ILEARN Guide : Free Online Guide, Information, Tips, Practice Tests and Strategies – 2018-19
|ILEARN Testing Window||April 22 – May 17, 2019|
|ILEARN sessions||ELA & Math : Computer adaptive test [CAT], Performance test [PT]|
What was the earlier assessment conducted before the introduction of ILEARN Assessment?
When did Indiana incorporate ILEARN as a form of the end of the year assessment?
What is the ILEARN assessment schedule for 2019?
How many sessions are there for each ILEARN test?
What is the duration of ILEARN test?
What are the question types in ILEARN test?
How are the performance levels assessed in ILEARN?
What is the calculator policy for ILEARN test?
When will results of the ILEARN assessments be announced?
How will StepUp® help my child prepare for ILEARN test?
Are there any printable worksheets to help with ILEARN practice?
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The assessment conducted at the end of the year in Indiana State is called ILEARN. It is Indiana’s new online computer adaptive assessment designed to measure student’s proficiency of the Indiana Academic Standards in Grades 3–8.Scroll to Top
The earlier assessment before ILEARN was called iStep+. iStep+ was introduced in the year 1995 for grades 3,6,8 and 10. In 2002, iStep+ was introduced with new academic standards and in 2003, it was extended to all grades from grade 3 to 8. In 2008, the tests were shifted to Spring from fall. In 2015 iStep+ reflects new college- and career- ready 2014 standards.Scroll to Top br>
ILEARN will be introduced from the school year 2018-19.Scroll to Top
The ILEARN testing window for 2019 is between is April 22 – May 17, 2019.Scroll to Top br>
The number of sessions in ILEARN Test is as follows:
The duration of the ILEARN tests is as follows:
The duration of CAT is 90-100 minutes and the duration of Performance Task is 110 – 130 minutes.
The duration of CAT is 90 -100 minutes and the duration of Performance Task is 50 to 70 minutes.
The question types in ILEARN include:
1. Selected Response questions such as multiple choice, multi select, matching tables, evidence based selected response,editing task choice and hot text.
2. Machine Scored Constructed Response (MSCR) questions such as graphic response or grid item, Natural language and editing task.
3. Hand Scored Constructed Response (HSCR) questions such as Short answer (2 point rubric) and Extended Constructed Response.
The performance levels for ILEARN are as follows:
LEVEL 1: Below Proficiency
LEVEL 2: Approaching Proficiency
LEVEL 3: At Proficiency
LEVEL 4: Above Proficiency
The calculator policy for ILEARN test is as follows:
Calculators are not allowed for Grades 3 to 5. Calculators are allowed for Grades 6 to 8. Grade 6 Online Desmos Four Function is allowed during calculator segments only. Grade 7 and 8 will be allowed Online Desmos Scientific calculator during calculator segments only.
Students with IEPs and special needs will be allowed to use calculators as defined in the IEPs.Scroll to Top br>
The American Institute for Research, or AIR, will provide student proficiency information by August 15, 2019 for the 2018-2019 school year.Scroll to Top br>
The Lumos StepUp® provides
(a) Online access to TWO Full-length ILEARN Practice Tests.
(b) Workbooks to practice 30+ Math and 40+ ELA skills.
(c) Access to parent and student portals.
(d) Access to Teacher portal.
(e) Easy-to-use, advanced and real-time reports to help you identify areas of weakness and tailor personalized learning plans for your student.
(f) Student-centric approach, combined with instant feedback boosts student confidence and improves learning outcomes.
(g) StepUp® program can be accessed through a number of devices that include, PC, tablet and smartphones and it is available 24×7. This convenience helps enabling anywhere learning.
Yes, Lumos Learning provide a number of free printable worksheets to help students experience sample questions in the printed format.