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  1. MI-Access Fall 2011Webcast September 15, 2011

  2. Welcomeand Introductions Jim GriffithsManager, Assessment Administrationand Reporting Office of Standards & Assessment

  3. New Name for OEAA Bureau of Assessment & Accountability BAA Office of Standards & Assessment - OSA Office of Psychometrics, Accountability, Research & Evaluation - OPARE Office of Assessment Business Operations - OABO

  4. Our Presenters are… • Jim Griffiths – BAA • Manager, Assessment Administration and Reporting • Linda Howley – BAA • Assessment Consultant for Students with Disabilities

  5. Our Presenters are… • Tina Foote– BAA • Analyst, Secure Site • Dan Evans – BAA • Analyst, Administration and Reporting • Alison Place – Questar Assessment, Inc. • MI-Access Project Manager

  6. Submitting Questions Email: answers@resa.net View any time at: www.MIstreamnet.com

  7. Webcast Agenda • The MI-Access “Top 10” • MI-Access Assessment Basics • Participation and Supported Independence (P/SI) • Functional Independence • Do Not Read Aloud Items • Assessment Accommodations • BAA Secure Site Processes

  8. MI-Access Top 10 List Fill in answer bubbles completely with a #2 pencil FI students do not fill in their own bubbles Tested Roster is IMPORTANT Verify information in the Educational Entity Master (EEM) Security Compliance Form stays in district

  9. MI-Access Top 10 List MSDS entries are very important Inventory Materials when received Apply Pre-ID Labels to Answer Documents Know Your Accommodations READ the MANUAL!

  10. MI-Access Assessment Basics

  11. Fall Assessment Window • MI-Access Grades 3-8 • October 10 - November 18, 2011

  12. What’s Being Assessed? • Populations assessed: • Participation • Supported Independence • Functional Independence

  13. What’s Being Assessed? • Content areas assessed for each population: • English Language Arts (Grades 3-8) • FI Accessing Print (Grades 3-8) • FI Expressing Ideas (Grades 4 and 7) • Mathematics (Grades 3-8) • Science (Grades 5 and 8) • NOTE: There are no alternate assessments in Social Studies – IEP Teams determine the SS assessment for students in grades 6 and 9

  14. Key Dates • Arrival of Materials: Week of Oct. 3 • Additional Orders: October 3-November 11 • Return Materials: NO LATER THAN DEC.2

  15. Submitting Questions Email: answers@resa.net View any time at: www.MIstreamnet.com

  16. Participation and Supported Independence (P/SI) Linda Howley Assessment Consultantfor Students with DisabilitiesOffice of Standards & Assessments

  17. Participation and Supported Independence • Student Populations • Content Areas • Assessment Booklets • Item Formats • Scoring Rubrics

  18. Participation • Students who have, or function as if they have, severe or profound cognitive impairment

  19. Participation • Expected to require extensive ongoing support in adulthood and may have significant cognitive and/or physical impairments that limit their ability to generalize or transfer learning • Dependent on others for most, if not all, daily living needs

  20. Participation • The instructional approach for these students targets opportunities for them to integrate into age-appropriate tasks, activities related to daily living skills, and academic content

  21. Supported Independence • Students who have, or function as if they have, moderate cognitive impairment

  22. Supported Independence • Will require ongoing support in major life roles and may have cognitive and/or physical impairments that limit their ability to generalize or transfer learning

  23. Supported Independence • Instructional approach is direct, in context, and targeted toward specific, essential independent living and academic skills

  24. Supported Independence • Working toward mastering daily living and employment routines and an acceptable level of independent living

  25. Content Areas Assessed • MI-Access EGLCEs/EB (Grades 3-8) • English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science

  26. P/SI Assessment Booklets • Combined booklets* for ELA, mathematics and science • Participation is right side-up • Supported Independence is upside down • Color coordinated • *For fall only. Spring 2012 will have separate booklets

  27. Participation • ELA and Mathematics = Blue

  28. Participation • Science = Pink

  29. Supported Independence • ELA and Mathematics = Green

  30. Supported Independence • Science = Red

  31. Item Development • All items • aligned to • EGLCE/EB • coded to adult life contexts

  32. Item Development • Core items count toward the student’s score • Embedded items are for field testing ONLY

  33. Item Types and Formats • Selected Response/Multiple Choice • SI: 3 choices-graphics • P: 2 choices-graphics

  34. Item Types and Formats • Observation/Activity • Many items use an activity-based observation format • Paper and pencil tests aren’t appropriate

  35. Selected-response • ELA, mathematics, and science have selected-response items • ALL selected-response items administered the same way

  36. Selected-response • Selected-response picture cards will be provided by the MI-Access contractor

  37. Selected-response • ONE set of picture cards will be shipped to each TEACHER based on: • content area (P/SI ELA and Mathematics OR P/SI Science) • grades being assessed

  38. Picture Cards • Picture cards are presented in very specific ways • Read manual sections on the different presentation styles • Watch presentation styles in online learning program

  39. Selected-response • Two reasons for picture cards: 1. Not practical for students to look at pictures in an assessment booklet.

  40. Selected-response • 2. Selected-response items have to be presented twice – each time in a different order.

  41. Sample SI Item Which of these shows a pulley being used? A hammer and nail Braising a flag Cwheelchair on ramp

  42. Picture Cards • The assessment administrator will be provided with 8½ X 11 pictures of a hammer and nail, raising a flag, and a wheelchair on ramp.

  43. Sample Participation Item Which one can go faster? A B

  44. Picture Cards • The assessment administrator will be provided with 8½ X 11 pictures of a car and a bicycle.

  45. Picture Cards

  46. Activity-based Observation • Assessment administrators need to use whatever they typically use during instruction in the format most familiar to the student

  47. Activity-based Observation • Assessment administrators will provide THEIR OWN picture cards IF they are typically used during the activity or routine where the item is being administered

  48. Sample Participation Item Activity: The student will respond appropriately to a greeting from an unfamiliar person, such as a teacher, support staff, or related service provider, during arrival or dismissal time. Scoring Focus: Responding to and/or communicating with a variety of audiences

  49. Participation Scoring Rubric

  50. SI Scoring Rubric