Bilingual Special Education
Faculty Training
1
Faculty Single Sign-On via
GWeb Info System
Click gweb info system
From the webpage my.gwu.edu
2
Enter in GWID and PIN
3
Enter Your Gweb User Login
Then click Login
Access the TaskStream link through the
Faculty Menu
4
Click on Faculty
Menu link
Faculty Menu Tab
5
Click the TaskStream Link
LAT by TaskStream
6
Click the LAT by
TaskStream link
LAT is individual program assessments
AMS is for school level assessment
Click Learning
Achievement Tools
7
Faculty “Evaluator” Home Page
8
To evaluate student work, click the
BilSPED DRF link to search for
individual or search by...
View and Evaluate by DRF
Program
9
Search by First/Last name
for individual to evaluate
Or Search for multiple
people by s...
Select all or specific assessments to
evaluate student work
10
Select the DRF area you wish to
evaluate by checking off th...
Evaluate Assessments
The grid below displays the categories, requirements, and statuses for each author that you are able ...
Evaluate/Score Work
12
To access student work and
rubric, click the
Evaluate/Score Work button
To evaluate later, click th...
Split Screen of Author Work &
Rubric
13
14
Scoring the
Rubric
After scoring all of the
sections, choose one of the three
options from the bottom of the
rubric.
Th...
Exporting a Rubric
To export rubric
to Microsoft
Word, click
Export to Word.
A new window
with the rubric
will open.
15
QuickScore
An optional method for faculty to simultaneously evaluate submitted
work items for multiple authors within a ca...
Selecting QuickScore Method
Click on QuickScore
17
Select number of authors to evaluate
Select “All evaluations” to view student rubrics
simultaneously and enter data
18
A rubric for each student will be displayed on the screen
A rubric will appear for each student in the
course section you ...
To save the data entered for the
class/group …
You can save an
individuals score by
clicking Save.
You can save multiple s...
Thank you!
For additional assistance, feel free to contact:
TaskStream’s Mentoring Services department by calling 1-800-31...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Bil sped instructor training 2013 update

238
-1

Published on

Published in: Technology, Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
238
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Bil sped instructor training 2013 update

  1. 1. Bilingual Special Education Faculty Training 1
  2. 2. Faculty Single Sign-On via GWeb Info System Click gweb info system From the webpage my.gwu.edu 2
  3. 3. Enter in GWID and PIN 3 Enter Your Gweb User Login Then click Login
  4. 4. Access the TaskStream link through the Faculty Menu 4 Click on Faculty Menu link
  5. 5. Faculty Menu Tab 5 Click the TaskStream Link
  6. 6. LAT by TaskStream 6 Click the LAT by TaskStream link
  7. 7. LAT is individual program assessments AMS is for school level assessment Click Learning Achievement Tools 7
  8. 8. Faculty “Evaluator” Home Page 8 To evaluate student work, click the BilSPED DRF link to search for individual or search by groups
  9. 9. View and Evaluate by DRF Program 9 Search by First/Last name for individual to evaluate Or Search for multiple people by selecting a group from the drop down menu
  10. 10. Select all or specific assessments to evaluate student work 10 Select the DRF area you wish to evaluate by checking off the box to the right of the assessment. Then click Continue.
  11. 11. Evaluate Assessments The grid below displays the categories, requirements, and statuses for each author that you are able to evaluate. NOTE: The grid will only display items based on the search criteria previously selected. 11 Click the Evaluate button to access the work that has been submitted
  12. 12. Evaluate/Score Work 12 To access student work and rubric, click the Evaluate/Score Work button To evaluate later, click the Cancel – Evaluate Later button If you need to immediately unlock the author’s work without evaluating it, click the Send Back to Author button
  13. 13. Split Screen of Author Work & Rubric 13
  14. 14. 14 Scoring the Rubric After scoring all of the sections, choose one of the three options from the bottom of the rubric. Then click Submit Evaluation Now button For each Rubric Criterion, enter appropriate 3-2-1 score The rubrics are not numerically scored so evaluators must select whether student Meets/Does not Meet Requirements
  15. 15. Exporting a Rubric To export rubric to Microsoft Word, click Export to Word. A new window with the rubric will open. 15
  16. 16. QuickScore An optional method for faculty to simultaneously evaluate submitted work items for multiple authors within a category or requirement of a single program. The following slides provide a step by step process of entering assessment data using the QuickScore method. 16 *** DISCLAIMERS *** The maximum number of evaluations that can be simultaneously scored in one QuickScore form is 20 & The maximum number of rubric items for QuickScore is 30
  17. 17. Selecting QuickScore Method Click on QuickScore 17
  18. 18. Select number of authors to evaluate Select “All evaluations” to view student rubrics simultaneously and enter data 18
  19. 19. A rubric for each student will be displayed on the screen A rubric will appear for each student in the course section you selected. Student names are displayed in the grey separating bar. 19
  20. 20. To save the data entered for the class/group … You can save an individuals score by clicking Save. You can save multiple scores by clicking Save Draft at the bottom of the evaluation form. 20 Once all the data is entered click on the green “Record as final score” button at the end of the form (to submit data entered for the entire group/class).
  21. 21. Thank you! For additional assistance, feel free to contact: TaskStream’s Mentoring Services department by calling 1-800-311- 5656 or email help@taskstream.com Or the GSEHD TaskStream Administrators, Leslie J. Ward, Ed.D., and Ellen Wanjiru by calling 202-994-0359 or emailing oppats@gwu.edu 21
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×