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Guiding Principles Extends MAP measurement scale Recaptures instructional time Provides efficient administration Creates instructional and assessment flexibility
Enhanced Item Styles Provide greater score reliability Increase efficiency Improve student engagement
Enhanced Item Styles
Tiered Assessment System Screening Tests(diagnostic) Assess basic letter/number skills Skills Checklist tests (diagnostic) Assess developing literacy/numeracy skills Survey with Goals tests (adaptive) Measures growth in reading and mathematics skills
Diagnostic Tests Screening and Skills Checklist Tests Measure acquisition of skills Use as often as instructionally useful Untimed Immediate results
Adaptive Tests Survey with Goals Tests Challenging and appropriate for every student Measures growth in student achievement Untimed Immediate results Can be used up to three times per year
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Groups students with similar learning needs in reading and math Can also breakdown by goal areas Use RIT ranges with Primary Grades Instructional Data Instructional Resources
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