PART 1 AAAF Document Components Details Information for folder development
REMINDER The Evidence of Instruction WILL NOT be a required piece of the AAAF. KDE does encourage districts to continue to ask for some sort of evidence within the district to make sure instructional alignment to the standard is occurring. The Instructional Planning Tool is a great resource to do this. DO NOT SUBMIT IN THE AAAF
IMPORTANT The AAAF is and should always be considered a secure, confidential document that houses confidential student information. The AAAF should not be considered a student working folder; as it will require some student work within, but not all daily assignments should be included. This PowerPoint will provide additional information to the specific contents and requirements for the AAAF.
Components of the AAAF Student Information Page (required) Teacher Code of Ethics (Found in Alternate K- PREP Forms) Teacher Qualification Quiz(s) (quizzes provided with Alternate Assessment Online Trainings): Combined Overview/Attainment Tasks Transition Attainment Record (applies to teachers of students in grades 8, 10 and 11)
Components of the AAAF ATTAINMENT TASKS: Section 1-Work Samples (Standards 1-3) (1-2 for social studies) Section 2- Work Samples (Standards 4-6; applies to standards 3 and 4 for social studies) Section 3- Attainment Task Scores from Test Window 1 and Supports Sheet (if one was required)
Components of the AAAF Section 4- Attainment Task Scores from Test Window 2 and Supports Sheet (if one was required) Section 5- Anecdotal Notes (supporting notes regarding specific student information on either of the Attainment Task test windows)
Components of the AAAF TRANSITION ATTAINMENT RECORD (TAR) Applies only to students in grades 8, 10 and 11 Section 6- Anecdotal Notes (supporting notes regarding specific student information on the Transition Attainment Record) Location where the supporting documentation is stored (e.g., Individualized Education Program (IEP) data in Due Process Folder) Original completed Transition Attainment Record document (should include all team members)
Student Information Page Provides the following: Student Name School District Grade SSID (Student Identification Number) Dimension A or B New Student Placement or Enrollment (only when placement or enrollment occurs for current testing year) Accommodations (List all accommodations identified on the students IEP Teachers name and signature REQUIRED
Code of Ethics Identifies specific assessment policy such as: Professional Ethics Educational Defensibility Student Ownership Accommodations Student Performance Teachers may sign one Code of Ethics and provide copies to multiple student AAAF folders. An original is not required for every student; but a copy of this document must be found in the AAAF.
Teacher Qualifications Required online trainings conducted for each part of the Alternate Assessment. After successfully completing and passing the online quiz, print the certificate verifying its completion. Provide a copy of the certificate in the AAAF. Alternate Assessment Quizzes: Combined Overview and Attainment Tasks Quiz and Transition Attainment Record Quiz.
Section 1 (Standards 1-3, Standards 1-2 for Social Studies) Work Samples: 1 per standard Aligned to the content standard Score identified Must include the following: Name Date Grade Content Area Standard (ex: 4.1 Grade 4 standard 1) Score (shown as a percentage %)
Section 2 (Standards 4-6/see note below) Work Samples: 1 per standard Aligned to the content standard Score identified Must include the following: Name Date Grade Content Area Standard (ex: 4.1 Grade 4 standard 1) Score (shown as a percentage %) NOTE: SOCIAL STUDIES ( 3 and 4)
Section 3 Attainment Task score sheet from test window 1 Supports sheet(s) for any modifications made to any of the task items from test window 1. (If no additional supports were required then a support sheet does not need to be completed) See next slide for example of Supports Sheet
Section 4 Attainment Task score sheet from test window 2 Supports sheet(s) for any modifications made to any of the task items from test window 2. (If no additional supports were required then a support sheet does not need to be submitted)
Section 5 Anecdotal Notes (supporting notes regarding specific student information, problems/errors on either of the Attainment Task test windows)
Section 6 TRANSITION ATTAINMENT RECORD (TAR) Applies only to students in grades 8, 10 and 11 Documentation concerning meeting held to complete the record (i.e., who, where, and when) Anecdotal Notes (supporting notes regarding specific student information or errors to report) Original completed Transition Attainment Record document
AAAF Storage Treated as secure/confidential materials. Locked within the classroom (ex: closet, filing cabinet, or desk and locked.)
AAAF Accountability AAAF monitored Within school (school administrators) Within district (district administrators) KDE monitored (Office of Assessment and Accountability) KDE Monitoring Random selection process District checklist may be completed (by district administration) KDE visit would ask to see multiple or all AAAF Folders for district
Review AAAF Content-The AAAF should only contain the following information: Student Information Page (required) Teacher Code of Ethics Teacher Quiz Certificates Work Sample (1per standard) Score Sheets/Support Sheet (Windows 1 and 2) Transition Attainment Record Information (applies only to grades 8, 10 and 11)
PART 2 AAAF Scoring Rubric Provided for classroom use. What the document looks like. Intent is to help teachers understand what information is reviewed when the AAAF’s are requested for submission at end of year. NOTE: This document is for district assistance only; no final score will be taken from the document scored in the district if KDE requests the AAAF for further review.
Page 1 Student, school and district information found on the Student Information Page along with submitting teachers name. Components: Student Information Page, Teacher Code of Ethics and Online Quiz (quizzes based on grade level of student). Organization: Organized (follow the layout of this training in part 1), Complete (all requested information included) Unorganized( when reviewer has to search for required materials submitted in the AAAF) Incomplete (when any required information is missing from the AAAF folder)
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Pages 2 and 3 Section 1 Work Sample Requirements: Must Include (no exceptions)- Student Name – John Doe Date of Sample – October 14, 2013 Grade – 4 th Content Area – Mathematics Standard – M 4.2 Score – 85% must be in % form Work Samples Must be Fully Aligned to Receive Credit Total Score from all Available Window 1Work Samples Based on Grade Range
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Pages 4 and 5 Section 2 Work Sample Requirements: Must Include (no exceptions)- Student Name – John Doe Date of Sample – April 12, 2014 Grade – 4 th Content Area – Mathematics Standard – M 4.6 Score – 85% must be in % form Work Samples Must be Fully Aligned to Receive Credit Total Score from all Available Window 2Work Samples Based on Grade Range
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Page 6 Section 3: Required Score Sheets from Window 1 Section 4: Required Score Sheets from Window 2 Section 5: Not Required to be Submitted Section 6: Applies only to Grades Where TAR is Administered Must Have Quiz Provided for TAR All Involved Committee Members Names Must be Submitted Must Obtain Original TAR Document
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Page 7 AAAF Monitoring Rubric: Breakdown of each Section Total Points from Components Total Points from Organization Total Points from Window 1 Work Samples Total Points from Window 2 Work Sample Total Points for Window 1 Score Sheet Provided Total Points for Window 2 Score Sheet Provided Total Points for TAR at TAR Grade Levels Total All Points for Overall Score/Compare Score to Cut Points at Bottom of Page 7
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