2014-02-17 07:11:11 - Math Genie provides math for kids abacus lessons everyday to solve problems with cool games from private tutors and combines the ancient abacus with modern child psychology to create a unique strategy for kids to learn math.
"The New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge For Grade 4 Technical Report Dated May 2003 created and made available by the New Jersey Department of Education is significant to all the parents students and private tutors at all of the three Math Genie abacus math for kids schools in New Jersey in the United States of America, continues on to state the following, quote “Part 7: Scaling And Equating. When tests are administered on multiple occasions, there is a need to create multiple forms. A test form is a set of test questions that is built according to a set of content and statistical test specifications (Millman and Greene, 1989). It is difficult to create two forms that are
identical in difficulty. Kolen and Brennan (1995) define equating as a statistical process used to adjust scores on test forms so scores on the forms can be used interchangeably".
"For example, the level of knowledge and skills need to obtain a score of 200 on the 2003 grade 4 NJ ASK Mathematics form must be the same level of knowledge and skills needed to obtain a 200 on the 1999 grade 4 NJ ASK Mathematics form. To facilitate the correct interpretation of scores from multiple forms, test scores are reported as scaled scores. Each form of a test has its own raw-to-scale conversion. The scale scores are intended to be comparable across forms within a grade and subject. NJ ASK scale scores are not comparable across subjects (e.g., LAL and Math) or grades (e.g., 3 and 4). 7.1 Scale Scores. The total scores in the 2003 NJ ASK Language Arts Literacy and Mathematics sections are reported as scale scores with a range of 100 to 300. Please note that 100 and 300 are a theoretical floor and ceiling and may not actually be observed".
"The scale score of 200 is the cut point between Partially Proficient and Proficient students. The scale score of 250 is the cut point between Proficient and Advanced Proficient students. The score ranges are as follows: Partially Proficient 100-199. Proficient 200-249. Advanced Proficient 250-300. The scores of students who are included in the Partially Proficient level are considered to be below the state minimum level of proficiency. These students may need additional instructional support, which could be in the form of individual or programmatic intervention. It is important that districts consider multiple measures with all students before making decisions about students’ instructional placement” end quote".
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