The MDTP Assessment System provides three assessment tools for teachers: Grade-level Assessments of Preparedness and Course-level Readiness Tests, 9th Grade Assessments, and Written Response Items.
Assessments of Preparedness and Readiness Tests (Diagnostic)
Measure students' preparedness for the foundational topics of their current or subsequent course of study. The robust diagnostic data should be used as a formative assessment to help teachers understand students' mathematical strengths and areas of unfinished learning to inform instruction and interventions; to evaluate course readiness; to measure program growth; and to identify for professiona learning.
9th Grade Assessments
Provide one reliable indication of the extent to which a student's current mathematical proficiency matches the skills and knowledge needed for success in a ninth grade math course. The diagnostic results should be used as one measure within a set of multiple measures to inform enrollment options for students' mathematical engagement in coursework towards college prearedness.
The MDTP 9th Grade Assessment Platform is supended for use until further notice.
Written Response Items
Provided open-ended opportunities for students to reason, think, and communicate effectively about mathematics. Each written response item is accompanied by a teacher scoring rubric and problem essence statement. Student responses provide teachers with a detailed view of each student's conceptual graps of a topic aligned to MDTP diagnostic tests.
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