SBAC Assessment Guide : Free Online Guide, Information, Tips, Practice Tests and Strategies – 2018-19
|SBAC Length [ELA & Math combined]||
|SBAC Subjects||ELA, Math|
|SBAC Sections||Computer Adaptive Test, Performance Test|
What is the purpose of the SBAC?
Is Lumos tedBook™ completely aligned with the SBAC assessment guidelines?
How can students succeed on the SBAC test using the Lumos Study Program?
What is the SBAC assessment schedule?
What states are using SBAC Assessments?
Are there any printable worksheets to help with SBAC practice?
Do you provide computer-based SBAC Practice also?
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Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) is one of two state consortiums responsible for developing assessments aligned to the new, more rigorous College and Career Readiness (CCR) Standards and Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Test developers are working together to create the new computer based English Language Arts and Math assessments.Scroll to Top
The SBAC is based on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English language arts/literacy (ELA) and mathematics. The SBAC tests are comprised of the Summative Assessments, the Interim Assessments, and the Digital Library which have been designed to support teaching and learning throughout the year.Scroll to Top br>
This SBAC tedBook™ is aligned to the Common Core State Standards. Most states that are in the SBAC consortium will measure student achievement through state tests in the Spring of 2018 and SBAC assessments in the 2018-2019 academic year. This book is designed to assist students and teachers during the summative or end-of-the-year assessment period.Scroll to Top br>
At Lumos Learning, we believe that yearlong learning and adequate practice before the actual test are the keys to student success on the standardized tests. We have designed the Lumos Study Program to help students get plenty of realistic practice before the test and to promote yearlong collaborative learning.
This Book Includes:
- Access to Online SBAC Practice Assessments
- Two Performance Tasks (PT)
- Two Computer Adaptive Tests (CAT)
- 30+ Skills foundational to success on Smarter Balanced assessments
- Five CCSS Domains: Operations and Algebraic Thinking, Numbers and Operations in Base Ten, Numbers and Operations – Fractions, Measurement and Data, and Geometry
- Engaging reading passages to make learning fun!
- Detailed answer explanations for every question
- Teachers Get FREE Access to Lumos StepUp™ Basic Account
The dates for the 2019 SBAC assessment administration vary based on the state and school district. A summary of expected dates are provided in the table below. Please consult your school to get the exact test dates for your student.
|HAWAII||19 Feb – 31 May,2019|
|MONTANA||Mar 20 – May 24,2019|
|SOUTH DAKOTA||March 6- May 3, 2019|
|VERMONT||Mar 12 – May 31, 2019|
|WASHINGTON||Mar 4 – Jun 7, 2019|
Currently, the following states are part of the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium : California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, South Dakota, Vermont, Washington.Scroll to Top br>
Yes, Lumos Learning provide a number of free printable worksheets to help students experience sample questions in the printed format.
Yes, we have online SBAC rehearsal program for schools as well as students. Please use the buttons below to learn more.Computer-based SBAC Practice Program for Schools Scroll to Top