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Legal Update Curriculum Update EOC and 15% Updates: State Assessment Decisions ELL State Assessment Update TEKS PD Folders Anti-Bullying Law
Grading Issues Why is this so hard? STAAR Rubiks cube Legal Compliance Best Interest of Students Community Expectations Status Quo Beliefs
Best Interest of the District Process What do we know? What else do we need to know? When do we need a decision? What are our neighbors thinking/saying?
Grading Issues 15% EIA (Legal) Texas Education Code (TEC) 28.0216 The District shall adopt a policy that requires a students performance on an end-of-course (EOC) assessment instrument for an Algebra I, Algebra II, geometry, biology, chemistry, physics, English I, English II, English III, world geography, world history, and United States history course in which the student is enrolled to account for 15
percent of the students final grade for the course. (NISD, Cypress Fairbanks , Plano, Ysleta) Grading Issues 15% EIA (Legal) What do we know? FAQ clarified that 15% is part of the final grade and must be assigned before awarding credit
What else do we need to know? By when do we need to make a decision? What are our neighbors thinking/saying? Semester Credit To Give Credit or Not to Give Credit? What do we know? Many, but not all, award credit at end of Sem 1
FAQ currently silent on this issue What else do we need to know? By when do we need to make a decision? What are our neighbors thinking/saying? EOC Retakes How does it impact GPA and Class Rank?
What do we know? Students make retake an EOC for any reason Student must meet the minimum score to count FAQ currently silent on this question What else do we need to know? By when do we need to make a decision? What are our neighbors thinking/saying?
GPA What do we know: GPA now includes final grades generally through the second semester of Junior year GPA is generally awarded for credits earned in high school GPA is highly competitive and contentious What else do we need to know?
By when do we need to make a decision? What are our neighbors thinking/saying? Class Rank What do we know? Highly competitive among the top 10% Tied to scholarships and financial assistance Can be very contentious; FAQ is silent
What else do we need to know? By when do we need to make a decision? What are our neighbors thinking/saying? Credit by Exam What do we know? Currently a local decision FAQ addresses but leaves the door open
What else do we need to know? By when do we need to make a decision? What are our neighbors thinking/saying? Meanwhile What do we tell 9th grade students? Do your best EOC is multi-faceted
More Info to come Focus on learning Work your Grad. Plan Recognize the power of Semester Exams and EOC What do we tell parents of 9th graders? Not like it was for you
EOC is multi-faceted Stress Importance of strong performance Decisions coming after more information released PBL Opportunity Be supportive Ensuring Rigorous
Student Success Formative Assessment Who How Often
Purpose Methods Response teacher to student
minute-to-minute respond effective questioning and listening feedback
teacher to self day-to-day adapt written responses
scaffolds student to self continuously adjust observations
adapt/adjust instruction close gap anecdotal notes use of evidence
to plan continuous improvement of teaching and learning carefully targeted instructional tasks
re-teach probes elaborate/enrich during instruction
STAAR Formative Assessment Mathematics A.9(D) analyze graphs of quadratic functions and draw conclusions. 2009 10th Mathematics
A.9(D) analyze graphs of quadratic functions and draw conclusions. Mathematics Formative Assessment Implications Identify Analyze (i.e., 4 True, 2 False)
Science 2009 Exit Level TAKS STAAR Biology 2011 Released Test Questions Formative Assessment
I DE A Vocabulary S Facts Facts ?
Vocabulary Facts Social Studies STAAR World Geography 2011 Released Test Questions
Formative Assessment EXIT OUT MAP http://water.weather.gov/precip/ After studying the map, answer the following: What do the colors reveal on this map? What do you think the economic implications will be for blue states if this pattern continues? Explain your answer by citing two examples in your response.
ELAR 25 Quick Formative Assessments for a Differentiated Classroom 2009 by Judith Dodge Scholastic Teaching Resources Instructional Implications: Increase teacher and student use of academic vocabulary Model the thinking behind multi-step
inferences and problem solving Ask open-ended questions with the expectation that responses are justified Purposeful formative assessment increases the likelihood that students will master their grade level standards and be college and career ready. 25 Quick Formative Assessments for a Differentiated Classroom 2009 by Judith Dodge Scholastic Teaching Resources
Networking Break State Assessment Decisions: Do they
align? What do these things have in common? They are all ways not to make State Assessment Decisions. So what can we do?
What happens if we dont have a process in place? ONLY ON REGION XIII Graduation
Test Services Curriculum Accommodations Graduation
Test Services Curriculum Accommodations
STAAR Graduation Test Services Curriculum
Accommodations Modified Graduation Test
Services Curriculum Accommodations Alternate Does it align?
Why not? or else. STAAR Modified Slots $500 per 2% slot OBO. ESC Region XIII
Special Education Compliance, Inclusion, and Access Laura Abbott [email protected] 512-919-5207 ELL Assessment Policies for
STAAR Proposed commissioner rules* to be published soon in Texas Register for public comment Adoption expected by late fall STAAR ELL participation policies in this PowerPoint are not considered final until proposed rules are adopted *Note: No changes to TAKS grade 10 and TAKS exit level
requirements for ELLs Copyright2010 Education Service Center Region XIII 60 TAKS to STAAR: Key STAAR ELL Policies to Know All ELLs participate in STAAR no exemptions from testing
STAAR L is just for math, science, and social studies, not reading or writing Linguistic accommodations are not limited to STAAR L Moderate to substantial degree allowed for STAAR L Limited degree allowed for regular STAAR in English Degree allowed for STAAR Modified may vary (limited, moderate, substantial) depending on special education and second language acquisition needs Linguistic accommodations do not apply to STAAR in
Spanish (test is already written in students native language) Copyright2010 Education Service Center Region XIII 61 TAKS to STAAR: Key STAAR ELL Policies to Know
STAAR Modified linguistic accommodations are not subject to years in U.S. schools restrictions STAAR L eligibility criteria are same across grades No grade 3 exceptions No high school exceptions No English/Spanish side-by-side linguistic accommodation No oral translation or bilingual glossaries, except with STAAR Modified No testing over two days
No requirement to give STAAR L on different day than STAAR Copyright2010 Education Service Center Region XIII 62 ELL Participation in STAAR L Maximum years in U.S. schools to take STAAR L
3 unless unschooled asylee/refugee, then 5 TELPAS proficiency level threshold Student not eligible for STAAR L once advanced high rating attained on TELPAS reading test Copyright2010 Education Service Center Region XIII
63 What linguistic accommodations are allowable on regular STAAR? Copyright2010 Education Service Center Region XIII 64 What linguistic accommodations are allowable on STAAR L?
* Provided by test administrator in 2012; by online testing interface in future Copyright2010 Education Service Center Region XIII 65 Linguistic Accommodations for STAAR Modified
*Unique to STAAR Modified Copyright2010 Education Service Center Region XIII 66 Proposed English I and II Commissioner Rules for ELLs Special provisions acknowledge unique
second language acquisition circumstances of recent immigrant ELLs with respect to English I and II EOC tests. In these courses, these particular ELLs may require substantial instructional scaffolding and linguistic adaptation not feasible on standardized language arts tests. Copyright2010 Education Service Center Region XIII
67 Proposed English I and II Commissioner Rules for ELLs who meet the two criteria Special Provisions When enrolled in English I or II course, qualifying ELLs shall not be required to include assessment score in cumulative score for
graduation; retake assessment each time it is administered if student passes course but does not achieve minimum score; or have score count for 15% of students final grade These students are not exempt from taking the test while in the course. These provisions do not apply to English III. Copyright2010 Education Service Center Region XIII
TEKS PD HB1942 Bullying What is Bullying Beginning 2012-2013
Boards must adopt policies that: Prohibit bullying Prohibit retaliation for good faith reports Establish procedures for notify parents Establish actions a student should take to obtain assistance Sets out counseling options for bullies, victims, and bystanders
Continued Establish procedures for reporting, investigating, and determining whether bullying occurred Prohibit discipline measures against the victim on the basis of reasonable self-defense Discipline for the bullying of a student with disabilities complies with applicable federal laws
Health Curriculum Must include essential knowledge and skills that include evidence-based practices that will effectively address awareness, prevention, identification, self-defense in response to , and resolution of and intervention in bullying and harassment. Policies
Posted in staff and student handbooks, and procedures for reporting bullying behavior must be posted on the districts website. Transfer of Students May transfer a student who has engaged in bullying to: Another classroom at the campus Another campus, in consultation with the parent
of the bully Look for More Information in the Spring For questions: [email protected] Contact Us Ed Vara Deputy Executive Director
512.919.5306 [email protected] Jennifer Drumm Senior Coordinator, Curriculum & Instruction 512.919.5459 [email protected] Updates and Information: http://www5.esc13.net/thescoop/cc/
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