MEAP/MME Assessment Timeline MEAP/MME Assessment Timeline 2011-12 – MEAP & MME will remain the same, based on GLCEs & HSCEs 2012 and 2013 – Items that are common to the GLCEs & HSCEs AND the CCSS will be assessed. Piloted items for CCSS will start Fall 2014 – so far, no assessment to take place until spring 2015 (TBA) 2014 -2015 – spring 2015 – CCSS assessments begin
Smarter Balanced Bingo Where would you find the Mathematics “Critical Areas?” Top of EACH grade level standards doc When were the Common Core State Standards adopted in Michigan? June 2010 How are the Mathematics standards organized? Domains, Strands, Clusters, Standards How many ELA Anchor Standards are there? 32 – 10 Reading; 10 Writing; 6 Speaking & Listening; 6 Language What is the name of the MDE Assessment Office? Department of Accountability Services(DAS), formerly BAA How many states are participating in the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium? 25 + VIRGIN ISLANDS How many ELA Assessment Claims are there? 4 When is the first Smarter Balanced Assessment scheduled? Spring of 2015 How many states do not participate in the Common Core? 5 How many Mathematical Practices are there? 8 Practices FREE SPACE What does CCSSO stand for? What do they do? Chief Council of State School Officers How many Mathematical Assessment Claims are there? 4 Claims How are the ELA standards organized? 4 Strands – Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening, Language What is the name of the “other” assessment consortium (not Smarter Balanced)? PAARC What Content Areas are Responsible for Reading & Writing according to CCSS? ALL
How are Assessments Written? 1. Standards & Practices 2. Claims 3. Classroom Instruction & Engaging Activities 4. Test Blueprint 5. Item Specifications 6. Performance Tasks 7. Student Performance
Go to the following site: Item Specifics – go to the page – All items we just went through on the handouts are included on this page of the Smarter Balanced Website: www.smarterbalanced.org/smarter-balanced- assessments Practice and Pilot Tests – go to the page – http://www.smarterbalanced.org/pilot-test/ Select the grade level you plan to practice. Take about 10 minutes to review items. As you review items ask yourself the following: How would my students do on this assessment? What tools do I need to make this happen for them? How do I prepare myself to guide my students to be successful?
Let’s Wrap Up Add your final reflections As a result of today’s session, answer the following questions on the Frayer Model In groups of 3-4 In groups of 3-4 Select 1 color per group – blue, red, green, black Select 1 color per group – blue, red, green, black Assign 1-2 recorders Assign 1-2 recorders Discuss the questions as a group in any order that guides your conversation Discuss the questions as a group in any order that guides your conversation