(Measures of Academic Progress)
MAP is a computer adaptive test created by NWEA (Northwest Evaluation Association) that students take three times per school year. Results provide teachers with information to help determine each student’s academic growth over time. Test adjusts to each student’s learning level, providing a unique set of test questions based on student responses to previous questions. As the student responds to questions, the test responds to the student, adjusting up or down in difficulty. MAP Growth helps parents and teachers understand what a child is ready to learn at any point in time. Teachers can review the progress of individual students and their class. It is crucial that students complete the NWEA MAP assessment independently without learning coach assistance.
- Administered during class time following the MAP Schedule provided by the school
- Students assigned to breakout rooms
- Students should have webcam & microphone on
- Teachers will monitor
- 504 or IEP accommodations required will be provided
- If assessment is not taken in a reasonable amount of time/failed, score will be invalid, and student/ LC will be contacted for a retake
- If the student misses the class session, he/ she will be assigned a make-up a during small group session, 1:1 session, or learner conference
- If not taken within the scheduled week, a zero is earned
- Students who have earned full flexibility based on academic performance will not be required to complete assessments in class.
Students are monitored for their completion of all mandatory tests, including MAP.