MAP Growth

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Unlike tests where all students are asked the same questions, MAP Growth is a computer adaptive test where every student gets a unique set of test questions based on responses to previous questions. As the student answers correctly, questions get harder. If the student answers incorrectly, the questions get easier. The purpose of MAP Growth is to determine what the student knows and is ready to learn next. MAP Growth can also be used to track students’ individual growth over time, wherever they are starting from, and regardless of the grade, they are in. As well as plan interventions, support continued progress, and help the student set goals.
Time for administration: This is untimed. Students will complete 43 questions. On average it takes students less than 30 minutes to complete each subject area, for a total of 60 minutes.
Required by: State/District

Accommodations

Available for all students

Amplification
Calculator
Highlighter
Keyboard navigation
Answer eliminator

Line reader/line guide
Math tools
Notepad
Zoom
Breaks

English Dictionary
Noise Buffer
Scratch paper

Available to students when a discussion between students, guardian, and teacher determines the need.
The student should be utilizing these regularly in the classroom and meets the student’s needs.

Text-to-speech
Bilingual Dictionary
Color Contract

Human Reader
Magnification device
Native Language

Translation (if available)
Separate Setting
Student read aloud

Additional supports are available for those students with an IEP, please contact your student’s IEP team.

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