I’m teaching a module, do I need to test?
Teaching an MCC module requires the use of a pre and post test. Tests for modules can be found on our student tests page. Teachers who pre and post test for a module and submit the scores to MCC will receive a personalized report outlining information on student scores, and recommendations on focus areas for the module.
Which tests should I give my students?
Students should be given a pre test before you begin teaching the module, and a post test when you are finished teaching the module. If you are teaching a sixth grade module you will also need to pre and post test your students for the accompanying module in that study. For more information on which tests to administer to your students contact our professional development personnel via our contact page.
Who should I send the tests to?
Tests should be e-mailed to the MCC office via our contact page, or mailed to our address, 2175 University Ave South, Suite 101 Fairbanks, AK 99709.
When should I pretest and post test my students?
Students should be pretested before you begin teaching the module. Students should be post tested after you have finished teaching the module. Tests can be found on our student tests page.
Some of my students needed to stop taking the test before they were done, what should I do?
Each pre and post test score sheet has a special area to indicate students who were absent from class, stopped a test early, or who decided to not take the test at all. A sample score sheet can be found on our student tests page.
Why do treatment teachers need to test students on a module they are not teaching?
Teachers who are part of a 6th grade study must pre and post test students both for the module they are teaching, and the accompanying module in the study. Tests for both modules will be used in research on the module, and provide valuable information to the study. Administering both tests is a requirement for UAF credit through the MCC course.