PPR Texas Test
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US copyright law- copyright material may, under certain circumstances, be quoted verbatim for purposes such as criticism, news reporting, teaching, and research, without the need for permission from or payment to the copyright holder.
FERPA (family educational rights and privacy act).
protects privacy of students record
IDEA (individuals with disabilities education act)
Law ensures services to children with disibility. regulates intervention, special education, and related services. implemented and enforced through ARD
ARD (admission, review, dismissal)
admission, review, and dismissal process..special services for children with disibilities.
NCLB (no child left behind act)
ensure educational equity for ELL and SES students
PDAS (professional development and appraisal system)
appraisal system is designed to improve student performance through professional development for teachers.
assess performance (collaborative activities, online discussion forums, constructive responses). Much automany and different responses.
results are numerical and statistically reported
end of year or unit. cannot go back to revise.
continuing assessment. Teachers offers feedback and allows learner to adjust.
only one right answer
multiple responses-usually constructed response format.
ongoing support teachers provide to help students reach instructional goals.
digital tool for encouraging collaborative thinking and writing through user created content.
introduction, presentation, and conclusion.
providing examples, and fully explaining complex concepts.
TELPAS (Texas english language proficiency assessment system)
summative assessment for ELLS
ELPS (english language proficiency standards)
ELL standards used for the TELPAS assesment
state of texas assessment for academic readiness
Informal assessment conducted daily.
Remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating, creating.
Texas essential knowledge and skills
Big figure in cognitive psychology .
Big figure in psychosocial development
4 stages in cognitive development
preoperational- egocentrism, language development, symbolic play
concrete operational-concrete, ordering ability-seriation and conservation
formal operational-abstract and deductive thinking
Acceptable use policy
a set of rules applied by the owner, creator or administrator of a network, website, or service, that restrict the ways in which the network, website or system may be used and sets guide lines as to how it should be used. EX. using photographs without permission.
scoring as a whole or overall grade.
scoring each section separately
compared and ranked across other groups
not compared. it is measured by a fixed predetermined criteria