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Title: Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System


1
T E L P A S
TEXAS ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
ASSESSMENT SYSTEM 2011
2
General Information
  • TELPAS fulfills federal requirements for
    assessing the English language proficiency of
    English language learners in K-12 in four
    language domains listening, speaking, reading,
    and writing.
  • TELPAS assesses students in alignment with the
    Texas English Language Proficiency Standards
    (ELPS).
  • Student performance is reported in terms of four
    English language proficiency levels beginning
    (B), intermediate (I), advanced (A), and advanced
    high (AH).

3
  • A holistically rated assessment process is used
    for Grades 2-12 listening, speaking, and
    writing.
  • Reading is assessed through an online multiple
    choice testing program
  • TELPAS is administered to all eligible LEP
    students, including LEP students who do not
    participate in a bilingual or an English as a
    second language (ESL) program because of a
    parental denial (DA).

4
Key Changes for This Year
  • The Texas Assessment Management System has
    replaced the previous eMeasurement online testing
    management system.
  • Student tutorials for grades 2 12 online
    reading tests have been revised and are available
    for download. (The new student tutorials help
    students become comfortable with the testing
    interface and format of the test items.)
  • Previous versions of the TELPAS student tutorials
    are no longer applicable and must not be used.

5
TELPAS Schedule
  • The TELPAS online Reading Test will be
    administered exclusively online during the five
    week assessment window March 7 April 8, 2011.
  • Tutorial for students will be on Wednesday, March
    23, 2011. Veterans Memorial Academy will
    administer the online Reading Test on Thursday
    Friday, March 24 25, 2011. .
  • Make-up days will follow throughout the
    assessment window. TEA expects 100
    participation. Testing will continue until all
    students have participated.

6
Student and Test Data Submission
  • Student Data (PEIMS)
  • Student ID (SS )
  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Ethnicity/Race
  • Number of Years in U.S. Schools
  • Special Language Program Type
  • TELPAS Assessment Information
  • Students' Answers to the Reading Test
  • Holistic Proficiency Ratings
  • Rater Information
  • Accommodations Used
  • Any Reason Why a Student was Unable to be Assessed

7
TEST SECURITY AND CONFIDENTIALITY REQUIREMENTS
  • All testing personnel must be trained and must
    sign an oath before handling or viewing secure
    test materials, confidential information or
    administering a test.
  • All assessments must be administered in strict
    accordance with the instructions contained in the
    test administration materials. No portion of any
    secure online test may be duplicated, printed,
    captured, or photographed at any time without
    prior authorization from TEA.

8
TEST SECURITY AND CONFIDENTIALITY REQUIREMENTS
CONTINUED
  • No person may view, reveal or discuss the
    contents of a secure assessment instrument or
    answer verbally or nonverbally any questions that
    relates to the contents of a test before, during,
    or after a test administration unless
    specifically authorized to do so by the
    procedures outlined in the test administration
    materials. All test content is considered secure
    until test are released to the public.

9
TEST SECURITY AND CONFIDENTIALITY REQUIREMENTS
CONTINUED
  • No person may review or discuss student responses
    during or after a test administration unless
    specifically authorized to do so by the
    procedures outlined in the test administration
    materials.
  • No person may change any response or instruct a
    student to do so.

10
CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT FOR ONLINE TESTING
Before testing personnel can access secure online
administrative features of the Texas Assessment
Management System to administer any online
assessment, they must read and accept a statement
of confidentiality that is displayed when logging
in to the website for the first time.
http//www.texasassessment.com/telpasonlinetrainin
g/
11
SECURITY OATHS
  • ALL campus personnel who participate in
    state-mandated testing and/or handle or view
    secure test materials or confidential information
    must be trained and sign a security oath for EACH
    role.
  • Security Oaths for
  • Raters
  • Writing Collection Verifiers
  • Test Administrators
  • Sign bottom of oath after completion of test
    administration.
  • Oaths must be returned to Mrs. N. L. Espinoza
    after the administration is completed.
  • Oaths will be kept on file in the district for 5
    years.

12
TESTING IRREGULARITIES
  • Incidents resulting in a deviation from
    documented testing procedures are defined as
    testing irregularities.
  • Each person participating in testing is directly
    responsible for reporting to campus testing
    coordinator, Mrs. N. L. Espinoza any violation or
    suspected violation.
  • Failure to report any individual who has engaged
    in conduct that violates the security or
    confidentiality of a test violates 19 TAC CHAPTER
    101 and could result in sanctions.

13
PENALITIES FOR PROHIBITED CONDUCT
  • Any person who violates, assists in the
    violation of, or solicits another to violate or
    assist in the violation of test security or
    confidentiality, and any person who fails to
    report such violations, may be penalized through
  • Placement of restrictions on the issuance,
    renewal, or holding of a Texas educator
    certificate, either indefinitely or for a set
    term
  • Issuance of an inscribed or non-inscribed
    reprimand
  • Suspension of a Texas educator certificate for a
    set term or
  • Revocation or cancellation of a Texas educator
    certificate without opportunity for reapplication
    for set term or permanently .

14
PENALITIES FOR PROHIBITED CONDUCT CONTINUED
  • Irregularities in test security or
    confidentiality may result in the invalidation of
    student results.
  • Release or disclosure of confidential test items
    could result in CRIMINAL PROSECUTION under
    Section 39.0303, Section 552.352 of the Texas
    Government Code and Section 37.10 of the Texas
    Penal Code.
  • Certified personnel are directly responsible for
    supervising any certified or noncertified
    paraprofessionals who have access to secure test
    materials and confidential information.
  • If a violation of test security or
    confidentiality occurs under this circumstance,
    the supervising certified professional is subject
    to the penalties listed.

15
EXAMPLES OF TESTING IRREGULARITIES
  • Eligibility Error
  • Eligible students were not rated in one or more
    domains
  • Eligible students were not given the grades 2-12
    reading test.
  • IEP Implementation Issue
  • A student receiving special education services
    was not provided a prescribed accommodation.
  • Improper Accounting for Confidential or Secure
    Materials
  • A rater, test administrator, campus testing
    coordinator, or district coordinator lost or
    misplaced writing collections or other
    confidential or secure materials.

16
MORE EXAMPLES OF TESTING IRREGULARITIES
  • Monitoring Error
  • A campus testing coordinator did not require
    raters to return confidential materials.
  • A test administrator left a room unmonitored when
    students or secure materials were present or when
    secure online tests were visible.
  • Secure online tests were left open and visible
    during a lunch/short break taken in the testing
    room, or restroom breaks.
  • Testing personnel DID NOT monitor students during
    a break.
  • A Test administrator DID NOT ensure students
    worked independently during testing. (students
    were not prevented from gaining an unfair
    advantage through the use of cell phones, text
    messages, or other means).

17
MORE EXAMPLES OF TESTING IRREGULARITIES
  • Procedural Error
  • A test administrator failed to issue the correct
    materials, or students were provided
    non-allowable materials.
  • Teachers shared answers to the online calibration
    activities or practice rating activities in the
    online training courses.
  • Testing personnel who were not properly trained
    were allowed to rate students or administer
    tests.
  • A test administrator failed to use the test
    administrators manual or failed to read aloud the
    bolded test administration directions as outlined
    in the manual.

18
MORE EXAMPLES OF TESTING IRREGULARITIES
  • A test administrator failed to remove or cover
    ALL instructional displays.
  • A TELPAS writing collection was not submitted in
    accordance with required assembly criteria.
  • A test administrator failed to provide a student
    with the correct student authorization to access
    the TELPAS reading test.
  • A test administrator administered the wrong grade
    cluster test to a student

19
Potential Referral to the Educator Certification
and Standards Division
  • Behaviors described below constitute serious
    violations of test security or confidentiality.
    Disciplinary action at both the local and state
    levels may be taken against individuals involved,
    including suspension or termination of educator
    certification credentials.
  • Testing personnel
  • viewed a test before, during, or after an
    assessment
  • scored student tests, either formally or
    informally
  • discussed secure test content, student responses,
    or student performance
  • duplicated, printed, captured, or photographed a
    secure online test
  • directly or indirectly assisted students with
    responses to test questions
  • tampered with student responses or holistic
    ratings

20
REPORTING OF DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS TAKEN AGAINST
STUDENTS FOR CHEATING ON STATE ASSESSMENTS
  • If the district determines that a student has
    cheated on a state assessment
  • The district may choose to invalidate the
    student's test.
  • Disciplinary action may be taken at the local
    level in accordance with district policy.
  • Locally determined disciplinary actions stemming
    from cheating must be submitted to TEA via the
    online reporting form.
  • A separate online incident report form and
    documentation are necessary only if the district
    determines that testing personnel contributed to,
    caused, or did not detect the cheating due to
    inadequate monitoring or another error.

21
RATER RESPONSIBILITIES
  • General Information
  • The Holistically rated components of TELPAS
    consist of
  • Writing collections for grades 2 12
  • Observational assessments in listening and
    speaking for grades 2 - 12
  • Overview of the Rating Reporting Process
  • You will be assigned students to rate.
  • You are responsible for holistically rating the
    English Language Proficiency of your assigned
    students.
  • You will need to complete your rater training
    requirements and follow the assessment procedures
    in the LPAC Manual.
  • After training you will
  • Assess the English language proficiency of
    students and assign one of four ratings
    beginning (B), intermediate (I), advanced (A), or
    advanced high (AH)
  • Record student's ratings and related information
    on the TELPAS Student Rating Roster in Appendix B

22
RATER RESPONSIBILITIES CONTINUED
  • Overview of the Rating Reporting Process
    Continued
  • You will base your ratings on classroom
    observations and written student work.
  • You will gather writing samples and create
    student writing collections.
  • Writing collections will be verified by another
    trained educator.
  • You must complete the TELPAS Writing Collection
    Cover Sheet and Verification Checklist in
    Appendix C. This Cover Sheet MUST be stapled to
    each student's writing collection.
  • All writing samples must be turned in and filed
    in a box located in Mrs. Espinozas office by
    Friday, March 4, 2011.
  • Writing collections are kept in the students'
    permanent record files for two years.
  • TELPAS assessment results must be used to plan
    for instruction and to meet state and federal
    assessment requirements.

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RATER CREDENTIALS
  • Each teacher selected to rate must
  • have student in class at time of spring
    assessment
  • be knowledgeable about the students ability to
    use English in instructional and informal
    settings
  • hold valid education credentials such as a
    teacher certificate or permit
  • be appropriately trained in the holistic rating
    process as required by the 2010-11 TELPAS
    administration materials
  • rate the students in ALL eligible language
    domains
  • Raters may include the following
  • Bilingual education teacher
  • ESL teacher
  • General Education Teacher of specific foundation
    subjects
  • Special Education Teacher
  • G/T Teacher
  • Teachers of enrichment subjects

Paraprofessionals may NOT serve as raters.
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ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
  • All ELLs in grades 2-12, including ELLs with
    parent denials, are required to be assessed in
    listening, speaking, writing through the holistic
    rating processes with the following exceptions
  • ARD Decisions In rare cases it may be necessary
    for the ARD committee in conjunction with the
    language proficiency assessment committee (LPAC),
    to determine that an ELL receiving special
    education services should not be rated in a
    particular language domain for reasons associated
    with the students particular disability.
    Participation must be considered on a
    domain-by-domain basis. The reason for not
    rating a student in a particular domain must be
    well-supported and documented in the students
    IEP and permanent record file.
  • Other Rare Exceptions An ELL may be unable to
    be rated in one or more domains due to
    extenuating circumstances. Contact Mrs. N. L.
    Espinoza if you think a student may have
    extenuating circumstances to determine how to
    proceed.

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ACCOMMODATIONS
These assessments are based on class work and
observations of students in daily instruction.
Ratings should be based on instruction that
includes accommodations used routinely as long as
the accommodations do not invalidate the ability
to evaluate the students English language
proficiency level according to the Proficiency
Level Descriptors (PLDs).
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ACTIVITY 1
  • Attend training session on administration
    procedures
  • All raters and writing collection verifiers are
    required to be trained annually in TELPAS
    administration procedures for the holistically
    rated assessment components.
  • The TELPAS manual for Raters and Test
    Administrators was given to you before the
    training session on January 25, 2011. You are
    responsible for the contents of the manual.
  • You must complete an online basic training course
    titled Assembling and Verifying Grades 2-12
    Writing Collections.
  • http//www.texasassessment.com/telpasonlinetra
    ining/

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ACTIVITY 2
  • Teachers are required to complete annual training
    before assessing students for TELPAS
  • After TELPAS administrative procedural training
    (January 25, 2011) online holistic rating
    training process begins.
  • Two Online Training Components are used
  • Online Basic Training Course (Required for New
    Raters)
  • Grades 2-12 course covers listening, speaking,
    and writing
  • Participants practice rating students
  • New Raters must complete this course before
    beginning online calibration activities (Approx.
    time 4 5 hours)
  • Online Calibration (Required for New and
    Returning Raters)
  • Consist of three sets of students to be rated
  • Each language domain is represented
  • Grades 2-12 includes listening, speaking, and
    writing
  • Raters complete only as many sets as it takes to
    calibrate (Approx. time per set 1 hour)

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ACTIVITY 2 - CONTINUED
  • Online Basic Training Course
  • Complete courses in a setting free from
    distractions
  • Divided into modules
  • Practice activities are required to be completed
    independently
  • Five practice activities are included for each
    language domain
  • There is no required number of students to rate
    correctly since the activities are for practice
  • If you rate students incorrectly, read the rating
    annotations and review the PLDs carefully
  • It is a violation of state assessment procedures
    to share or discuss answers with individuals who
    have not yet completed the course
  • Raters are required to read an online statement
    and affirm they will complete the course
    independently
  • When completing course, go to the Training
    History Section and print a copy of your
    certificate turn in a copy of your certificate
    to Mrs. N. L. Espinoza
  • Online training courses must be completed during
    conference and/or
  • team planning on Tues. - Wed., February 1 2,
    Friday, February 4, 2011

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ACTIVITY 2 - CONTINUED
  • Online Calibration
  • Must be completed by new and returning raters
  • Three calibration sets each set contains 10
    students to be rated
  • The first two calibration sets are available
    beginning January 31
  • The third set will become available beginning
    February 16
  • You must rate at least 70 of the students
    correctly within a set
  • You will calibrate across domains, NOT separate
    domains
  • Complete the calibration activities in a setting
    free from distractions
  • Refer to the PLDs as you rate each student
  • You may refer to other holistic rating training
    notes or materials as well, if desired
  • You may complete one of the following exercises
    to warm up
  • Review practice activities from the online basic
    training
  • Rate student video clips at the end of the
    language domain chapters in the Educator Guide to
    TELPAS
  • http//www.tea.state.tx.us/student.assessment/ELL/
    telpas/K12InfoGuide.pdf
  • Practice rating the TELPAS warm-up writing
    collections available on the Resources screen of
    the TrainingCenter website
  • Online training courses must be completed during
    conference and/or team planning on Tues. - Wed.,
    February 1 2, Friday, February 4, 2011

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ACTIVITY 2 - CONTINUED
  • Supplemental Holistic Rating Training
  • Individuals who do not calibrate after completing
    the second set will be provided supplemental
    training support before attempting the third and
    final set of calibrations activities
  • Notify Mrs. N. L. Espinoza if you do not
    calibrate by the end of the second set
  • Raters will be given an access code to proceed
    with the third calibration set upon completion of
    their supplemental training
  • Raters who complete all requirements but do not
    successfully calibrate may be authorized to serve
    as raters at the discretion of the district.
    However, districts are required to provide rating
    support so that their assigned students are
    assessed consistent with the PLDs.

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ACTIVITY 3
  • Assembling Grades 2-12 Writing Collections
  • Writing collections must contain at least 5
    writing samples
  • Writing assigned must be dated on or after
    February 1, 2011
  • Writing samples must be turned in and filed in
    the student's folder with Mrs. N. L. Espinoza by
    Friday, March 4, 2011
  • Rating must be completed by Friday, March 11,
    2011.
  • Writing should reflect a student's current
    proficiency level. For a student near the border
    between two levels, the rater should consider
    using writing assigned toward the latter part of
    the collection window.
  • Writing assignments must include NAME and DATE.
  • Cover Sheet and Verification Checklist (Appendix
    C) must be completed and stapled to each
    student's writing collection
  • Photocopies of classroom writing assignments may
    be included as long as copied pages are clear and
    legible.
  • District coordinators are required to submit a
    testing irregularity incident report to TEA if
    student ratings submitted are based on
    incorrectly assembled collections.

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ACTIVITY 3 CONTINUED
  • Writing Collections Base writing assignments on
    the content area TEKS and linguistically
    accommodated instruction required by the ELPS.
  • TYPE 1 Basic descriptive writing on a personal /
    familiar topic (pg. 25)
  • TYPE 2 Writing about a familiar process (pg. 25)
  • TYPE 3 Narrative Writing about a past event (pg.
    26)
  • One required in each collection
  • TYPE 4 Reflective writing (pg. 26)
  • TYPE 5 Extended writing on a topic from language
    arts (pg. 26)
  • TYPE 6 Expository or procedural writing from
    science, mathematics, or social studies (pg. 27)
  • Two required in each collection

Remember 5 samples must be in each
collection Collections must be completed by
Friday, March 4, 2011
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TIPS FOR GOOD WRITING COLLECTIONS
  • Encourage students to take their time and write
    in as much detail as they can.
  • Include writing tasks that allow students to show
    what they can do. Allow them to showcase the
    English they know and the language they have
    internalized while writing on topics that are
    comfortable and familiar.
  • Include writing tasks that stretch and push
    student's limits. Make special efforts to assign
    them extended writing tasks that require them to
    use abstract language, analyze, hypothesize,
    defend point of view, explain a complex process
    in detail, and use precise and descriptive
    language.

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What NOT to Include in a Collection
  • Papers containing language directly copied from a
    textbook, lesson, or other written source
  • Students need to write using their own words.
  • Papers in which the student relies heavily on a
    dictionary or thesaurus
  • Papers showing teacher corrections
  • Papers that have been polished through editing by
    peers, parents, or teachers
  • Students may revise their own writing
  • Papers in which the student writes primarily in
    his/her native language
  • Worksheets or question-answer writing assignments
  • Photocopies of TAKS written compositions or
    responses to TAKS open-ended questions
  • Papers that are brief, incomplete, or rushed

35
VERIFYING the Writing Collection Components
  • TELPAS Rater and paraprofessionals are NOT
    permitted to be campus verifiers.
  • TELPAS Writing Collection Verifiers are required
    to attend training on verifying tasks and
    administrative procedures.
  • Verifiers must complete the verification
    checklist in Appendix C to ensure each collection
    includes
  • five total writing samples
  • one narrative about a past event, and two
    academic writing samples from science, social
    studies, or mathematics
  • student's NAME DATE
  • NO writing samples dated before February 1, 2011
  • NO papers showing teacher corrections
  • NO worksheets, question-answer assignments, or
    TAKS written compositions and
  • samples written primarily in ENGLISH.

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VERIFYING the Writing Collection Components
  • TELPAS Rater and paraprofessionals are NOT
    permitted to be campus verifiers.
  • TELPAS Writing Collection Verifiers are required
    to attend training on verifying tasks and
    administrative procedures.
  • Verifiers must complete the verification
    checklist in Appendix C to ensure each collection
    includes
  • five total writing samples
  • one narrative about a past event, and two
    academic writing samples from science, social
    studies, or mathematics
  • student's NAME DATE
  • NO writing samples dated before February 1, 2011
  • NO papers showing teacher corrections
  • NO worksheets, question-answer assignments, or
    TAKS written compositions and
  • samples written primarily in ENGLISH.

37
VERIFYING the Writing Collection
Components CONTINUED
Collections that DO NOT meet requirements will be
returned to the rater. Once the collection meets
the requirements, the verifier will initial and
sign the verification checklist on the reverse
side of the writing collection cover sheet. VMA
TELPAS Verifiers Counselors Sylvia
Alfaro Eleuterio Martinez Lidia
Martinez Deans Oralia Cruz Idalia
Garcia Special Ed. Dept. Head Lois
Sundling Elective Teacher Rosa Valenzuela
Writing samples due- Friday, March 4,
2011 Rating completed by- Friday, March 11,
2011 Verifying completed by- Friday, March 25,
2011
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ACTIVITY 4 Prepare to rate your students.
  • Review of the Holistic Rating Process (Basic
    Online Training Course)
  • Language Domain Definitions
  • Listening The ability to understand spoken
    language, comprehend and extract information, and
    follow social and instructional discourse
  • Speaking The ability to use spoken language
    appropriately and effectively in learning
    activities and social interactions
  • Reading The ability to comprehend and interpret
    written text at the grade-appropriate level
  • Writing The ability to produce written text
    with content and format to fulfill
    grade-appropriate classroom assignments

39
ACTIVITY 4 Prepare to rate your students.
  • Proficiency levels within a domain can vary
  • Students between two proficiency levels require
    close attention
  • Collaborate with others if needed before
    assigning a proficiency level
  • High academic achievement is not mentioned in the
    definition AH it is not a
  • prerequisite of the attainment of academic
    English language proficiency

40
ACTIVITY 4 Prepare to rate your students.
  • AH proficiency supports the ability of ELLs to
    achieve academically
  • An ELL with an AH who is not achieving
    academically needs interventions
  • related to the subject matter taught, NOT second
    language acquisition
  • Observe your ELLs during formal and informal
    academic tasks and interactions
  • Evaluate their command of English
  • ELLs receiving special education services have
    the ability to use English to
  • access the general curriculum at their enrolled
    grade in accordance with their IEP

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ACTIVITY 4 Prepare to rate your students.
  • Listening
  • Reacting to oral presentations
  • Responding to text read aloud
  • Following directions
  • Cooperative group work
  • Informal interactions with peers
  • large/small-group instructional interactions
  • One-on-one interviews
  • Individual student conferences
  • Speaking
  • Cooperative group work
  • Oral presentations
  • Informal interactions with peers
  • Large/small-group instructional interactions
  • One-on-one interviews
  • Speaking Continued
  • Classroom discussions
  • Articulation of problem solving
  • Individual student conferences
  • Writing
  • Descriptive writing on a familiar topic
  • Writing about a familiar process
  • Narrative writing about a past event
  • Reflective writing
  • Extended writing from language arts classes
  • Expository or procedural writing from science,
    mathematics, and social studies classes

You may collaborate with others, but remember,
you are the official rater and are ultimately
responsible for the ratings you assign.
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ACTIVITY 5 Rate your students.
  • When you rate your students, you will need
  • The TELPAS Manual, which includes the PLDs on
    pgs. 39, 40, 43
  • The TELPAS Student Rating Roster in Appendix B
    and
  • The student writing collections and Writing
    Collection Cover Sheets in Appendix C
  • Follow rating procedures on pg. 38
  • Indicate your ratings and rater information on
    the TELPAS Student Rating Roster
  • Make sure the information is accurate and
    complete
  • Campus coordinator or designated testing
    personnel will enter the ratings and rater
    information in the Assessment Management System
  • TELPAS Student Rating Roster will be retained on
    the campus as an official assessment record

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ACTIVITY 6 Create and manage rating entry groups.
  • Campus Testing Coordinator or designee will be
    responsible for
  • Creating rating entry groups
  • may group students by rater or other groupings
    (English Teacher, etc.)
  • adding students to existing rating entry groups
  • removing students from rating entry groups
  • Students may be removed from existing rating
    entry groups without loss of data
  • Holistic rating data may be entered or modified
    only when students are in a rating entry group

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ACTIVITY 7 Enter rating information online.
  • Information supplied by the campus raters on the
    TELPAS
  • Student Rating Roster will be entered in the
    Assessment
  • Management System.
  • Individuals will be assigned the roles of
  • Online Session Administrator or
  • Rating Entry Assistant
  • More Information
  • To enter proficiency ratings and rater
    information refer to pgs. 46 48 of the TELPAS
    Manual
  • Contact Mrs. N. L. Espinoza if you have any
    questions about entering rating information (ext.
    6015)
  • If necessary, Pearson's Austin Operations Center
    can be contacted at 800-627-0225

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ACTIVITY 8 Prepare materials for return.
  • Complete the following before returning TELPAS
    materials
  • Verify holistic ratings and rater information
    on the TELPAS Student Rating Roster are accurate
    and complete
  • Review the accuracy of student data
  • Complete, sign, and date the TELPAS Student
    Rating Roster
  • Complete the Writing Collection Cover Sheets
    and ensure they are stapled to the student's
    writing collections
  • Return the following to Mrs. N. L. Espinoza
  • Signed oath of test security and
    confidentiality
  • Kept on file for five years
  • TELPAS Student Rating Roster
  • Kept on file for one year
  • Student writing collections in provided folders
  • Kept in students' permanent record files for two
    years
  • TELPAS Manual
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