California Alternate Assessments ELA, Math, and Science Pilot ...

California Alternate Assessments ELA, Math, and Science Pilot ...

Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. California Alternate Assessments for Administrators and Test Examiners ELA, Math, and Science Pilot 2016-17 Students | Teachers | Instructional Content Assessment 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT STUDENTS TEACHERS Assessment Office Contacts INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Main Office Line (951) 509 5045

Group Email: Assessment Office Gina Simpson Director, Assessment LEA CAASPP Coordinator Cell: 951-840-6947 Joyce Stark Assistant to the Director, Assessment Office: 951-509-5055 Brandy Robb Assists with Federal, State, and local assessment administration (pre-id, materials, and logistics) Office: 951-509-6177 Mariela Aguilar Assists with assessments, reports, EADMS/DIBELS passwords, and non-public schools (NPS) Office: 951-509-5178 Grace Ledesma Assists with testing budgets, processes PAs, ordering of materials and supplies Office: 951-509-5004 Mark Rasmussen Instructional Specialist/Assessment [email protected] Office: 951-509-5047 Elizabeth Juge Instructional Specialist/Assessment

[email protected] Office: 951-509-5003 THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 2 STUDENTS TEACHERS Special Education Contacts INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Main Office Line (951) 509 5045 Paulina Nwuba Director of Special Education (951) 509 - 5037 Dr. Ruth Heger, Ph.D Assistance Director of Special Education 951-509-5167

Diane Tankersley Assistant to the Director 951-509-5159 Maria Victoria Taylor Instructional Specialist, Elementary 951-509-5169 Kimberly Brown Instructional Specialist, Secondary 951-509-5141 Angelina Castillo Program Specialist 951-509-6023 Susan Kimura Program Specialist 951-509-5172 Randi Chapluk Program Specialist 951-509-5140 THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 3 STUDENTS

TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Agenda Welcome and Introductions Overview of CAAs Preparing for Test Administration Preparing Technology Whats New for 2016-17 CAA Practice and Training Tests Accessibility Resources CAA ELA and Mathematics CAAs for ELA and Mathematics Overview CAA for Science Pilot Test Overview CAA Roles and Responsibilities Material Handling and Test Security Accessibility Supports CAA Science Accessibility Supports Administering the CAAs for ELA and Mathematics Administering the CAA for Science

THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 4 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Binder Important Acronyms CAASPP: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress TOMS: Test Operations Management System SBAC: Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium TAM: Test Administration Manual

CAA: California Alternate Assessment SC: Site Coordinator CAST: California Science Test TA: Test Administrator STS: Standards-based Tests in Spanish TE: Test Examiner (CAA Only) ELPAC: English Language Proficiency Assessments for California DFA: Directions for Administration THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 5 TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

How to View These Slides Science ELA/Mathematics STUDENTS THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 6 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Objective Participants will understand: The purpose and use of the CAAs for English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA), Mathematics, and Science The various components of preparing for the CAA administration for ELA, Mathematics, and Science The step-by-step procedures for administering the CAAs for ELA, Mathematics,

and Science to students THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 7 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. Overview of the CAAs (Formerly Known as CAPA) 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 8 STUDENTS

TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT About the CAAs For students with the most significant cognitive disabilities and whose individualized education program (IEP) team designates the use of an alternate assessment Online summative grade-level assessment Part of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) System One-on-one assessment THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 9 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Student Eligibility

A student is eligible to take the CAAs if the IEP team designates the use of an alternate assessment The California Department of Education recommends IEP teams base their decision on the use of an alternate assessment on the following criteria: The student has a significant cognitive disability Including, but not limited to, Lifeskills students The student is learning content derived from California Standards The student requires extensive and direct individualized instruction and substantial supports to achieve measurable gains in the curriculum THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 10 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Overview: Student Participation All students who are eligible to take the CAAs are required to participate

Student lists will be available in Google Drive by Friday March 10th, 2017 Please verify the student lists and contact Brandy Robb if there are any concerns All students attempting the CAA for ELA and Mathematics will receive a scale score and achievement level Only participation is being tracked for CAA for Science THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 11 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. Whats New for 2016-17 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 12 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Whats New for the 201617 CAAs New CAA for Science Pilot test The CAA tests, including the CAA for Science pilot, will be available starting on March 20, 2017 More streamlined ELA/Mathematics test: The Survey of Student Characteristics is shorter and will be integrated as the last segment of each test In the Student Response Check, the test examiner will be able to end the CAA test using the [End Test] button, which will be available on the first and fourth question THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 13

STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Whats New for the 201617 CAAs The student grade coming from the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) will be locked in the Test Operations Management System (TOMS) as soon as the student starts his or her first test. Be sure the grade is correct before the student starts testing; otherwise a test reset will be necessary CA- is no longer needed as a prefix for the Statewide Student Identifier (SSID) at test logon THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 14 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

Whats New for the 201617 CAAs CAA for ELA and Mathematics practice tests for each grade in grades three through eight and grade eleven are available CAA for Science Training Sample are also available Link: http://www.caaspp.org/ta-resources/practice-training.html THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 15 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. CAA Practice and Training Tests 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

16 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT CAAs for ELA and Mathematics Training Tests vs. Practice Tests ELA/Mathematics Training Tests for CAAs Purpose Provide students, teachers, parents, and stakeholders with the opportunity to quickly become familiar with the test delivery system, question types, and interactions provided in the DFAs New Practice Tests for CAAs Designed to allow students, teachers, parents, and stakeholders to experience grade-level CAA test questions

One test each for ELA and mathematics One test each for ELA and mathematics for each grade between grades three through eight and grade eleven Number and Types of Questions 13 questions for mathematics 15 questions for ELA Approximately 1122 questions for each content area Universal Tools, Designated Supports, and Accommodations All that are available for the CAAs All that are available for the CAAs Not scored Not scored; scoring rubrics will be provided at a later date.

Grade Levels Scoring THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 17 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Using the Training Test Designed to allow Test Examiners and students to try out the accessibility resources in order to establish the most optimal test setting experience for the student Familiarizes Test Examiners and students with item types, the testing interface, and functionalities Includes one ELA and one Mathematics training test, used in conjunction with the CAA Training Test DFA

Includes 15 items for ELA, 13 items for Mathematics Is not grade-specific Is not to be used to measure content knowledge Does not produce scores THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 18 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Using the Practice Test Designed to allow Test Examiners and students to experience gradelevel CAA test questions Provides a sample of question types and grade-level content that

appears on the CAA operational tests Includes one ELA and one Mathematics practice test per grade, used in conjunction with the CAA Practice Test DFA Is grade-specific Is not to be used to measure content knowledge Does not produce scores THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 19 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Science CAA for Science Training Sample THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

20 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Using the Training Sample Science Available only for the CAA for Science Provides students with an opportunity to become familiar with the embedded PTs aligned to the Connectors Now available as a PDF on the CAASPP Web portal THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 21 STUDENTS TEACHERS

INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Test Preparation Tips Training tests for ELA and Mathematics are the best way to gain familiarity with the testing system and interactions The Training Sample for Science allows students and teachers to become familiar with this form of assessment Practice tests for ELA and Mathematics are available for students and Test Examiners to experience the grade-specific items and item types available THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 22 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. CAAs for ELA and Mathematics Overview 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879

P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 23 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Purpose of the CAAs To provide students with the most significant cognitive disabilities the opportunity to demonstrate achievement by taking a test commensurate with their abilities as indicated in the students IEP Students are assessed through alternate achievement standards linked to Common Core State Standards (CCSS) The tests are aligned to core content connectors (Connectors) developed by the National Center and State Collaborative The items are written to grade-level Connectors THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879

P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 24 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics CAAs for ELA and Mathematics Test Administration The CAAs for ELA and Mathematics are administered to students in grades three through eight and grade eleven The CAAs for ELA and Mathematics are administered online only; there are no paper versions They are administered one-on-one by a test examiner CAA administration requires two Internet-connected devices: Student testing device Test examiner device (XP not supported ) The secure browser must be installed on the student testing device Test examiners must use the proper grade- and version-specific Directions for Administration (DFA) THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000

F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 25 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics CAAs for ELA and Mathematics DFAs Each DFA includes both ELA and Mathematics directions DFAs are provided by the Assessment Office They are grade - and version-specific PDFs Example: John Doe Elementary School is assigned Version 1 of the grade three, four, five, and six CAA DFAs Versions have been assigned and included in your handouts DFAs include alternative text, which provides descriptions of the images, graphics, and/or animations used in test stimuli Alternative text is meant to make visual information accessible for learners with visual disabilities or those who are not familiar with the type of graphic being used THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000

F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 26 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT CAAs for ELA and Mathematics Multistage Design ELA/Mathematics STAGE 1 STAGE 2 SSC Tier 1 (15 items) Student Response Check (4 items) (13 items)

OR Tier 2 (15 items) Survey of Student Characteristics (Questions to be completed by test examiner) OR Tier 3 (15 items) (Some students will stop testing after Stage 1 based on their performance in Stage 1) THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. (Some students will stop testing after Stage 1 based on their performance in Stage 1.) 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 27 STUDENTS

TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT CAAs for ELA and Mathematics Stopping Points ELA/Mathematics There are four locations where a test may end for a student: After the first question in the Student Response Check After the fourth question in the Student Response Check At the end of Stage 1, if the system determines a student is struggling At the end of the test However, a test examiner may make the determination to end a test at any time if student productivity and engagement significantly decline, even after giving the student breaks THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

28 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. CAA for Science Pilot Test Overview 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 29 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Science CAA for Science Pilot Test Overview For the pilot, the CAA for Science will be administered via an

embedded Performance Task (PT) DFAs are provided by the Assessment Office An embedded PT is a series of related test questions that are included in regular classroom instruction The embedded PTs will have instructions for how the Test Examiner is to administer the embedded PT Student surveys will be filled out in the test delivery system This login and student survey is used to capture participation for accountability THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 30 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Science CAA for Science Pilot Test Overview The CAA for Science will be a new type of alternate assessment for science

Tasks are designed to be adjustable according to how each student is taught science concepts The embedded Performance Task explains which parts can and cannot be changed by the Test Examiner Remember, this year is a pilot, and we wand feedback on.. How it works for your students How it works for test examiners THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 31 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Science CAA for Science Pilot Test Overview All students in grades five and eight who are eligible to take the CAAs for ELA and Mathematics will also take the pilot CAA for Science Students in grades ten, eleven, or twelve will also take the CAA for Science according to assignments for each school

The assigned grade will be the same as the assigned grade for the California Science Test (CAST) pilot THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 32 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT CAA for Science Pilot Test Overview Assigned grade levels by site Science AACH (11) Alvord High (12) Hillcrest (10) La Sierra (10) Norte Vista (10) Bright Futures Academy (12) Oak Grove at the Ranch (12)

Somerset (12) Starting Gate Educational Services (12) THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 33 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. CAA Roles and Responsibilities 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 34 STUDENTS

TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Site coordinator Responsibilities Provide secured materials to Test Examiner (TE) Secured DFAs Secured Student Login information Assist TE with ensuring student supports are set in TOMS Assist TE with device access if needed Collect secured materials from TE and return to the Assessment Office Note: Loss of DFA is a security breach THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Test Examiners Are trained by the Assessment Office

Read and submit the CAASPP Test Security Affidavit for Test Examiners to the CAASPP test site coordinator Ensure students IEP reflects correct Accessibility Supports in SEIS Ensure the students Accessibility Supports in TOMS are consistent with his/her IEP in SEIS Notify Site Coordinator if student test settings are incorrect in TOMS Utilize the CAA Practice Test Note: If a students test settings are incorrect in the Test Administration Interface, test examiners should not administer the test, contact your Site Coordinator to correct the test settings in TOMS and test the student at a later time. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 36 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Test Examiners (contd) Read the DFAs before testing Administer the Student Response Check

Administer the test according to the results of the Student Response Check Complete the Survey of Student Characteristics within the ELA/mathematics test and the student survey in the CAA for Science Return materials to their Test Site Coordinators when exam is completed THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 37 37 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. Material Handling and Test Security 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

38 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT CAA Materials Handling Protocol Follow the same security guidelines as for other CAASPP assessments All CAA materials are SECURE CAA examination materials will be distributed, collected, and returned to the Assessment Office by the Site Coordinator Information about items, including DFA and embedded PT content, should not be shared with anyone not directly responsible for test administration Embedded PT student responses must be securely stored Materials needed: Secure Student Login information CAA secure Directions for Administration (DFA) 2 devices with internet connection (one for the student and one for the Test THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. Examiner) 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070

www.alvordschools.org 39 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT CAA Materials Handling Protocol Site Coordinators are responsible for the distribution, collection, and return of CAA Administration materials The CAA secure DFA and student log-in information cards will be distributed to the Site Coordinators upon its release by the CDE* The CAA secure DFA and student log-in information cards will be released to examiners by the Site Coordinators The CAA secure DFA and student log-in information cards will be collected from the examiners by the Site Coordinators The CAA secure DFA and student log-in information cards will be returned to the Assessment Office by the Site Coordinators *CAA DFA are scheduled to be released by the CDE on March 20, 2017 THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL.

9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 40 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. Preparing for Test Administration 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 41 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

Assigning Students Tests for the CAAs Students are assigned to take the CAA in TOMS by the Assessment Office Verify your students test assignments in TOMS prior to sitting them to test If the student is NOT assigned the CAA in TOMS, contact Brandy Robb in the Assessment Office immediately for assistance THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 42 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Importance of Informing Parents and Guardians About Testing Pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 852: Each year school districts are required to notify parents or guardians of their pupils participation in the CAASPP tests

In addition, school districts are required to inform parents/ guardians of their right to exempt their child from taking the CAASPP tests Parents/Guardians must annually submit a written request to their students Principal or Assistant Principal overseeing assessment specifying the tests to be exempted IEP documentation does not replace the parent letter requirement for students to be exempt THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 43 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Parent Guardian Exemptions Parent guardian exemption letters must be sent to the Assessment Office annually The letter should include: Date Assessments that student is being exempted from (SBAC, CAST, or CAA) Parent signature

The Assessment Office will set the parent/guardian exemption condition code (PGE) in TOMS THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 44 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. Preparing Technology 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 45

STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Preparing Technology The CAA for Science pilot is not administered online The CAA for Science student survey will need to be completed online in the Test Delivery System and the secure browser THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 46 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Preparing Technology Two devices needed: Test examiner device Log onto the Test Administrator Interface

Create a test session Display an electronic version of the DFA Student testing device Log onto and take a test or CAA for science survey on the Student Testing Interface Additional assistive devices may be used. If they are: Identified in a students IEP or Section 504 plan, and Used according to the communication and response method of each student If student is using device and is not noted contact the Assessment Office THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 47 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Preparing Technology Ensure secure browser has been installed and updated The secure browser must be opened to ensure it has been updated

XP operating system No longer supported in 2016-17 THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org TAM Pg. 42 48 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Secure Browser Sign In Distinction NEW! THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

49 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. Accessibility Resources 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 50 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT SBAC Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Guidelines

For Site SC Located in Binder Tab: UDA Guidelines Guidelines for selecting and administering Universal Tools, Designated Supports, and Accommodations for those students who need them Available at: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/ca/accesssupportitems.asp THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org TAM Pg. 65 51 51 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

For Site SC Located in Binder Tab: Matrix 1 and Graphics Matrix One Displays the Universal Tools, Designated Supports, and Accommodations (embedded and non-embedded) allowed as part of the CAASPP system for 2016-17 Available at: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/ca/accesssupportitems.asp THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org TAM Pg. 65 52 52 STUDENTS

TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 2016-17 California Student Assessment Accessibility Graphic Binder Tab: Matrix 1 and Graphics Graphics of embedded and nonembedded Accessibility Supports for students English Language Arts Mathematics CAST Primary Language Available at: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/ca/accesssupportitems.asp THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org TAM Pgs. 64-70

53 53 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT How and When Test Settings Get to TOMS Student Test Settings are entered into SEIS or AERIES The Assessment Office extracts Student Test Settings from AERIES and SEIS daily The Assessment Office Uploads the AERIES and SEIS Extracts into TOMS daily

Accessibility Supports become available to students in the TA interface Student Accessibility Supports take up to 48 hours to be available to students after being loaded into TOMS Schedule for TOMS Test Settings Uploads: Daily from February 27th, 2017 until June 2nd, 2017 THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 54 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. CAA ELA and Mathematics Accessibility Supports 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879

P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 55 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Universal Tools, Designated Supports, and Accommodations CAAs for ELA and Mathematics provide the same Universal Tools, Designated Supports, and Accommodations (UDAs) as other online CAASPP assessments: Universal Tools are available to all students by default Designated Supports are provided at the discretion of an educator or parent/guardian(example EL Facilitator and/or IEP team) Accommodations must be specified in a students IEP or Section 504 plan THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070

www.alvordschools.org 56 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Universal Tools, Designated Supports, and Accommodations The online assessments include embedded and non-embedded accessibility supports: Embedded: part of the computer administration (e.g., digital notepad, calculator) Non-embedded: provided outside of the computer administration (e.g., scratch paper, noise buffers) All embedded and non-embedded Accessibility Supports are assigned to individual students in TOMS THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 57

STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics CAAs for ELA and Mathematics Embedded Accessibility Resources Online tutorials for some designated supports may be found in this link: http://www.caaspp.org/training/caaspp/uaag.html Designated Supports Color contrast Masking Print size Permissive mode Turn off any universal tools* Accommodation Streamlined interface *Must be activated in the test delivery system; cannot be activated in TOMS THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

58 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics CAAs for ELA and Mathematics Non-embedded Accessibility Resources Designated Supports Color contrast Color overlay Magnification Noise buffers Read aloud Scribe Accommodations Abacus Alternate response options Multiplication table Read aloud passages Scribe Instructional supports (CAAs only)

Separate setting THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 59 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics CAAs for ELA and Mathematics UDA Considerations Non-embedded calculators are allowed on all mathematics test except for specific items on the grade three mathematics test, which will be indicated explicitly in the DFAs it is always permissible for the CAAs to be administered in the language of instruction Response modes include: Mouse/Keyboard Verbal response Touch screen, gestures or pointing

Augmentative and/or alternate communications device Eye gaze instructional supports include: Anything listed in the students IEP THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 60 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. CAA Science Accessibility Supports 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 61

STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Science Universal Tools, Designated Supports, and Accommodations Because the CAA for Science is an instructional embedded PT, the usual Universal Tools, Designated Supports, and Accommodations do not apply Any non-embedded support normally used in the classroom may be utilized THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 62 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential.

State Mandated CAA Test Examiner Tutorial Link to Training 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 63 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. Administering the CAAs for ELA and Mathematics 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 64

STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics About This Section This part of the training will prepare you to train your test examiners to administer the CAAs to students These slides are available for you to use in your trainings Check for Understanding slides can be used to reinforce key points THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 65 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

Learning Goals ELA/Mathematics Participants will understand: The flow of CAA testing The various components of preparation needed prior to administering the CAAs to a student The step-by-step procedures for administering the CAAs to students THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 66 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Success Criteria ELA/Mathematics Participants can:

Identify the components of administering the CAAs to a student in sequential order Identify how to engage students for CAA testing through the Student Response Check Administer the CAAs to a student THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 67 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics CAAs for ELA and Mathematics An Introduction for Test Examiners Question Answer Who takes the CAAs for ELA and

mathematics? All students enrolled in or assigned to grades three through eight and grade eleven whose IEP team designates the use of an alternate assessment will take the CAAs for ELA and mathematics. How many items are on a test? A student will see no more than 28 items per content area. How do the students take the tests? The CAAs are administered online only and one-onone by a test examiner. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 68 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

ELA/Mathematics CAAs for ELA and Mathematics An Introduction for Test Examiners Question Answer Who can administer the CAAs? A certificated or licensed test examiner who is familiar with the student administers the CAAs. What do I need in order to administer the CAAs? A student testing device, test examiner device, and grade- and version-specific DFA are required to administer the CAAs. How are the CAAs scored? The CAAs are scored mostly by computer. Test examiners provide ratings for a small number of ELA items for which the student provides short written responses. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL.

9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 69 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics How Testing Works Use the same test delivery system as the Smarter Balanced tests Two Internet-connected devices are needed for testing: One device for the test examiner to manage testing One device (with a CAASPP secure browser installed) for administering the test to the student You will use specific logon information on each device: Test examiner device: TOMS credentials for Test Administrator Interface Student testing device: Students SSID, first name, and test session ID THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070

www.alvordschools.org 70 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT How Testing Works ELA/Mathematics INTERNET INTERNET STUDENT TESTING DEVICE TEST EXAMINER DEVICE CAASPP secure browser (Student Testing Interface) Test Administrator Interface Both the test examiner and student interact with this Any device (tablets recommended) device Log on with TOMS username and password Use a device the student is familiar with Start test sessions by generating a Session ID

Log on with students information Can be used to read PDF version of the DFA for CAA Administer ELA and mathematics tests for ELA and mathematics Complete the Survey of Student Characteristics Verify student SSID For CAA for Science, complete the student survey Ensure that the students augmentative or alternative communication is programmed THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 71 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Check for Understanding ELA/Mathematics Q: Who should be administered the CAAs?

A: Students whose IEP indicates the use of an alternate assessment should take the CAAs Q: What do I need in order to administer the CAAs? A: A student testing device, a test examiner device, and a grade- and version-specific DFA are need to administer the CAAs for ELA and mathematics Q: Can more than one student be tested at once by the same test examiner? A: No. The CAAs are administered one-on-one only THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 72 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Testing Components ELA/Mathematics Before Testing

STAGE 1 Student Response Check (4 items) Directions for Administration (13 items) STAGE 2 SSC Tier 1 (15 items) OR Tier 2 (15 items) OR Tier 3 (15 items) Survey of Student Characteristics (Questions completed by

test examiner) THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 73 STUDENTS TEACHERS Testing Components Student Response Check Directions for Administration (printed or PDF) ELA/Mathematics INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Adaptive Route

Stage One Logon Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q13 Test examiner stop? Test examiner stop? T1 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 Stage Two or T2 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 or T3 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 S1 S2 Sn SSC THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000

F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 74 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Directions for Administration Student Response Check ELA/Mathematics Directions for Administration (printed or PDF) Stage One Logon Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q13 Test examiner

stop? Test examiner stop? T1 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 Stage Two or T2 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 or T3 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 SSC THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 75 STUDENTS TEACHERS

INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Directions for Administration The CAA DFAs are grade- and version-specific: Guide test examiners step-by-step Include item-specific instructions, scripts, and scoring rubrics for some items Available as PDFs Version assignments for your school (handout) Download secure DFA(s) from TOMS: Use electronic or print format according to local preference Keep secure at all times Securely destroy after testing Provided by the Assessment Office THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

76 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Directions for Administration ELA/Mathematics Each school in California is assigned Version 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. The version assignment applies to all grades within a school: Example: School A is assigned Version 1 and is testing a student in grade four and a student in grade five. The test examiner needs the Grade Four Version 1 DFA and the Grade Five Version 1 DFA. Ensure you are using the right version at the start of testing. DFAs include alternative text to describe images for students with visual impairments. Alternative text provides descriptions of the images, graphics, and/or animations used in test stimuli and is meant to make this visual information accessible for learners with visual disabilities or those who are not familiar with the type of graphic being used. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879

P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 77 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Check for Understanding Q: What document do you need in hand before starting testing with a student? A: The appropriate grade- and version-specific DFA for the CAAs for ELA and mathematics is needed. Q: Where can the DFAs and DFA version assignments be found? A: The DFAs for the CAAs for ELA and mathematics are downloaded from TOMS after identifying the grades for testing and the schools assigned version number. The DFA version assignments are found on the CAASPP Web portal. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

78 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Check for Understanding ELA/Mathematics Q: What is the alternative text contained within the DFA? A: Alternative text provides descriptions of the images, graphics, and/or animations used in test stimuli for students with visual impairments. Q: What do I do with the DFA after testing is complete? A: For printed copies of the DFA, shred or otherwise securely destroy them. For electronic versions, permanently delete the PDF files from all devices. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 79 STUDENTS

TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Student Response Check Student Response Check ELA/Mathematics Directions for Administration (printed or PDF) Adaptive Route Stage One Logon Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q13 Test examiner stop? Test examiner stop?

T1 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 Stage Two or T2 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 or T3 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 SSC THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 80 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics

Student Response Check The purpose of the Student Response Check for the CAAs for ELA and mathematics is to confirm that the student has a consistent and observable way of indicating responses to test items and can orient to the task. Typical student response modes must be known before testing. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 81 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Student Response Check The Student Response Check is identified by the students response(s) to the first four test questions in a content area: After Q1: If no orientation and no response -----> select [End Test]; this will completely end and submit the test. All students who are logged on and presented with the first test question will

count as having tested. After Q4: If the student orients to but does not respond to the first four test questions -----> select [End Test]; this will completely end and submit the test. The Student Response Check process is outlined in the DFA with specific scripts and THE guidelines. ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 82 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Student Response Check For students who do not orient to the first (or first four) questions or provide observable, consistent responses to them, test examiners should end the assessment by selecting the [End Test] button.

Test examiners are responsible for administering the Student Response Check according to the guidelines provided in the DFA. Students engaging in responding to items should continue testing until the system prompts them to end the test. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 83 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Cues and Wait Times Use the following guidelines for establishing whether a student responds to or orients to the task: Student should be allowed at least five seconds if a verbal response is expected or seven seconds if a physical or motor response is expected. Wait times are approximate; you know your students and the appropriate time for a response. Directions may be repeated if necessary.

THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 84 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Identifying Response Mode If the student does not have the fine motor skills to consistently and independently use a mouse, keyboard, or touchscreen, identify alternate response options. The test examiner may input responses that the student indicates by verbalizing, gesturing, or pointing using assistive technology or an eye gaze chart. Use the practice and training tests to try out various response options. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000

F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 85 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Possible Response Modes Independent use of mouse, touchscreen, or a computer keyboard Verbal response Gestures Pointing independently to indicate a response Print-on-demand accommodation and indicating responses using paper AAC devices Eye gaze Other THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

86 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Identifying Response Mode Augmentative and/or alternative communication (AAC) devices may be used as response modes. AAC devices may require item-by-item configuration; test examiners may review the test by its stages prior to administering it to make the necessary configurations. Because the CAAs for ELA and mathematics are stage-adaptive, Stage 1 must be configured and administered before Stage 2 can be configured. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 87

STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Inputting Student Responses If indicated by the students IEP, a student may enter his or her responses by circling or marking the answers on locally printed test items for transcription by the test examiner later This response mode requires the print-on-demand accommodation be activated. Contact your LEA CAASPP coordinator or CAASPP test site coordinator for assistance THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 88 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

ELA/Mathematics Inappropriate Test Administration Practices Providing responses to test questions that are not from the student Using hand-over-hand or other physical prompting by the test examiner THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 89 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Accessibility Resources Any instructional supports identified in the students IEP may be used during testing. There are embedded and non-embedded accessibility resources. Non-embedded calculators are allowed on all mathematics tests except

for specific items on the grade three mathematics test, which will be indicated explicitly in the DFAs. Training tests will allow you and the student to preview what the supports look like and determine what the student needs. For more information regarding accessibility resources, refer to the Student Accessibility Resources and Test Settings Web page at http://www.caaspp.org/administration/accessibility/index.html THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 90 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Accessibility Resources Consult the Smarter Balanced Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Guidelines when identifying the appropriate supports for your student. Accessibility resources are configured in TOMS for each student.

These can be modified in TOMS only. At least two business days before testing, check the [Test Settings] tab and the [Unlisted Resources] tab for each student profile in TOMS to ensure that this information is accurate. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 91 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Check for Understanding Q: When administering Question 1 of the student response check, what must the student do in order to move on to Question 2? A: The student should respond to the item stem (the question) OR orient to the activity. Q: At what point(s) in the Student Response Check can the test examiner make the decision to stop testing a student? A: After Question 1, if the student does not respond to or orient to the

activity OR after Question 4, if the student has not responded to Questions 24 and has only oriented to the activity. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 92 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Student Testing Student Response Check ELA/Mathematics Directions for Administration (printed or PDF) Adaptive Route Stage

One Logon Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q13 Test examiner stop? Test examiner stop? T1 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 Stage Two or T2 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 or T3 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 SSC THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

93 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Student Testing ELA/Mathematics STAGE 1 STAGE 2 SSC Tier 1 (15 items) Student Response Check (4 items) (13 items) OR

Tier 2 (15 items) Survey of Student Characteristics (Questions to be completed by test examiner) OR Tier 3 (15 items) (Some students will stop testing after Stage 1 based on their performance in Stage 1) THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. (Some students will stop testing after Stage 1 based on their performance in Stage 1.) 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 94 STUDENTS TEACHERS

INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics CAAs for ELA and Mathematics Student Testing Each student is administered a maximum of 28 items in two test stages for each content area. The system uses automatic routing rules to present the most appropriate Stage 2 for each student. Some students will stop testing after Stage 1 based on their performance in Stage 1. IMPORTANT: DFAs contain instructions for all items and possible routing outcomes. The system will prompt you to turn to the appropriate section of the DFA to administer the assigned stage. Ensure the on-screen item numbers match the item numbers in the DFA. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 95 STUDENTS TEACHERS

INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Check for Understanding Q: How will you know you are on the right question for your student? A: The system will automatically route you to the next set of numbered questions; DFAs have matching question numbers that you should always check. Q: What is the maximum number of items that a student can take in a CAA? A: A student will take no more than 28 items per content area. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 96 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Check for Understanding

ELA/Mathematics Q: At what point(s) does the system make a decision to route the student? A: Students are routed after Stage 1. Q: After Stage 1, what are the potential routing decisions the system may make based on the students performance in Stage 1? A: A student may be routed to Tier 1, 2, or 3 in Stage 2, or the students test may end. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 97 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Survey of Student Characteristics Student Response Check ELA/Mathematics

Directions for Administration (printed or PDF) Adaptive Route Stage One Logon Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q13 Test examiner stop? Test examiner stop? T1 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 Stage Two SSC or T2 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 or

T3 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q28 S1 S2 Sn THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 98 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Survey of Student Characteristics ELA/Mathematics Completed by the test examiner at the end of each test On the student testing device through the secure browser New Integrated with the ELA and mathematics tests as the last segment of the assessment No additional log ons required New

Reduced number of questions per content area test from previous year THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 99 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Check for Understanding ELA/Mathematics Q: Where is the Survey of Student Characteristics located? A: The Survey of Student Characteristics is the segment after an ELA or mathematics assessment. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

100 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Pause Rules The CAAs may be paused and resumed as many times as necessary to allow the student to show what he or she knows. The test examiner can make the decision to pause and resume the test administration if the student is no longer engaged, is not actively participating, or is showing signs of behavioral or functional concerns related to the test. When a test is paused, you must log the student back on to resume testing. You will be directed automatically to the first page that has an unanswered item. In the event of a technical issue (e.g., power outage or network failure), the students test will be paused and the student will be logged off. As a test security measure, student tests are automatically logged off after 30 minutes of test inactivity. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070

www.alvordschools.org 101 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Stopping Rule Typically students take approximately 95 cumulative minutes or less to successfully complete a single content area of a CAA test. Test examiners may end a test if the students productivity and engagement have significantly declined, even after allowing the student breaks over multiple days. Remember that in all cases students should be given as many breaks as needed to perform well, including testing over multiple days. If the test examiner determines it is in the best interest of the student to end the test early, the test examiner will need to advance through the remaining test items until he or she reaches the end and then submit the test. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

102 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT ELA/Mathematics Testing System Tips The CAAs are designed to be administered in the language of instruction. This can include, but is not limited to, braille, American Sign Language, and other languages. It is permissible for a test examiner or scribe to preview test items to prepare translations or other materials. Refer to the CAA Web page for a short demonstration on how to set up a test session: http://www.caaspp.org/administration/about/caa/index.html . Test examiners are required to log on for the student on the student testing device and to closely facilitate student interaction with the testing device. Some students will require test examiners to enter responses to test questions on their behalf. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org

103 Alvord Unified School District Our Promise: All students will realize their unlimited potential. Administering the CAA for Science Pilot 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org STUDENTS | TEACHERS | INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT 104 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Science CAA for Science An Introduction for Test Examiners

Question Answer Who takes the CAA for Science? Students in grades five, eight, and the assigned high school grade (ten, eleven, or twelve) take the CAA for Science. How many items are on an embedded PT? One embedded PT has 35 items. How do the students take the test? The CAA for Science pilot is administered one-onone by a test examiner. Test examiners may administer the exam using a PDF or printout of the embedded PT, which will be available online. The student survey will be administered online via the test delivery system. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 105

STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT CAA for Science An Introduction for Test Examiners Science Question Answer How is the CAA for Science scored? Student responses are scored locally according to the state-defined criteria and protocols. Only participation will be recorded through the student survey for the pilot test. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 106

STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Science CAA for Science Components THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 107 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Science CAA for Science How Testing Works The CAA for Science pilot test consists of an embedded PT and a

student survey The embedded PT will be located outside of the test delivery system and will be available for download in TOMS The student survey will be located inside the test delivery system Participation for accountability is based on the student survey THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 108 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Science CAA for Science Embedded PT The embedded PT will be available for download from TOMS. The directions for administration will be a preface to this document The embedded PT is administered to students either by displaying the PDF via a computer or by printing out a hard copy to use with hands-on materials These tasks are administered by a test examiner who is familiar with

the student Student responses are scored by the test examiner according to state-defined criteria and protocols and should be retained either as an electronic or hard copy THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 109 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT CAA for Science Student Survey Science The CAA for Science student survey is located inside of the test delivery system. Unlike the CAAs for ELA and mathematics, the student survey is a stand-alone survey and is not embedded as a segment within an online test. Test examiners will read the survey to the students and record student responses within the test delivery system.

The questions within the survey will pertain to the students experience with the assessment. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 110 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT CAA for Science Student Survey Science Use the same test delivery system as the Smarter Balanced tests Two Internet-connected devices are needed to administer the student survey: One device for the test examiner to manage testing One device (with a CAASPP secure browser installed) for administering the test to the student

You will use specific logon information on each device: Test examiner device: TOMS credentials for Test Administrator Interface Student testing device: Students SSID, first name, and test session ID THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 111 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT How the CAA for Science Student Survey Works Science INTERNET INTERNET STUDENT TESTING DEVICE CAASPP secure browser (Student Testing Interface)

Both the test examiner and student interact with this device Use a device the student is familiar with Log on with students information For CAA for Science, complete the student survey Ensure that the students augmentative or alternative communication is programmed TEST EXAMINER DEVICE Test Administrator Interface Any device (tablets recommended) Log on with TOMS username and password Start test sessions by generating a Session ID Verify student SSID THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 112 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT

Check for Understanding Science Q: What do I need in order to administer the CAA for science? A: An embedded performance task is needed to administer the CAA for science. This embedded PT is available as a PDF in TOMS. A student testing device and a test examiner device are needed to administer the CAA for science student survey. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 113 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Check for Understanding Science

Q: What should test examiners do with the embedded PT after testing is complete? A: Test examiners must securely store student responses to the embedded PT as printed copies. The blank embedded PTs should not be stored. PDF files must be permanently deleted from all devices, and any printed copies must be shredded or otherwise securely destroyed. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 114 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Check for Understanding Science Q: How will participation for accountability be collected for the CAA for Science? A: Participation for accountability is collected through the student survey.

THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 115 STUDENTS TEACHERS INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT Questions and Answers THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 116 STUDENTS TEACHERS

INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT The key to success is having a great team. THE ALVORD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROMISE: ALL STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THEIR UNLIMITED POTENTIAL. 9 KPC Parkway | Corona, CA 92879 P: (951) 509-5000 F: (951) 509-6070 www.alvordschools.org 117

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