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Title: Monitoring Basic Skills Progress (MBSP) Training Presentation

1
Monitoring Basic Skills Progress (MBSP) Training
Presentation
• MBSP Computation and
• MBSP Concepts Application

2
Agenda
• Overview MBSP Assessments
• Overview SMSD Testing Plan
• Scoring and Administration of MBSP Assessments

3
MBSP Assessments
Measure Test Arrangement What is Scored
Computation Group (written test) Digits Correct in Answer
Concepts Applications Group (written test) Digits Correct in Answer
4
Computation Assessment
• 25 problems
• See manual pages 6-10
division
• Whole numbers, fractions and decimals

5
Concepts Applications Assessment
• See manual pages 16-25
• Number concepts
• Names of numbers and vocabulary
• Measurement
• Charts and graphs
• Areas and perimeters
• Fractions, decimals and word problems

6
Timeframe Assessment Students
Fall Window NWEA Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) All
Fall Semester Progress Monitoring Monitoring Basic Skills Progress (MBSP) Computation and Concepts Applications Targeted
October Math Basic Skills Test 1 All
December Math Basic Skills Test 2 All
Winter Window MAP District Guidelines (all 6th, select prealgebra candidates 5th, etc.)
January Window (same as DIBELS) MBSP Targeted
Spring Semester Progress Monitoring MBSP Targeted
March Math Basic Skills Test 3 All
March/April Kansas Math Assessment All
Spring Window (same as DIBELS) MBSP Targeted
7
Progress Monitoring
• Beginning Fall 2011
• Strategic monitor bi-weekly
• Intensive monitor weekly
• Select one measure to monitor
• Computation
• Concepts Applications
• Monthly, not weekly or bi-weekly

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Computation
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ComputationTime Limits
• See page 1 of manual

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ComputationScript
• See manual page 2
• Complete directions the first time
• Second half of directions for progress monitor
and subsequent benchmarks
• (Look for the paragraph Now youre ready to give
the first test.)

12
ComputationTest Copies
• Blue book
• Test 1 Fall Benchmark
• Test 2 Winter Benchmark
• Test 3 Spring Benchmark
• Tests 4-30 Progress Monitoring

13
• Version 1
• Begin on page 39 of manual
• Version 2
• See colored folder for hand-written keys

14
ComputationScoring Rules
• Points are awarded for the number of correct
• Examples (3 points possible)
• 285
• - 43
• 242 3 points
• 285
• - 43
• 222 2 points

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ComputationScoring Rules (cont.)
• Unnecessary Zeros
• Not wrong, but no points awarded
• Example
• 1 point for the 3

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ComputationScoring Rules (cont.)
• Division with remainders
• R is place holder, no points
• Example 4 points
• 104R2
• Same is true for the decimal point and the
fraction bar

17
ComputationScoring Practice
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Concepts Applications
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Concepts ApplicationsTime Limits
• See page 12 of manual

20
Concepts ApplicationsScript
• See manual page 12-13
• Complete directions the first time
• Last third of directions for progress monitor and
subsequent benchmarks
• (Look for the paragraph Now youre ready to give
the first test.)

21
Concepts ApplicationsTest Copies
• Orange book
• 3 pages long
• Test 1 Fall Benchmark
• Test 2 Winter Benchmark
• Test 3 Spring Benchmark
• Tests 4-30 Progress Monitoring

22
• Version 1
• Begin on page 56 of manual
• Formatted on page like the test
• Version 2
• Begin on page 96 of manual
• Just a list of answers
• Version 3
• See colored folder for hand-written keys

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Concepts ApplicationsScoring Rules
• One point is awarded for each answer blank
• Exceptions
• Grades 2-4 Word Problems Money
• 1 point per digit in answer
• and . are not worth points but must be present
for student to earn any points
• c ok if less than 1 dollar
• Grades 5-6 Word Problems Charts/Graphs
• 1 point per digit in answer

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Concepts ApplicationsScoring Rulescont.
• Unnecessary Zeros
• Not wrong, but no points awarded
• Example