Luis Munoz Marin and Parents collaborating th for e Maria J. Ortiz, Principal January 21, 2015 PARCC Parent Meeting Table of Contents: What is PARCC? Test Components Students Impact PARCC Phase I PARCC Phase II Testing Expectations/ Schedule
Calculator Policy Technology Features Exam Accommodations Assessment Results Preparation What is PARCC? Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College & Careers What is PARCC? PARCC is linked to what students
need to know for college & careers. 43 states have adopted the Common Core Standards 14 states (NJ is one) are using PARCC Test Components Performance Based Assessments (PBA) End of Year Assessments (EOY)
Innovative Constructive Response Extended Performance Tasks Selected Response Evidence Based Selected Response (EBSR) Students Impact English Language Arts (ELA) & Math will be tested from grades 3-11. The students at Luis Munoz Marin in grades 3-8 will test in 2015. PARCC 1 - March Critical thinking
Reading comprehension Response to writing from reading various text Real-world situations Informational text Research simulations PARCC II Late April/ Early May Short answer Reading comprehension Math conceptual skills & understanding Testing Expectations
Schedule (Grades 3-8) March 2 - 27, 2015 PBA April 27 May 20, 2015 EOY ELA Day 1 50 minutes
ELA Day 1 50 minutes ELA Day 2 50/60 minutes ELA Day 2 50/60 minutes ELA Day 3 40 minutes
Math Day 1 50/55 minutes Math Day 2 50 minutes ELA Day 3 40 minutes Math Day 1 50/55 minutes
Math Day 2 50 minutes What does a testing session look like? Classroom or computer lab Administered by your childs teacher Teachers can help with tech if a student is struggling Teachers can clarify directions Students can review and change answers
Also Computers will be swapped out if there is a problem Students can read or draw if finished early Classes who are not testing will have a regular morning Calculator Policy Grades 3-5 Calculators are not permitted Grades 6-7 will allow for an online four function calculator with square root Grade 8 will allow for an online
scientific calculator PARCC Accessibility Features for ALL students
Audio amplification Blank scratch paper graph, lined, unlined Eliminate Answer Choices Flag Items for Review Highlight tool Headphones Line Reader Tool Magnification/ Enlargement Devices Notepad using Embedded Notepad Pop Up Glossary Spell Check Device Writing Tools ( Cut, paste, bold, insert, copy)
Answer masking Text to speech (for Mathematics assessment only Technology Features for the PARCC The sample items using computer based tools to experience technology enhanced questions types include: Drag and Drop Select and Deselect Highlight Redo Undo Hover Single Click Use Scroll bars Click arrows
Resize Play and Pause Video Accommodations for Students identified via an IEP or 504 Text to Speech Speech to Text Calculation Devices
Word Prediction Device Separate testing location Extended Time Assessment Results Students score reports from the Spring 2015 will be available in early October 2015 The passing score will be announced in the fall of 2015 Students are NOT required to retake the assessment or retake a course based on their PARCC score. Middle School students taking Geometry or Algebra
1 will sit for the PARCC Algebra I or Geometry End of Course Exam What are we doing to prepare our schools? Annual Technology readiness Surveys & Webinars Preparing the infrastructure Increasing wireless access points in each school Increasing bandwidth
Selecting devices for assessments Laptops Chromebooks Desktops Purchasing additional hardware and software Mice, headphones, Chromebook carts, AB Tutor Control, & Refurbishing desktops What can you do to prepare your child for PARCC?
Expose to literature and support them in making connections Practice automaticity of math facts! Encourage problem solving in multiple ways Have them explain their process for problem solving Have them justify their answers Practice typing as often as possible
Utilize the PARCC Sample Questions & Practice Tests Utilize the resources on the MARSD & PARCC website Daily sustained reading Utilize the resources available from the National PTA Summary Questions & Answers Next PARCC Parent Meeting Thursday, February 5, 2015 from 5pm 6pm We will review test questions Thank you!
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