Oregon Department of Education

Locally Developed Technical Skill Assessments (Region 2A)


These assessments are developed in Region 2A for Washington and Eastern Columbia counties, PAVTEC and Portland Community College.

Locally developed and ODE approved technical skill assessments can be used for the technical skill attainment measurement required by Perkins IV. The assessments listed below have been approved. Refer to the Oregon Skill Sets for a complete list of approved assessments sorted by cluster and focus area. Information on approval of locally produced assessments can be found here.



SECONDARY

Assessment: Accounting II
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 52.03
ID Code:2AREG002
Proficiency Level: Score of 75% or above.
Description: This performance assessment was developed for the Accounting program at Tualatin High School. Students demonstrate their performance through an accounting simulation.
Links: Assessment Blueprint   Document
Contact: Jim McCaffrey eMail


Assessment: A+ Certification 2009 MasterExam
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 14.09
ID Code:2AREG001
Proficiency Level: 80%
Description: Assessment developed only for use in the Sherwood High School Computer Technology program.
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Assessment: Advanced Building Construction
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 4600
ID Code:2AREG003
Proficiency Level: Combined score of 80% or above for all three assessments with no single portion scored lower than 70%.
Description: A three-item portfolio assessment with scoring rubric that is administered twice during the Advanced Building Construction Class as well as a written final test. Developed for use at Forest Grove High School.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Chris Higginbotham eMail


Assessment: Agriculture Portfolio
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 01.00
ID Code:2AREG004
Proficiency Level: Score of 3 or higher in all 6 categories.
Description: This portfolio assessment was developed for the Agriculture program at Forest Grove High School. Students demonstrate their proficiency through a record book and a set of exams completed during three different courses.
Links: Scoring Rubric MS-Word
Contact: Jami DuyckeMail


Assessment: Automotive Technology Portfolio
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 47.06
ID Code:2AREG006
Proficiency Level: Score of meets in all categories.
Description: This portfolio assessment was developed for use in the Automotive Technology program at Tigard High School. Students complete the portfolio during a single semester course.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Jay ButzeMail


Assessment: Business and Marketing
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 14.09
ID Code:2AREG007
Proficiency Level: 80%
Description: This performance assessment was developed for use in the Marketing Program at Southridge High School. The assessment is based on a research and oral presentation on a marketing topic.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Patrick Buckhalter eMail


Assessment: Business and Marketing Project
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 5214
ID Code:2AREG008
Proficiency Level:Meets or exceeds expectation in each of the written materials.
Description:Performance-based assessment based on DECA contest materials used by Beaverton High School. Students are scored on their individual written event materials in the Business Operation Research Event, Chapter Team Event, Business Management and Entrepreneurship Event, or Marketing Representative Event. Materials are scored locally using DECA criteria and a local advisory group prior to the DECA competition.
Links: Event and Scoring Materials  External Link
Contact: Kathryn Robinson eMail


Assessment: Cabinetry
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 46.00
ID Code:2AREG009
Proficiency Level: Score of 4 or 5 on each skill.
Description: Developed for use in the Construction program at Gaston High School. The scoring rubric is used to evaluate student work on a specific project.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Wade SimseMail


Assessment: CAD/CAM Prototyping
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 14.09
ID Code:2AREG047
Proficiency Level: Level 3 or above in all areas.
Description: Assessment developed for use in Manufacturing programs in the following region 2A and 2C high schools: Sherwood, Century, Gaston, Scappoose, Glencoe, Franklin, Alliance-Meek, Benson, Westview, Hillsboro, Aloha. The assessment is used to evaluate a specific project presented to students.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Tim Morley eMail
Contact: John Niebergall eMail


Assessment: Child Services 2 Senior Project Portfolio
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 1312
ID Code:2AREG010
Proficiency Level: Score of 30 or above on scoring rubric.
Description: A portfolio assessment completed by students in the Liberty High School and Hillsboro High School Child Services Programs. The assessment is scored using a senior project rubric linked to National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) standards.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Jessica Ackerman eMail


Assessment: Construction/Architecture
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 46.00
ID Code:2AREG048
Proficiency Level: Level 2 in all areas.
Description: This portfolio assessment was developed for the Construction/Architecture program at Aloha High School. Students are assessed on a completed plan portfolio.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Dennis Larsen eMail


Assessment: Construction/Carpentry
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 46.00
ID Code:2AREG049
Proficiency Level:Level 2 in all areas.
Description: This project-based assessment was developed for the Construction/Carpentry program at Aloha High School. Students complete a shed that is assessed using the scoring rubric.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Dennis Larsen eMail


Assessment: Culinary Arts
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 12.05
ID Code:2AREG012
Proficiency Level: Score of 3 or better on each of the 5 categories.
Description: This assessment was developed for use in the Culinary Arts program at Forest Grove High School. Students create, plan, and cost a menu for this performance assessment.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Erin LinhareseMail


Assessment: Design and Digital Arts
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 09.07
ID Code:2AREG013
Proficiency Level: A rating of 4 or better in each category.
Description: This project-based assessment was developed for the Design and Digital Arts program at Vernonia High School. The project focuses on development of a communication package for a business.
Links: Scoring Guide Excel Document
Contact: Doran Lower eMail


Assessment: Design and Fabrication Project
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 4800
ID Code:2AREG014
Proficiency Level: Score 3 or higher in all four categories.
Description: Performance assessment based on a project at Forest Grove High School that includes CAD design, welding, cutting, and communication.
Links: Scoring Guide PDF Document
Contact: Jami Duyck eMail


Assessment: Drafting Skill Assessment
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 15.13
ID Code:2AREG015
Proficiency Level: Score 3 or better on all four categories.
Description: The project-based assessment was developed for the Drafting Technology program at St. Helens High School. Students complete a project using 3D CAD software.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: John Tainter eMail


Assessment: Early Childhood Education
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 19.07
ID Code:2AREG016
Proficiency Level: Score meets on the following number of standards in each of five areas: Set 1 – 3 out of 4 standards, Set 2 – 2 out of 2 standards, Set 3 – 2 out of 3 standards, Set 4 – 2 out of 3 standards, Set 5 – 3 out of 4 standards.
Description: Developed for use in the Early Childhood Education program at Scappoose High School. The scoring rubrics are used during observations of students at various sites.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Robyn Grabhorn eMail


Assessment: Early Childhood Education Senior Portfolio
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 13.12
ID Code:2AREG017
Proficiency Level: Must score at least 2 in all areas.
Description: Developed for the Century High School Early Childhood Education program. The rubric is used to score a portfolio of evidence developed during the senior year.
Links: Scoring Rubric  Document
Contact: Alia Laack eMail


Assessment: Early Childhood Education Technical Skill Assessment
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 19.07
ID Code:2AREG018
Proficiency Level: See scoring guide for explanation of proficiency. Proficiency demonstrated by meeting a predetermined number of dimensions in each of 5 skill set categories.
Description: This assessment, developed by instructors at Westview High School and St. Helens High School, is designed to be used to evaluate students working in on-site and off-site preschool and kindergarten classrooms.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact1: Claire Floyd eMail
Contact2: Martine Barnett eMail


Assessment: Firefighting
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 43.02
ID Code:2AREG021
Proficiency Level: Score of 3 or higher in all 6 categories.
Description: This portfolio assessment was developed for the Legal and Protective Services program at Forest Grove High School. Students demonstrate their proficiency through a series of tasks, journal of experiences, and presentation.
Links: Scoring Rubric MS-Word
Contact: Dave Nemeyer eMail


Assessment:Glencoe Marketing
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 52.14
ID Code:2AREG051
Proficiency Level:Meet all proficiencies for a total score of 20.
Description:The assessment was developed for use in the Marketing program at Glencoe High School. Students use a portfolio to provide evidence for meeting proficiencies.
Links:Scoring Guide PDF Document
Contact: Rebecca Hufford eMail


Assessment: Marketing Business Plan
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 52.14
ID Code:2AREG025
Proficiency Level: Score of 80% or higher.
Description: This performance assessment was developed for the Marketing program at Tualatin High School. Students demonstrate their proficiency by developing a business plan that is scored using a scoring guide developed by FBLA.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Veronica Salisbury eMail


Assessment: Marketing Portfolio
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 52.14
ID Code:2AREG026
Proficiency Level: Score of 4 or better on all sections of the presentation and technical skills rubrics.
Description: A portfolio assessment completed by students in the Aloha High School Marketing program. The assessment is scored using a presentation rubric and a technical skills rubric.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Eric Wise eMail


Assessment: Publishing and Broadcasting Portfolio
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 09.04
ID Code:2AREG036
Proficiency Level: Score 2 or 3 in all categories.
Description: This portfolio assessment was developed for the Communication Journalism program at Tigard High School. Students are assessed on a portfolio that contains five examples of their work.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Nancy Mayer eMail


Assessment: Signal to Noise Assessment
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 09.07
ID Code:2AREG037
Proficiency Level: Score of at least 20.
Description: Developed for the Westview High School Digital/Interactive Media program. The rubric is used to score submissions to the Signal to Noise Contest in Beaverton.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Scott Guthrie eMail

Assessment: Software Engineering Design
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 15.12
ID Code:2AREG038
Proficiency Level: Proficient in all 5 dimensions
Description: This software engineering design performance assessment was developed for use in the computer science and information technology programs at Century, Southridge, and Sunset High School. Students develop, test, and document a software product.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Chris WinikkaeMail

Assessment: Vernonia HS Construction
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 46.00
ID Code:2AREG042
Proficiency Level: A score of at least 8 in each category.
Description: Developed for use in the Construction program at Vernonia High School. Students are evaluated on the construction of a picnic table.
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Assessment: Web Site Performance Assessment
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 9.07
ID Code:2AREG039
Proficiency Level: Proficient in all 4 dimensions.
Description:This web site performance assessment was developed for use in the computer science and information technology programs at Century, Southridge, and Sunset High School. Students develop a web site of several pages that is designed for a client or is portfolio of student work.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Chris Winikka eMail


POSTSECONDARY

Assessment: Architectural Design and Drafting
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 15.1303
ID Code:2AREG005
Proficiency Level: 60 points or better
Description: This assessment was developed for exclusive use at Portland Community College.
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Assessment: Auto Collision Repair Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 47.0603
ID Code:2AREG050
Proficiency Level: Averaged score of 2.0 on each performance task area.
Description: Scoring rubric used during a Cooperative Education work experience completed in the sixth term of the program. The assessment tool is completed by the employer/supervisor.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: George Warneke eMail


Assessment: Civil Engineering Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 15.0201
ID Code:2AREG011
Proficiency Level: Average score of 70% on all assessments.
Description:This assessment was developed for use in the Civil Engineering Technology program at Portland Community College. The assessment consists of a number of engineering problems.
Links: Standards MS-Word
Contact: Jan ChamberseMail


Assessment: Electronic Engineering Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 15.0303
ID Code:2AREG019
Proficiency Level: 70% on all assessments.
Description: Portfolio of three assessments administered through the Electronic Engineering Technology program at Portland Community College. Two of the assessments are exams administered in EET 112 and EET 122. The third assessment is a lab project conducted in EET 222.
Links: Scoring Rubric  PDF Document
Contact: Mike Farrell eMail


Assessment: ETC 911 Telecommunicator
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 43.9999
ID Code:2AREG020
Proficiency Level: 80% or above on NAED Emergency Telecommunicator test, 100% on the LEDS certification test, 75% or above on the CritiCall final test, pass the Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED Professional Rescuer’s Course, and minimum gpa of 2.5.
Description: Portfolio of assessments developed for the ETC 911 Telecommunicator Program at Portland Community College.
Links: Standards  External Link
Contact: Carol Bruneau eMail


Assessment: Graphic Design
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 50.0409
ID Code:2AREG022
Proficiency Level: 70% or above on the assessment.
Description: Developed for use only in the Graphic Design program at Portland Community College.
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Assessment: Interior Design
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 50.0408
ID Code:2AREG024
Proficiency Level: 70%
Description:This portfolio assessment was developed for use in the Interior Design program at Portland Community College. Students are assessed on a collection of drawings developed in several classes.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Amanda Ferroggiaro eMail


Assessment: Mechanical Engineering Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 15.0805
ID Code:2AREG027
Proficiency Level: Average score of 70% on all assessments.
Description:This assessment was developed for use in the Mechanical Engineering Technology program at Portland Community College. The assessment consists of a number of engineering problems.
Links: Standards MS-Word
Contact: Jan ChamberseMail


Assessment: Microelectronic Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 15.0613
ID Code:2AREG028
Proficiency Level: 25 points minimum on exam and proficiency on performance based on document included in the link.
Description:This assessment was developed for use in the Microelectronic Technology program at Portland Community College. Students are assessed using an exam and a performance task on trouble-shooting skills.
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Contact: Shelton FueMail


Assessment: Multimedia
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 50.0401
ID Code:2AREG029
Proficiency Level: Score of 5 for all criteria.
Description: This performance assessment was developed for use in the Multimedia program at Portland Community College. Students submit a portfolio/demo reel demonstrating that they have met program outcomes.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Beth Fitzgerald eMail


Assessment: Oregon Paraeducator Certificate Portfolio
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 13.1501
ID Code:2AREG030
Proficiency Level: Scored meets or exemplary on all areas of the scoring guide.
Description: A portfolio assessment with scoring rubric that is administered during the ED 263 Portfolio Development Course at Portland Community College.
Links: Scoring Rubric MS-Word
Contact: Gabe Hunter-Bernstein eMail


Assessment: Paralegal Portfolio
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 22.0302
ID Code:2AREG031
Proficiency Level: Meets program objectives in all elements.
Description:This is a portfolio assessment developed for exclusive use in the Paralegal Program at Portland Community College. Students complete the portfolio as part of the PL204 course.
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Assessment: PCC Administrative Office Professional
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 52.0204
ID Code:2AREG041
Proficiency Level: 70 or above on the exam and average or above on the co-op survey.
Description: Developed for use in the Administrative Office Professional program at Portland Community College. Students are evaluated on a final exam in CAS 246 and a co-op evaluation survey.
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Assessment: PCC Alcohol and Drug Counseling
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 51.1501
ID Code: 2AREG032
Proficiency Level: Yes in all 6 categories.
Description: This practicum performance assessment was developed for use in the Alcohol and Drug Counseling program at Portland Community College. The assessment is based on an 18 credit practicum experience completed as part of the degree requirements.
Links: Scoring Rubric   Document
Contact: Jonny GiebereMail


Assessment: PCC Building Construction Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 15.1001
ID Code:2AREG044
Proficiency Level: Score of 3 in all areas.
Description: Developed for use in the Building Construction Technology program at Portland Community College. Students are evaluated on their installation of a window to industry standard.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Kirk Garrison eMail

Assessment: PCC CIS Network Administration
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 52.1201
ID Code: 2AREG054
Proficiency Level: Average score 3 points or higher.
Descriptions: Scenario assessment developed for use exclusively at Portland Community College in the Computer Information Systems Network Administration Option
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Assessment: PCC CNC Lathe Assessment
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 48.0501 ID Code: 2AREG053
Proficiency Level: 60%
Description: Performance assessment developed for use in the CNC Turning program at Portland Community College.
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Assessment: PCC CNC Mill Assessment
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 48.0501 ID Code: 2AREG052
Proficiency Level: 60%
Description: Descriptions: Performance assessment developed for use in the CNC Milling program at Portland Community College.
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Assessment: PCC Criminal Justice
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 43.0104
ID Code:2AREG045
Proficiency Level: Score of 2 or above on each factor of the scoring rubric.
Description: Developed for exclusive use in the Criminal Justice program at Portland Community College. The assessment is a Prosecutive Report for an actual case.
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Assessment: PCC Early Education and Family Studies
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 13.1210
ID Code: 2AREG043
Proficiency Level: Satisfactory rating for all standards.
Description: Developed for use in the Early Education and Family Studies program at Portland Community College. The assessment is a portfolio of evidence organized around the Standards for Early Childhood Professional Preparation.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Christyn Dundorf eMail


Assessment: PCC Fire Protection
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 43.0203
ID Code:2AREG033
Proficiency Level: Pass all skills.
Description: This performance assessment was developed for use in the Fire Protection program at Portland Community College. The assessment is based on skill tests administered in FP 111, FP 112, and FP 123.
Links: Skill List   Document
Contact: Doug SmitheMail


Assessment: PCC - Health Information Management
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 51.0707
ID Code:2AREG023
Proficiency Level: 80% over a series of mock exams.
Description: Developed for use in the Health Information Management program at Portland Community College. The assessment consists of a series of mock exams based on the certification exam for the American Health Information Management Association.
Links: Test Specifications  PDF Document
Contact: Ann Wenning eMail


Assessment: PCC Landscape Technology CWE
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 01.0605
ID Code:2AREG046
Proficiency Level: 70% of skills are rated as a meets or above.
Description: Developed for exclusive use in the Landscape Technology program at Portland Community College. Students are assessed on a Cooperative Work Experience.
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Assessment: PCC Medical Laboratory Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 51.1004
ID Code:2AREG034
Proficiency Level: Score of 3 or higher in all areas.
Description: This clinical practice performance assessment was developed for use in the Medical Laboratory Technology program at Portland Community College. The assessment is based on clinical practice completed during the courses MLT 271-274.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Ana SacramentoeMail


Assessment: PCC - Professional Music
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 50.0903
ID Code:2AREG035
Proficiency Level: Meets on all domains of the scoring guide.
Description: Developed for use only in the Professional Music program at Portland Community College.
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Assessment: Welding Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 48.0508
ID Code:2AREG040
Proficiency Level: Weld must meet AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Code criteria.
Description: This assessment was developed for use in the Welding Technology program at Portland Community College. This performance assessment requires students to complete specific welds to a nationally acceptable standard.
Links: Standards are available through the American Welding Society (AWS).
Contact: Scott JudyeMail


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    Secondary/Post-Secondary Transitions - Ed. Specialist, Industrial & Engineering Systems