Classroom Diagnostic Tool      WHSD Math Dept.       November 2011
What is it?•   Multiple choice diagnostic test•   Given online•   Identifies areas of weakness/strength•   Links to resour...
Computer Adaptive Tests• The tool tries to “find” your students.• Subsequent questions are based on  previous answers unti...
How does it work?                               Links toIdentifies     Returns                            appropriate area...
Tests Available•   Mathematics•   Algebra I•   Geometry•   Algebra II
When is it taken?• There is no specific testing window.• Can be administered and re-administered  as needed.• Recommendati...
How long does the test take?• 20 minutes: Online Tools Training• 9-15 minutes: Test Tutorial• 50-75 minutes: Test
When do I get the scores?• Immediately upon completion.• Scores range from 400-2000.• Three types of reports are available.
Group Diagnostic Map              Dot: Individual student score              Green/Blue: Areas of Strength                ...
Moving Into Remediation                 Drag your mouse around a                 group of dots in one                 colu...
Anchors Display
Link To SAS Portal                Lessons and resources                for remediation.                Still being constru...
Student Diagnostic Map              Shows 3 most recent assessments.              The bands refer to standard error,      ...
Learning Progressions               A visual of how learning               may typically move toward               increas...
Other Formats• Below the maps, data is listed in table  format.• All data can be exported as a pdf (image)  or csv table.
Getting StartedAccount and demo information will be provided at your workshop.
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Classroom Diagnostic Tool

  1. 1. Classroom Diagnostic Tool WHSD Math Dept. November 2011
  2. 2. What is it?• Multiple choice diagnostic test• Given online• Identifies areas of weakness/strength• Links to resources for remediation• Geared for 6-12th graders
  3. 3. Computer Adaptive Tests• The tool tries to “find” your students.• Subsequent questions are based on previous answers until levels are reached.• Timing differs for each student.
  4. 4. How does it work? Links toIdentifies Returns appropriate areas of reports remediation need. immediately. resources.
  5. 5. Tests Available• Mathematics• Algebra I• Geometry• Algebra II
  6. 6. When is it taken?• There is no specific testing window.• Can be administered and re-administered as needed.• Recommendation is 6+ weeks between assessments.
  7. 7. How long does the test take?• 20 minutes: Online Tools Training• 9-15 minutes: Test Tutorial• 50-75 minutes: Test
  8. 8. When do I get the scores?• Immediately upon completion.• Scores range from 400-2000.• Three types of reports are available.
  9. 9. Group Diagnostic Map Dot: Individual student score Green/Blue: Areas of Strength Red: Areas of Need
  10. 10. Moving Into Remediation Drag your mouse around a group of dots in one column. Click “Show Eligible Content”
  11. 11. Anchors Display
  12. 12. Link To SAS Portal Lessons and resources for remediation. Still being constructed.
  13. 13. Student Diagnostic Map Shows 3 most recent assessments. The bands refer to standard error, the range used when comparing scores. Click each dot to view anchors.
  14. 14. Learning Progressions A visual of how learning may typically move toward increased understanding over time. Green: Given at least 1 test item that was successful. Red: Given at least 1 test item that was unsuccessful. Gray: No test items given.
  15. 15. Other Formats• Below the maps, data is listed in table format.• All data can be exported as a pdf (image) or csv table.
  16. 16. Getting StartedAccount and demo information will be provided at your workshop.
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