Component One April 29, 2017 What is Component

Component One April 29, 2017 What is Component

Component One April 29, 2017 What is Component 1? A test that assesses fundamental content and pedagogical knowledge Covers the entire developmental age and content for a given certificate (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected]

What is Component 1? Two Parts: 45 Selected Response Items (SRIs) Stand-alone items Includes a short passage with related questions Three Constructed Response Exercises (CREs) Consists of one or more prompts/questions Scenarios (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] Component One in Context

CRE 1= 6.67% SRI = 20% of total score CRE 2= 6.67% C2 15% of total score C3 30% of total Score

CRE 3= 6.67% SRI= 20%; CREs = 20-% C2, C3, C4 Composite Score 40% of Total Score 60% of Total Score (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials

should be directed to Jim Meadows at: C4 15% of total Score Analyzing the Sample Questions Find your 5 sample SRI questions. Take the sample test individually (5 minutes of silent work) http://www.cliparthut.com/clip-arts/101/number-five-clip-art-101901.png

(c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] The Importance of Studying! 0 Hours of Studying = All Answers Look Correct 5 Hours of Studying = 3 Answers Look Correct 10 Hours of Studying = 2 Answers Look Correct 15 Hours of Studying = 1 Answer Looks Correct (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] Practice a Constructed Response

Exercise You will need: Your Sample CREs (found in the Component 1 Sample Items and Scoring Rubrics ) Scoring Rubrics for each (directly following each exercise) Remember, the range of the exercises is matched to the certificate, NOT your job. (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected]

Steps to tackling your goals Brainstorm What strategies can you use to teach yourself this content? Determine or review your own learning styles Identify your strengths and weaknesses Determine resources you can use (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] Steps to Mastery

Target Your Weakest Areas and Skill Sets Train Yourself in Those Areas Test Yourself by Practicing Your Skills in the Classroom Transfer What You Have Learned As You Grow and Progress Through the Other Components Trust Yourself and Take What You Know to the Testing Center (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] Selected Response Items

Examine the Standards Content Measured by Selected Response Items for your content area Notice that it contains bold headings and bulleted content topics for each heading. It also lists the standards addressed. The % listed is a tool to let you know how many questions from each content heading to expect. NOTE: There is overlap in content between the SRIs and CREs. (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] An EA/ELA Sample

Standards Measured Approximate Percent (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] Important Vocabulary: The stimulus is the information with which you are provided. Scenario Situation

Set of Data The prompts are the questions you must answer in response to the stimuli. Identify Describe Analyze (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] The Bottom Line At the end of the day, you are responsible

For figuring out what you need to know For gathering the appropriate materials and For studying them! But the good news is You have an Accomplished Teacher as your tutor! (you) (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] Assessment Schedule SRI

45 questions, 60 minutes total* *75 minutes for: AYA and EA ELA AYA and EA Math AYA Physics AYA Chemistry Break 10 Minutes (exactly) CRI

3 questions, 30 minutes each, 90 minutes total (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] What you can bring in: Minor Comfort Aids including: Tissue Unwrapped Cough drops

Pillow Insulin White board (provided) (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] When and How to Register After your fee is paid in full and you receive your Authorization to Test email Contact the Pearson VUE test Center: PearsonVUE.com/NBPTS 1-888-288-3028

7AM-7PM CT M-F Remember, you are responsible for scheduling within the testing window Refer to the 2016 Component 1: Content Knowledge Assessment Center Policy and Guidelines for complete information and directions (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] When to Take It For the 2016-2017 Candidate Cycle: Testing Window is April-June of 2017

Consider in Relation to Component 2-4 Deadlines (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] One Week Before Assessment Pre-visit, if possible Make sure you call the AC to confirm your appointment Plan for child-care, etc. Check your car Stay healthy!

(c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] Test Day Be rested and well-fed Arrive at least 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment Bring: Your Authorization to Test or Admission Ticket Photo ID bearing your signature http://www.cliparthut.com/clip-arts/621/drivers-license-621806.jpg

(c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] Ethical Issues Don't ask about the specific content of the assessment questions. Don't tell anyone about the specific content of the questions. And besides, the specific content of the questions will be different. (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim

Meadows at: [email protected] Not all Assessment Center experiences are created equal! Certificates including a specialty at the Assessment Center: EMC/English as a New Language EAYA/English as a New Language ECYA/Exceptional Needs Specialist AYA/Science EA and AYA/Math are provided a response book Check your specific certificate requirements for

complete information (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected] Things Change! Please visit the National Board website to make sure you have the current information on your specific Component One Items. (c) 2016 NEA Materials not for distribution or use without expressed permission of the NEA. Feedback on materials should be directed to Jim Meadows at: [email protected]

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