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Training Room Supervisors and Proctors for ACT Explore and ACT Plan

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Rebecca Mims


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Alabama State Department of Education, Student Assessment

Overview:

Training Room Supervisors and Proctors for administering the ACT Explore and ACT Plan assessments.


Length: 0:45:38

Content Areas: Professional Development

Alabama Course of Study Alignments and/or Professional Development Standard Alignments:

AQTS_2.E.1: Assessment [Knowledge of the purposes, strengths, and limitations of formative and summative assessment and of formal and informal assessment strategies.]
AQTS_2.E.12: Assessment [Ability to interpret and use reports from state assessments and results of other assessments to design both group and individual learning experiences.]
AQTS_2.E.3: Assessment [Knowledge of measurement-related issues such as validity, reliability, norms, bias, scoring concerns, and ethical uses of tests and test results.]
AQTS_2.E.4: Assessment [Knowledge of current Alabama assessment requirements and procedures.]
AQTS_2.E.7: Assessment [Ability to collaborate with others to incorporate accommodations into all assessments as appropriate.]
AQTS_2.E.8: Assessment [Ability to provide a variety of ways for students with diverse needs, including students with disabilities, to demonstrate their learning.]
AQTS_5.C.2: Alabama-Specific Improvement Initiatives [Knowledge of Alabama's state assessment requirements and processes.]
AQTS_5.C.4: Alabama-Specific Improvement Initiatives [Ability to communicate with students, parents, and the public about Alabama's assessment system and major state educational improvement initiatives.]
ASIL_2.14: [Ability to assess student progress using a variety of formal and informal assessments]
ASIL_5.9: [Ability to involve family and community in appropriate policy implementation, program planning, and assessment efforts]
ASIL_6.1: [Ability to implement a plan for the use of technology, telecommunications, and information systems to enrich curriculum, instruction, and assessment]
ASIL_8.1: [Knowledge and ability to adhere to a professional code of ethics and values]
ASIL_8.7: [Ability to make decisions within an ethical context]

 


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