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California Assessment Update

California Mathematics Council South Conference Jane Liang, Ed.D.

Education Research and Evaluation Consultant Assessment Development and Administration Division Palm Springs, CA, November 1, 2013

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

TOM TORLAKSON

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Overview

• Assembly Bill 484 (Bonilla) • California Measurement of Academic Performance and Progress (CalMAPP) • Smarter Balanced assessment summary • Smarter Balanced assessment development milestones 2

TOM TORLAKSON

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Assembly Bill 484

• Establishes California’s new statewide student assessment system, the California Measurement of Academic Performance and Progress (CalMAPP) • The primary purpose of the assessment system is to assist teachers, administrators, and students and their parents by promoting high-quality teaching and learning using a variety of assessment approaches and item types 3

TOM TORLAKSON

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

CalMAPP

for the 2013 –14 School Year

• Spring 2014 Smarter Balanced Field Test for ELA and math in grades 3 through 11* • Current California Standards Test and California Modified Assessment for science in grades 5, 8, and 10 • Current California Alternate Performance Assessment for ELA and math in grades 2 through 11 and for science in grades 5, 8, and 10 * Grades 9 & 10 are part of Smarter Balanced prescribed sampling only and will not include all students in those grades. 4

TOM TORLAKSON

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

CalMAPP: Optional Assessments for the 2013 –14 School Year

• Early Assessment Program (EAP) for grade eleven students – English-language Arts – Algebra II or Summative High School Math – EAP score for individual students only; no school-, district-, state-level scores are provided • Standards-based Tests in Spanish (STS) – Optional for local educational agencies (LEAs) to administer – Administration costs of STS for Reading Language Arts will be covered by the CDE – Pupils identified as limited English proficient enrolled in any of grades 2 to 11, who either receives instruction in his or her primary language or has been enrolled in a school in the United States for less than 12 months 5

Smarter Balanced Assessment Summary: Main Components

Summative assessments Longitudinal measures benchmarked to college and career readiness Professional development

materials

,

teaching resources

for differentiated instruction and an

item bank

for developing and aligning assessments to Common Core and Smarter Balanced claims and assessment targets Teachers, schools and districts have access to high quality and highly accurate student data and teaching resources , through the digital library throughout the year and across years to improve teaching and learning Teacher resources for formative tools – practices to improve instruction Interim assessments Flexible, open, used for actionable feedback

End of year assessment of student learning

, consisting of a computer adaptive test and computer administered performance tasks and aligned with Common Core;

assesses annual progress

Optional assessments,

administered at locally determined intervals

to provide educators with actionable

information about student progress throughout the year

; will be computer adaptive and include performance tasks 6

Smarter Balanced Assessment Summary: Timeline for the School Year

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TOM TORLAKSON

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Smarter Balanced Assessment Summary: Technology

• Computer-based testing – Tests are administered electronically • Computer adaptive testing – Item difficulties are adjusted to each student’s performance 8

TOM TORLAKSON

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Smarter Balanced Assessment Summary: Item Types

• Selected response • Short constructed response • Extended constructed response • Technology enhanced • Performance tasks 9

TOM TORLAKSON

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Example: Geometry

Best size cans The Fresha Drink Company is marketing a new soft drink.

The drink will be sold in a can that holds 200 cm 3 . In order to keep costs low, the company wants to use the smallest amount of aluminum.

Find the radius and height of this cylindrical can which holds 200 cm 3 and uses the smallest amount of aluminum.

Explain your reasoning and show all of your calculations.

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Smarter Balanced Assessment Summary: Score Reports for Mathematics, Claims for the Summative Assessment

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TOM TORLAKSON

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Smarter Balanced Assessment Milestones: Summative Assessment

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TOM TORLAKSON

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Q & A

Jane Liang, Ed.D.

Assessment Development and Administration Division Email: [email protected]

, Phone: 916-322-1854

Resources

CDE Smarter Balanced Web Page

http://www.cde.ca.gov/sbac/

Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium Web site

http://www.smarterbalanced.org

SBAC CDE Electronic Mailing List Requests

[email protected]

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