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Yearly Assessment Schedule: ​School Year 2019-2020 Testing Schedule v1.pdf

Additional Testing Information: Purpose of Testing.pdf

ACT registration & preparation: ACT Website

 

MCA Testing

 
Pearson testing resources: http://minnesota.pearsonaccessnext.com/

Parent MCA Opt Out Form: Parent MCA Opt Out Form.pdf

MCA Testing Schedule: April 7th - May 6th, 2020

 

MCA Item Samplers​Item samplers are one type of student resource provided to help students and educators prepare for test administration.

3rd Grade Reading     4th Grade Reading     5th Grade Reading
3rd Grade Math         4th Grade Math         5th Grade Math
                                                                    5th Grade Science

Student MCA Tutorials - The online student tutorial is one type of student resource used to familiarize students and educators with the general functionality of the online test, tools, and all test item types. Click Here!


 

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This website has many parent resources for helping students succeed in their education.
PearsonAccess PERSPECTIVE site: https://mn.pearsonperspective.com/perspective/home?passCode=mn_family

Perspective Guide for Families.pdf

For more information about MN testing:

MCA Parent Fact Sheet English.pdf

To help your child prepare for testing:

Test Preparation Suggestions for Parents and Teachers.pdf

 

 

NWEA Testing

For information about NWEA tests and how to help your child prepare:

https://www.nwea.org/parent-toolkit/

ParentToolkit.pdf 

MAP Growth video #1: "Lyla's Story"
MAP Growth video #2: "Michael's Story"

What is a RIT score?
After each MAP Growth test, results are delivered in the form of a RIT score that reflects the student's academic knowledge, skills, and abilities. Think of this score like marking height on a growth chart. You can tell how tall your child is at various points in time and how much they have grown between one stage and another.

The RIT (Rasch Unit) scale is a stable, equal-interval scale. Equal-interval means that a change of 10 RIT points indicates the same thing regardless of whether a student is at the top, bottom, or middle of the scale, and a RIT score has the same meaning regardless of grade level or age of the student. You can compare scores over time to tell how much growth a student has made.

 

FAST Testing

https://www.fastbridge.org/products-the-fast-approach/