New: Free, Online Testing Platform

The MDTP online testing and reporting platform is nearing completion of the pilot phase and is scheduled for general release statewide release this summer.  Features include quick set-up, an intuitive interface, and robust, immediate reporting capabilities.  All current diagnostic tests are available online.

During the pilot phase, there are two required trainings.  A pre-test training to learn how to set-up and navigate the online platform (approximately 1 hour).  After testing, there is a training to learn how to analyze the results and plan appropriate instructional responses.  This training is for teachers and optionally administrators, and lasts two to three hours.

Participation in the pilot phase is open, but subject to scheduling constraints.

For more information, please contact us at mdtp@ucla.edu

MDTP Online Testing Workshops:  Topics include accessing the online platform, registering your school, setting up classes so you’re ready to test in the fall; using the online platform to analyze your results and set goals; math activities to support and improve student thinking and get students talking math.  This is one morning session tentatively scheduled Saturday June 10, Friday August 11, or Saturday August 19. Sign up here

Note:  MDTP has just released, HS30D16, a new high school readiness assessment available only on the online platform.  HS30D16 is a special thirty item assessment intended to field test new high school readiness items that are more tightly align with common core curricular expectations.

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Posted in High School Readiness Test, Integrated Math, Math Diagnostic Test, Math Ed Resource, Math Ed Workshop, Uncategorized

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