Registered Teams: 2017 Conduct of Chapter Meetings LDE Preliminary
Apr 26, 2017 by Hannah H Cantrell
Registration for the following ONLINE Conduct of Chapter Meetings LDE preliminary is now closed. A list of registered teams can be found below. If your team is listed below and you are no longer planning to participate please notify Erin Walker or Hannah Huggins as soon as possible.
The online preliminary testing will be held on May 9, 2017. Your proctor will be receiving an email with further instructions the week before the exam. If you need to change your proctor please contact Hannah Huggins ASAP.
Please be reminded this event is only open to middle school and 9th grade members.
IMPORTANT: Please be reminded that all team members must be current on the membership roster in order to be eligible for participation. If membership is questioned in any competitive event or award programs held above the chapter level, the advisor must then show evidence that state and national dues were paid prior to the student having participated in that event or award program. If membership for any team member is determined to be unpaid, the team will be disqualified from the event.
|Barrington MS (Glenn)|
|Ft. White SR|
|Lake Butler Middle|
|Lakewood Ranch JR|
|Okeechobee Yearling Middle|
|South Lake JR|
|Strawberry Crest (Elton Hinton)JR|
Please read the following information carefully to ensure that you, your students and proctor are prepared for online testing.
Online CDE Exam FAQs
What do I do to get ready for the exams?
You will need to register each team online just like any other LDE. When you register, you’ll tell us who’s proctoring the exam and about what time you’ll be taking it. Additionally, you’ll need to communicate with your proctor about their responsibilities and schedule a time and location where you’ll have access to computers.
Who can be a proctor?
School administrators, computer lab coordinators, media specialists, guidance counselors, testing coordinators, teachers not affiliated with the agriculture program, other non-instructional school or school district officials. A proctor cannot be related to someone taking the exam or to a agriculture teacher at the school.
When do I have to identify the proctor?
You will need to identify the proctor when you register your team for the exam.
What do I have to do to get the proctor ready?
When you register your team, you will provide your proctor’s name and email address. A confirmation email along with the exam code will be immediately sent to the proctor. All you should do as the teacher is confirm that the proctor has received the code and have scheduled a time and location for the exam.
Can I take a sample exam?
What exactly does the proctor have to do on the day of the exam?
The proctor will need to “activate” the exam on each computer for each student. They will need their email address along with the exam code sent to them when the team was registered. After successfully activating each exam, the proctor will need to monitor the students so that there is no talking and no assistance provided from external websites, etc.
What time is the test?
The exam site will open at 7:00 AM and close at 7:00 PM. Your teams can take the exam at anytime during this time frame.
Do all of my students have to take the exam at the same time?
Yes, your entire team will need to take the exam at the same time.
Are students able to go back and forth within the test?
Yes, your students will be able to go back and forth between questions during the exam. It is highly encouraged that you and your students review the example test that is available on the Florida FFA Exam site.
Will my team members be taking the same test?
Yes, all of your students will see the same questions, but the questions will be randomized for each student taking an exam.
What information will my students need to provide on the day of the exam?
Students will be required to enter their name and chapter. Please be sure that your team members know which chapter they are from, e.g. Gainesville JUNIOR, SENIOR, or MIDDLE.
What materials may students have when taking the exam?
All general LDE guidelines apply during online exams including that participants will not be allowed to utilize personal electronic devices during the exam. Participants who access personal electronic devices without prior approval of the event officials will be disqualified.
What happens when technology fails?
In the case of a technology failure, you should contact Florida FFA immediately. If your student accidently closes their browser during the exam they may log back in on the same computer and the exam will start where the student left off.
What if I need to change my proctor?
Please contact Florida FFA immediately so that we can create and provide an exam code to your new proctor.