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Title: Test Chairperson Training Session


1
CELLA
2014 Comprehensive English Language Learning
Assessment
  • Test Chairperson Training Session
  • February 18, 19, and 21, 2014

Assessment, Research, and Data Analysis Felicia
Mallory, Executive Director Denetra Collins,
Staff Specialist
2
Program Overview
  • Comprehensive English Language Learning
    Assessment (CELLA) is designed to meet the
    requirements of Title III of the NCLB.
  • A four-skill language proficiency assessment in
  • Speaking
  • Listening
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Administered to all English Language Learners
    (ELLs) in grades K-12.

TAM, p.6
3
Standards for Measuring English Language Learners
(ELLs)
Meeting Annual Measureable Achievement Objectives
(AMAOs)
AMAO 1 is based on progress in English language
acquisition as measured in each of the three
CELLA areas. Making progress is defined as either
increasing a proficiency level or staying within
the Proficient level in a specific area.
AMAO 2 is based on achieving English proficiency
as measured by CELLA. Achieving proficiency is
defined as scoring within the proficient level
in all three domains Listening/Speaking,
Writing, and Reading. AMAO 2 is established
separately for four grade clusters K-2, 3-5,
6-8, and 9-12.
AMAO 3 is based on demonstrating proficiency in
reading and mathematics on the FCAT.
Demonstrating proficiency is defined as scoring
at achievement level three or higher.
4
Administration Features
  • Kindergarten
  • Individual administration required in all four
    modalities
  • Grades 1-12
  • Individually administered in Speaking(One-on-One
    )
  • Group administered in Listening, Reading, and
    Writing

TAM, pp. 7-8
5
Training for Coordinators and Administrators of
CELLA
  • Speaking Administration Training (One-On-One)
  • General training conducted by the Division of
    Bilingual Education and World Languages and
    Charter Schools
  • Training for Special Education English Language
    Learners conducted by the Division of Special
    Education
  • Group Administration Training
  • Conducted by Student Assessment and Educational
    Testing (SAET)

6
Schedule of Activities
Activity Date
One-on-One Test Administration Training (Regional Trainings by the Division of Bilingual Education and World Languages and Charter Schools) Scheduled by Region
One-on-One Test Administration Training for Special Education February 20, 2014
Delivery of Training Kits, Test Materials, and Pre-ID labels to Schools February 3 11, 2014
Individual CELLA Administration March 3 April 7, 2014
Group CELLA Administration (including make-up) March 10 April 7, 2014
Return all To Be Scored and Not to Be Scored (Schedule pick-up through K2 Logistics) Schedule pick up by April 9, 2014
District Coordinator Envelope Send to TDC via School Mail Code 9038 By April 25, 2014
Complete the 2014 CELLA Customer Satisfaction Survey online at http//www.fldoe.org/aala/CELLA.asp Upon completion of testing (Test Administrators and School Coordinators)
Score report delivery to schools May June 2014
Packet , p. 1
7
Students To Be Tested
  • All ELLs in grades K through 12 in membership on
    March 3, 2014
  • All former ELLs who exited from the English for
    Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program on or
    after September 3, 2013
  • Pre ID labels provided for all eligible students
    in membership on January 10, 2014 (Survey 7)

TAM, p. 8
8
CELLA Levels of Testing Overview
  • Booklet levels for the 2014 CELLA are as
    follows Grades K 2 Level A
    Grades 3 5 Level B Grades 6 8 Level
    C Grades 9 12 Level D
  • Test Sections Listening, Speaking/One-on-One,
    Reading, and Writing
  • Test Format
  • Listening All Multiple-Choice (MC)
  • Speaking All Constructed-Response (CR)
  • Reading All MC
  • Writing MC and CR
  • All students will test on grade level in all
    modalities.

TAM, pp. 9 - 11
9
Test Materials Level A Grades K - 2
  • The following materials are needed to administer
    the Level A test
  • Student Test Book
  • One-on-One Prompt Book
  • Listening CD Levels A1 B1
  • Directions for Administration (DFA)

TAM, pp. 9 - 10
10
Test Materials Level A Grades K 2 (Reading)
  • The Reading section contains
  • Core items (115)
  • for all students in grades K2
  • read aloud by the Test Administrator
  • approximate testing time 15 minutes
  • Extension items (1625)
  • for GRADE 2 ONLY
  • completed by the student independently
  • approximate testing time 20 minutes

11
Test Materials Level A Grades K 2 (Writing)
  • The Writing section contains
  • Core items (17)
  • for all students grades K2
  • read aloud by the Test Administrator
  • approximate testing time 15 minutes
  • Extension items (816)
  • for GRADE 2 ONLY
  • completed by the students independently
  • approximate testing time 15 minutes

12
Test Materials Level A Grades K 2
(One-on-One/Speaking)
  • The One-on-One section is administered
  • individually using the One-on-One Prompt
  • Book.
  • The students responses are scored by the Test
  • Administrator, who records the scores in the
  • students Level A test book.
  • The Test Administrator must have completed the
  • CELLA training (either the Questar/FDOE-
  • developed or district-developed training).
  • Approximate testing time 15 minutes per
  • student.

13
Test Materials Level A Grades K 2
(One-on-One/Speaking)
Test Administrators score the students responses
and record the scores in the One-on-One Scoring
Section of the test book. Page 39 of the Level
A Test Book
14
Marking Answer Responses-Level A (Listening)
Correct
Incorrect
15
ADMINISTERING LEVEL A The Stopping Rule
  • The Stopping Rule is ONLY applicable to
    individually administered sections.
  • If a student cannot answer several questions in a
    row, you should administer at least the first
    question of each type.
  • If the student is able to respond to the question
    even minimally, continue to administer the
    questions of that type.
  • If the student cannot or does not respond to the
    first question of the type, skip to the next
    type. Then fill in the NR bubbles of the
    corresponding questions in the One-on-One scoring
    area of the students test book.

DFA, p. 11
16
TEST MATERIALS LEVELS B, C, and D Grades 3 - 12
Level B (Grades 3 5) Levels B1 Test
Book Levels A1 B1 Listening CD Level C (Grades
6 8) Level C1 Test Book Levels C1 D1
Listening CD
Level D(Grades 9 12) Level D1 Test Book Levels
C1 D1 Listening CD Levels B, C, and D Levels
B, C, or D Answer Sheet Directions for
Administration
TAM, pp. 10-11
17
ADMINISTERING LEVELS B, C, and D Reading
  • The Reading section is divided into two parts
  • Part One The student answers discrete vocabulary
    questions.
  • Assesses knowledge of English vocabulary through
    use of synonyms, antonyms, idioms, roots, and
    affixes
  • Part Two The student reads passages and answers
    46 questions.
  • Assesses reading comprehension
  • Approximate testing time 45 minutes
  • All reading items are multiple-choice

18
ADMINISTERING LEVELS B, C, and D Writing
  • The Writing section is divided into four parts
  • Parts One Two The student answers
    multiple-choice questions.
  • Grammar, Structure, Written Expression tests
    knowledge of
  • grammar
  • Paragraph Choices tests elements of extended
    writing such as
  • use of transitions, and topic and concluding
    sentences
  • Recognizing Errors tests editing skills

19
ADMINISTERING LEVELS B, C, AND D Writing
(CONTINUED)
  • Parts Three Four The student writes sentences
    and paragraphs.
  • Writing Sentences The student writes a sentence
    based on a picture.
  • Writing Paragraphs The student writes a
    paragraph based on a prompt. Paragraph might be
    descriptive, persuasive, comparative, etc.,
    depending on grade level.
  • Approximate testing time 70 minutes

20
ADMINISTERING LEVELS B, C, AND D SPEAKING
  • The Speaking section is administered individually
    to ALL students.
  • The students responses are scored by the Test
    Administrator, who records the scores on the
    Answer Sheets for Levels B, C, or D.
  • The Test Administrator must have completed the
    CELLA training (either the Questar/FDOE-developed
    or district-developed training).
  • Approximate testing time 1015 minutes per
    student

21
Recording Speaking Responses for Levels B, C,
and D
Question 14 appears only in Level B.
22
CELLA Document Configuration by Grade Level
(Review)
Grade Level Test Book(s)
Kindergarten (K) and Grades 1 2 Level A Student Test Book Level A One-on-One Prompt Book
Grades 3, 4, and 5 Level B Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing Test Book Level B Answer Sheet (Blue)
Grades 6, 7, and 8 Level C Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing Test Book Level C Answer Sheet (Tan)
Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 Level D Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing Test Book Level D Answer Sheet (Green)
Materials shown in bold are answer documents.
TAM, pp. 9-10
23
CELLA Materials for Students Use Large
Print/Braille Materials
  • The Large Print version of CELLA has the same
    content as the standard version of the test.
  • The Braille version of CELLA differs from the
    standard version of the test (Level A and some
    questions from other levels have been omitted).
  • Note The Test Administrator will also need a
    regular-print version of the test booklet that
    matches the Braille level being administered.

TAM, pp. 11, 64, and 65
24
Preparing for Testing Receiving Materials
  • Verify that all materials indicated on the
    packing list were received.
  • Notify the District Coordinator immediately if
    any of the materials on the packing list are
    missing.
  • Should you need to order additional materials,
    please call TDC at 305-995-3743.
  • Store materials in a secure access-restricted
    location.
  • Retain ALL boxes in which materials were received
    for return (except the ones which contained
    large print and Braille documents).

TAM, pp. 33 - 34
25
School Packing List
TAM, p. 33
26
Shipment Summary List
TAM, p. 33
27
Box Content List
TAM, p. 33
28
Security Numbers
security number
check number
TAM, p. 24
29
TAM, p. 21
30
Retrieving the Pre-populated Administration
Record/Security Checklist
https//fl-servicepoint.questarai.com/Login.aspx
Select Click Here
TAM, p. 25
31
Retrieving the Pre-populated Administration
Record/Security Checklist
Choose your school from the dropdown
Choose Miami- Dade from the dropdown
Click on Security Checklist under School Files
TAM, p. 25
32
2014 CELLA ADMINISTRATION RECORD/SECURITY
CHECKLIST
Pre-populated version
TAM, p. 25
33
Preparing for Testing Scheduling Test Sessions
  • Schedule grade K testing and the Speaking section
    in grades 1-12 for individual administration
  • Individually administered sections may be
  • administered at anytime during the testing
    window.
  • It is recommended that CELLA group sections be
    administered March 10 April 7, 2014.

34
Parent Notification
http//www.fldoe.org/aala/CELLA.asp
35
Administration Times for Grades K-2
Level A Approx. Time in Grade K (individually) Approx. Time in Grade 1 Approx. Time in Grade 2
Speaking (One-on-One) 15 min. 15 min. 15 min.
Listening 15 min. 15 min. 15 min.
Reading 15 min. 15 min. 35 min.
Writing 15 min. 15 min. 30 min.
Sections shown in bold require more time because
they contain additional, extension items only
for grade 2 students.
TAM, p. 7
36
Administration Times for Grades 3-12
Levels B, C, or D Approx. Time
Speaking 10-15 min.
Listening 25 min.
Reading 45 min.
Writing 70 min.
TAM, p. 8
37
Preparing for Testing Training Test
Administrators
  • Review the Test Administration Manual
  • Review the relevant sections from the Directions
    for Administration (DFA)
  • Have test administrators familiarize themselves
    with the Listening CDs and equipment for
    playing them
  • Remind test administrators of the States and
    Districts security policies and procedures
    (including those concerning electronic devices)
  • After the training, collect signed 2014 CELLA
    Administration and Security Agreement forms
    located in Appendix C

TAM, pp. 35 - 38
38
Preparing for Testing Accommodations for all
ELLs
  • Review the list of accommodations in the DFA .
    The following accommodations ARE permissible for
    all ELLs
  • Flexible timing CELLA is not a timed test,
  • sufficient time should be given to complete
    the
  • test.
  • Assistance in heritage language Directions may
  • be translated into heritage language on an
  • individual basis, if requested.

TAM (Appendix A), pp. 56 - 65
39
Preparing for Testing Accommodations for all
ELLs
  • The following accommodations ARE NOT permissible
    for any student
  • No English-to-heritage language translation
    dictionary or heritage language-to-English
    translation dictionary.
  • No help in the ELLs heritage language on
    specific test questions NOR translate any part of
    the test other than the directions.
  • Test Administrators may NOT translate directions
    to entire classes, ONLY if all ELLs in the
    classroom speak the same heritage language.

TAM (Appendix A), pp. 56 - 65
40
Preparing for Testing Accommodations for SPED
Students
  • Students with a current IEP or 504 plans are
    eligible for accommodations based on their
    individual needs.
  • An accommodation for a student must be
    explicitly permitted on the IEP or 504 plan.
  • Presentation of Test Materials
  • Responding to Questions
  • Test Scheduling
  • Test Setting
  • Assistive Devices
  • Refer to the Visually Impaired and Hearing
    Impaired section in
  • the DFA for allowable accommodations and/or
    exemptions.

TAM, pp. 57-65
41
Accommodations for SPED Students
42
Preparation of Testing Materials
  • Pre-ID labels are provided.
  • Only the Test Chairperson or the person
    designated by
  • the site administrator may open the packages
    and affix
  • labels.
  • Pre-ID labels should be affixed only to answer
  • documents only one answer document per
    student
  • Level A Student Test Book, or
  • Level B, C, D Answer Sheets

TAM, pp. 20 - 21
43
Preparation of Testing Materials
Level A Student Test Book
Levels B, C, D Answer Sheets
TAM, p. 19
44
Preparation of Testing Materials (continued)
  • ALL of the following information MUST be correct
    for the student label to be used
  • Students Last Name
  • Student ID Number
  • District Number
  • School Number (code)
  • Grade Level
  • ELL Status

TAM, pp. 20 - 21
45
Pre-ID Label Used Information to be Completed
  • Box 1 Student Name
  • Box 2 Test Administrator Name
  • Box 3 School Name
  • Box 4 School Number
  • Box 5 District Name (MDCPS) and Number (13)
  • Box 9 Test Date
  • Box 21 Do Not Score (DNS)/ UNDO (if applicable)
  • Box 22 Accommodations (if applicable)
  • Box 23 Receives Special Services (if applicable)
  • Box 24 Program Participation

TAM, pp. 20 - 21 and/or pp. 15-19 (chart), Packet
, pp. 4-5
46
No Pre-ID Label Used Information to be
Completed
  • If a student has no pre-identified label, the
    following additional information MUST be gridded
    on all student answer documents
  • Students or school staff
  • Boxes 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14,
    15, and 16
  • School staff only
  • Boxes 2, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24

Student demographics provided on the student list
provided by SAET are indicated in bold.
TAM, p.13 Packet pp. 4-5
47
Student List for Gridding
Packet, p. 7
48
Gridding Demographic Information (No Pre ID
Label)
  • Fill in the bubble for the following fields as
    indicated below using the student list provided
    by SAET
  • Box 16 - Home Language
  • Box 17 Primary Exceptionality
  • Box 18 - Length of Time Enrolled in ESOL Program
  • Box 19 - Title III
  • YES/NO
  • Box 20 Date of Home Language Survey

TAM, pp. 15-19 , Packet, p. 7
49
Preparation of Testing Materials Non-Pre ID
Label Used Other Fields
  • Fill in the bubble for the following fields as
    indicated below
  • Box 23 - Receives Special Services
  • F/R Lunch if Y is indicated on the student
    list
  • Migrant if Y
  • Box 24 - Program Participation
  • ESOL if Y (do not mark if student is former
    ELL)
  • Dual Language Program determined by school

Packet, p. 7
50
Test Security Policies and Procedures
  • Florida Test Security Statute 1008.24 and
    Florida State
  • Board of Education Test Security Rule 6A
    10.042
  • M-DCPS Standards, Guidelines, and Procedures
    for Test
  • Administration and Test Security
    http//oada.dadeschools.net/TestChairInfo/29testse
    curitymanual.pdf
  • The security of all test materials must be
    maintained before,
  • during, and after the test administration.
  • Under no circumstances are students permitted to
    handle
  • secure materials before or after the test
    administration.
  • Test administrators MUST NOT administer CELLA to
    their family
  • members.

TAM, pp. 22 and 67 - 72
51
Distribution and Tracking of Materials
  • Distribute and collect all One-on-One test
    materials daily.
  • Distribute all testing materials for group
    administration just
  • prior to test sessions, collect immediately
    afterwards, and
  • store in a secure location.
  • Distribute copies of the 2014 CELLA
    Administration
  • Record/Security Checklist
  • https//fl-servicepoint.questarai.com

TAM, p. 25 and pp. 32-41
52
Distribution and Tracking of Materials
Individually Administered Sessions Administrators
need
Test Level/Grade Student Material Needed Teacher Material Needed
Level A / Kindergarten (all four sections) Level A Student Test Book Directions for Administration (DFA) Test Administration Manual (TAM) One-on-One Prompt Book Listening CD (Levels A B) CD Player/ computer with speakers
Level A / Grades 1 2 (One-on-One/Speaking) Level A Student Test Book DFA TAM One-on-One Prompt Book
Levels B-D / Grades 3 12 (Speaking) Level B, C, or D Test Book Level B,C, or D Answer Sheet DFA TAM
TAM, pp. 9 - 11
53
Distribution and Tracking of Materials
Group Administration for Grades 1 12
(Listening) Administrators need
Test Level/Grade Student Material Needed Teacher Material Needed
Level A / Grades 1 2 Level A Student Test Book Directions for Administration (DFA) Test Administration Manual (TAM) Listening CD (Levels A B) CD Player/ Computer with speakers
Level B / Grades 3 - 5 Level C/ Grades 6 - 8 Level D/ Grades 9 - 12 Level B, C, or D Test Book Levels B, C, or D Answer Sheet DFA TAM Listening CD (Appropriate Level) CD Player/ Computer with speakers
TAM, pp. 9 - 11
54
Distribution and Tracking of Materials
Group Administration for Grades 1 12 (Reading
and Writing) Administrators need
Test Level/Grade Student Material Needed Teacher Material Needed
Level A / Grades 1 2 Level A Student Test Book Directions for Administration (DFA) Test Administration Manual (TAM)
Level B / Grades 3 - 5 Level C/ Grades 6 - 8 Level D/ Grades 9 - 12 Level B, C, or D Test Book Levels B, C, or D Answer Sheet DFA TAM
TAM, pp. 9-11
55
Administering the Test
  • Rooms used for testing must
  • be free from distractions
  • have comfortable seating
  • have good lighting
  • have adequate ventilation
  • have sufficient workspace
  • Remove or cover all visual aids in the testing
    rooms.
  • Make sure that
  • test administrators have a copy of the TAM and
    DFA
  • required administration information is collected
    for each student
  • test scripts are read verbatim
  • there is sufficient space between students so
    that students
  • cannot view other students answer sheets
  • students and assessors record all answers using
    a 2 pencil

TAM, pp. 35 - 39
56
Administering the Test
  • The Listening portion must be administered by
    playing the Listening CD.
  • Test administrators are required to actively
    monitor students during a test
  • session.
  • Test administrators are required to record all
    required administration information
  • on the CELLA Administration Record/Security
    Checklist.
  • Test administrators are required to maintain an
    accurate 2014 CELLA Security
  • Log.
  • Test administrators and proctors must sign the
    2014 CELLA Administration and
  • Security Agreement.
  • Test administrators must transcribe/record
    students exact responses from the
  • large print or Braille version of the test to
    the standard version.

TAM, p. 36, DFA, pp. 4 - 7, Appendix C
57
Security Log
TAM, pp. 37 Appendix C
58
Test Invalidation Procedures
Box 21 DO NOT SCORE Contains DNS and UNDO
bubbles for each test section
TAM, pp. 26 - 29
59
Test Invalidation Procedures
  • The appropriate DNS bubble MUST be gridded if
  • The document is defective and USED.
  • Any of the following information on the PreID
    label is INCORRECT and affixed to a USED
    document.
  • - Last Name
  • - Student ID Number
  • - District Number
  • - School Number
  • - Grade Level
  • - ELL Status
  • A student label has been placed over another
    PreID label on a USED document.
  • A student has an electronic device during testing
    or during a break.
  • 5) A student is caught cheating during the
    test.

TAM, pp. 26 - 29
60
Test Invalidation Procedures
  • The appropriate DNS bubble MAY be gridded if
  • A student becomes ill and is unable to complete
    the session.
  • A student is not allowed the correct amount of
    time to finish.
  • A student is given an accommodation NOT allowed
    in CELLA.
  • A student is given an accommodation NOT indicated
    on the students IEP, Section 504 plan, or ELL
    Plan.
  • A student was not provided an allowable
    accommodation which was indicated on the
    students IEP, Section 504 plan, or ELL Plan.
  • A student is disruptive during testing.
  • Used answer documents with gridded DNS or UNDO
    bubbles should be submitted with TO BE SCORED
    materials.

TAM, p. 28
61
Test Invalidation Procedures
  • It is not necessary to invalidate an answer
    document if
  • The preidentified document belongs to a student
    who has withdrawn prior to testing.
  • The preidentified document belongs to a student
    who has been absent during the entire test
    administration window.
  • The document is defective and UNUSED.
  • The preidentification information is incorrect
    and the document is UNUSED.

TAM, p. 27
62
Test Invalidation Procedures
  • Defective Materials
  • If a defective test book is identified during
    testing, give the student a replacement test
    book.
  • If the defective book is a Level A , upon
    completion of the test,
  • the student must (under supervision of the
    test administrator)
  • transcribe the exact answers to the
    appropriate replacement
  • document.
  • If the defective book is Level B, C, or D, the
    student will
  • continue using the Levels B, C, or D answer
    sheet.
  • If a test book is defective or becomes soiled,
    notify Student Assessment and Educational Testing
    at 305-995-7520.

TAM, pp. 28 - 29
63
Reason Not Assessed
TAM, p. 29
64
Preparing Materials for Return
All 2014 CELLA materials must be returned to
Questar as follows
  • PINK return label TO BE SCORED answer
    documents
  • YELLOW return label NOT TO BE SCORED materials

TAM, pp. 42 - 50, Packet, pp. 10 - 11
65
Preparing Materials for Return
Preparing TO BE SCORED Test Materials
  • Verify that all distributed secure materials
    have been
  • returned by the test administrators.
  • TO BE SCORED (Pink label) materials include
  • Used Level A Test Books
  • Used Levels B, C, and/or D Answer Sheets
  • Documents with gridded DNS bubbles
  • (packed at the bottom of the stack)

TAM, pp. 43 - 45
66
Preparing Materials for Return
Preparing TO BE SCORED Test Materials
Complete the Document Count Form for TO BE SCORED
materials (PURPLE) NOTE Complete one form
per grade level and be sure to include documents
with gridded DNS bubbles in your counts.
TAM, pp. 42 - 46
67
Preparing Materials for Return
Preparing TO BE SCORED Test Materials
Complete the School Return Summary for To Be
Scored materials (RED) NOTE ONE PER SCHOOL
TAM, pp. 40 - 45
68
Preparing Materials for Return
TO BE SCORED Test Materials
  • Place the School Return Summary on top of the
  • materials in Box 1.
  • Affix the PINK label to the top of the box
  • At the bottom of each PINK label, write
  • the number of the box and the total number of
    boxes of
  • TO BE SCORED materials that you are
    returning.
  • (Ex. 1 of X, 2 of X, 3 of X, etc.)

TAM, pp. 40 45 Packet, p. 10
69
Preparing Materials for Virtual School Students
Preparing Test Materials for FLVS or Miami-Dade
Online
Complete the district and school number on the
answer document as appropriate (see chart below).
District Name and Number School Name and Number
Florida Virtual School (71) Florida Virtual School Full-Time K-8 (0300)
Florida Virtual School (71) Florida Virtual School Full-Time 9-12 (0400)
Miami-Dade (13) Miami-Dade Online (7001)
TAM, p. 14
70
Preparing Materials for Return for Virtual
School Students
Preparing TO BE SCORED Test Materials for FLVS or
Miami-Dade Online for Return
Follow the materials return instructions that
begin on page 40 of the TAM. Use the header
sheets sent via email - Complete the Document
County Form(s) and School Return Summary forms
sent via email using the appropriate district and
school number. - Make copies for your records.
- Package the To Be Scored materials, Document
Count Form(s), and School Return Summary for the
virtual school students in a large envelope and
place on top of your schools materials in Box 1
of your PINK labeled TO BE SCORED materials.
TAM, p. 42
71
Preparing Materials for Return
Preparing NOT TO BE SCORED Test Materials
  • NOT TO BE SCORED materials include
  • Unused Level A Test Books (including used and
  • unused large print test books)
  • Level A One-on-One Prompt Books
  • Used and Unused Levels B, C, and D Test Books
  • (including large print and Braille)
  • Unused Levels B, C, or D Answer Sheets
  • Listening CDs - Levels A1 B1 and Levels C1
    D1
  • Directions for Administration
  • Training CDs for Speaking
  • Defective Materials (if applicable)

TAM, pp. 46 47, Packet, p. 10
72
Preparing Materials for Return
NOT TO BE SCORED Test Materials
  • Place a copy of the CELLA Administration
  • Record/Security Checklist on top of the
    materials in Box 1.
  • Affix the YELLOW label to the top of the box.
  • At the bottom of each YELLOW label, write
  • the number of the box and the total number of
    boxes of
  • NOT TO BE SCORED materials that you are
    returning.
  • (Ex. 1 of X, 2 of X, 3 of X, etc.)

TAM, pp. 46 47, Packet, p. 10
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Preparing Materials for Return
Destroy at School Site
  • Test Administration Manuals
  • Unused Paper Bands
  • Unused Document Count Forms and School Return
  • Summaries
  • Unused Questar Return Labels
  • Remaining PreID Student Rosters and PreID
    Student Labels

Keep test administration manuals until results
have been provided, then destroy at the school
site.
TAM, p. 48
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Preparing Materials for Return
District Coordinator ONLY Envelope
  • Items to include
  • Original signed CELLA Administration
    Record/Security
  • Checklist
  • Original 2014 CELLA Security Logs
  • Copy of School Return Summary for the To Be
    Scored
  • Materials
  • Copy of Document Count Form for To Be Scored
    Materials
  • by Grade
  • Accounting for All 2014 CELLA Materials
  • School Procedural Checklist
  • Bill of Lading
  • On the front of the envelope write
  • DISTRICT COORDINATOR ONLY

Signed Administration and Security Agreements
should be kept on file at your school site.
TAM, p. 48 Packet, p. 10
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Scheduling Pick-Up through K2 Logistics
  • Schedule your CELLA pick-up 24 - 48 hours in
    advance
  • (last pickup date is April 9, 2014)
  • Access the online booking site at
    www.k2assessments.com
  • Follow instructions on page 52 of the Test
    Administration
  • Manual
  • Check your email to ensure that a confirmation
    was issued by
  • K2 Logistics
  • Ensure that you obtain the Bill of Lading
    provided by K2
  • Logistics upon pick-up

TAM, pp. 52 - 53
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Review of the Return of CELLA 2014 Test Materials
Materials should be returned March 11, 2014
April 9, 2014 K2 Logistics To Be Scored
Materials Not To Be Scored Materials School
Mail 9038 Test Distribution Center District
Coordinator Envelope
TAM, pp. 42-48 Packet, pp. 10-11
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Comment Form
2014 CELLA Customer Satisfaction Survey Please
access the following site after testing has been
completed. http//www.fldoe.org/aala/CELLA.asp
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Receiving 2014 CELLA Student Score Reports
  • Score reports will be delivered to schools in
    June
  • Questar provides schools with only two copies of
    the
  • CELLA Student Report
  • Reports should be distributed in the following
    manner
  • File one copy in the students LEP folder
  • that goes in the cumulative records
  • Send one copy home with the student

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Sample Student Score Report
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Contact Information
STUDENT ASSESSMENT AND EDUCATIONAL
TESTING Felicia Mallory Fmallory_at_dadeschools.net
Denetra Collins Collinsd_at_dadeschools.net
305-995-7520 Fax 305-995-7522
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