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  • A Statement From ISBE Regarding KIDS... | Illinoiskids.org
    readiness data on 14 measures for every kindergartner at the beginning of the school year The 14 measures cut across multiple domains including Language and Literacy Development Cognitive Math Development Social Emotional Development and Approaches to Learning The comprehensive KIDS instrument would still be available for use by school districts who choose to use it or parts of it within their comprehensive kindergarten assessment systems Additional information will be provided to the field once the proposed school readiness plan is ready for the initiation of rulemaking Illinois KIDS Trainings for Kindergarten Teachers for the 2015 2016 School Year The Illinois Kindergarten Individual Development Survey KIDS implementation is entering its final year of planning and training To support the momentum the KIDS team invites teachers and administrators new to the assessment tool to register for one of the statewide two day trainings below This training prepares teachers to observe assess document and report on children s development using the KIDS assessment instrument Training dates sites will be continuously updated If you are interested in hosting a training please contact Lynsay Alexander at 630 652 7420 Register now for a KIDS implementation training near you REGISTER HERE Illinois KIDS Half Day Administrator

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  • News | Illinoiskids.org
    LOGIN KIDS 2015 Mini Measures now available KIDS Standards Alignment Study Invitation Coaches Login Username Password Create new account Request new password News KIDS Standards Alignment Study Apr 4 2016 You are invited KIDS 2015 Observation App Now Available Nov 16 2015 The new KIDS 2015 Observation App can be accessed on an iPad via the App Store on iTunes or a Web browser on any desktop laptop or tablet device The observation app is designed to assist teachers in organizing documentation for KIDS 2015 The ability to upload and save different forms of evidence in one place enables teachers to stay organized and save time West Aurora pilots kindergarten assessment plan Oct 8 2014 West Aurora pilots kindergarten assessment plan Suburban teachers try new assessment of kindergartners that emphasizes play Apr 17 2013 Suburban teachers try new assessment of kindergartners that emphasizes play KIDS program at Western Apr 17 2013 KIDS program at Western Cuba school part of new program charting kindergartners progress Apr 17 2013 Cuba school part of new program charting kindergartners progress KIDStech Fall 2012 data entry period ends Feb 4 Jan 31 2013 The first assessment period will close on Monday Feb 4th at 4

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  • Resources | Illinoiskids.org
    1 Observation HO COG MATH 1 Observation HO with Prompts COG MATH 2 Observation HO COG MATH 3 Observation HO COG MATH 4 Observation HO COG MATH 5 Observation HO COG MATH 6 Observation HO Evidentiary Observation Notes Illinois KIDS Observation App KIDS 2015 Tips for Observation KIDS 2015 Wall Chart LLD 6 Comprehension of Age Appropriate Text Measure labels Mini Measures KIDS 2015 Observation Notes Organizer Observation worksheet Open ended questions and cards Small Group Observation Document Small Group Observation Form for LLD 1 3 Social Play Observations Tips for Observation handout Watch Me Grow KIDS 2015 Watch Me Grow KIDS 2015 Readiness Domains FAQs KIDS 2015 Observation App FAQ s Checklists Class List Checklist for Individual Measures Documentation Record Sheet KIDS 2015 COG MATH 2 Number Sense of Quantity Checklist KIDS 2015 COG MATH 2 Number Sense of Quantity Checklist 2 Pages KIDS 2015 LLD 8 Phonological Awareness Checklist KIDS 2015 LLD 9 Letter Word Knowledge Checklist Articles of Interest Powerful Interaction by Jablon Stetson Dombro Resources by Judy Jablon Taking It All In by Judy Jablon Support Materials An Introduction to KIDS 2015 enVision Math Tip Sheet Ideas for Collecting Evidence KIDS 2015 How To Get Started Implementation Process KIDS 2015 How To Get Started Implementation Process Handout for Planning KIDS 2015 Timely Tips KIDS 2015 ToolKit KIDS 2015 User s Guide and Instrument KIDS Fact Sheet for Teachers KIDS Navigation Map Timely Tips for KIDS Families Observation Resources KIDS for Families Support Materials An Introduction to KIDS 2015 KIDS 2015 ToolKit KIDS 2015 User s Guide and Instrument Administrators Videos Doug Clements Explains Patterning Tutorials KIDS Overview Observation Resources Illinois KIDS Observation App KIDS Administrators Checklist Mini Measures KIDS 2015 FAQs KIDS 2015 Observation App FAQ s Articles of Interest Powerful Interaction by Jablon Stetson Dombro

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  • KIDS (2015) User Guide and Instrument | Illinoiskids.org
    that have participated in KIDS training Standards Alignment and Research Summaries FAQ KIDStech KIDStech Webinars About KIDS Contacts Forum KIDS Standards Alignment Study You are here Home Resources Teachers Families Administrators Coaches Important Information KIDStech LOGIN KIDS 2015 Mini Measures

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  • KIDS Observation App | Illinoiskids.org
    Password Create new account Request new password KIDS Observation App The new KIDS 2015 Observation App can be accessed on an iPad via the App Store or a Web browser on any desktop laptop or tablet device The observation app is designed to assist teachers in organizing documentation for KIDS 2015 The ability to upload and save different forms of evidence in one place enables teachers to stay organized and

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  • Select a county below for school districts that have participated in KIDS training | Illinoiskids.org
    Observation App Select a county below for school districts that have participated in KIDS training Standards Alignment and Research Summaries FAQ KIDStech KIDStech Webinars About KIDS Contacts Forum KIDS Standards Alignment Study You are here Home Resources Teachers Families Administrators Coaches Important Information KIDStech LOGIN KIDS 2015 Mini Measures now available KIDS Standards Alignment Study Invitation Coaches Login Username Password Create new account Request new password Select a county below

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  • Standards Alignment and Research Summaries | Illinoiskids.org
    Standards Alignment and Research Summaries KIDS 2015 Developed from the Research Literature and Aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards The relationship between KIDS domains and relevant standards varies within and across the learning and development domains There is a correspondence in the extent to which key skills and concepts addressed by each KIDS measure relates to key skills and concepts in the Illinois Learning Standards including both the early learning

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  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) | Illinoiskids.org
    be done if a student moves out of the school district mid year If a student moves out of a school his her data information would be available to the new school once they are updated in the SIS system provided the receiving school is implementing KIDS It would be a local decision whether to send previously gained evidence to the new school 18 Can previous ratings be seen as the second and third assessments are completed No each time the teacher completes KIDS they should be looking at it with fresh eyes Research shows that teachers are most objective when they look at the evidence and documentation then rate the measure When referring to previous ratings teachers may rate the child higher or lower than their true developmental level because of their expectations of growth since the last rating However teachers can always review the reports from KIDStech to see the child s progress and past ratings 19 How is the rating done if a student is between developmental levels as evidenced by observations and work samples Ratings should indicate the developmental level that the student has mastered at the time of the assessment based on the student s behavior mastery is shown when a child demonstrates their ability easily and confidently consistently over time and in different settings Students should be rated at the highest level mastered if a child is in between developmental levels they should be rated using the earlier developmental level as this is the level that has been mastered KIDS AND COMMON CORE 20 Will there be a statewide report card that reflects the new Common Core Standards No although the Common Core Standards have been adopted in Illinois the decision regarding report cards is a local decision and must be made at the district level 21 Is KIDS aligned with the Common Core Standards The Common Core Standards for language arts and math have been aligned to the language and literacy development and math domains from the KIDS instrument In addition a research study is being conducted to ensure that the alignment reflects Illinois children any adjustments will be made as needed The Illinois Social and Emotional Learning Standards will continue to be used and are aligned to the self and social development and self regulation domains 22 Will patterning be eliminated from KIDS since it is not on the Common Core State Standards Patterning is the foundation for algebraic thinking sequencing counting ordering and so much more Although it is not a standard it is good practice to attend to patterning if we want students to meet that standard in the third grade It will not be eliminated from KIDS 23 Are SSD and REG aligned to the Common Core Standards The Illinois Social and Emotional Learning Standards parallel the SSD and REG domains According to the CCSS Key Design Considerations While the ELA and content area literacy components described herein are critical to college and career readiness they do not define

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