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  1. Assessment Literacy Interim Assessment Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 1

  2. Essential Questions • What are the differences between a formative, summative and an interim assessment? • Why do we give assessments and what are the criteria we use to determine a good assessment? • What does the Kansas Interim Assessment program look like and how do we implement it in our building, classroom or district? • How do we interpret and use the results from the Kansas Interim Assessment to drive instructional decisions in the classroom? Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 2

  3. What is Assessment? • Formative • Summative • Portfolio • Criterion-referenced • Norm-referenced • Interim • Performance • Diagnostic • Authentic Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 3

  4. Key Terms – Summative • Assessment • Summative Assessment –given at the end; used to judge the final quality and quantity of student achievement and /or the success of the instructional program (sum it up) • Assessment of learning • Examples: Kansas Math Assessment, Kansas Reading Assessment, Semester Exam, etc. Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 4

  5. Key Terms – Formative • Assessment • Formative Assessment – checkpoints of learning; snapshots; used to inform instruction and essential learning; periodic collection of information to provide feedback concerning progress toward achieving learning goals; provides the information needed to adjust teaching and learning while they are happening (inform along the way) • Assessment forlearning! Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 5

  6. A Thought… “When the cook tastes the soup, that's formative. When the guests taste the soup, that's summative.” Robert Stake Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 6

  7. Interim Assessment • Evaluate students’ knowledge and skills relative to a specific set of goals or indicators • Assessment ofand for learning • Administered between formative and summative assessments • Predicts achievement • Benchmark Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 7

  8. Activity One 1 Define Assessment by answering the essential question: What are the differences between Formative, Summative and Interim Assessment? Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT

  9. Why do we assess? • diagnosing students’ strengths and weaknesses (needs) • monitoring students’ progress • Using data to guide or “drive” the instruction we provide (tool for learning) Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 8

  10. Why do we assess? • determining one’s own instructional effectiveness • curriculum needs • assigning grades, placement • BECAUSE of district, state, and federal requirements Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 9

  11. Criteria for a good assessment • aligned to the curriculum • designed prior to instruction • matches instruction • tests what is taught • drives instructional decisions Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 10

  12. If we want to use assessment as a tool for learning… • We must be able to answer… • What is it we want all students to learn? • How will we know when each student has mastered the essential learning? • How will we respond when a student experiences difficulty in learning? • How will we deepen the learning for students who have already mastered the essential knowledge and skills? Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 11

  13. Activity Two 2 complete Activity Two: Who do we give assessments and what are the criteria we use to determine a good assessment? Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT

  14. Begin with the End in Mind… • KS Math Assessment – April (Summative) • CETE Formative Assessments – (on-going assessments to monitor student learning of targeted indicators) • KS Interim Assessments (3 data points/benchmarks) Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 12

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  17. CETE Formative Assessments • How do we use the CETE Formative assessment? • Are you using the CETE formative assessments? How do you use the CETE formative site? Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 15 If a formative assessment is that along the way assessment if it helps teachers determine next steps during the learning process

  18. CETE Formative Assessments • Peak usage…for the formative site is in Feb. and March Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 16

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  20. Kansas Interim Assessment • Designed as a tool teachers may use to gauge the progress their students have made with regard to the tested indicators at their grade level. • Provides an estimate of achievement on tested indicators at three different points prior to the administration of the KS assessment Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 18

  21. Kansas Interim Assessment • Administered online using the KCA site • Takes one class period to administer • Designed as a multi-stage adaptive test. • Multiple choice • Each test consists of three parts • Students will receive more challenging or less challenging parts based on their responses to previous parts during the test session Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 19

  22. Interim Assessment Structure * Arrows indicate possible test assignments. VH H Hard MH M Med ME Easy E FirstTestlet VE Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 20

  23. Kansas Interim Assessment Formative Assessment Interim 1 Interim 2 Interim 3 Summative Oct. 30 – Dec. 30 Jan. 1 – Feb. 28 Formative Assessment Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 21-22

  24. A Thought… “Until you have data as a backup, you’re just another person with an opinion.” Dr. Perry Gluckman Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 23

  25. Interim Assessment • Scores on the interim assessment will be on the same scale as scores on the KS assessment (NCLB) assessment for the same grade and subject. • Scores are available electronically • Class Roster Reports, Class Score Distribution, Indicator Information, etc. Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 24

  26. Class Roster Reports Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 25

  27. CETE Website Resources • Box and Whisper Plots https://www.cete.us/kay/documentation • CETE provides excellent resources to enhance your understanding of box and whisper plots. Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 26

  28. Activity Three 3 Activity three answers the essential question: What does the Kansas Interim Assessment Program look like and how do we implement it in our building, classroom or district? Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT

  29. Impacting Instruction… • If a student received a 74 on the taught indicators and a 34 on the entire test…what does that mean? • Students understood most of the concepts that were taught • With regular “cyclic review” of the taught items you may not need to dig any deeper. Interim 2 will help you see if the concepts are still understood! • Cyclic review – daily math warm-ups (3-4 problems) Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 27

  30. Impacting Instruction… • However… If a student received a 44 on the taught indicators and a 34 on the entire test…what does that mean? • The student did not understand that concepts that were taught! • Use formative assessments – before/after • Specific re-teaching of indicators, “daily cyclic review” of the taught items Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 28

  31. Goal Setting, Test Talks… Sample goal: • I want to improve my score from a 44 to a 70 on the interim assessment given in December. • I will improve my score by asking my teacher for help on daily lessons when I don’t understand. I will do my homework. I will check over my work. Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 29 Students should have the opportunity to see their results and set goals for the next assessment. Teacher, principal test talks are another way to help students understand and focus on learning needs.

  32. Goal Setting and Test Talks… • Allow students to reflect on their learning • Have students keep charts to “track” their learning Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 30a

  33. Interim Assessment Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 30b

  34. Some Thoughts… What will I do differently in my instruction? Interim data “big picture” leads to more diagnosis. Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 31

  35. Think Time…Assessment • The term assessment is derived from the Latin root assidere meaning “to sit beside” • a broad term referring to the process of gathering and synthesizing information • “Testing” is one type of assessment! Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 32-33

  36. You are what you assess! • AND…if good assessment drives instruction! • We must be a good consumer, armed with knowledge about assessment! Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT 34

  37. Activity Four 4 Activity four helps you reflect on the essential question: How will you use the Interim assessment to improve student learning if you classroom, building or district? Kansas State Department of Education ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT ASSESSMENT LITERACY PROJECT