Item Specifications define exactly how each standard or Content Connector will be measured. These documents are used by professional item writers to create items and include information such as evidence statements, Depth of Knowledge requirements, and sample items. This course will help you understand what Item Specifications are and how they can be used to support curriculum and instruction.

How will open-ended items on ILEARN be scored? This course provides information on the scoring process, rubrics for Mathematics and English/Language Arts, and examples of scored student responses.

This course is available for the public. Login and/or access codes for enrollment are not required.

The 2018-2019 CTC Test Security & Integrity Training class is a training regarding test security protocols that Corporation Test Coordinators (CTCs) are required to complete by September 30, 2018. While CTCs may use information from this training to train School Test Coordinators, only CTCs are permitted access to this training class in Moodle. CTCs must review the training recording video and all documents posted in the training class as well as achieve a passing score (80% or higher) on the training quiz in order to “complete” the training class.

Blueprints are both a building block for an assessment and also a great resource to help educators understand the content that will be assessed. This course walks through what test blueprints are and how they can be used to support curriculum and instruction.

The Office of Student Assessment has provided this training to Indiana educators to 1) explain the process for scoring open-ended responses, 2) give examples of student responses from a range of score points, and 3) provide scoring notes that clarify what is expected of students.

The Office of Student Assessment has provided this training to Indiana educators to 1) explain the process for scoring open-ended responses, 2) give examples of student responses from a range of score points, and 3) provide scoring notes that clarify what is expected of students.

The Office of Student Assessment has provided this training to Indiana educators to 1) explain the process for scoring open-ended responses, 2) give examples of student responses from a range of score points, and 3) provide scoring notes that clarify what is expected of students.