Oregon Department of Education

Locally Developed Technical Skill Assessments (Region 10)


These assessments are developed in Region 10 for Crook, Deschutes, Gilliam, Jefferson, Lake, Sherman and Wheeler counties, High Desert ESD and Central Oregon 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: Region 10 Accounting Test
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 5203
ID Code:10REG003
Proficiency Level: 50% for 2012 - 2013
Description: Locally developed test created by consortium of schools in CTE Region 10. Use outside of Region 10 is conditional.
Links: Standards  Document
Contact: Sal Cassaro eMail


Assessment: Region 10 Agriculture Test
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 01.0000
ID Code: 10REG016
Proficiency Level: 50%
Descriptions: Locally developed test created by consortium of schools in CTE Region 6. Use outside of Region 6 is conditional.
Links: Standards  PDF Document
Contact: Brook Rich eMail


Assessment: Region 10 Criminal Justice Test
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 4301
ID Code:10REG004
Proficiency Level: 50% for 2012 - 2013
Description: Locally developed test created by consortium of schools in CTE Region 10. Use outside of Region 10 is conditional.
Links: Standards  Document
Contact: Sal Cassaro eMail


Assessment: Region 10 Culinary Test
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 1205
ID Code:10REG005
Proficiency Level: 50% for 2012 - 2013
Description: Locally developed test created by consortium of schools in CTE Region 10. Use outside of Region 10 is conditional.
Links: Standards  Document
Contact: Sal Cassaro eMail


Assessment: Region 10 Early Childhood Education Test
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 1312
ID Code:10REG006
Proficiency Level: 50% for 2012 - 2013
Description: Locally developed test created by consortium of schools in CTE Region 10. Use outside of Region 10 is conditional.
Links: Standards  Document
Contact: Sal Cassaro eMail


Assessment: Region 10 Engineering Technology Test
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 1500
ID Code:10REG007
Proficiency Level: 50% for 2012 - 2013
Description: Locally developed test created by consortium of schools in CTE Region 10. Use outside of Region 10 is conditional.
Links: Standards  Document
Contact: Sal Cassaro eMail


Assessment: Region 10 Forestry Test
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 03.05
ID Code:10REG008
Proficiency Level: 50% for 2012 - 2013
Description: Locally developed test created by consortium of schools in CTE Region 10. Use outside of Region 10 is conditional.
Links: Standards  Document
Contact: Sal Cassaro eMail


Assessment: Region 10 General Business Management Test
Level: Secondary
CIP Code:
ID Code:10REG009
Proficiency Level: 50% for 2012 - 2013
Description: Locally developed test created by consortium of schools in CTE Region 10. Use outside of Region 10 is conditional.
Links: Standards  Document
Contact: Sal Cassaro eMail


Assessment: Region 10 Graphic Design and Media Test
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 5004
ID Code:10REG010
Proficiency Level: 50% for 2012 - 2013
Description: Locally developed test created by consortium of schools in CTE Region 10. Use outside of Region 10 is conditional.
Links: Standards  Document
Contact: Sal Cassaro eMail


Assessment: Region 10 Health EMT Test
Level: Secondary
CIP Code: 5100
ID Code:10REG011
Proficiency Level: 50% for 2012 - 2013
Description: Locally developed test created by consortium of schools in CTE Region 10. Use outside of Region 10 is conditional.
Links: Standards  Document
Contact: Sal Cassaro eMail



POSTSECONDARY

Assessment: COCC Criminal Justice CWE
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 43.0104
ID Code:10REG014
Proficiency Level: Meets on the scoring rubric.
Description: Developed for exclusive use in the Criminal Justice program at Central Oregon Community College.
Links:
Contact:

Assessment:COCC Culinary Assessment
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 12.0503
ID Code:10REG001
Proficiency Level: 70 points or higher.
Description: Developed for exclusive use in the Culinary Arts Program at Central Oregon Community College.
Links:
Contact:


Assessment: COCC Forestry Capstone Exam
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 03.0501
ID Code:10REG013
Proficiency Level: Exam score exceeds 75%.
Description: A comprehensive exam administered to students in the Forestry program at Central Oregon Community College. The exam is aligned to the Society of American Foresters curriculum requirements.
Links: Test Blueprint PDF Document
Contact: Ron Boldenow eMail


Assessment: COCC Early Childhood Education
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 13.1210
ID Code:10REG012
Proficiency Level: Complete rating on all sections of the portfolio.
Description: A portfolio assessment administered through the ED 261 and ED 262 courses at Central Oregon Community College. Students demonstrate evidence of key elements in the NAEYC standards.
Links: Aligned to NAEYC Standards
Contact: Amy Howell eMail


Assessment: COCC Manufacturing
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 15.0613
ID Code:10REG015
Proficiency Level: Score of 2.5 or higher on each project.
Description: Developed for use in the Manufacturing Technology program at Central Oregon Community College. The assessment involves capstone projects in welding and machining.
Links: Scoring Rubrics PDF Document
Contact: Christopher Redgrave eMail



Assessment: Marketing Capstone Portfolio
Level: Postsecondary
CIP Code: 52.1401
ID Code:10REG002
Proficiency Level: Scored basic or higher on all 9 categories of the scoring rubric.
Description: A portfolio assessment with scoring rubric that is administered during the BA 290 Business Seminar at Central Oregon Community College. The scoring rubric is applied to three specific products produced as part of the seminar.
Links: Scoring Rubric MS-Word
Contact: Diana Glenn eMail


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Contacts
  • Tom Thompson Email    (503) 947-5790
    Secondary/Post-Secondary Transitions - Ed. Specialist, Industrial & Engineering Systems