To support teachers in preparing their students for grade level learning after 5 months of school closures, the Stanislaus County Office of Education has developed a bank of formative assessments and guides for 1st-8th grade mathematics.
The assessments are aligned to the scope and sequence of Eureka Math but could be used to support formative assessment for any curriculum by using the Resources by Content Standard pages. Portions of the assessments have been adapted from EngageNY.org, an open educational resource.
About Readiness Assessments for Math Project (RAMP)
Edulastic is excited to offer a digital option for administering the RAMP assessments in our free teacher version.
The RAMP assessments are designed to formatively assess foundational skills necessary for upcoming math learning, while providing supports for collecting and analyzing the data and offering suggestions for instruction. They are not designed to be used for end-of-module or grade level assessments, and are not meant to be used to create fixed level groups. Each assessment is available in both English and Spanish.
Assigning RAMP Assessments in Edulastic
Find RAMP assessments for your grade level by clicking the links below, or searching the Test Library. Choose your grade and subject and type SCOE in the keyword box.
Collecting and Analyzing Data
Once students have completed an assessment, sort students work for each question according to the Got It / Close / Not Yet protocol Enter the data into the recording sheets available on the RAMP website.
Making Instructional Decisions
Download the RAMP Teacher Guides for each module to access ideas and instructional resources for your students’ different levels of understanding. Suggested Eureka Math mini-lessons, Khan Academy videos and class collaboration activities will help you provide the next activity to move your students forward in their mastery of standards.