Step by-step--associating standards

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  • 1. Associate Standards For more information on training and professional development, please contact us at training@einstruction.com Associating Questions to Questions You can associate one or more specific standards to a question using the CPS™ Question Author. To associate specific standards to a question, follow these instructions. 1. Select Prepare > Lessons & Assessments. 2. Select the lesson you want to associate standards with. Then, from the question side of the window, double-click the question to be associated with a standard.
  • 2. Associate Standards For more information on training and professional development, please contact us at training@einstruction.com 3. The CPS - Question Author window appears. 4. In the Options group, click Question > Standards.
  • 3. Associate Standards For more information on training and professional development, please contact us at training@einstruction.com 5. The CPS - Question Standards window appears. 6. Click the box(es) beside the standard(s) you want to associate with this question. Click the plus sign next to listed CPS databases to see and select any child-level standards contained in those databases. 7. Click OK to save the association and return to the CPS Question Author. 8. In the Navigate group, click Save > Close to return to the Prepare > Lessons & Assessments tab.
  • 4. Associate Standards For more information on training and professional development, please contact us at training@einstruction.com The standards associated with a question will be visible on the question side (right side) of the Lessons & Assessments window. Associate Dynamic Standards to Questions The Dynamic Standards feature allows you to easily align state standards to your questions during a delivery session. This feature lets you choose a subset or a list of standards applicable to the lesson you are engaging. You can choose to be prompted with this subset before you ask each question, or you can automatically apply all the standards in your subset to all of the questions in the lesson you are engaging. To associate Dynamic Standards to your questions 1. Select Engage > Lessons & Assessments.
  • 5. Associate Standards For more information on training and professional development, please contact us at training@einstruction.com 2. From the lesson side (left or top window), click the box next to the lesson you want to engage. The Engage Options group appears. 3. From the Engage Options group, select Advanced. 4. The Advanced Engage Options window opens.
  • 6. Associate Standards For more information on training and professional development, please contact us at training@einstruction.com 5. Click the Dynamic Standards icon. 6. The Dynamic Standards Setup window opens to show all standards you have downloaded.
  • 7. Associate Standards For more information on training and professional development, please contact us at training@einstruction.com 7. Select each standard to be included in your subset. 8. Select or deselect the Prompt for Dynamic Standards and Automatically Align Selected Dynamic Standards options at the bottom of the window. a. Prompt for Dynamic Standards is the default setting. If you leave this option selected, the Dynamic Standards Setup window will open with each question you ask. This allows you to decide, upon delivering the questions, which standards to align with each question. This option is especially useful with the Verbal Question feature. b. If you choose Automatically Align Selected Dynamic Standards, CPS will automatically align the standards you define in your subset with each question in your session, and CPS will not prompt you with the Dynamic Standards Setup window. c. You may also leave both boxes unchecked. If unchecked, CPS will not prompt you with the Dynamic Standards Setup window, and CPS will not automatically align standards to your questions. If you de-select both boxes, you can still select a subset of standards and align those standards to your questions by clicking the dynamic standards button at any time. d. Note: If you currently have state standards aligned with your questions, you do not need to re-select them in the Dynamic Standards Setup window. The standards you choose in the Dynamic Standards Setup window will be aligned in addition to those you have predefined.
  • 8. Associate Standards For more information on training and professional development, please contact us at training@einstruction.com 9. Click OK to return to the Advanced Engage Options window. 10. Click OK to return to the Engage > Lessons & Assessments tab. Note: Dynamic standards can be set up at any time during a verbal question session by clicking the Dynamic Standards icon in the Verbal Questions Setup window. 11. In the Teach group, click Engage to start the lesson. If you chose to be prompted with dynamic standards, then the Dynamic Standards Alignment window will appear when you start your session. Choose your standards and click OK. 12. To add more standards, you can click Settings to access all standards in your Database. Select the additional standards then click OK.
  • 9. Associate Standards For more information on training and professional development, please contact us at training@einstruction.com 13. The additional standards will be added to the Dynamic Standards Alignment window for use throughout the lesson, if desired.