MAP Assessment

Since last week, Sekolah Ciputra has been conducting the MAP assessment for all grade 3, 6, and 9 students. This is the second assessment during this academic year. The MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) assessments are computerised adaptive tests that measure students’ instructional level in Mathematics, Reading and Language usage. Due to the pandemic, the assessment is organised in a hybrid mode.
 
The results are used: 
1. For quality assurance purposes. They highlight areas where the students are particularly successful or unsuccessful and help teachers modify their teaching programmes accordingly.
2. To help benchmark the school internal results. The tests are international and standard based. It means it helps the school triangulate its own assessment data and get a clearer picture on student achievement in an international context. 
3. To better personalise learning. Teachers receive results that show what students know and what they are ready to learn, which can be used to help personalise lessons at an appropriate level. 
4. To improve goal setting. The data is used to help students set goals and understand what they need to learn to achieve their goals.   
 
 
Gatut Samuel
Curriculum Administrator

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