CAASPP 2014

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Join us for a timely and necessary workshop to prepare teachers for for upcoming CAASPP.

Teachers will walk away with:

A slew of resources to reference beyond the workshop time itself

Experience practicing with the performance tasks (as your students will be doing)

Management tips for the performance tasks

An understanding of what is necessary to prepare for and manage testing in the classroom

Connections made through collaborative conversations about the skills needed for you and your students to walk into the CAASPP prepared

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CAASPP 2014

  1. 1. Preparing for the Field Test CA Assessment of Student Performance & Progress Karen Larson klarson@sccoe.org Martin Cisneros mcisneros@sccoe.org Academic Technology Specialists
  2. 2. 2 bit.ly/CAASPPprep CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  3. 3. 3 Why Are You Here? CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  4. 4. 4 CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  5. 5. 5 Improving Teaching & Learning Teachers   and     schools  have     information  and     tools  they  need  to     improve  teaching     and  learning Common     Core  State     Standards     specify     K-­‐12     expectations     for  college     and  career     readiness   All  students     leave     high  school     college     and  career     ready   Summative:     College  and  career     readiness     assessments  for     accountability Formative  resources:     Supporting     classroom-­‐based     assessments  to     improve  instruction   Interim:     Flexible  and  open     assessments,  used     for  actionable     feedback     CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  6. 6. 6 Smarter  Balanced     Evidence  -­‐  Centered  Design     ! •   Identify  Claims  –   Students   will  be  college  and  career   ready         •   Determine  Targets         •   Collect   evidence   through   student  assessment  which   support  the  claim(s)     CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  7. 7. 7 SBAC Claims: What’s being measured... Mathematics  Items           Claim  #1  –  Concepts  &  Procedures
 Students  can  explain  and  apply  mathematical  concepts  and  interpret  and  carry  out   mathematical  procedures  with  precision  and  fluency.         Claim  #2  –  Problem  Solving
 Students  can  solve  a  range  of  complex  well  posed  problems  in  pure  and  applied   mathematical,  making  productive  use  of  knowledge  and  problem  solving  strategies.   ! Claim  #3  -­‐  Communicating  Reasoning
 Students  can  clearly  and  precisely  construct  viable  arguments  to  support  their  own   reasoning  and  to  critique  the  reasoning  of  others.   ! Claim  #4  -­‐  Modeling  and  Data  Analysis
 Students  can  analyze  complex,  real-­‐world  scenarios  and  can  construct  and  use   mathematical  models  to  interpret  and  solve  problems. CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  8. 8. 8 SBAC Claims: What’s being measured... English  Language  Arts  Items       Claim  #1
 Students  can  read  closely  and  analytically  to  comprehend  a  range  of  increasingly   complex  literary  and  informational  texts.       Claim  #2
 Students  can  produce  effective  and  well-­‐grounded  writing  for  a  range  of  purposes   and  audiences   ! Claim  #3
 Students  can  employ  effective  speaking  and  listening  skills  for  a  range  of  purposes   and  audiences.     ! Claim  #4
 Students  can  engage  in  research/inquiry  to  investigate  topics  and  to  analyze,   integrate,  and  present  information. CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
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  10. 10. 10 Depth of Knowledge - Sample Tasks CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  11. 11. 11 Smarter Balanced Assessments are one component in California’s Testing System now known as: ! California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress CAASPP CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  12. 12. 12 CAASPP Elements Include… •Smarter Balanced Assessments •California English Language Development Tests •California High School Exit Exam •Early Assessment Program •California Alternative Performance Assessment CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
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  16. 16. 16 •Field Test window for most Santa Clara County Schools: March 25 - May 16, 2014 •Will assess students in grades 3-8 and 11. •Grades 3-8: All students are expected to participate in ELA and Math. •Grade 11: Students selected for the scientific sample are expected to participate; all others may participate. Smarter Balanced Spring 2014 Field Test CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  17. 17. 17 •Test will be approximately 3.5 - 4 hours long •No paper-and-pencil version will be available •No student, school, or district score reports will be produced •Results will not be factored into any state or federal accountability calculations Smarter Balanced Spring 2014 Field Test CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  18. 18. 18 Each participating student in Grades 3-8 and 11 will experience • 25 ELA questions • 25 mathematics questions • 1 performance task Scientific sample will be comprised of 20 percent of students across consortium states (10 percent for ELA and 10 percent for math) Smarter Balanced Spring 2014 Field Test CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  19. 19. 19 Smarter Balanced Spring 2014 Field Test CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  20. 20. 20 No testing! April 10 - 13 & May 8 - 11 For System Maintenance Smarter Balanced Spring 2014 Field Test CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  21. 21. 21 Presentation Checkpoint! Given  this  information,  what  are  your   areas  of  readiness  and  concern  for  the   2014  Field  Test? CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  22. 22. 22 Six Item Types • Selected  Responses   • Constructed  Responses   • Extended  Responses   • Performance  Tasks   • Technology  Enabled   • Technology  Enhanced CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  23. 23. 23 Methods of Response • Multiple  Choice   • one  correct  response   • multiple  correct   responses   • two-­‐part   • Matching  tables   • yes/no   • true/false   • Fill-­‐in  tables • Select  or  order  text  or   graphics   • Drag  and  Drop   • Graphing   • Equation  or  numeric   response   • Short  text   • Long  essay CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  24. 24. 24 Testing  with  iPads   ! • On  Screen   Keyboard   • Headphones   • Guided  Access  ON Logitech  Wired  Keyboard  for  iPad CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  25. 25. 25 Testing  with   Chromebooks   ! • Trackpad  vs  Mouse   • Headphones CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
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  27. 27. 27 Presentation Checkpoint Partner  A:  What’s  your  ‘elevator   speech’  on  the  SBAC  for  Staff?   Partner  B:  What’s  your  ‘elevator   speech’  on  the  SBAC  for  Parents? CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  28. 28. 28 Student  and  teacher   familiarity  with  tech   interface  and  SBAC  item   types  is  encouraged • Operating  multiple  screens/windows  with  scroll  bars   • Manipulating  objects   • Calculators  &  Spreadsheets   • Entering  &  Editing  Text   • Making  Answer  Corrections   • Accessing  SBAC  Accommodations   CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  29. 29. 29 New Training Test • Purpose:  Provide  students  with  opportunity  to  quickly   become  familiar  with  the  software  and  interface   features  that  will  be  used  in  the  field  test   • Grades  3-­‐5,  6-­‐8  and  11   • 6-­‐9  items  per  grade  per  content  area   • Includes  new  item  types   • Matching  tables  (ELA  and  math)   • Fill  in  tables  (math)   • Evidence  based  selected  response  (ELA)   • Includes  all  universal  tools,  designated  supports   and  accommodations   • No  performance  tasks CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
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  32. 32. 32 Testing Times CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  33. 33. 33 Students   engage  with   text  in  new   ways Demo Time! CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  34. 34. 34 Planning and Logistics CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  35. 35. 35 Planning and Logistics Field  Test  Details   Participants  include  students  in    grades  3-­‐8,  11  and  a  small   sample  of  students  in  grades  9  and  10   ! The  field  test  is  estimated  to  take  approximately  3.5-­‐4   hours  though  it  is  un-­‐timed   ! Content:   • 25  ELA  questions   • 25  mathematics  questions   • 1  performance  task  (either  ELA  or  math;  there  will  be  a   prescribed  classroom  activity  prior  to  performance  tasks CAASSP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  36. 36. 36 Planning and Logistics Field  Test  Details   Field  Test  window  for  most  Santa  Clara  County  Schools  is   March  25  -­‐  May  16,  2014   ! Grade  11  students  are  encouraged  but  not  required  to   participate   ! Students  exempt  from  participation  in  the  field  test:   • students  who  take  the  California  Alternate  Performance   Assessment  (CAPA)   • for  ELA  only,  English  learners  who  have  attended  school   in  the  united  States  for  less  than  12  months CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  37. 37. 37 Planning and Logistics Preparation  for  the  Field  Test   • Secure Test Web Browsers! The  Field  Test  secure  browser  must  be  downloaded  on   each  computer  or  tablet  being  used  for  testing.  The   browser  can  be  installed  individually  or  deployed  to  all   computers  through  a  network.   ! The  secure  browser  prevents  access  to  other  online   applications  during  testing  and  ensures  that  test  items   cannot  be  copied.   ! Schools  that  have  accessed  other  versions  of  a  secure   browser  must  download  the  current  Field  Test  secure   browser. CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  38. 38. 38 Planning and Logistics Preparation  for  the  Field  Test   • Install  and  test  peripheral  equipment   ! Desktop  and  laptop  computers   Headphones  for  audio  components   ! iPads  &  tablets   Keyboard  (wired  keyboards  are  preferable  to   Bluetooth)   Headphones  for  audio  components   ! Chromebooks   Pointing  devices  (mice)   Headphones  for  audio  components CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  39. 39. 39 Planning and Logistics Field  Test  Details   Test  Proctors  =  designed  school  staff  to  use  TIDE  (Test   Information  Distribution  Engine)  system  need  to  be   present  in  each  testing  room   ! Eligible  individuals:   • State  certified  educators  -­‐  teachers,  administrators,  and   guidance  counselors   • Paraprofessionals  -­‐  must  be  closely  supervised  by  an  on-­‐ site,  state-­‐certified  educator   • Substitute  teachers  -­‐  if  not  credentialed  in  California,   substitutes  must  be  closely  supervised  by  an  on-­‐site,   state-­‐certified  educator CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  40. 40. 40 Planning and Logistics Field  Test  Details   Sessions  per  Student Spreadsheet  available  at  bit.ly/CAASPPprep CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  41. 41. 41 Planning and Logistics Field  Test  Details   Device  and  Time  Allocation Spreadsheet  available  at  bit.ly/CAASPPprep CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  42. 42. 42 Presentation Checkpoint What  are  your  logistical  challenges? CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  43. 43. 43 Promote  Understanding  with  Staff,  Students,  Parents  &   Policymakers CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  44. 44. 44 Planning and Logistics Participating  Student  Names  &  Grades   Integration  with  CALPADS   • Frequency  of  data  extracts  from  CALPADS  yet  to  be  determined   • CDE  will  notify  LEAs  of  data  elements  and    pull  dates   Test  registration  system   • TIDE  (Test  Information  Distribution  Engine)   • Student  demographic/program  data  cannot  be  changed  by  LEAs   once  in  TIDE;  changes  need  to  be  made  in  CALPADS   • LEAs  will  be  responsible  for  providing  accommodations  data CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  45. 45. 45 Planning and Logistics CALPADS  and  Smarter  Balance  Field  Test District  or  Independent   Charter  School CDE  CALPADS  System CA  Smarter  Balanced   Student  Registration   System  (TIDE) Student-­‐level   CALPADS  submission *Reference  Smarter  Balanced  Usability,  Accessibility,  and  Accommodations  Guidelines  (httpp://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sa/access.asp) CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  46. 46. 46 Presentation Checkpoint Thinking  about  students  at  your  school(s)  who  will  be   taking  the  Spring  Field  Test,  how  much  difference  do  you   think  there  is  between  the  current  roster  and  the  last   CALPADS  update? CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  47. 47. 47 Smarter Balanced Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Guidelines • Approved  by  the  governing  states  on  September  11,   2013   • Three  types  of  student  support  offered:   • Universal  Tools   • Designated  Supports   • Accommodations   CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
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  53. 53. 53 http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sa/access.asp CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  54. 54. 54 Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Guidelines • Spreadsheet  tool  for  planning  SBAC   Accommodations   CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  55. 55. 55 Sample District/School Plan for 2014 Field Test Activities CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
  56. 56. 56 Resources to Support Your Work with the 2014 SBAC Field Test Planned  Real  Time  &     Recorded  Webinars   http://californiatac.org CAASPP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep
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  59. 59. 59 bit.ly/CAASPPprep CAASSP  2014  Workshop  -­‐  bit.ly/CAASPPprep Karen Larson klarson@sccoe.org Martin Cisneros mcisneros@sccoe.org Academic Technology Specialists

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