District Assessment Program
Below is information on the district assessment tools:
NWEA's Measures for Academic Progress (MAP)
All kindergarten through eighth grade students will be assessed via NWEA's - M.A.P. (Measures of Academic Progress).
A Tool for Teachers
Created by educators for educators, MAP assessments provide detailed, actionable data about where each child is on their unique learning path. Because student engagement is essential to any testing experience, NWEA works with educators to create test items that interest children and help to capture detail about what they know and what they’re ready to learn. It’s information teachers can use in the classroom to help every child, every day.Adapting the Test to the Student
MAP dynamically adapts to a student’s responses – as they take the test.
- Answer a question correctly and the test presents a more challenging item
- Miss a question, and MAP offers a simpler item
In this way, the test narrows in on a student’s learning level, engaging them with content that allows them to succeed.Assessment Areas
Each computerized assessment is aligned to national and state curricula and standards (Common Core State Standards):
·MAP: Reading, and Mathematics
·MAP for Primary Grades: Reading, and Mathematics
Above M.A.P. information provided from http://www.nwea.org/products-services/computer-based-adaptive-assessments/map
What is i-Ready?
i-Ready is a robust, online platform that offers a computer-adaptive diagnostic, personalized data-driven instruction on foundation skills, standards-based practice, and a Common Core readiness screener. It's all you need to significantly improve student outcomes in reading and math.
Assesses an individual student's skills across multiple grade levels to pinpoint gaps.Instruction
Gives teachers an action plan and automatically delivers differentiated, online instruction to students.
Above i-Ready information provided from www.i-Ready.com/product.asp
AIMSwebAIMSweb is used for progress monitoring our RtI students. Progress monitoring will be done on a weekly basis for Tier II students and Tier III students. Data will be collected to see if the interventions being used are working and students are making progress.