The TABE CLAS-E Reading and Writing Administration offering is the first step in the process to become certified to administer both TABE CLAS-E tests. This certification allows practitioners to score the CLAS-E Reading and the CLAS-E Writing multiple choice questions. It does NOT allow practitioners to score the CLAS-E Expository Writing test component. To become certified, an open-book test administration assessment must be completed within two weeks.
This professional development activity/course is designed for:
- ACLS funded practitioners who need to be trained as TABE CLAS-E test administrators for the Reading or Writing test.
- Those trained can also score the CLAS-E Reading test but not the CLAS-E Writing test.
- Novice Level.
This offering prepares practitioners to administer and score the CLASE-E Interview and Locator Test, administer and score the CLAS-E Reading Test, and administer the two CLAS-E Writing components.
To become certified to ADMINISTER AND SCORE the expository writing component of the CLAS-E Writing test, you MUST ATTEND this training AND the CLAS-E Writing Scoring offering (scheduled for 9/26/2016), AND complete the scoring activity.
Upon completion of this professional development activity/course, you will be able to:
- Explain the basic elements and importance of standardized testing
- Summarize MA ESE’s policies and procedures regarding the CLAS-E Assessment
- Administer, score, and interpret the CLAS-E Locator to determine the correct CLAS-E Reading or Writing test level to give a student
- Describe the purpose and components of the TABE CLAS-E Reading and Writing Assessments
- Administer, score, and interpret the TABE CLAS-E Reading test
- Administer the two components of the TABE CLAS-E Writing Assessment