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Title: Bring it On!- Not So New Coordinator


1
Bring it On!- Not So New Coordinators Face STAAR
STAAR Quest- Searching for STAAR Answers
  • Texas Assessment Conference 2011

2
YOUR STAAR-STUDDED PANEL
  • Laura Witte, DTC, North East ISD
  • lwitte_at_neisd.net
  • Joe Orr, TC, Northside ISD
  • joseph.orr_at_nisd.net
  • Bill Renton, DTC, South San ISD
  • brenton_at_southsanisd.net
  • Moderator Sandra Poth, Retired DTC
    sandrapoth_at_nisd.net

3
YOUR STAAR-STUDDED ORGANIZATION
  • TSNAP
  • www.tsnap.org
  • The ONLY professional organization
    representing testing assessment professionals
    in Texas!

VISIT THE TSNAP BOOTH TODAY
4
LAUNCH PLANNING Pre-Conference Survey Session
Goals
  • Joe Orr, Northside ISD

5
Survey ResultsPre-Conference Survey Session
Goals
  • Survey Results -
  • Session Goals

6
Do you have a PLAN?
  • Is your Plan Written Down?
  • Has it been reviewed and approved by top
    administration?
  • Is it communicated to appropriate staff?
  • Is it a working document that is updated on a
    regular basis?

7
Details Checklist see handout
Test Administration Long Pearson Description Window for Selection of Details Precode Submission Selection Paper Submission Window Online Submission Window Paper Testing Sort Order Date entered into TAMS Date to Pull Precode File File Verified Sorted Send Precode File Date Submitted to TAMS w/o Error Optional Reports Deadline
TAKS ALT Training Modules       N/A N/A              
TELPAS Overview       N/A N/A              
TAKS October Exit Retest     Exit File   Paper 1-Gr/Stu            
March STAAR March 2012 STAAR Grades 47 Writing and Grades 58 Math Reading Administration 11-9 / 12/9 District 1-16 / 2/10 N/A 1-Gr/Stu           3/30/2012
March STAAR EOC March 2012 STAAR EOC 11-9 / 1-20 District 1-16 / 2-10   1-Gr/Stu            
March TAKS                        
March TAKS Exit Retest March 2012 TAKS Exit Level Retest Administration 11-9 / 12-9 Exit File 1-3 / 1-20 Paper 1-Gr/Stu           3/12/2012
TELPAS Reading 2012 TELPAS Administration 11-9 / 12-9 District TBA   1-Stu            
LAT/STAAR-L       TBA Paper              
April STAAR April 2012 STAAR Grades 3-8 Administration 11-9 / 2-17 District 3-5 / 3-16 N/A 2-Grp/Stu           5/2/2012
April TAKS April 2012 TAKS/TAKS-M Grades 10,11, and Exit Level Administration 11-9 / 2/17 District 3-5 / 3-16 N/A             5/2/2012
April TAKS Exit Retest   N/A Exit File N/A Paper 1-Gr/Stu            
May STAAR/EOC       TBA Paper 1-Stu            
July STAAR/EOC       TBA Paper 1-Stu            
July TAKS Exit Retest     Exit File N/A Paper 1-Gr/Stu            
                         
                         
Note - If you wish a different order for Elementary vs MS or HS, then you should submit as 2 and leave the group field blank where you want alpha documents. Note - If you wish a different order for Elementary vs MS or HS, then you should submit as 2 and leave the group field blank where you want alpha documents. Note - If you wish a different order for Elementary vs MS or HS, then you should submit as 2 and leave the group field blank where you want alpha documents. Note - If you wish a different order for Elementary vs MS or HS, then you should submit as 2 and leave the group field blank where you want alpha documents. Note - If you wish a different order for Elementary vs MS or HS, then you should submit as 2 and leave the group field blank where you want alpha documents. Note - If you wish a different order for Elementary vs MS or HS, then you should submit as 2 and leave the group field blank where you want alpha documents. Note - If you wish a different order for Elementary vs MS or HS, then you should submit as 2 and leave the group field blank where you want alpha documents. Note - If you wish a different order for Elementary vs MS or HS, then you should submit as 2 and leave the group field blank where you want alpha documents.
8
Enrollment Process
While you should have entered your enrollment
(participation) counts already, however be
prepared to make adjustments In the January
adjustment period. January 327,
2012
9
Training
10
Checklist
11
Questions?
12
WHAT IS ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT?
  • Sandra Poth, Retired DTC

13
WHAT IS ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT?
  • COMMUNICATION
  • Calendaring
  • Scheduling
  • Training

14
COMMUNICATION
  • Primary concept in Organizational Management
  • EARLY and TIMELY notification of testing dates
  • Accuracy of information
  • Ease of access to information
  • Appropriate detail, as needed, by audience
  • Reminders at key points in calendar
  • Date your communications to distinguish updates
  • Do NOT assume anyone knows it like YOU do!

15
Create a District-wide Communication Plan for
STAAR
  • Create a calendar for publications and assign
    duties
  • Create a team/committee
  • Website
  • Newsletters
  • Parent letters
  • Robo calls
  • Brochures
  • Local news outlets i.e., newspapers, TV
  • Community Forums i.e. PTA meetings
  • Powerpoint presentations that campuses may use

Get the Word Out!
16
Ways to Communicate
Newsletter
Powerpoint Pres.
Brochures
17
Communicate Where to Find Student Scores
  • North East ISD Example
  • TAMS Student Portal using Access Code on CSR
  • and data file from Pearson
  • NEISD Student Portal
  • NEISD Compass (District created system for
    teachers)
  • Confidential Student Report (CSR)
  • Robo Calls from district
  • Report Card/Progress Reports
  • Create Acknowledgement of Understanding for
    parents/guardians to NEISD Documentation

18
CALENDARING
  • MAJOR CONSIDERATIONS
  • What we know NOW What we dont know YET
  • Use TEA calendar of events to create checklist.
  • Be sure to include
  • Test Dates, including window ranges
  • State District events assessments
  • Add your TRAINING and REPORTING dates

TIP OF THE TRADE Involve your (CTCs) if possible
19
CALENDAR VARIATIONS
  • Specific programs require separate calendars
    across the school year create these, layering
    them onto the general calendar.
  • STAAR-Alt (Special Education Department)
  • When does the testing window open/close?
  • When do you close this window in your district?
  • STAAR-L (Bilingual/ESL Department)
  • When does the window open/close?
  • When does ID of LEP students to be assessed take
    place?
  • ONLINE TESTING (Technology Department)
  • When do the computers need to be ready?
  • When is Tech staff needed on-site to help with
    problems?

Participant Activity
20
WHAT FORMAT WORKS?
21
SCHEDULING
  • Communicate your testing dates in a variety of
    ways
  • to use all your available resources!
  • District / Campus websites
  • Booster club and parent group newsletters/publicat
    ions
  • District/Campus bulletins and newsletters
  • Special district announcement/mailout
  • Use district Facebook/Twitter accounts
  • Parent Portals or your district information
    system

TIP OF THE TRADE Differentiate between posting
for district (internal) staff (Monitoring
schedules) and posting for non-district
(external) groups (Late bus arrangements).
22
SCHEDULING
  • Develop a local schedule that works for YOU!
  • Entire year-at-a-glance
  • One test administration at a time
  • Campus grade ranges
  • Decide who needs to receive calendar schedules
  • Campus principal staff Maintenance
  • Central office staff Transportation
  • Special Programs Technology
  • Windows permit flexibility maintain minimum
    control

TIP OF THE TRADE Consider closing the window 1
or 2 days early to permit accuracy and program
oversight.
23
TRAINING
  • Training should begin early to provide multiple
    opportunities
  • Utilize as many Central Office and non-campus
    instructional staff as possible---create your
    TEAM!!
  • Train any/all vested groups, including
    custodians, cafeteria workers, office staff, and
    others
  • Use training to inform and enlighten

TIPS OF TRADE Train each test Train ALL
staff Train backup staff Train multiple
sessions
24
Training That is More Accessible
  • NEISD Testing Services has created Breeze
    presentations that permit staff to be trained 24
    hours a day
  • Testing Breeze Presentations
  • Answer Document Coding and Submission for March,
    April May testing
  • Accommodation Training
  • FERPA Training (student info. confidentiality)
  • Security Training which includes state oath for
    Test administrators, STAAR Alt assistants,
    Technology Technicians, Material Delivery Persons
  • Monitor Training which include state oath
  • Breeze is an Adobe product, but there are many
    other products available ask your Technology
    team.

25
Recorded Presentations
  • Staff may view them at anytime
  • Provide website address or link
  • Recorded training frees up time from face to face
    training or allows campuses condense training
  • More options for campuses
  • Training during conference periods
  • Recorded trainings can be reviewed whenever CTC
    or TA have questions i.e., answer document coding
  • In the past, NEISD used Interactive Training for
    LAT DBA because not all campuses have those
    accommodations. This year NEISD will have
    LAT/STAAR L training interactively.
  • Interactive training allows CTCs to remain on
    campus and still receive the training live or
    have access to the recorded training.

26
Ideas for Training
  • Creating a stand alone security training
  • Ask Test Administrators to view it prior to face
    to face training be available to answer
    questions
  • General- for office staff, technicians etc
  • Administration specific for Test Administrators
  • Recorded Presentations
  • PowerPoint with sound
  • Quiz included
  • Oath included, print and sign
  • Ticket into face to face campus training
  • Answer Document Coding
  • Breeze is required for all CTCs and staff
    assigned to help hand grid and verify coding
  • Shows all answer documents and explains all
    coding
  • Chunk up the Breeze presentations into
    administration specific trainings

27
Example of Training Calendar
  • Think outside of the box
  • DTCs need to make sure that campus training is
    consistent across the district
  • Combine trainings when you can
  • Accommodation Update prior to TELPAS Overview in
    Jan 2012
  • Use Technology whenever possible
  • Dont ever give up Face To Face Training!

28
KEYS TO ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT
  • COMMUNICATION
  • Calendaring
  • Scheduling
  • Training

29
CALENDARING SCHEDULINGSPRING SUMMER2012
  • Participant Activity

30
Questions?
31
STAAR Planning The Black Hole!
  • Laura Witte, North East ISD

32
STAAR Planning The Black Hole!
  • Documentation Storage of Documentation
  • Test Dates
  • Spring EOC
  • Summer Retests
  • Test Materials
  • Dictionaries
  • Calculators
  • Secure Storage
  • Tracking Student Progress
  • Checking in Materials

33
Documentation is Key!
  • Document, Document, Document
  • Train campuses how to document test procedures,
    campus test plan, sources of information such as
    lists of students requiring modified assessments,
    testing irregularities
  • DTC must determine what documentation will be
    required by district and campuses and communicate
    it to staff involved
  • Inform staff what the consequences are if
    documentation is missing or incomplete
  • DTC must have documentation available for audits
    and incident investigations

34
Storing Documentation
  • In the past, NEISD collected all of the forms,
    seating charts and district documentation and
    then it sits in file cabinets or in boxes stacked
    up in closets or warehouses waiting for audits.
  • 4 years ago, NEISD started using an electronic
    file cabinet to store documentation
  • NEISD started using an electronic file cabinet
    when TEA required that we store TAKS-Alt
    documentation locally three years ago.
  • 2 years ago, we decided to train CTCs how to
    attach and save Testing Services documentation
    into Docuware (a Toshiba product)
  • Now,
  • All testing documentation will be filed
    electronically this year
  • TELPAS Writing Samples will be filed in Docuware
  • TAKS-Alt local documentation has been stored
    electronically for the last two years will
    continue with STAAR Alt

35
Right Fax 2011-2012
  • Notice list of required documentation to be
    submitted electronically by CTCs
  • Campus still must keep paper files for up to 5
    years and some documentation is only kept at
    campus level i.e, TA oaths

36
STAAR Test Dates
  • Have you decided which dates to test EOC in the
    spring?
  • Choices
  • Use TEA suggested dates
  • Allow campuses to select their own dates in the
    window
  • Downside test security, mobile students
  • District selects district-wide dates for EOC
  • Upside testing can take fewer days, district may
    have longer for checking materials, ship early
  • If we test early can we expect to get reports
    early?
  • Pearson will start to release reports online
    starting May 21st, but will be online test
    results and Pearson will score tests on a first
    come basis

37
July EOC Retest Dates
  • English EOC tests have set dates but all other
    tests are in a window
  • Will you select test dates for other subjects or
    test on demand?
  • NEISD is considering testing on demand with three
    test sessions a day
  • Morning session
  • Afternoon session
  • Evening session (will pilot this summer at one
    campus)

38
Examples of Test Dates Selected by Districts
  • NISD Example
  • ? May 9 Algebra Geometry
  • ? May 11 US History, World Geography, World
    History
  • ? May 15 Biology, Chemistry, Physics
  • ? May 16 Math Make-up Date
  • ? May 17 Social Studies Make-up Date
  • ? May 18 Science Make-up Date
  • NEISD Example
  • ? May 7 Algebra I Geometry
  • ? May 8 W Geography
  • ? May 9 Biology
  • ? Make Up Testing
  • ? May 16 Algebra I Geometry
  • ? May 17 W Geography
  • ? May 18 Biology

Note Some districts are considering moving all
EOC testing into the 1st week of window in order
to expedite scoring in hopes of getting reports
sooner Do you have enough dictionaries and
calculators for students for each day you are
planning testing at middle and high school?
39
Testing Materials for STAAR EOC
  • Dictionaries must be available for ALL students
    taking
  • STAAR/STAAR M Reading grades 6-8
  • STAAR/STAAR M Writing grade 7
  • STAAR/STAAR M EOC English I, II III
  • Does your district have enough to give students
    dictionaries at the 3 to 1 ratio this year?
  • Bilingual /ESL dictionaries
  • Should be provided for students who use them
    routinely and it must be documented by the LPAC.
  • There is no requirement regarding the ratio of
    students to dictionary, but TEA recommends it be
    one for each student who depends on them routinely

40
So, What are other districts planning?Note As
TEA releases information district plans are
subject to change!
41
NEISDs Plan As of Dec. 1, 2011
42
Some of NEISDs Choices
  • How to apply the 15
  • Apply 85 to the final grade either given by the
    teacher or averaged by the computer then apply
    15 of the EOC. Semester grades given by the
    teacher are unaffected
  • Number of Retakes for Rank?
  • First time Scored
  • Retakes for Final Course Grade on Transcript
  • How many times should NEISD calculate EOC Retakes
    into the Final Grade as reported on the AAR and
    used to determine credits?
  • Until the student earns course credit

43
NEISDs Choice Conversion Chart
  • Facts
  • By June 8 (Pearson will start to release the week
    of May 21st) the State will release
  • Student results (Confidential Student Record,
    CSR)
  • Raw Score Conversions
  • In order to Calculate Final Grade
  • Districts Must Apply District-developed Grade
    Conversions to EOC exam score which will impact
    the Final Course Grade

44
NEISD Spreadsheet is posted on TSNAP site at
Moak Casey site
45
NEISDs Choice Conversion Chart
46
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NEISDs Choice Will NOT Count for Rank in 2012
  • If 15 of EOC exams do not have to be included in
    Rank, should NEISD continue to allocate rank
    points based on semester grades that are not
    influenced by EOC exams? (Current Practice)
  • If 15 of the EOC must influence Rank, is it
    acceptable to double the final grade as rank
    points for the year?

Yes No
High School Choice
Phased Implementation
Yes No
High School Choice
48
NEISDs Choice 8th Grade Algebra I One or two
tests?
  • Right now, NEISD will ask students to take both
    assessments. That is subject to change and will
    be an administrative regulation and not local
    policy
  • Students will take STAAR exams before AYP rules
    are determined

49
NEISDs Choice 7th Grade Pre-AP
  • Students will take the 7th Grade STAAR Exam

50
NEISDs Choice Will SPED Options Include 15 (M
Alt)?
  • Yes, it will be included
  • Phase in as systems are developed
  • ARD must concur

51
NEISDs Choice Ranking the Final 7th Semester
for Seniors
  • Yes
  • First Semester grades in Senior Year calculated
    without EOC result.

52
NEISDs Choice Number of End of Year Report
Cards
  • Two for all 9th graders
  • Two for 8th Graders in Algebra I and Geometry

53
9th graders only
54
Testing Materials for STAAR EOC
  • EOC Calculators
  • Required for STAAR, STAAR Modified, STAAR L
    Algebra I, Geometry, Biology STAAR/STAAR L
    Algebra II, Chemistry Physics
  • Not an accommodation if TEA requires it!
  • STAAR Gr. 3-8 Calculators
  • Special Ed or 504
  • Used Routinely, Independently Effectively
  • Gr. 3 4 Physical disability that prevents
    students from writing OR an impairment in vision
    that prevents students from seeing numbers used
    in computations
  • Gr. 5 -8 Meets 1 criteria from Gr. 3-4 OR has a
    disability that affects math calculations (unable
    to memorize basic facts or perform steps in an
    algorithm)

55
Security Concerns
  • Under STAAR, DTCs are forced to confront some
    security issues they may not have encounter
    before
  • EOC Testing window allows campuses to select test
    dates and so all students may not be testing on
    the same day which increases the risk of security
    breaches
  • Makeup testing encompasses more assessments and
    increases security risks
  • Since most districts have selected paper EOC
    testing the volume of secure test books has
    increased significantly this year and secure
    storage will be an issue at the district and
    campus level
  • Consider temporary secure storage i.e., KeeBloks
  • Consider PODs at the district level
  • Consider staggering the release of materials to
    campuses
  • TRAINING is KEY Campuses must be trained in
    what the expectation is and the DTC must have
    develop a plan for materials communicate it

56
Summer 2012
June 14 Credit Recovery Ends Retest
Categories Determined
May30th EOY
June ? Report Card with EOC (Data File, CSR,
NEISD Recommendation Letter
Aug. 10th EOC Retest Reports Due (Data File
CSRs)
June 1st Report Card w/o EOC scores
July 12 Sem. 2 Summer School Starts
Aug 3 Sem. 2 Summer School Ends
July 9-13 EOC Retest Window TAKS Retest
June 4th Credit Recovery Begins
June 8th EOC Reports Due (Data File CSRs)
June 18 Summer School Starts HS Counselors Last
Day
June 12 13 Leadership
Aug. 27th 1st Day of School
Aug. 6-9 August Leadership
July 11 Sem. 1 Summer School Ends
Aug. 6/7 1st Day MS/HS Counselors
57
Cost Analysis for July EOC
58
Summer EOC Testing
  • Guiding Questions-
  • Will your district test in one central location
    or at individual campus sites?
  • Where is your district providing credit recovery,
    remediation for EOC and summer school?
  • Have you budgeted for the possible need to
    additional testing staff this summer?
  • Does your district have a plan for disseminating
    student results after school is out and rounding
    up the students for summer programs and testing?

59
EOC Retest Categories
EOC Scale Scores
  • 000
  • 900 (minimum)
  • 1000 (Standard)
  • 1200 (Readiness Std.)
  • 1400

Category 1- Definite Retests Category 2-
Recommend Retest Category 3- Voluntary Retest
60
NEISDs current thinking on Summer 2012
61
Logistics of Summer Testing
  1. Pick one site for July 2012
  2. 4 hour test windows
  3. 3 sessions per day possible students allowed to
    take only 1 test per session
  4. Student confirms registration or registers online
    in NEISD Portal
  5. Student is assigned a session and seat number
  6. System creates a ticket for the student that
    student uses as pass to get into testing site
  7. System creates rosters for campuses/district
    testing staff

62
3...2...1...Blast Off! (food for thought)
  • No scorable books at grade 3
  • Spring break may interfere in March
  • Alternate test dates for XL retest or permission
    to test on election day depending whether or not
    your high schools are polling sites
  • EOC will create 4 times the number of answer
    documents since the documents are subject
    specific and not grade specific
  • TEA will release EOC reports starting the Monday
    after the EOC window closes (May 21)
  • Will you have less help this year due to budget
    constraints? Think outside the box about helpers
  • Staggering scorable check in vs. nonscorable
    check in
  • Consider checking in EOC by subject
  • Consider checking in while make up testing is
    going on treat makeups as attributions

63
EOC Registration System in NEISD
  • 1. Definite Reccomended Retesters
  • Automatically registered in system
  • Requires confirmation for seat counts for
    planning
  • 2. Voluntary Retesters
  • Register online confirm reservation
  • 3. NEISD system will not be in place until the
    Fall of 2012

64
Tracking Students Retest Registration
  • Guiding Questions-
  • Is your district creating your own system to
    track EOC students? Are you purchasing a system
    that you will use?
  • Do you have a district committee that has been
    meeting to discuss how to track students that
    includes the DTC, PEIMS Coor., C I, Technology,
    Accountability Guidance?
  • Are you networking with other districts in your
    region and in the state?

65
3...2...1...Blast Off! (food for thought)
  • Determining year entered 9th grade is paramount
  • Evaluating transcripts for newly enrolled
    students is important consider working with
    registrar/guidance to ensure everyone is on same
    page
  • CBE with and without prior instruction
  • Foreign Exchange Students EOC- they must test,
    but will your district count the 15 for final
    grade?

66
What are your plans?
  • Participant Activity

67
New Check-In Form
68
Checking in Materials
  • Guiding Questions-
  • Are you considering changing how you check in
    scorable and nonscorable materials this year?
  • How many campuses will test EOC online?
  • Do you check in at one station or do the campuses
    rotate throughs various stations to check
    specific things such as counts, headers,
    handgrids, score codes etc.?
  • How many days is your district planning to check
    in materials before you ship?

69
3...2...1...Blast Off! (food for thought)
  • Be Flexible! What will work this summer may not
    work for next school year and vice versa
  • If you test online you will get results faster
  • Consider testing early in the window
  • Consider large group testing
  • If you are an OOS site have you considered the
    number of students you may need to test?
  • OOD testers- what is your plan for dealing with
    them?

70
STAAR Radar - Items Not Decided
  • Campus responsibilities for counseling
    notification of student options
  • How to document the student options
  • Timeline going past August 2012
  • Testing Center for Retesters past July 2012

71
What are your plans?
  • Participant Activity

72
METEORS ASTEROIDS Burning Concerns
  • Bill Renton, South San Antonio ISD

73
METEORS ASTEROIDS Burning Concerns
  • Managing Accommodations
  • Documentation Forms
  • Resources

74
The Accommodation Triangle (Under Construction
will be reposted following the Texas Assessment
Conference)
75
TEA Accommodations Documents
  • This section provides a general description of
    the accommodation and who may need it.
  • The statewide assessments that the accommodation
    may be used on are listed in this section.
  • This section lists the criteria that a student
    must meet to use the accommodation.
  • The checkboxes are provided for possible
    record-keeping.

76
TEA Accommodations Documents
  • This section lists the campus personnel and the
    required documentation necessary for making
    accommodation decisions.
  • This section also explains what to record on the
    student answer document.
  • This section states if an Accommodation Request
    Form is/is not required.
  • This section lists examples and types of the
    accommodation that may be used on a statewide
    assessment.

77
Northside ISDs
NISDs system for documenting accommodations for
students
78
Northside ISDs List of Accommodations
NISD documents accommodations by subject and type
in a district system
79
Northsides System Continued
Create a system that works for your district and
campus
80
South San Antonio ISDs Accommodations System
81
North East ISD Document
82
NEISD Form page 2
83
NEISD Intranet site for Supplemental Aids
84
San Antonio ISDs Accommodations System
85
San Antonio ISDs Accommodations System - RTI
86
San Antonio ISDs Accommodations System LEP
87
Examples of Supplemental Aides
Science DNA Graphic Org.
Energy Photo Graphic Org.
88
Optional Procedures/Materials
  • Optional form for NEISD CTCs to document Optional
    Test Administration Proc. Materials
  • Documentation is maintained at the campus level
  • Note Individual small groups are not of form
    as of 11/18/11.
  • NEISD is also not documenting grade 3 Reading
    Assistance for math

89
Example of NEISDs Form to Track Accommodations
for students at Alternate Campuses
  • NEISD wants to guarantee that students at
    Alternate Campuses are tested appropriately
  • CTC must complete form and send to alt. campus
    when students leave home campus

90
Judson ISD Document
91
What are your plans?
  • Participant Activity

92
BIG BANG THEORY- Accountability!
93
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