Home Base IIS
Schoolnet Classrooms
Introduction
Trainer Name
Learning Goals
At the end of this workshop, you will be familiar with the
following:

•Logging in and basic navigation of ...
Logging into Home Base

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PowerTeacher – Opening the IIS

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Student Data on the Home Page

- Reflects current students
- Select desired class
- View roster and recent
test results
What information is available about each
student?
Try It Out
Practice

•Find a student
•Create a PDF of the profile
•If available, compare classroom grade and test
scores f...
Teacher Dashboard
Which standards are difficult?
Use Standards Mastery Reports
Which items are difficult for students?
Use Benchmark Item Analysis
Skills Analysis
• View percent correct by skill at any level of the
standards hierarchy

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View for one test or click Yea...
Standards Mastery: Standardized Test Report
Discussion
Try It Out
Practice

•Access each type of report

- Change view by options

Discussion

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How can report data impact ...
Student List and Printing
Group Students for Differentiation
Create student groups based on assessment results
or other criteria and view the data i...
Student Analysis Spreadsheet

How are my students performing across multiple data points?
Try It Out
Practice

•Batch print profiles
•View a spreadsheet
•Sort a column
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
What materials are available to support
instruction?
Standards Search

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Search for standards that contain a keyword
Locate all materials aligned to a standard
Schedule...
My Materials
A combination of the materials that you created
and those you saved from a materials search
Try it Out
Practice

•Locate a lesson and a resource and save to My
Materials

Check for understanding

•What are two ways...
Create a Resource/Lesson

You can only use one
format for each lesson
Attach Resources to a Lesson
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Attach support materials to lessons
Use the same resource for multiple lessons
Lesson Plan: Available Actions
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Recommend

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Submit for approval

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Edit and copy

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View related materials

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Build...
Try It Out
Practice

•Create a resource (for students)
•Create a lesson with the above resource
attached

•Edit a lesson
Submit for Approval
• Share materials with
other teachers
Approval Process
Designated administrators can approve materials
or request revisions. Approved materials are
available to...
Schedule on the Lesson Planner

• Drag and drop functionality
• Viewable by principal
• Personal and section views
availab...
Rename Sections
Try It Out
Practice

•Schedule a lesson and event on your planner
•Rename sections if helpful/time
•Add a note to one day
...
Assign Resources to Students
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Any resource tagged for students that has
content can be assigned to a section

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Only te...
Key Performance Indicators
Practice Scenarios
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Which students have perfect attendance so far this year?

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Do you see improvement from one tes...
Next Steps
• Wrap Up Classrooms - Lunch
What is Assessment Admin?
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Assessment Admin is used to build tests and monitor
the collection of results

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Reporting o...
Testing Administration Overview
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Create tests
and test
scoring
key

2
Print answer
sheets and
booklets, or
usernames

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T...
LOCATE AND CREATE ITEMS

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Create Test Content (items)
Create items separately or as part of a test

TEST
TEST
CENTRAL
CENTRAL

Select items from
Sel...
Locate Items, Passages, and Rubrics
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Filter by subject, grade, standard and more
Create Items – Multiple Types Available
• Multiple choice
• True/false
• Gridded
• Open response (can attach a rubric – if...
Insert Images
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Do not paste in image – must insert as a file

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Resize images before adding

For peak online te...
Equation Editor
• Open the Equation Editor from the text editor
• Link to additional equations and syntax to change font s...
Math Manipulatives
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Interactive manipulatives for online testing
(ruler, protractor, compass)
Item Visibility Options

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Try It: Create Items
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Create one item of each type
Discuss pros and cons of each
Create a Passage for Multiple Items
Rubric for Open Response Items
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Single or multidimensional rubrics
Submit and Approval Process
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Any user can submit an item, passage or rubric
to be shared

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Users who are permissioned ...
CREATE AND SCHEDULE A TEST

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Two Kinds of Tests
Benchmark

Classroom

•Results appear in School &

•Results only appear in

•Tests created at the distr...
Ways to Create a Test
• Express test
• Manual test
Express Test Method
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Select the standards to include and the number
of items for each
Manual Method
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Add your own questions or use existing items
Try It Out: Create a Test
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Create a test with the items you created
Add additional items from the item bank
Modify the s...
Where is My Test? Two Dashboard Versions
Test Schedule Dates
Online Test Options
Share Assessments with Gradebook

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Assign Test
ADMINISTER A TEST

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Ways to Administer a Test
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Online (including iPad)
Student Response Systems (clickers)*
Paper
Other (bulk upload r...
Printing
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Options available on test detail page

Discuss who will print:

- Test booklet
- Answer sheets
- Answer key
- ...
Proctor Dashboard: Monitor an Online Test

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Graphic representation of the
portion of the class that is
complete

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Link...
Student Online Test Experience
• Make sure computers are ready for testing
• Student logs in and enters online passcode

7...
Student Online Test Experience
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Explain test taking strategies to students
Scoring Options
• Updating Scanned Results with Open-Ended Score:

Teachers grade student responses to open-ended items in...
Scanning: ScanIt Application
Where are the Results?
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Classroom and School & District Data
Available support materials
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Additional Home Base questions – NCDPI PD leads -have been
through Certification training a...
Next Steps
• Wrap up
• Questions and answers
• Evaluation -
Don’t Forget!!
Navigate to the survey
and tell us what you think!
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  • Today the focus will be on the Classrooms tab.
  • Taking attendance - Chair must not be greyed out. If it is greyed out the class is not in session
  • Single day attendance
    Student – alerts – medical, guardian, discipline, etc.
  • For any more training information regarding Power School please contact your NC Wise Coordinator or visit PowerSource
  • - Have participants log in now
    - Show My Classroom section picker – this is the ‘student set’
    - Show roster
    - Show Classroom Assessment Monitor – if no benchmark available, defaults to standardized test – most recent - teachers typically see this web part, frequently turned off for administrators
  • Note- Schoolnet is like a shell all information is being pulled from PowerSchool.
    Anywhere you see a student name in blue text, such as on a report, you can click it to access the student profile. The Student Profile page is similar to an online cumulative folder. Teachers have a roster in the Schoolnet home page and in the Classrooms module that links to each profile.
    Show how to link to the student profile from the name in a roster or the Classroom Assessment Monitor. Also show the Find a Student (type-ahead) search field—search using first name last name or student ID
    Anywhere you see a student name in blue text, such as on a report, you can click it to access the student profile. The Student Profile page is similar to an online cumulative folder. Teachers have a roster in the Schoolnet home page and in the Classrooms module that links to each profile.
    Building block of all reports
    Demonstrate and discuss the available information on each tab of the Student Profile page
    Show PDF link (do batch print later)
  • Show how to pick a section, and the navigation options available
    Explain course vs. section – in Classrooms can look at 2 sections of same course together
    Show how to get here from sub-navigation
    Talk about teacher drop-down menu for principals
    Point out link to curriculum and past year sections, if applicable
    Classrooms and benchmarks dashboards work the same way—difference between two categories
    Expand a test—the best way to navigate to reports—these are the same links we saw on the Classroom Assessment Monitor
  • In this classroom report, results are grouped by standard; it shows how many students are in each score group per standard
    Materials and standards coverage
    Drill in to see names
    Try it out
    Discuss Times Taught and Times Assessed
    Will parse out results from open response items associated with multi-dimensional rubric
    Standards and Materials may be scheduled directly to the Lesson Planner from this screen—try it later
  • This report is available both at the school and classroom level. In this classroom example, the teacher can see not only which questions struggled with, but also see the most popular wrong answers
    Go to benchmark/classroom dashboard (or My Schoolnet) to get to item analysis
    Views – Low performing option, Current vs. total enrollment
    Section wide comparison
    Click on item - sometimes content not available
    Generate PDF to view printable view
    Practice – have participants identify a question that many students missed and speculate on reasons why
  • Year-To-Date option
    Switching levels—names may vary
    V15 note – multi-dimensional rubrics
  • It works the same way for standardized tests
    Can drill down to skill level IF score group results are available
  • Look at groups, marks, latest benchmarks
    Quick access to profiles
    Use to batch print profiles—demonstrate
    Birthday feature
  • Discuss a student group from the Item Analysis report or Standards Mastery report
    Only you can see your student groups
    Make notes regarding student instruction or progress
    Determine appropriate instructional strategies
    Differentiate instruction based on student needs
    View in the analysis spreadsheet
    Edit membership
    Comments
    Print list
  • Should have at least one pre-made column set available; you can also add your own columns
    By default, student set is the selected section – can override with student group
    If available, show running existing and editing
    Otherwise, start with creating
    Maximum of 25 columns
    Can export to Excel
  • Trainer–be familiar with what is available for audience
    Discuss how materials get in bank—source—NCLOR (North Carolina Learning Object Repository) Instructional Materials will be provided by the state (currently approx 7000 loaded)
    Explain suggested materials, if implemented
    Just click Search to see all available filters or browse available materials
    Search by subject, grade, keyword, standard, material type, and more
    Demonstrate external materials, if available, and explain differences – External Resources an be saved to My Materials but not edited.
    Demonstrate how to search and save to My Materials
    Sorting
  • Not only can you search for materials, but you can also search for standards and see what materials are available per standard
    Be sure to point out that you can only search for one level of the standards hierarchy at a time. Select which level in the bottom left.
    Use this screen to discuss the different material types—point to icons and discuss
  • This stays from one school year to the next.
    Filtering works the same way as in the Materials Bank
  • In the lesson template, enter the information identified by the required fields, marked with an asterisks (*)
    Include the duration (recommended because of the impacts on the planner)
    Align to standards. which can be from other grades and subjects
    Create content for each template type—but don’t switch
    If usign the district template, any attachments must be added as a linked resource later
    In the lesson template, enter the information identified by the required fields, marked with an asterisks
    If your lesson already exists in another document, you can simply copy and paste text into this template
    Any attachments must be added as a linked resource
  • Instructional units – Attached lesson plans, resources, and assessments
    Lesson plans – Attach resources and assessments
    This is the only way to add an attachment when using the district template
    Can pull from bank, My Materials, or create on the fly—new resources become separate material
    Show organizers in next tab
    Show how to view detail to exit and return to lesson through My Materials
  • Actions will vary according to your role and the source of the material
    We’ll discuss the submission process in a moment
    You can:
    Recommend an instructional material (similar to a “Like” on Facebook)
    View Related Materials – Will display any material that is aligned to the same standards
    Express test – create a pre- or post quiz using items aligned to the same standards
  • Submit to School then District the State. If none, discuss all possible options. Reference QRC.
    Once you submit a lesson:
    The lesson goes first to a school approver
    If approved, it is available to other teachers at your school and can be submitted to the district
    When approved at the district level, it is available district-wide
    If approved, it is available to all Teachers in your District and can be submitted to the State
    When approved at the State level, it is available State-wide
    It can’t be edited once approved, but you can make editable copies
  • Designated users have a link to approve materials. There is an approval alert web part that can be added to My Schoolnet.
  • Benefit – keep track of standards coverage (reference Standards Mastery report)
    Show views, scheduling events
    Copying, extending length
    Add note, attachment
    Printing options
    Discuss how principals can view (read only access)
  • If you can’t tell multiple sections of the same course apart, you can rename them.
    If time demonstrate otherwise just talk to it
  • If needed, can copy some existing resources and edit the local copy to be tagged for students so they can be assigned.
  • If time permits, give a preview of School & District Data
  • Use for individual or group practice. Tell participants to adjust scenarios to make them more meaningful, if desired.
  • This is the focus of this afternoon’s training
  • This is the workflow…. Note that #5 happens in School & District Data and Classrooms.
    Online testing, Clickers, Scanning, Traditional Paper and Pencil
  • <KEEP SLIDE ANIMATION>
    In Assessment Admin, test items can be created in two different ways. NCDPI have loaded approx 22,000 items (ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies a bank of items to start with.
    <CLICK and TALK THROUGH FIRST WORKFLOW – TEST CENTRAL to ITEM CENTRAL>
    <CLICK and TALK THROUGH SECOND WORKLOW – ITEM CENTRAL, THEN PULLED INTO A TEST>
  • ‘Layer’ filters to locate desired items, such as by keyword, grade and subject
    Advanced search options
    This is why you want to add meta data to items
    Give participants time to see what is available for the subjects and grades they teach
  • If items aren’t available for your needs, easy to build new items
    Refer back to quiz if taken
    All types supported by paper and online, some on clickers
    Demonstrate basic multiple choice with preview
    Note that alerts don’t refresh until page does – can ignore unless you need to submit – preview make completed alerts go away
  • Demo site is having issues so talk to it but do not do
    Size limitation – will let you know if too big
    Resize before pasting in
  • Can put text in window
  • Coming in V15
    Something else for math teachers…
    Interactive manipulatives can be made available to students for online testing (ruler, protractor, compass)
     Manipulatives are enabled on a test by test basis
     Images in the test tunnels and printed test booklets will no longer be scaled down, this ensures image measurements remain as intended
     Each manipulative has its own button which will launch the tool
     NOTE: Due to a Safari 5 defect we are unable to support manipulatives on this browser, Mac users can use Safari 6 or Google Chrome
    Reference QRC
  • Users permissioned to create items for other users will see this screen when they save an item and have the option to choose who else will be able to see the item.
    Discuss use case for each
  • Suggest sticking with one grade and subject – invite participants to try out the features that apply to their classes (math equations, reading passages…)
    Discuss
    Demo best practices – use sample text doc to copy and paste
  • Discuss potential uses – Social studies adding Maps and Pictures, Math – Graphs and charts, ELA reading passages.
    Create with first item, when you create additional items link the new passage to them
    Add subject and grade, type
    Orientation – can change later
    Save or add new item
    Passage orientation is for online testing only
  • Contrast to scoring instructions – if you have multiple items for same rubric, worth building a rubric
    Will replace standard on item
    Lowest level first
    Can define a 0 level
    Reference QRC
  • Items will be submitted to school. Approved by nominated Approver. – Reference QRCs
  • In Assessment Admin, we can create two kinds of tests. Benchmark is a generic term that covers all interim assessments not loaded as standardized tests – might call them progress checks, baselines, minis, etc. Tests can be made required or optional for teachers.
  • Express test (With or without existing items), add passages manually
    Manual test – either from within item central or start new
    naming conventions
    Test categories – review
    If teachers have access to create common classroom, they also have school benchmark category – be sure to pick appropriately
    All multiple choice options
    Explain AKO option
    Score type
    Customization options on test: Numbering, cut scores, attach resources
  • How differs
    No passages
    Ok if no items
    Tip – request more than you need so you came pick the best options
  • Screen varies for teachers with no extra permissions
    Use to locate tests
    Point out recently viewed test drop-down
  • When entering dates, take the following into consideration:
    The dates must be within the current school year
    You can scan paper tests any time after the start date, even beyond the end date
    Online tests can be administered any time within the window, and even after if the window restriction option is not selected
    Remember, students can’t actually take the test until they are provided with the online passcode.
    The score date is the recommended date for the test proctor to complete and score open response items and scan test results
    Unless granted additional permissions, teachers do not have access to test content until the start date; however, they can print answer sheets once the test is scheduled
    Benchmark assessments created at the highest level institution are used to calculate Key Performance Indicators in the School and District Data module
    If benchmark KPIs are enabled, and if there are multiple tests assigned to the same grade level and subject, you may wish to consider coordinating the start date within the same window.For example, if 10th-grade students may take either a geometry or an algebra assessment in October, enter the same start date for each to include both tests in the calculation.
  • Schoolnet Secure Tester is not being used in the State of North Carolina
    North Carolina will have an option to share the test with their gradebook.
    Students use the passcode to access the test online. The code must be unique site-wide for each test.
    Scramble questions -Do not use this option if your test has multiple passages with multiple linked questions. This feature could hinder students by forcing them to answer multiple questions on the same passage out of order.
    Limit student test access to approved internet addresses is not being used in the State of North Carolina
  • Teachers can share assessments with PowerTeacher Gradebook when creating a test or after the test has been scheduled. Sharing tests with the Gradebook allows test details and student scores to automatically be added to the Gradebook upon saving, preventing information from being entered twice. Share Assessments with PowerSchool
  • Teachers can accept quick assignment (based on subject and grade level), choose specific sections or pick students
    Test admins can assign or recommend by course:
    Assign - teachers are required to administer the test
    Recommend to teachers – Select to recommend this test to students based on their course enrollment; teachers may assign the test to students, but are not required to do so
    Recommend to schools – Select to recommend this test to adminstrators who may assign the test to a teacher or section. Use the option to recommend to schools when you do not have sufficient knowledge of the courses at each school to assign the tests to courses. Will need to set up a test admin at the school
  • Which will you use
    Advantages and barriers for each
    Strategies – stations, rotating labs
    *supported models only
  • Will you print district tests centrally or at each school or classroom?
  • Don’t use username/password links here (or in Assessment Admin) if students log in thru powerschool or another portal
  • Reference QRC
  • Point out highlighting, hide, flag, manipulatives if applicable, test summary, timer
    Teachers can experience via test preview
  • Upload file is useful for results from 3rd party tests, such as clickers
  • Answer sheets must be scanned on a scanner attached to a computer installed with ScanIt
  • Point out My Schoolnet link is the ‘I’m lost, reset button
    What’s new
    Any custom links to materials
    Online help
    Knowledgebase in PowerSource – Mastery in Mins, Courses and documentation i.e. QRC’s
    DL if applicable
  • Home base sn ppt t4 t

    1. 1. Home Base IIS Schoolnet Classrooms Introduction Trainer Name
    2. 2. Learning Goals At the end of this workshop, you will be familiar with the following: •Logging in and basic navigation of Home Base •Tracking the instructional progress of classes and students by standard and using diagnostic assessment data from multiple sources to analyze students achievement •Locating available instructional materials •Creating lesson plans and scheduling on a planner •Strategies for turnaround training
    3. 3. Logging into Home Base tion, Inc. or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 4
    4. 4. PowerTeacher – Opening the IIS tion, Inc. or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 9
    5. 5. Student Data on the Home Page - Reflects current students - Select desired class - View roster and recent test results
    6. 6. What information is available about each student?
    7. 7. Try It Out Practice •Find a student •Create a PDF of the profile •If available, compare classroom grade and test scores for a subject Check for Understanding •What are two ways to get to a student profile? •What kinds of data are available?
    8. 8. Teacher Dashboard
    9. 9. Which standards are difficult? Use Standards Mastery Reports
    10. 10. Which items are difficult for students? Use Benchmark Item Analysis
    11. 11. Skills Analysis • View percent correct by skill at any level of the standards hierarchy • View for one test or click Year-To-Date
    12. 12. Standards Mastery: Standardized Test Report
    13. 13. Discussion
    14. 14. Try It Out Practice •Access each type of report - Change view by options Discussion • • • How can report data impact instruction? What is the purpose of each report? What kinds of questions could each report answer?
    15. 15. Student List and Printing
    16. 16. Group Students for Differentiation Create student groups based on assessment results or other criteria and view the data in a spreadsheet
    17. 17. Student Analysis Spreadsheet How are my students performing across multiple data points?
    18. 18. Try It Out Practice •Batch print profiles •View a spreadsheet •Sort a column
    19. 19. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
    20. 20. What materials are available to support instruction?
    21. 21. Standards Search • • • • Search for standards that contain a keyword Locate all materials aligned to a standard Schedule standards on the lesson planner Be sure to search appropriate level of the standards hierarchy
    22. 22. My Materials A combination of the materials that you created and those you saved from a materials search
    23. 23. Try it Out Practice •Locate a lesson and a resource and save to My Materials Check for understanding •What are two ways a material gets into My Materials? •What materials are available for the subjects you teach?
    24. 24. Create a Resource/Lesson You can only use one format for each lesson
    25. 25. Attach Resources to a Lesson • • Attach support materials to lessons Use the same resource for multiple lessons
    26. 26. Lesson Plan: Available Actions • Recommend • Submit for approval • Edit and copy • View related materials • Build an express test • Save locally or print • Schedule to your lesson planner
    27. 27. Try It Out Practice •Create a resource (for students) •Create a lesson with the above resource attached •Edit a lesson
    28. 28. Submit for Approval • Share materials with other teachers
    29. 29. Approval Process Designated administrators can approve materials or request revisions. Approved materials are available to other teachers.
    30. 30. Schedule on the Lesson Planner • Drag and drop functionality • Viewable by principal • Personal and section views available
    31. 31. Rename Sections
    32. 32. Try It Out Practice •Schedule a lesson and event on your planner •Rename sections if helpful/time •Add a note to one day Check for Understanding •Who can see your planner? •Who can add to your planner?
    33. 33. Assign Resources to Students • Any resource tagged for students that has content can be assigned to a section • Only teachers can assign resources
    34. 34. Key Performance Indicators
    35. 35. Practice Scenarios • • Which students have perfect attendance so far this year? • • Do you see improvement from one test to the next? • Which benchmark question did your students do collectively better or worse than the district as a whole? • • • Which students are in an LEP (or ELL/ESL) program? On what standard/skill is your class doing the best? The worst? What instructional materials are available to help students with the skills they are having trouble mastering? Which students perform well in math, but not reading? Looking at the data, do you think that benchmark scores are good predictors of standardized test results?
    36. 36. Next Steps • Wrap Up Classrooms - Lunch
    37. 37. What is Assessment Admin? • Assessment Admin is used to build tests and monitor the collection of results • Reporting on the actual student responses is done in the Classrooms and School & District Data modules 42
    38. 38. Testing Administration Overview 1 Create tests and test scoring key 2 Print answer sheets and booklets, or usernames 3 Tests administered to students 5 4 Results scanned or collected online Performance data available online for analysis 43
    39. 39. LOCATE AND CREATE ITEMS 44
    40. 40. Create Test Content (items) Create items separately or as part of a test TEST TEST CENTRAL CENTRAL Select items from Select items from Item Central Item Central ITEM ITEM CENTRAL CENTRAL Set up test Set up test Create items Create items within test within test Add items to Add items to Item Central Item Central Create Create items items 45
    41. 41. Locate Items, Passages, and Rubrics • Filter by subject, grade, standard and more
    42. 42. Create Items – Multiple Types Available • Multiple choice • True/false • Gridded • Open response (can attach a rubric – if time) • Inline response* • Matching* Any item type may be attached to a passage
    43. 43. Insert Images • • Do not paste in image – must insert as a file • • • • Resize images before adding For peak online test performance, use sizes below 250KB Supported file formats: png, jpg, or gif Not suggested for passages of text Be sure to preview the item
    44. 44. Equation Editor • Open the Equation Editor from the text editor • Link to additional equations and syntax to change font size
    45. 45. Math Manipulatives • 50 Interactive manipulatives for online testing (ruler, protractor, compass)
    46. 46. Item Visibility Options 51
    47. 47. Try It: Create Items • • Create one item of each type Discuss pros and cons of each
    48. 48. Create a Passage for Multiple Items
    49. 49. Rubric for Open Response Items • 54 Single or multidimensional rubrics
    50. 50. Submit and Approval Process • Any user can submit an item, passage or rubric to be shared • Users who are permissioned to do so can approve content at their default institution • Once approved, content is no longer editable by the submitter
    51. 51. CREATE AND SCHEDULE A TEST 56
    52. 52. Two Kinds of Tests Benchmark Classroom •Results appear in School & •Results only appear in •Tests created at the district or •Tests created for the purpose of District Data and Classrooms school level for the purpose of institution-wide data collection •Only highest level category used for KPI calculations Classrooms classroom use •Can be teacher-created or selected from a pool of premade tests •My Classroom or Common Classroom categories available
    53. 53. Ways to Create a Test • Express test • Manual test
    54. 54. Express Test Method • 59 Select the standards to include and the number of items for each
    55. 55. Manual Method • 60 Add your own questions or use existing items
    56. 56. Try It Out: Create a Test - Create a test with the items you created Add additional items from the item bank Modify the score group or item numbering itle runs here l 00/00/00 61
    57. 57. Where is My Test? Two Dashboard Versions
    58. 58. Test Schedule Dates
    59. 59. Online Test Options
    60. 60. Share Assessments with Gradebook itle runs here l 00/00/00 65
    61. 61. Assign Test
    62. 62. ADMINISTER A TEST 67
    63. 63. Ways to Administer a Test • • • • Online (including iPad) Student Response Systems (clickers)* Paper Other (bulk upload results)
    64. 64. Printing • Options available on test detail page Discuss who will print: - Test booklet - Answer sheets - Answer key - Scoring instructions 69
    65. 65. Proctor Dashboard: Monitor an Online Test • Graphic representation of the portion of the class that is complete • Links to individual student score, answer sheets and PDF test booklet
    66. 66. Student Online Test Experience • Make sure computers are ready for testing • Student logs in and enters online passcode 71
    67. 67. Student Online Test Experience • 72 Explain test taking strategies to students
    68. 68. Scoring Options • Updating Scanned Results with Open-Ended Score: Teachers grade student responses to open-ended items in Assessment Admin • Online Scoring only (no-scanner approach): Teachers enter student scores directly in Assessment Admin – for schools with no scanners or for oral tests • Damaged scan sheets: Authorized individuals search for students by ID or name and manually enter student scores • Upload File: Upload a spreadsheet of responses
    69. 69. Scanning: ScanIt Application
    70. 70. Where are the Results? • 75 Classroom and School & District Data
    71. 71. Available support materials - Additional Home Base questions – NCDPI PD leads -have been through Certification training and can help with implementation - PowerSchool info provided by NC WISE coordinator - 76 PowerSource documents and Distance Learning available they were already provided access. All LEAs will receive training logins for turnaround training Mid July Home Base IIS training materials available within Home Base IIS – Search under materials for Home Base IIS
    72. 72. Next Steps • Wrap up • Questions and answers • Evaluation -
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