Presentation on theme: "Stanford Achievement Test – Tenth Edition Grade 3 Alternate Assessment for Promotion 2013-14."— Presentation transcript:
Stanford Achievement Test – Tenth Edition Grade 3 Alternate Assessment for Promotion 2013-14
SAT-10 Reminders Untimed Test Administration Untimed Test Administration No extra marks in Test Books No extra marks in Test Books Administration Schedule Administration Schedule SAT-10 Reading Comprehension and Make-Up Administrations May 19-22, 2014 May 19-22, 2014 After FCAT scores are released assess those student who have not met promotion on the FCAT. After FCAT scores are released assess those student who have not met promotion on the FCAT.
Administration Accommodations Who is eligible? Who is eligible? ESE students with current IEPs LEP students 504 students (Arrangements made in advance) Possible Accommodations Possible Accommodations ESE/504 Students Presentation Presentation Responding Responding Scheduling Scheduling Setting Setting Assistive Devices Assistive Devices LEP Students Flexible Setting Flexible Setting Flexible Scheduling Flexible Scheduling Flexible Timing Flexible Timing Assistance with Directions in the heritage language Assistance with Directions in the heritage language Approved Translation Dictionary Approved Translation Dictionary
Materials Needed Directions for Administering Directions for Administering Test Booklets Test Booklets #2 Pencils #2 Pencils Administration Record (you may make your own) Administration Record (you may make your own) “Do Not Disturb” signs “Do Not Disturb” signs Student Labels Student Labels Labels were not created. Because District staff will be hand scoring these exams you only need to write the Student’s First and Last Name, SID number, School Name and Number at the top of the document.
Test Invalidation If any of the following occurs: If any of the following occurs: 1.Cheating or disruptive behavior 2.Illness during testing 3.Incorrect time 4.Incorrect preidentified information 5.Defective test/answer book Write Invalid in red on the front cover of the test book. Write Invalid in red on the front cover of the test book. Return with Not To Be Scored materials if test is invalidated Return with Not To Be Scored materials if test is invalidated
Administration Record Maintain a record of (you may make your own) Maintain a record of (you may make your own) All students participating in the SAT-10 Students absent on the regular administration date The date absent students make-up the test Students whose test books are invalidated Keep a copy of the forms on file at your school Keep a copy of the forms on file at your school
Test Security DO NOT Reveal or copy test items Reveal or copy test items Interpret items for students Interpret items for students Change or interfere with student responses Change or interfere with student responses Fail to follow security procedures and test administration directions Fail to follow security procedures and test administration directions leave materials unsecured leave materials unsecuredDO Collect materials daily Collect materials daily Place materials in locked storage Place materials in locked storage If materials are missing, If materials are missing, initiate a thorough investigation IMMEDIATELY contact Student Assessment & School Performance at (754) 321-4250
Test Administrator Responsibilities Before Testing: Prepare room for testing by covering all visual aids Receive materials needed for testing Check student labels Complete ESE/504/LEP information (Sections 10 & 11) using page 7 from the Directions for Administering During Testing: Distribute materials Read appropriate scripts VERBATIM (Directions Pages 9-13) Keep time Maintain test security After Testing: Collect materials Check student grid sheets Complete the Administration Record Notify School Coordinator of any missing materials
Test Administrator Material Return Stack materials in this order: 1.Absent students (hold for make-up) 2.TO BE SCORED test materials 3.Directions for Administering 4.Administration Record 5.All NOT TO BE SCORED materials (Unused and Invalidated test books)
School Coordinator Responsibilities Before Testing: Receive and inventory test materials Train Test Administrators Arrange for implementation of accommodations Assign proctors During Testing: Supervise test administration Maintain test security Supervise make-up administrations
School Coordinator Responsibilities After Testing: Verify return of all secure materials Verify return of all secure materials Notify Student Assessment & School Performance of any missing materials Notify Student Assessment & School Performance of any missing materials Complete Materials Return Form Complete Materials Return Form File your Administration Records File your Administration Records