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  1. WebEx Housekeeping

  2. Contacting DRC

  3. Key Dates – Material Delivery March-April 2014 DTCS inside front cover

  4. Key Dates – Testing Window March-April 2014 TAM inside front cover

  5. Key Dates – Material Return April 2014 DTCS inside front cover

  6. What’s New for Spring 2014? TAM Appendix C

  7. What’s New for Spring 2014? TAM pp. 31 – 32

  8. What’s New for Spring 2014? TAM inside front cover, TAM Appendix C

  9. What’s New for Spring 2014? DTCS p. 6

  10. STC/TA Training Tool

  11. Test Security Information in TAM TAM pp. 3 – 12

  12. Test Security Information in TAM TAM pp. 3 – 12

  13. Materials Inventory Process • Retain original shipping boxes. • Verify boxes against the School Box Range Sheet. • District boxes are white; school boxes are brown. • Record ANY missing materials.Note on the security checklist. • Immediately notify DRC of any discrepancies. • Review packing lists and verify security ranges against the security checklist. TAM pp. 29; DTCS p. 1

  14. Additional Materials • Districts will be charged for: • Districts will not be charged for: • materials not ordered via precode or online enrollment. • materials needed for students with IEP changes that are made after the precode submission. • materials for a new student. • materials to replace those damaged during shipment. • materials ordered via precode or online enrollment but not received. • additional administration materials. DTCS p. 2

  15. Additional Materials • Consider whether materials can be reused before ordering additional materials. • Materials such as Oral Administration Scripts, CD-ROMs, Braille CDs, and sign language DVDs may be reused. • Use the Intra-District Transfer Form to transfer materials between schools in your district. • Carefully assess your need for additional materials. DTCS p. 2

  16. Additional Materials • Additional materials may be ordered between • March 19 • and April 17. • Anelectronic order form will be posted to eDIRECT. This form may be completed and e-mailed to the SC Project Team. • Orders received before 4:00 p.m. Eastern time will be processed on the same day and shipped via overnight delivery. DTCS p. 2

  17. Security Checklists TAM pp. 11 – 12; DTCS p. 1

  18. Security Checklists TAM pp. 11 – 12; DTCS p. 1

  19. Security Checklists – Paper TAM pp. 11 – 12; DTCS p. 1

  20. Electronic Security Checklists TAM pp. 11 – 12; DTCS p. 1

  21. Questions

  22. HSAP Spring 2014 Documents

  23. Administering the Test TAM pp. 49 – 68

  24. Administering the Test TAM pp. 49 – 68

  25. Form A Test Materials • Test Booklet • Oral Administration Script or Audio CD-ROM • ELA and Mathematics • Students must answer in their answer document (unless their IEPs state otherwise). • Use with any Form A ELA or mathematics test booklets when oral administration is specified in a student’s IEP. • Use when the testing of an LEP student requires an oral administration of the mathematics test. • Audio CD-ROMs are PC-compatible and are designed for use with a computer only.

  26. Form A Test Materials

  27. Form C Test Materials TAM Appendix C

  28. Form C Test Materials TAM Appendix C

  29. Response Options – Responding in Test Booklet TAM Appendix C

  30. Response Options – Responding on Separate Paper TAM Appendix C

  31. Response Options – Responding on Separate Paper TAM Appendix C

  32. Response Options – Responding on Separate Paper - ELA TAM Appendix C

  33. Response Options – Responding on Separate Paper – Math TAM Appendix C

  34. Response Options – Responding on Separate Paper • Form A Large-Print and Form C Braille TAM Appendix C

  35. Questions

  36. Pre-printed Answer Documents TAM pp. 30 – 32

  37. Pre-printed Answer Documents • If pre-printed student information is incorrect, use an Override Linking Label and code the correct information by hand. • Coding the student’s name by hand onto a pre-printed answer document is not mandatory, but is strongly recommended. • Precoded and hand-coded information appear in different columns on the data file. • DRC uses hand-coded information as a double check if answer document information needs to be researched. TAM pp. 30 – 32; Appendix A

  38. New Student Precode Labels • NewStudent Precode Labels are produced for new students appearing on the March update precode file. TAM Appendix A

  39. Labeling – Answer Documents New Student Precode Labels Use both labels for students taking both tests. Use one label – ELA or mathematics – for students taking only one test. Destroy the unused label in the pair. TAM Appendix A

  40. Labeling – Answer Documents Override Linking Labels • Override Linking Labels mustbe used for students who did not receive a pre-printed answer document, a New Student Precode Label, or whose pre-printed information is incorrect. • Each sheet contains five pairsof white Override Linking Labels,side-by-side. Complete all information on each label. • Hand-coding the student’s name on the answer document is mandatory. If the student’s name is not hand-coded, the student will be reported as “No Name Available.” • Grid all applicable demographic information on the student’s answer document. TAM Appendix A

  41. Labeling – Answer Documents Override Linking Labels Use both labels for students taking both tests. Use one label – ELA or mathematics – for students taking only one test. Destroy the unused label in the pair. TAM Appendix A

  42. Labeling – Answer Documents Home School Labels • Home School Labels are provided to DTCs. • Apply the ivoryHome School Labels to answer documents used by home school students. Complete all information on each label. • On the answer document, write “Home School” in the School Name box and the district name in the District Name box. • Hand-coding the student’s name on the answer document is mandatory. If the student’s name is not hand-coded, the student will be reported as “No Name Available.” • Grid all applicable demographic information on the student’s answer document. TAM Appendix A

  43. Labeling – Answer Documents Home School Labels • Use both labels for students taking both tests. • Use one label – ELA or mathematics – for students taking only one test. Destroy the unused label in the pair. TAM Appendix A

  44. Labeling Answer Documents – Do Not Score Labels • Do: • Apply to pre-printed,used, or mislabeled answer documents that DRC should not score. • Green – 10 labels per sheet • Return these materials in boxes designated as “nonscorable.” • Don’t: • Put a label on unused or unlabeled overage answer documents. (Do not open unused, shrinkwrapped packages of answer documents.) • Put a label on answer documents with the IEP Invalidation bubble marked. TAM Appendix A

  45. Labeling Answer Documents – Do Not Score Labels TAM Appendix A

  46. Coding Answer Documents TAM pp. 30 – 32

  47. Coding Answer Documents TAM pp. 30 – 32

  48. Scoring Answer Documents TAM p. 37

  49. Scoring Answer Documents TAM p. 34