REF Test 1 Review

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Our first test for REF 469
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Question 1

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These are other factors involved with the effectiveness of a test: (hint only 6)
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  • Appropriateness of test
  • Language proficiency
  • Cultural characteristics
  • Administration procedures
  • Testing environment
  • Student's motivation level
  • Measurements

Question 2

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[blank_start]Tests[blank_end] are selected, administered to the class, and scored with the results used to direct decisions on instruction, curriculum, or other educational factors.
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  • Tests
  • Assessments

Question 3

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[blank_start]Assessments[blank_end] are only part of the decision making process and use collective data to direct these decisions. These consider background information on the student as well as the answers.
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  • Assessments
  • Tests

Question 4

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Tests, because they have no preconceived or biased notions about test takers, can provide [blank_start]objective[blank_end] data that can be helpful in educational decision making and can minimize bias and [blank_start]subjectivity[blank_end] that may characterize decisions based on subjective data.
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  • objective
  • subjective
  • subjectivity
  • objectivity

Question 5

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What are the requirements of NCLB? (5)
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  • Standards
  • Annual assessments
  • Accountability/Proficiency
  • Adequate yearly progress
  • Disaggregated data/reporting
  • Common Core Standards

Question 6

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[blank_start]Common[blank_end]: Standards are the same across all states. [blank_start]Core[blank_end]: Address core academic subjects only (math, science, English) [blank_start]State[blank_end]: Developed and implemented at this level [blank_start]Standards[blank_end]: Address these only; not a nationalized curriculum
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  • Common
  • Core
  • State
  • Standards

Question 7

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[blank_start]High stakes testing[blank_end] came about because of [blank_start]NCLB[blank_end]. The latter did not necessarily dictate the requirement of the former.
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  • High stakes testing
  • NCLB
  • NCLB
  • high stakes testing

Question 8

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With the HST model, the sources of data are the [blank_start]high stakes test[blank_end], the basis for decision for promotion/graduation are the [blank_start]high stakes test[blank_end], and the objectivity of the score is [blank_start]high[blank_end] because it's only based on the [blank_start]test[blank_end].
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  • high stakes test
  • high stakes test
  • high
  • test

Question 9

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With the report card based model, the sources of data are [blank_start]multiple[blank_end] and can come from [blank_start]other teachers, attendance, etc.[blank_end]; the basis for promotion/graduation can be [blank_start]scores[blank_end] plus [blank_start]maturity, behaviour, etc[blank_end].; and objectivity of the decision is [blank_start]variable[blank_end] because [blank_start]these may be score based or weighted[blank_end].
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  • multiple
  • other teachers, attendance, etc.
  • scores
  • maturity, behaviour, etc
  • variable
  • these may be score based or weighted

Question 10

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What is the purpose to have a benchmark test?
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  • To see students at risk of failure of the HST
  • To test which students need the next level in RTI
  • To add more work for students, teachers, and administrators
  • To properly align with NCLB

Question 11

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The third tier of RTI is for all students to receive the same information. This may take the form of re-teaching, review, etc.
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  • True
  • False

Question 12

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The second tier of RTI
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  • Is comprised of a small percentage of the class
  • Is for students who need extra help beyond the standard
  • Has a plan over a number of weeks with data to track progress
  • Is for students purely not meeting the grade requirements

Question 13

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One of the advantages to RTI is the implementation as this allows for a unique perspective for schools.
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  • True
  • False

Question 14

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Why does RTI depend so heavily on data?
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  • Because accurate and objective scores are needed to test improvement
  • Because the system has just turned students into numbers, man
  • Because the data helps to make better decisions about the education of a student

Question 15

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Mississippi uses the [blank_start]problem solving model[blank_end] of RTI where each tier is individually tailored to meet the problems of a student.
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  • problem solving model

Question 16

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A much better alternative to the Mississippi method, arguably, is the [blank_start]standard protocol treatment[blank_end] where each student struggling with a particular subject (or skill) receives the same instruction.
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  • standard protocol treatment

Question 17

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An advantage to RTI is the possibility of detecting early if a student has a learning disability.
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  • True
  • False
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