Assessment Corner: About the Power of Rubrics

16/02/2018

Are you using rubrics to assess your students’ work? How well do they work? Are they providing essential feedback to improve and guide their learning? If you are interested in this topic you may want to read 6 Reasons to Try a Single-Point Rubric at https://www.edutopia.org/article/6-reasons-try-single-point-rubric?utm_source=Edutopia+Newsletter&utm_campaign=4074bf600d-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_011718_enews_howmetacognition&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f72e8cc8c4-4074bf600d-79039791

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Downladable Presentation: Using Multimodal Learner-Driven Feedback to Provide Sustainable Feedback on L2 Writing

24/10/2017

At http://ollren.org/ld.php?content_id=36389580


ESL: Kentucky State Regulations and Resources for Assessment

16/11/2015

Training Materials

New videos based upon the February 2014 regulations are available on the links below or through the KDE Media Portal.

Administration Code Training

based on 703 KAR 5:080 Feb 2014

PowerPoint
Regulation
Regulation Changes
Group Signature Sheet

Inclusion of Special Populations Training

based on 703 KAR 5:070 Feb 2014

PowerPoint
Regulation
Regulation Changes
Group Signature Sheet

Activity Materials

Training Directions
Administration Code Materials
Testing Dos & Don’ts
Acceptable Yes/No
Key Things to Remember
Subtopics

Assessment Regulations Training

Published: 8/25/2014 3:50 PM
The Commonwealth of Kentucky has several regulations which govern the administration of Kentucky’s Assessment and Accountability Program. These regulations are supplemented with guides and manuals specific to each assessment.
Annually, those persons who administer any part of a state assessment must complete training sessions regarding the assessments. The main regulations are the Administration Code for Kentucky’s Educational Assessment Program and Inclusion of Special Populations in the State-Required Assessment and Accountability.

Training concerning these regulations is updated annually to reflect regulation revisions and clarification of materials.

All individuals participating in the administration of the testing program shall comply with the Administration Code for Kentucky’s Educational Assessment Program and Inclusion of Special Populations.

Regulations
703 KAR 5:080
Administration Code for Kentucky’s Educational Assessment Program
Inclusion of Special Populations in the State-Required Assessment and Accountability Programs

New Recorded Trainings

To assist with Administration Code and Inclusion of Special Populations Regulations training, two new videos are being recorded and posted in the upper right-hand portion of this page.

The materials needed to accompany the recordings are found on the right-hand side of this page:

  • Administration Code PowerPoint
  • Administration Regulation
  • Inclusion of Special Populations PowerPoint
  • Inclusion of Special Populations Regulation
  • Additional materials coming soon!

For those using iPads and smartphones, go to theKDE Media Portal to view the Administrative Code Training recording or search for the Inclusion of Special Populations recording.


Need to brush up on terminology in assessment?

22/04/2010

Check out this great site:

http://www.cal.org/flad/tutorial/index.html


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