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STANFORD ACHIEVEMENT TEST, 10th EDITION (SAT-10) Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2

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  1. STANFORD ACHIEVEMENT TEST, 10th EDITION (SAT-10)Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2 Test Chairperson Training February 11, 13 and 15, 2013

  2. Agenda • Registration • Sign-in • Pick-up Training Packet • SAT-10, K-2 District-wide • Schedule of Activities and Who’s Tested • Preparing for Testing • Review of the SAT-10 Program Guide • Training Test Administrators and Proctors • Test Security • Administering the Test • Returning Materials • Questions and Answers

  3. Key Dates • February 25 ID Header Sheets preprinted by ITS • March 4-8 SAT-10 materials delivered to schools • April 5Deadline for schools to conduct training sessions • April 9-16 Testing window for visually impaired students • April 9Sentence Reading subtest: Kindergarten • Reading Comprehension subtest: Grades 1 and 2 • April 10Mathematics subtest: Kindergarten • Mathematics: Problem Solving subtest: Grades 1 and 2 • April 11-12 Make-up testing for all grade levels Program Guide pg. 2

  4. Key Dates, Continued • April 11-17 Hand deliver all “To Be Scored” and “Not To Be Scored” materials directly to the Test Distribution Center (TDC) by 3:30 p.m. • May 3Deadline for submitting missing materials/security investigations Program Guide pg. 2

  5. STUDENTS TO BE TESTED • All kindergarten, grade 1 and 2 students in the district, including: • English Language Learners (ELLs) regardless of time in an ESOL program; and • Most students with disabilities • Home Education Program Students (Location #8015) • Miami-Dade Online Academy Students (Location #7001). Program Guide pg. 3

  6. The only students who may be exempted are: • Students with disabilities who have a current Individual Education Plan (IEP) that specifies the student is exempt from standardized testing; OR • Student who has a temporary physical disability (e.g., broken arm) or temporary emotional problem, (e.g., recent death in the family). • Students designated exempt from standardized testing on the IEP. • Students who are visually impaired and the test format is not available. • List exempt students on the Record of Absences, Exemptions and Invalidations form. Division of Special Education, 305-995-1721 Program Guide pg. 5

  7. OPT(ional) Field Codes Codes for Students with Disabilities and Section 504

  8. ACCOMMODATIONS • Determine which students need accommodations. • Any student with accommodations documented on an IEP must receive them. • Review accommodations for LEP students on page 4 in the program guide. • Review accommodations for students with disabilities on pages 5-6 in the program guide. Program Guide pgs. 4-6

  9. Test Chairperson Responsibilities – Preparing for Testing • Carefully check all received testing materials and make sure quantities are sufficient. • Secure materials in an access-restricted area. • Ensure that a list of students entering on or after February 25is maintained. • Make testing room arrangements. • Inform parents of testing schedule. • Sort and arrange testing materials for each test administrator. • Prepare teacher count sheets. • Account for and distribute testing materials each day of testing. Program Guide pgs. 7, 29-33

  10. Test Chairperson Responsibilities – Preparing for Testing Continued • Train test administrators and proctors on the following: • Who must be tested • Testing schedule • Administration Procedures • Test room conditions • Following the script for administering the SAT-10 • Handling special considerations such as invalidations and absences • Procedures to account for and handle secure test materials Program Guide pgs. 7, 26-28

  11. A Note about Testing Time • The times provided for the SAT-10 are approximate times only, and should be appropriate for most standard curriculum students. • Students who need additional time to complete the assessment should be allowed to finish the test. • Accommodations may be provided to students with disabilities and LEP students, as determined appropriate. Program Guide pgs. 10-11

  12. Testing Schedule

  13. Administration Reminders • District provided paper rulers • Kindergarten • Sentence Reading subtest: Use the blank side as a marker • Mathematics: Use the blank side as a marker. • Grades 1 and 2 • Reading Comprehension subtest: Use the blank side as a marker • Mathematics Problem Solving: Ruler is required to complete test items. • Mathematics/Mathematics Problem Solving • Test questions can only be read once for all standard curriculum students in grades K-2. However, ELL and SPED students in grades K-2 may have test questions reread or clarified on a one -on-one basis IF students request it. Program Guide pg. 11 and 13

  14. ABSENCES AND INVALIDATIONS • Make provisions for make-up testing for students who are absent during the testing window. • The following circumstances may require a subtest(s) to be invalidated: - A student fails to follow instructions. - A student is observed giving or receiving assistance. - A student exhibits behavior that disrupts other students. Program Guide pg. 13

  15. “OTHER INFORMATION”FIELD CODES Program Guide pg. 9

  16. Required Materials • Test materials for each student (test booklet, ID Header) • Sharpened #2 pencils • Scratch paper (mathematics subtest K-2) • Centimeter/inch ruler (both subtests/K-2) • Directions for Administering SESAT 2 (orange kindergarten)Directions for Administering the Stanford Select Primary 1 (green 1st grade)and Primary 2 (blue 2nd grade) • Do Not Disturb sign Program Guide pgs. 11-12

  17. Test Materials Each student must be assigned a ‘set’ of materials consisting of a test booklet and an ID Header Sheet . Test Booklets • Complete student info on top line on the back of test booklet including student name, teacher, and school. • NO BUBBLING IS REQUIRED on the test booklet. • Students bubble answers in the test booklets. ID Header Sheets • Students enrolled on or before February 25, 2013, will have pre-printed ID Header Sheets. • ID Header Sheets must be hand bubbled for all other students. Program Guide pgs. 8, 41-42

  18. ID HEADER SHEETREQUIRED FIELDS • Student’s Name • ID Number (7 digits) • School Location (4 digits) • Student’s Current Grade Program Guide pg. 8 and 41

  19. Back Cover of SAT-10 Test Booklet Program Guide pg. 42

  20. 1 = NAME - Beginning at the left: Student's last name, first name, and middle initial 2 = STUDENT'S ID NUMBER - Student's 7-digit ID number 3 = SCHOOL - School's 4-digit location number 4 = GRADE - Student's grade level 5 = FORM - Obsolete (Leave Blank) 6 = OPT(ional): A = Not Tested - Exempt – Exceptional H = Not Tested - Other 7 = OTHER INFORMATION - Code absent, invalid, or accommodation, by subtest, as appropriate See chart on page s 9-10 Sample Student Identification (ID) Header Sheet Program Guide pg. 41

  21. Damaged Test Booklets • Transfer student ID info and student responses to a new booklet. • Write “Damaged” across the front cover. • Verify that the transferred information is correct and submit replacement test booklet with the other “To Be Scored” test materials for scoring. • Pack the damaged test booklet in Box #1 of the “Not To Be Scored” testing materials. Program Guide pg. 15

  22. Test Chairperson Responsibilities- Following the Completion of All Testing • Prepare materials for return. • Assemble sets of student test materials, by grade as specified. • Package “To Be Scored” materials and “Not To Be Scored” materials. • Submit a written account of any missing test booklets or testing irregularities to Student Assessment and Educational Testing by May 3, 2013. • Submit all original forms and make copies for your records. Program Guide pgs. 15--17

  23. PACKING “TO BE SCORED” MATERIALS Program Guide pg. 18

  24. PACKING “NOT TO BE SCORED” MATERIALS Program Guide pg. 20

  25. Tentative Report Schedule • June 2013 School Listing of Results • July 2013 School Summary Report Posted to ARDA Website August 2013 Individual Student Reports (ISRs) Program Guide pg. 21

  26. Required Forms • Teacher Count Sheets • Record of Absences, Exemptions, and Invalidations • Return Packing List for “To Be Scored” Materials • Return Packing List for “Not To Be Scored” Materials • School Procedural Checklist Program Guide pgs. 36-39

  27. Reminders • Testing window: April 9 – 12, 2013 • All kindergarten students district-wide will be testing with the SAT-10 level SESAT 2. • All students K-2 will be provided the district centimeter rulers for both subtests tested. • All students K-2 will have practice test materials. • No Preview for Parents

  28. Contact Information • For information about when to test, who to test, testing procedures, and testing accommodations, please contact: Ms. Mayda Cabeza, Director I Student Assessment and Educational Testing 1450 N.E. 2nd Ave. Suite 208 Phone: 305-995-7520 Mail Code: 9023 Fax: 305-995-7522 Email: • For additional testing materials and assistance with packing, please contact: Ms. Magaly Hernandez, Supervisor I Test Distribution Center (TDC) 13135 S.W. 26 Street Phone: 305-995-3743 Mail Code: 9038 Fax: 305-995-3963 Email:

  29. Sources For Information • For additional Test Chairperson resources, please visit the Student Assessment and Educational Testing district web page at:

  30. Q & A Session?