2014 LASA AP Proctor Training

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LASA AP Proctor Training:

LASA AP Proctor Training 2014

Testing schedule:

Testing schedule

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Week 1 Morning 8 a.m. Afternoon 12 noon Monday, May 5 Chemistry Environmental Science Psychology Tuesday, May 6 Computer Science A Spanish Language Wednesday, May 7 Calculus AB (11 th and 12 th ) Calculus BC (11 th ) Chinese Language and Culture Thursday, May 8 English Literature and Composition (12 th ) Japanese Language and Culture Latin Friday, May 9 English Language and Composition (11 th ) Statistics Studio Art—last day for Coordinators to submit digital portfolios (by 8 p.m. EDT) and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for physical portfolio assembly Teachers should have forwarded students' completed digital portfolios to Coordinators before this date.

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Week 2 Morning 8 a.m. Afternoon 12 noon Afternoon 2 p.m. Monday, May 13 Biology Music Theory Physics B (11 th ) Physics C: Mechanics Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Tuesday, May 14 United States Government and Politics (12 th ) French Language and Culture   Wednesday, May 15 German Language and Culture United States History (11 th ) European History   Thursday, May 16 Macroeconomics (12 th ) World History (10 th ) Microeconomics (12 th )   Friday, May 17 Human Geography  

AP Proctor Responsibilities:

AP Proctor Responsibilities

The following information will be included on the checklist that all proctors will receive in their bins.:

The following information will be included on the checklist that all proctors will receive in their bins.

before THE EXAM:

before THE EXAM Pick up testing materials from Ms. Coburn or Ms. Foree in Room 251 at least 20 minutes before your exam. Check the attendance roster. Make sure that students sit in the appropriate seats. Have students place all items other than the following in a designated area: Pencil and blue or black pen Watch Calculator (Calculus, Physics, Chemistry Statistics) Ruler or straight edge (Physics)

during THE EXAM:

during THE EXAM Begin NO EARLIER than 8:00 am, 12:00 pm, or 2:00 pm depending on the test . Read the three sets of directions: General Test Directions II Subject-Specific Directions Green Supplement for appropriate tests Call or text Ms. Coburn if a student arrives after you have started reading subject-specific directions. Note and post the start and stop time for each section after reading the instructions . Walk around actively monitoring. Are students….. working on the appropriate section? using pencils on the multiple choice questions? using calculators only when allowed?


AFTER THE EXAM Collect all of the scratch paper, answer documents, test booklets, and student packs. Check to make sure that each answer document has a student label attached. Verify the number of answer documents, test booklets, and student packs with the number of students listed on the roster. Ensure that all students have placed an AP number label on their exams. Alphabetize the answer documents. Return all exam materials, the exam roster, and the seating chart to Ms. Coburn.

Special instructions:

Special instructions

Calculus, physics, chemistry, and statistics exams:

Calculus, physics, chemistry, and statistics exams Contact Ms. Coburn immediately if a student does not have a calculator to use for the exam.

Chinese and japanese exams:

Chinese and japanese exams Read the exam instructions carefully. Contact Mr. Cutler if there are technology problems.

French, german, and spanish:

French, german , and spanish We will be using a computer lab for the portion of the test that requires students to record. Ms. Coburn and Mr. Cutler will help you with the technology. The students need to save their files but will not be responsible for transferring them to CDs.


accommodations If you are proctoring a test for students who receive testing accommodations, Ms. Coburn will provide you with accommodation information individually.

Relief staff Responsibilities:

Relief staff Responsibilities

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Arrive to your relief station on time. Step into the testing room and actively monitor when the proctors require breaks. They will step out and post a red “I need a break” sign. Actively monitor when in the testing rooms to ensure that students are following testing procedures.

Who to call:

Who to call Mr. Cutler: 512-414-1900 Technology Problems Ms. Bergeron: 512-414-7097 Questions about accommodations. Ms. Coburn: 512-784-7094 All other questions or concerns. Trouble reaching any of the aforementioned people. Main Office: 512-414-5272 Trouble reaching any of the aforementioned people.

Click the link below and submit your info once you have completed this presentation. Https://sites.Google.Com/site/mscoburnlasa/ap-training-information :

Click the link below and submit your info once you have completed this presentation . Https://sites.Google.Com/site/mscoburnlasa/ap-training-information

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