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  • Rochester City School District Grade 2 Mathematics Performance Assessments September 2013
  • Purpose for Assessments To meet the goals of Common Core State Standards, it is imperative that teachers have evidence of the progress students are making towards required fluencies and understandings. Performance assessments allow the teacher to measure student acquisition of Common Core content with respect to specific standards of performance. Teachers will be able to record this information on task rubrics and have a baseline to begin measuring student progress.
  • Using Link It • This school year, LinkIt! is the system we are using for Performance-based assessments • LinkIt is an electronic scoring program, which provides an interface for teachers to score Performance-based assessments • Tutorials have been prepared that will walk teachers through the process of the login and scoring process. There will be opportunities to sign-up for LinkIt! training in AVATAR.
  • Logging into LinkIt Step 1: Go to https://rcsd.linkit.com/ Step 2: Enter your username and password. Your username is your 7-digit teacher number. Your temporary password is also your 7-digit teacher number. Upon first log-in, you will be asked to change your temporary password. If you ever forget your password, you could use the “lost password” function on the log-in page, which will email you a temporary password.
  • Timeline for Assessment • Pre-assessment: Given September 2013 – Pre-assessment given to all students by classroom teacher. • Post-assessment: Given May-June 2014 – Post-assessment given to all students by cooperating teacher within grade level.
  • How to read the RCSD K-2 Assessment Each RCSD K-2 Mathematics Assessment is organized in a table with six main sections: 1) Domain 2) Performance Task Identification Number 3) Cluster 4) Common Core Standard(s) 5) Materials 6) Task Description
  • How to read the RCSD K-2 Assessment Domain Performance Task # Cluster CC Standard Materials Task
  • Templates and Student Recording Sheets • Templates – On card stock – One for the entire class used inside a sheet protector and dry erase marker – Needed on tasks 2, 4 (needs to be cut out), 11c, 12, 13 – Provided in kit for teacher • Student Recording Sheets – One needed for each student – Can be printed from Linkit – Needed on tasks 1, 3-11
  • Rochester City School District Mathematics Performance Assessment Rubrics • Each task has a rubric to measure student performance. While the task may have multiple parts, accumulated points will generate a total score for task between 1 and 4. This score will entered onto a scanning sheet.
  • Directions 1. When assessing students, have all materials printed and prepared ahead. 2. Be sure you have all three assessment packets for your grade level. You should have the assessment packet (on Link It) , the rubric packet (on Link It) and the recording sheets packet (On Link It). 3. Each student will need a copy of this rubric for recording purposes. 4. The teacher only needs one copy of the Grade 2 Performance assessment itself, but should make one copy for each student of the recording sheets within the assessment. 5. First administration (September) may be done by the student’s classroom teacher. Second administration must be done by a teacher who is NOT directly responsible for student’s scores. 6. The administrating teacher must circle the box or boxes on each rubric that correspond to the student’s performance on each part of the performance tasks. 7. Points are awarded for each category. Any item/s circled in the below proficient column is awarded 1 point. Any item/s circled in the partially proficient column is awarded 2 points. Any item/s circled in the proficient column is awarded 3 points. Any item/s circled in the excelled column is awarded 4 points. 8. Points are totaled for each task and the task is scored at the bottom of the page based on the range of total points for a total performance score (for the teacher) of Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 or Level 4.
  • Whole Group vs Individually Administered • Some of the tasks on this assessment can be administered to the entire class of students at the same time. Other tasks must be administered to one student at a time. Teachers have the flexibility to test students individually over the span of the testing window. It is not necessary to administer the entire test in one day.
  • Task 1 • This task can be administered whole group
  • Task 2 • This task should be administered 1-1 because of the manipulation of tiles to make an array.
  • Task 3 • This task can be administered whole group
  • Task 4 • This task can be administered whole group
  • Task 5 • This task should be administered 1-1
  • Task 6 • This task can be administered whole group
  • Task 7 • This task can be administered whole group
  • Task 8 • This task can be administered whole group
  • Task 9 • This task can be administered whole group
  • Task 10 • This task can be administered whole group
  • Task 11 • This task must be administered one to one so that the teacher can observe how the student divides the rectangles and circles.
  • Task 12 • This task must be administered one to one because the teacher must observe the student setting the Judy clock after telling the student the time to set
  • Task 13 • This task can be administered whole group.
  • Logging into LinkIt Step 1: Go to https://rcsd.linkit.com/ Step 2: Enter your username and password. Your username is your 7-digit teacher number. Your temporary password is also your 7-digit teacher number. Upon first log-in, you will be asked to change your temporary password. If you ever forget your password, you could use the “lost password” function on the log-in page, which will email you a temporary password.