STAAR Organization- A Tool That Works!

I'm going to start off by prefacing STAAR testing is not fun for anyone.  I can't sugar coat it.  It is what it is.  If you are not familiar with Texas assessments, here is a quick introduction.  We have our own state standards called the TEKS.  We are not a common core state.  During each school year, our students take state assessments beginning in third grade.  The results of the tests will determine our campus and district accountability rating.  That's the basic explanation.

In order to state on top of all the requirements, I must stay organized.  I have found a few shortcuts over the years to help me.  One that is my go-to is the accommodations flipbook.  I have to admit I got smart this year and recreated it in Google.  Texas loves to change the rules of the game so much that making it in Google gave me the liberty to make a revision without redoing all the other pages in the process.


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YOU WILL BE ASKED TO MAKE A COPY IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE ORIGINAL.

Printing and Assembly Recommendations

1.  Print on Astrobrite cardstock.
2.  Place in the order you want to assemble your own book.
3.  Cut tabs.






HOW I USE IT

I take this accommodation book with me to meetings- ARD (special education), grade level, and RtI.  My counselor oversees 504, but if I need to attend this meeting I could bring the copy with me as well.  A copy is always on my desk.  I can quickly scan it to be sure the accommodation is allowable.  We want a fair advantage for our students, so it is important to me to stay organized.  

Would love to hear how you stay organized for state testing.


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