Oregon Department of Education

Locally Developed Technical Skill Assessments (Region 3)


These assessments are developed in Region 3 for Marion, Polk, Yamhill & Lincoln counties, Mid Willamette Education Consortium (MWEC) and Chemeketa 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: Amity HS Hospitality & Tourism Management
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 52.09
ID Code: 3REG004
Proficiency Level: Score of 3 on each section.
Description:This assessment was developed for use at Amity High School in the Hospitality Tourism Management program. The assessment is a portfolio.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Karen Fanning eMail


Assessment: Dayton HS Administrative Services
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 52.04
ID Code:3REG009
Proficiency Level: 70%
Description: Developed for use in the Administrative Services program at Dayton High School. Students are evaluated on a portfolio of exams and web design project.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Kathleen Hirons eMail


Assessment: Digital Media Portfolio
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 11.01
ID Code:3REG001
Proficiency Level: Score 3 or higher on each of the five projects.
Description:This portfolio assessment was developed for use in the Digital Media program at Central High School. Students are scored on five different projects.
Links: Scoring Rubric Word Document
Contact: Jacob Herbert eMail


Assessment: MWEC CASE Agriculture
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 01.0000
ID Code: 3REG020
Proficiency Level: Average score of 60% on CASE ASA and ASP end of course assessments
Description: Developed for use in Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) programs in CTE Region 3. The assessment involves two end of course exams.
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Assessment: MWEC Engineering
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 14.01
ID Code: 3REG005
Proficiency Level: Score of 12 or above with no score below 2 in any one area.
Description: This assessment was developed for use in Engineering programs in CTE Region 3. The assessment involves completion of a portfolio including a final project.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Ed Woods eMail


Assessment: MWEC Health Sciences/Public Service
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 51.00
ID Code:3REG002
Proficiency Level: Combined score of at least 21 with no separate score below 2.
Description: This performance assessment was developed for the Health Sciences/Public Services programs in CTE Region 3. Students demonstrate proficiency through a series of simulation scenario problems and reflection essays.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Ed Woods eMail


Assessment: MWEC PLTW Engineering
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 15.00 ID Code:3REG006
Proficiency Level: Minimum score of 15 on the portfolio rubric with no category below 2.
Description:Developed for use in Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Engineering programs in CTE Region 3. The assessment involves completion of a portfolio of several projects.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Ed Woods eMail


Assessment: MWEC Regional Agriculture Assessment
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 01.00
ID Code:3REG003
Proficiency Level: Score of at least 12 on the rubric with no score below 2 in any one area.
Description: This portfolio assessment was developed for the Agriculture programs in CTE Region 3 (Marion, Polk, Yamhill, and Lincoln Counties). Students demonstrate their proficiency to a committee or through a presentation or portfolio.
Links: Scoring Rubric  Word Document
Contact: Trish Conlon eMail


Assessment: Newport HS Drafting
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 15.13 ID Code:3REG007
Proficiency Level: 80% of possible score.
Description: Developed for use in the Drafting program at Newport High School. The performance assessment is based on a final drawing of a specific part.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Ed Woods eMail


Assessment: OSD Visual Communication/Video
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 50.04
ID Code:3REG008
Proficiency Level: Score of 9.
Description: Developed for use in the Video Communications/Video program at Oregon School for the Deaf. Students are evaluated based on a video product.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Bill Cruscial eMail


Assessment: Taft HS Culinary Arts New
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 12.0500 ID Code: 3REG019
Proficiency Level: Score of 15 or higher
Description: This assessment was developed for use in the Culinary Arts program at Taft High School. Students create, plan, and cost a menu for this performance assessment.
Links: Scoring Rubric PDF Document
Contact: Julia Westbrook eMail



POSTSECONDARY

Assessment: CHEM Accounting
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 52.0301
ID Code: 3REG017
Proficiency Level: 70% on both assessments.
Description: A portfolio of two assessments developed for exclusive use in the Accounting program at Chemeketa Community College.
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Assessment: CHEM Business Management
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 52.0201
ID Code: 3REG012
Proficiency Level: Score of 70% or above.
Description: Developed for exclusive use in the Management program at Chemeketa Community College. The assessment is based on a marketing plan project completed in the Principles of Marketing course.
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Assessment: CHEM Business Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 52.0401
ID Code: 3REG018
Proficiency Level: 70%
Description: A capstone assessment administered in BT271. The assessment is developed for exclusive use in the Business Technology program at Chemeketa Community College.
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Assessment: CHEM Computer Information Systems
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 11.0101
ID Code: 3REG011
Proficiency Level: Score of 48 or above.
Description: Developed for exclusive use in the Computer Systems and Information Technology program at Chemeketa Community College. The assessment is based on a project completed in a capstone course.
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Assessment: CHEM Electronics Engineering Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 14.1001
ID Code: 3REG014
Proficiency Level: Score of 70% or above.
Description: Developed for exclusive use in the Electronics Engineering Technology program at Chemeketa Community College. The assessment is based on an advanced lab design project for a predetermined electronic system.
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Assessment: CHEM Health Information Management
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 51.0705
ID Code: 3REG016
Proficiency Level: 70%
Description: For exclusive use in the Health Services Management program at Chemeketa Community College. The assessment involves a mock certification exam and an onsite practicum.
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Assessment: CHEM Machining Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 48.0503
ID Code: 3REG010
Proficiency Level: 80% on assigned modules.
Description: Developed for exclusive use at Chemeketa Community College in the Machining Technologies programs. The assessments are included in four modules of the Mori Seiki University training mateials.
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Assessment: CHEM Drafting Technology
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 15.1301
ID Code: 3REG015
Proficiency Level: Score of 80% or above.
Description: Developed for exclusive use in the Computer Assisted Drafting program at Chemeketa Community College. The assessment is based on a capstone project that involves drawing a set of plans for a residential building.
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Assessment: CHEM Visual Communications
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 50.0409
ID Code: 3REG013
Proficiency Level: Score of 70% or above.
Description: Developed for exclusive use in the Graphic Design program at Chemeketa Community College. The assessment is based on a portfolio developed in the VC284 course.
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Contacts
  • Tom Thompson Email    (503) 947-5790
    Secondary/Post-Secondary Transitions - Ed. Specialist, Industrial & Engineering Systems