With the rise in the use of "ipads" in schools, has anyone found an "app" which can be used in lieu of a graphing calculator in class?
Would such an item be allowed for use on the regents? A concern may be that the student using the ipad now has access to the internet and thus would invalidate the exam.
From: HELENE KARO [mailto:HKARO@mail.nasboces.org] Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 10:50 AM To: Test Scoring and Reporting Subject: [tsrpt] Notices Regarding the New York State Testing Program
THIS MESSAGE IS FROM DAVID ABRAMS:
Attached to this e-mail are two notices with important information regarding the New York State Testing Program. The topics of these notices are:
1. Proposed Technology Requirements for Computer-Delivered Assessments
2. Maintaining the Integrity of Required Laboratory Activities for Living Environment Part D
Please share these with your staff. Thank you for all the work you do on behalf of the students of New York State.
David Abrams Assistant Commissioner Office of Assessment Policy, Development and Administration NYS Education Department
89 Washington Ave. Room 675 EBA Albany, NY 12234 518-473-7880 (Phone) 518-473-7737 (Fax)
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