End of Unit Assessment
The End of Unit Assessment is intended to surface how students understand the mathematics in relation to the end of year goal of a Regents examination. To support retention, the End of Unit Assessments are intentionally designed with spiralled questions from previous units.
- Student-facing materials, which come in two types. First, a Regents-like assessment in three parts: a section with eight multiple choice questions, a section with three constructed response questions worth 2 points each, and a section with one constructed response question worth 4 points. Second, a longer contextual problem may be available for some units.
- Teacher tools, which include instructions and suggestions for how to use the assessment (which you may adapt or modify as you need), a scoring guide, and test blueprints. A set of data tools may be provided in some units to make sense of the resulting student work on the performance task and plan next steps.