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Title: Florida Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) Assessment Instructional Implications Assessment Period 1


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Florida Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK)
Assessment Instructional Implications Assessment
Period 1
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Purpose
  • To present educators with an explanation of the
    VPK Assessment score types and reports used in
    the VPK Assessment Online Reporting System
  • To assist educators with the interpretation of
    Assessment Period 1 VPK Assessment data
  • To provide educators with a link between the
  • interpretation of data and instructional
    resources for planning instruction

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Guiding Questions
  • What do assessment results mean for my
  • instruction?
  • What VPK Assessment Online Reporting System
    reports would be helpful for planning
    instruction?
  • How can I organize my children for instruction?
  • What are some resources to help me address
  • those needs?

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What is assessment?
  • Assessment is a method for collecting information
    about something you want to measure. We conduct
    assessments daily (e.g., stock market gains,
    weight loss, student progress). Data collection
    can fall into two categories, formal and informal
    assessment.

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Types of Assessments
  • Screening assessments
  • can help to sort information based on defined
    criteria.
  • are usually administered with children at the
    beginning of the school year.
  • Progress Monitoring assessments
  • are administered multiple times throughout the
    year to gather information about change over
    time.
  • track progress toward benchmarks so that changes
    can be made in instruction to meet childrens
    needs.
  • evaluate whether the core curriculum is effective
    for the majority of the children.

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Why Do We Collect This Information?
  • To make decisions about instruction
  • To determine when a child needs more support
  • To determine if the instructional changes made
    are working for the group as a whole as well as
    individual children

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VPK Assessment Score Types
  • Raw Score - total number of items correct
  • Percentage Correct the number correct
    expressed as a fraction of 100 (e.g. 80 is equal
    to 80/100)

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VPK Assessment Map
VPK Assessment Task VPK Standard Skills Score Types
Print Knowledge Recognize letters and words Letter names Letter sounds Total items correct Percentage correct
Phonological Awareness Blending syllables Blending compound words Deletion of word parts Total items correct Percentage correct
Mathematics Counting Numerical relations Arithmetic reasoning Total items correct Percentage correct
Oral Language/Vocabulary Receptive and expressive language Knowledge of adjectives, verb tenses, prepositions, and nouns and their functions Total items correct Percentage correct
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Assessment Periods
Assessment Period Time
Assessment Period 1 (AP1) October (entire month)
Assessment Period 2 (AP2) February (entire month)
Assessment Period 3 (AP3) May (entire month)
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VPK Assessment Online Reporting
System https//brightbeginningsfl.org
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VPK Assessment Online Reporting System
Assessment Measures Tab
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VPK Assessment Online Reporting System
Assessment Reports Tab
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Report Types
  • Child Level Measure provide raw scores (total
    number of items correct) or percentage correct
    for the individual child on all measures
  • Classroom Level Reports provide raw scores for
    all children within the class on all measures
  • Center Level Reports provide classroom average
    scores as the percentage correct on all measures

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VPK Assessment Online Reporting System
Assessment Reports Tab
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Child Level Report Sample
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Florida VPK Assessment Scores Assessment Period 1 Florida VPK Assessment Scores Assessment Period 1 Florida VPK Assessment Scores Assessment Period 1 Florida VPK Assessment Scores Assessment Period 1 Florida VPK Assessment Scores Assessment Period 1
AssessmentPeriod 1 Assessment Measures Assessment Measures Assessment Measures Assessment Measures
AssessmentPeriod 1 Print Knowledge Phonological Awareness Mathematics Oral Language/ Vocabulary
Exceeding Expectations 10 and above 11 and above 15 and above 19 and above
Meeting Expectations 8-9 8-10 12-14 16-18
Below Expectations 0-7 0-7 0-11 0-15
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Child Level Report Sample
Florida Department of Education VPK Assessment
Online Reporting System Child Level Measure
Report by Assessment Period
VPK Center Test VPK Center Classroom Classroom A
Program Year and Type 2009-10 School-Year Child HUNT, SAM
Assessment Measure Mathematics
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Child Level Report Sample
Florida Department of Education VPK Assessment
Online Reporting System Child Level Measure
Report by Assessment Period
VPK Center Test VPK Center Classroom Classroom A
Program Year and Type 2009-10 School-Year Child HUNT, SAM
Assessment Measure Mathematics
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Child Level Report Sample
Florida Department of Education VPK Assessment
Online Reporting System Child Level Assessment
Period Report by Measure
VPK Center Test VPK Center Classroom Classroom A
Program Year and Type 2009-10 School-Year Child HUNT, SAM
Assessment Period Assessment Period 1
Exceeding Expectations
Meeting Expectations
Meeting Expectations
Below Expectations
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Class Level Report Sample
Florida Department of Education VPK Assessment
Online Reporting System Classroom Level Measure
Report by Child
Program Year and Type 2009-10 School-Year VPK Center Test VPK Center
Assessment Measure Print Knowledge Classroom Classroom A
Assessment Period Assessment Period 1
Exceeding Expectations (10 and above)
Meeting Expectations (8-9)
Smith, Sally
Smith, Sally
Jones, June
Howell, Tom
Pare, Holly
Bond, Alex
Rally, Shay
Saul, Chloe
Lolly, Sue
Arros, Paul
Lodge, Luis
Ready, Sal
Wallis, Cari
Edge, Pam
Hunt, Sam
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Class Level Report Sample
Florida Department of Education VPK Assessment
Online Reporting System Classroom Level Measure
Report by Child
Program Year and Type 2009-10 School-Year VPK Center Test VPK Center
Assessment Measure Print Knowledge Classroom Classroom A
Assessment Period Assessment Period 1
Exceeding Expectations (10 and above)
Meeting Expectations (8-9)
Smith, Sally
Jones, June
Howell, Tom
Lolly, Sue
Lodge, Luis
Bond, Alex
Saul, Chloe
Pare, Holly
Arros, Paul
Hunt, Sam
Ready, Sal
Wallis, Cari
Edge, Pam
Rally, Shay
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Class Level Report Sample
Florida Department of Education VPK Assessment
Online Reporting System Classroom Level Measure
Report by Child - Sorted
Program Year and Type 2009-10 School-Year VPK Center Test VPK Center
Assessment Measure Phonological Awareness Classroom Classroom A
Assessment Period Assessment Period 1 Sort Order Ascending
Meeting Expectations (8-10)
Smith, Sally
Hunter, Sal
Peters, Paul
Monty, Alex
Childs, Alexia
Baker, Mel
Shoney, Jack
Howell, Beck
Ally, Frank
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Center Level Report Sample
Florida Department of Education VPK Assessment
Online Reporting System Center Level Report by
Classroom
Assessment Period Assessment Period 1 VPK Center Test VPK Center
Program Year and Type 2009-10 School-Year

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Center Level Report Sample
Florida Department of Education VPK Assessment
Online Reporting System Center Level Report by
Measure
Assessment Period Assessment Period 1 VPK Center Test VPK Center
Program Year and Type 2009-10 School-Year

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Planning for Instruction
  • STEP 1. Who needs extra support? Use Class Level
    Reports to determine the broad range of needs.
  • STEP 2. Using all of the data and looking at
    patterns, how can I customize instruction?
  • STEP 3. What are some resources to use with my
    children and where can I go to find them?

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Selection of Available Resources
  • Curriculum
  • What is available within the curriculum currently
    used?
  • What professional development and/or resources
    are available from the publisher?
  • Early Learning Coalition/District Resources
  • What professional development and/or resources
    are available?

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Type of Resource Resource Title http//www.fldoe.org/earlylearning/resource.asp Resource is aligned to the following VPK Assessment Measure(s) Resource is aligned to the following VPK Assessment Measure(s) Resource is aligned to the following VPK Assessment Measure(s) Resource is aligned to the following VPK Assessment Measure(s)
Type of Resource Resource Title http//www.fldoe.org/earlylearning/resource.asp Print Knowledge Phonological Awareness Mathematics Oral Language/ Vocabulary
Instructor Led Course Emergent Literacy in the VPK Classroom
Instructor Led Course Integrating the Standards Phonological Awareness
Online Course Emergent Literacy for VPK Instructors
Online Course English Language Learners in the VPK Classroom
Online Course Language and Vocabulary in the VPK Classroom
Online Resource VPK Teacher Toolkit Language and Vocabulary Folder
Online Resource VPK Teacher Toolkit Mathematical Thinking
Online Resource Bright Beginnings website
Also includes parent resources
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VPK Assessment Online Reporting System
Customizing VPK Instruction Tab
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Contact Information
  • Florida Department of Education
  • Office of Early Learning
  • 1-866-447-1159
  • VPKAssessment_at_fldoe.org
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