Assessment Coordinator Training Guide
The Assessment Coordinator Training Guide for District and Building Assessment Coordinators, serves three purposes: (1) a training course for new coordinators, (2) a refresher course for current coordinators, and (3) a resource to use throughout the year to assist with the tasks/duties of an assessment coordinator.
The training guide introduces you to Michigan's state assessment system in general, and links you to the people, trainings, materials, tools, and resources you will need throughout the process of coordinating state-provided assessments in your district. We have provided a link to the full document as well as individual links to each chapter.
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Updated for 2020/2021 school year on September 28, 2020.
|1. Overview||5. Getting Ready for Testing|
|2. Assessment Systems|
|3. Student Supports and Accommodations|
|4. Test Security and Integrity|
|DURING TESTING||AFTER TESTING|
|6. Test Administration||7. Post-Administration Tasks and Reports|
|8. Data and Reporting|
The Office of Educational Assessment and Accountability (OEAA) welcomes your feedback on what you like, or don’t like, and whether this guide was a helpful resource for you before, during, and after assessment administration. Our goal was to provide District and Building Coordinators, both new and old, with information on what they need to know about their roles and the resources available to them for the preparation and administration of Michigan’s state assessments.