 2 PreID file. You will see these sessions when you log in to PearsonAccess. You may NOT begin working on the Retake test sessions until March 2 after Wave 2 PreID window closes. You may NOT begin working on the NGSSS EOC test sessions until April 13 after Wave 2 PreID window closes. These can be temporary sessions for the purpose of verifying student information, or they can be test sessions you plan to use for testing. Detailed instructions on how to create a test session and verify student information are on pages 113–114 of the Spring 2015 CBT Manual. 30

31 School Assessment Coordinator During Testing Checklist Ensure that test sessions have been started in PearsonAccess. Provide test administrators with additional materials, as necessary. Monitor each testing room to ensure that test administration and test security policies and procedures are followed, seating charts and Security Logs are properly completed, and required administration information is collected. Be available during testing to answer questions from test administrators. In PearsonAccess, monitor session status and resume students’ tests, if necessary. Arrange for and supervise make-up administrations. 31

32 School Assessment Coordinator After Testing Checklist Verify that all distributed secure materials have been returned. Complete the Test Materials Chain of Custody Form. Report any missing materials to Student Assessment Office at and conduct the necessary investigation. Make copies of all collected required administration information, seating charts, and Security Logs, and file the copies. In PearsonAccess, stop test sessions, and invalidate student tests (if necessary) by 4 p.m. on the last day of the window (April 2 for Retakes and May 22 for NGSSS EOCs). Organize materials and return them to your district assessment coordinator. Complete the appropriate comment form at and encourage test administrators to complete a form. 32

33 The following slides relate to the administration of paper- based tests (regular print, large print, braille, one-item-per- page), which are available for eligible students who have such accommodations identified in their IEPs or Section 504 plans. The upper-left corner of the following slides show an image of a pencil and a paper-based test (see below) to indicate that this information pertains to paper-based tests only. 33 Paper-Based Tests (PBT)

34 PBT Materials Materials Needed for Testing Test Documents ̶FCAT 2.0 Reading Next Generation Sunshine State Standards RETAKE Test and Answer Books ̶FCAT 2.0 Reading Next Generation Sunshine State Standards RETAKE Passage Booklets ̶FCAT Mathematics Sunshine State Standards RETAKE Test and Answer Books ̶FCAT Mathematics Sunshine State Standards RETAKE Reference Sheets ̶Algebra 1 Retake EOC Assessment Test and Answer Books ̶Biology 1 EOC Assessment Test and Answer Books ̶Civics EOC Assessment Test and Answer Books ̶U.S. History EOC Assessment Test and Answer Books Reference Sheets and Periodic Tables Calculators (Four-Function) 34

35 Test Materials Chain of Custody Form The Test Materials Chain of Custody Form is available in Appendix D of the Spring 2015 CBT Manual and at The purpose of this form is to continuously track test materials, including: –their location –the dates and times activities are handled –the names of the persons performing various activities involving the materials Schools must retain copies (electronic or hardcopy) of completed forms for their files after materials are packaged for pickup and return the originals in the District Assessment Coordinator (DAC) Only Box 35

36 Security Numbers Security numbers on test and answer books: –Are used to account for each test and answer book. –Consist of a nine-digit number followed by a check digit located in the upper right corner of test and answer books. The packing list shows the number ranges assigned to each school, and written documentation of the number ranges must be maintained at all times during distribution and return of books. A blank Administration Record/Security Checklist is provided in PearsonAccess and in Appendix D of the manual. Each test administrator should maintain a list of all secure materials assigned to him or her, including any additional materials assigned throughout the administration. 36

37 PreID Student Labels FCAT/FCAT 2.0 Retake and NGSSS Algebra 1 EOC Retake Wave 1 PreID file is based on student information as of January 30 and NGSSS EOCs Wave 1 PreID file is based on student information as of February 27 Note: PreID student labels and roster will be based on Wave 1. Before applying PreID labels to student answer documents: Verify that the student is still enrolled and will be tested. Verify the information on the PreID roster against the school’s student information database. FIVE elements MUST be correct on a student PreID label:  Student name  Student ID number  District number  School number  Grade level Destroy labels in a secure manner if ANY of this information is incorrect. If any other preidentified information (e.g., date of birth) is incorrect, use the PreID label 37

38 PreID Student Labels (cont.) If the student name, student ID number, district number, school number, OR grade level is INCORRECT on a USED answer document, the student must, under the supervision of the test administrator, transfer his or her exact responses into a replacement answer document. The test administrator must grid the DNS bubble on a book that contains an incorrect label and return it with all other NOT TO BE SCORED materials. The test administrator must then grid the correct student information on the replacement document. If any student information is missing from a student label that has been affixed to a test and answer book, add the information by gridding the appropriate bubbles on the student grid sheet. Incorrect information on a student label CANNOT be corrected in this manner. Do not use a preidentified document for any student other than the student for whom it is preidentified. 38

39 Sample PreID Student Label Affix the label in the box in the lower left corner of the student grid sheet. Do not remove labels once they have been affixed. Do not place a label over another label. 39

40 Student Demographic Information The student grid sheet captures student demographic information. A document is preidentified if it has a student label affixed. Blank student grid sheets (non-preidentified) must be gridded using a No. 2 pencil. For more information about specific demographic fields, see page 12 of the Spring 2015 CBT Manual. 40

41 Test Invalidation Remember that the purpose of invalidation is to identify when the validity of test results has been compromised. If a situation described in the Test Invalidation Policies and Procedures section on pages 26–27 of the manual occurs, test administrators should discuss the situation with the school assessment coordinator, and the situation should be investigated immediately. Instructions for how to invalidate tests in PearsonAccess can be found on pages 141–142 of the Spring 2015 CBT Manual. 41

42 Defective Materials, DNS and UNDO Bubbles If a defective test and answer book is identified before testing begins, the student should be given a replacement document and the defective document should be returned with all other NOT TO BE SCORED materials. If a DNS bubble has been gridded by mistake, erase the DNS bubble and grid the UNDO bubble. Package the document with TO BE SCORED materials. The DNS bubble MUST be gridded if any of the following circumstances offer: 1.The test and answer book is defective and USED. 2.A student name, student ID number, district number, school number, OR grade level is INCORRECT on a label affixed to a USED book. 3.A student label has been placed over another student label on a USED book. 42

43 Defective Materials, DNS and UNDO Bubbles If a student discovers that a document is defective during testing, the student must be given a replacement and must, under close supervision, transcribe the exact responses from the defective document into the replacement when the test session is over. If the defective document has a student label, do not remove the label. Grid all information on the student grid sheet of the replacement document. Grid the DNS bubble on the defective USED book and return it with all other NOT TO BE SCORED materials. Under the following circumstances, it is NOT necessary to grid the DNS bubble if the document has been packaged properly for return with all other NOT TO BE SCORED materials: 1.The preidentified test and answer book belongs to a student who has withdrawn before testing begins. 2.The preidentified book belongs to a student who was absent during the entire testing window. 3.The book is defective and UNUSED. 4.The preidentified information is incorrect and the book is UNUSED. 43

44 Enrollment Information/ Testing History 44 For non-preidentified test and answer books, complete the Student Enrollment Information Box to indicate whether the student is currently enrolled in, was previously enrolled in, or has never been enrolled in one of the courses in the Course List Box. See pages 14–15 of the Spring 2015 CBT Manual for samples of the boxes for the different subjects.

45 School Assessment Coordinator After Testing – PBT Responsibilities Complete Document Count Forms 45 1.Verify that all documents from make- up sessions are included. 2.Do not copy blank count forms; however, once the count forms are completed, you may copy them for your records. 3.Place each completed form on top of the first stack of corresponding TO BE SCORED test and answer books. 4.Verify the accuracy of all information entered; inaccurate information may delay the scoring process.

46 School Assessment Coordinator After Testing – PBT Responsibilities Paper Bands Each document type must be banded separately. You may use more than one paper band per document type, if necessary. Documents for each special program (FLVS Full-Time High School, District Virtual Instruction Program, District Franchise of FLVS, Virtual Charter School, Home Education) must be banded separately. Complete all fields on the paper band. 46

47 School Assessment Coordinator After Testing – PBT Responsibilities 47 Package Materials for Return Prepare the following types of boxes for return to the Test Distribution Center (TDC) (as appropriate): TO BE SCORED regular print EOC (Biology, Civics, U.S. History) test and answer books—Brown-labeled boxes TO BE SCORED regular print Retake (FCAT 2.0 Reading, FCAT Mathematics, and Algebra 1 Retake EOC) test and answer books—Red-labeled boxes All NOT TO BE SCORED materials (including NOT TO BE SCORED special document materials, if applicable)—Yellow-labeled boxes TO BE SCORED large-print and one-item-per-page materials—White-labeled boxes TO BE SCORED braille materials—Pink-labeled boxes District Assessment Coordinator (DAC) ONLY boxes Refer to the packaging diagrams on pages 152–153 of the Spring 2015 CBT Manual for guidance.

48 48 TO BE SCORED Regular Print Test and Answer Books Packaging Diagram

49 49 TO BE SCORED Special Documents Packaging Diagram (Large Print, One-Item-Per-Page, Braille)

50 Return Schedule: Retakes 50 ALL FCAT/FCAT 2.0 RETAKE AND NGSSS ALGEBRA 1 EOC RETAKE PAPER TEST MATERIALS RETURN DATES RED - “TO BE SCORED” WHITE – “TO BE SCORED” large print materials, if applicable PINK - “TO BE SCORED” Braille materials, if applicable YELLOW – All “NOT TO BE SCORED” materials (including NOT TO BE SCORED special documents) K-8 Centers, Middle Schools, Senior High Schools and Alternative Centers hand-deliver TO BE SCORED ONLY: Thursday or Friday, April 2 or 3 Comet Courier will pick up at schools Pearson Retake NOT TO BE SCORED materials: May DISTRICT ASSESSMENT COORDINATOR (DAC) ONLY BOX(ES) Box 1: FSA ELA Writing, ELA, Mathematics; FCAT 2.0 Science; and FCAT/FCAT 2.0 Retake and NGSSS Algebra 1 EOC Retake Box 2: FSA and NGSSS EOC Assessments Comet Courier will pick up at schools Spring 2015 DAC Only Boxes during: May 28-June 3 ADULT CENTERS: Hand-deliver the DAC Only Box: Tuesday – Friday, April Note: Schools must hand-deliver all Retake materials to TDC by 3:30 p.m. at S.W. 26 Street, Miami, FL Friendly Reminders

51 Return Schedule: NGSSS EOC 51 ALL NGSSS EOC ASSESSMENTS PAPER TEST MATERIALS RETURN DATES K-8 Centers, Middle Schools, Senior High Schools and Alternative Centers hand-deliver TO BE SCORED and NOT TO BE SCORED: PEARSON NGSSS EOC Assessments: April 30-May 4 Comet Courier will pick up at schools Spring 2015 DAC Only Boxes on: May 28-June 3 ADULT CENTERS: Hand-deliver the DAC Only Box: May Note: Schools must hand-deliver all NGSSS EOC materials to TDC by 3:30 p.m. at S.W. 26 Street, Miami, FL Friendly Reminders

52 52 District Assessment Coordinator ONLY Box 1 (Writing/ELA/Math/Science/Retakes) Place the following materials in the District Assessment Coordinator Only Box: –All used and unused planning sheets, worksheets, work folders, reference sheets, and Periodic Table of the Elements –Original records of required administration information, such as Administration Record/Security Checklist –Original Accounting for All FSA secure documents –Original Security Logs –Original Seating Charts –Original Test Materials Chain of Custody Form (for PBT administrations) –Original School Procedural Checklist (FM-6927) Seal the box. Write District Assessment Coordinator ONLY on the side of the box, the school location # and school name.

53 53 District Assessment Coordinator ONLY Box 2 (EOCs) Place the following materials in the District Assessment Coordinator Only Box: –All used and unused worksheets, work folders, reference sheets, and Periodic Table of the Elements –Original records of required administration information, such as Administration Record/Security Checklist –Original Security Logs –Original Seating Charts –Original Test Materials Chain of Custody Form (for PBT accommodations) –Original School Procedural Checklist (FM-6927) Seal the box. Write District Assessment Coordinator ONLY on the side of the box, the school location # and school name.

54 Appendices Appendices in the Spring 2015 CBT Manual include: Appendix A—Accommodations Appendix B—Pearson Customer Support and PearsonAccess Appendix C—Florida Test Security Statute and Rule Appendix D—Perforated Forms and Signs 54

55 Pearson Customer Support and PearsonAccess Contact Pearson Customer Support at: (Monday–Friday, 7:00 am–8:30 pm ET) Appendix B in the Spring 2015 CBT Manual provides the following information: PearsonAccess ̶User accounts ̶Browser requirements ̶Logging in for the first time ̶Resetting passwords Training Center ̶Test Setup Exercise 55

56 Contact Information Student Assessment and Educational Testing Maria C. Bruguera, Director Mara Ugando, Staff Specialist Phone: Fax:


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