Discover how student test engagement impacts equity and RIT scores and learn about new MAP Growth features that will help students do their best (and reveal when they don’t), so you have the most accurate data to make decisions.
Wednesday, June 19
10am PST | 1pm EST
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K-12 educators need accurate assessment data to help students learn, but when students disengage from a test by rapid-guessing excessively, their performance can be misrepresented. This is especially relevant in connection with efforts to close opportunity and achievement gaps because NWEA research shows that students from underrepresented backgrounds are more likely to rapidly guess on test questions.
The student test engagement capability in MAP Growth helps students try their best on the test and reveals when they don’t, so educators have the best data available to make critical decisions that impact student learning.
Starting in July 2019, most MAP Growth tests will auto-pause when students begin to rapid-guess so they can be reengaged, show which students rapid-guessed too much, and enable easy, optional group retesting of those students. The result – educators can trust that the scores are accurate and make sound instructional and program placement decisions.
Administrators & Coordinators
Intervening & Reengaging Video (Coming soon)
Retesting Video (Coming soon)
MAP Growth Proctor Notification Guidelines (Coming soon)
Student Experience Video (Coming soon)