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    STATEWIDE ASSESSMENT

    Standardized tests will be online.
    Despite what you think, it’s not completely asinine.
    Want it in braille, audio, or large print?
    If you don’t set it up right, your kid will need to squint.
    Did you try to buy an embosser and an electronic display?
    If you did, your business manager probably started to sway.
    Have you questioned if your student has the right skills?
    You better start early because trying to catch up has no frills.
    In addition to thoroughly explaining the test, you’ll get a chance to see CSB at its best.

    Come to our Conference Presentations at CTEVBI

    The Smarter Balanced Report PowerPoint Presentation
    (updated 3-17-15)

    Test Settings B (This document is designed to be double sided when printed)

    California Braille Requirements (information and how-to's for setting up the test for braille users)

    Braille Students: Which Tests use a refreshable braille display and which will need an embosser

    Braille Students: Software and Hardware Resources

    ELA Braille test (without speech) tips and tricks

    Smarter Balanced Support and Accomodation form

    How-to Videos created by Lore Schindler and Karen Tomlinson,
    VI Program, LAUSD (February 2015)

    Braille Math Access - Part 1: Logging In

    Braille Math Access - Part 2: Setting Accomodations for Braille

    Braille Math Access - Part 3: Prining (Embossing) the Questions

 

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