Proctor Training A norm-referenced test demonstrating a student’s progress in basic skill areas. Questions adjust based on the students ability level. MAP data may be used for individual or whole-class instructional planning. Prior to the first day, review the MAP Student PPT located on T Drive. On testing day, take note of the students who are absent on the record sheet (Located in the folder). Read the Testing Script for the test the students are taking. (Located in the folder.) Refer to the student login poster. Circulate to be sure each student’s name is listed correctly on the testing window prior to the students clicking Start. ◦ If needed ‘pause’ the test indicating NO to the option to resume. Staggered Start important. Map tests are not timed. Comparable test environment for all students. No portion of the ELA or Reading test can be read to ANY student. ◦ For IEP accommodations, words on the Math test may be pronounced, but nothing may be explained or clarified. Use up and down arrow keys instead of the mouse if needed. Click Continue and select NO when asked to print the results. Do NOT Exit the test – Leave on Student Selection Screen for the next class. Have the student read a book. Record students that had to pause the test and any other issues on the record sheet. Collect and dispose of scratch paper. If a student needs to leave early, does not finish the test, or selects an incorrect name. Ctrl+Shift+P and click on the Terminate button. Select YES if you would like to RESUME the test later. You will need to enter the password. For make-up day or if a student returns after leaving. The student will log in as normal. Then they will be asked if they want to Resume. They should click YES to start the test where they left off. If the question does not display properly. If the problem persists after the refresh, you should pause/terminate the test with the option to resume. See How to Pause/Terminate a Test. To Refresh click Ctrl+Shift +R Read other troubleshooting tips and ask questions. Other potential scenarios?