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  1. 1. eValuateTM Assessment that drives instruction and student success eValuate is Edisonlearning’s online formative assessment system that combines monthly benchmark assessments aligned to individual state standards with rich and easy-to-use reporting and analysis tools. Superior professional development and on-site support in analyzing data effectively make eValuate an invaluable tool to driving instruction that increases student achievement. The Expertise of Edisonlearning Outstanding Professional Development With eValuate, you get the expertise of EdisonLearning’s Assessments and reporting tools are just part of the over 15 years of experience in creating formative power of eValuate. Professional development and support assessments, with 10 years as a true innovator in accompany eValuate, including: administering online assessments. Millions of assessments • Online videos, available on-demand, for on-going have been taken, scored and analyzed through eValuate. support in using eValuate effectively Students, teachers and principals/administrators all benefit from eValuate. • On-site EdisonLearning teams that help to ensure a successful implementation Powerful Reporting Options Monthly benchmark assessments in math and reading • Job-embedded learning that occurs as educators engage in daily analysis of eValuate data are easily administered online with automatic scoring. Assessments are not only aligned to state standards, • EdisonLearning’s research and assessment teams but also reflect the focus of each state’s high stakes test. available to provide support in understanding the data and making it actionable Various reports are accessible instantaneously through eValuate. • Reports are available at the school, grade, class, section or student levels, with breakdowns by subject, strand, skill and question. • Monthly and longitudinal report views are available. • Reporting options allow for groupings by gender, ethnicity and other socio-economic factors, such Free and Reduced Lunch students. • Custom reports can also be created by district or school specific groups, such as afterschool programs, reading groups, etc. “eValuate has been invaluable to us for tracking achievement toward end-of-year state tests. When we talk to teachers about setting monthly goals, eValuate provides a great tool to help monitor student progress and drive effective instruction that will help teachers meet those goals.” - amy Jackson, Principal J Helen Thackston Middle School York City School District, PA
  2. 2. Students, teachers, principals and administrators all benefit from eValuate™. Student View Teacher View eValuate is designed for students to actively engage in their Teachers get a quick, reliable view on how their class is own learning. Students starting in Grade 2 log into the progressing toward mastery of state standards. A wide variety system to take assessments online each month in reading of reports allow teachers to know how their students are and math. They easily see last month’s results and how their performing at a strand/skill level and understand how they performance has changed this month. are progressing over time. Student Name: Doe, Amanda School Name: John Smith Elementary School Teacher Name: Mrs. Davis Student Name: Doe, Amanda School Name: John Smith Elementary School Teacher Name: Mrs. Davis My Assessments APR - Math - Grade 3 Average Score Participation Last Month’s Results Math - APR Status: You are finished. Review Score: 84.0% 100 - Current Month 100 - 95% 75 - 84% 80% 96% 75 - Reading - APR Finish 50 - Participation Status: You have questions to finish 50 - 0% 25 - Score Improvement 25 - 0- Math Reading 0- SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR Change Over Time Student Name: Doe, Amanda School Name: John Smith Elementary School Teacher Name: Mrs. Davis View Math +4% Reading – This story takes IL v2-Reading-Grade 4, APR 2009-2010 place – | at Tulip’s school APR - Reading - Grade 3 and home Average Score Participation | on the school playground | in the school library Current Month | at Tulip’s home and 100 - at the store 85% 96% 75 - Participation 50 - +5% Score Improvement 25 - 0- SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR View 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 After each assessment, students can easily track their monthly Teachers can look at how individual students are performing progress, look at individual questions to determine correct each month by question, then get a summarized class look. answers and review questions to see where they need extra They can perform distractor analysis to understand what help, using this information to set learning goal for themselves. concepts are clear to students and what areas might require further instruction. Student Name: Doe, Amanda School Name: John Smith Elementary School Teacher Name: Mrs. Davis Student Name: Doe, Amanda School Name: John Smith Elementary School Teacher Name: Mrs. Davis Performance by Question: FEB (Grade 4 Reading) Student: Amanda Doe Class Performance by Question: SEP (Grade 3 Reading) This report lets you see how you’ve been doing on specific questions in the benchmark assessments The report below provides a detailed breakdown of your schools progress on benchmarks at the question level, allowing you to perform item analyses to diagnose issues. Student Report 100 - Library Elements Reading Reading 90 - 95% School Reports Techniques Comprehension Strategies 85% 80 - Year-to-date-progress 80% Year-to-date- Percent 70 - 70% 70% progress by class Student 4 5 6 7 4 5 1 7 10 14 16 Correct 60 - Performance by Question Performance by Question Kim Bryant - - - - - - - - - - - - Performance by 50 - Question 40 - 50% Year-to-Date-Progress-by Strand and Skill Denise Burgess 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 65% 30 - Year-to-date-Progress-by 20 - Performance by Strand Jenny Ellis - - - - - - - - - - - - Strand and Skill 10 - 20% Skill 0- SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR Jessica Farmar 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 70% Performance by Strand Class Reports and Skill Reading Answer Choices - FEB Kathy Garrett 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 85% 80% (16/20) questions Year-to-Date-progress by Student Joan Gregory 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 45% 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Performance by Question Student Name: Doe, Amanda School Name: John Smith Elementary School Teacher Name: Mrs. Davis Minnie Haynes 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 40% Year-to-date-Progress-by Where does the Strand and Skill Tamara Hoffman IL v2-Reading-Grade 3, APR 2009-2010 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 passage take 70% 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Student Name: Doe, Amanda School Name: John Smith Elementary School Teacher Name: Mrs. Davis Performance by Strand place? Ernestine Kim 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 95% Skill Click on a number to share the test details | at Will Rice’s How did Judy Lyons 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 8.7% house 1 1 50% FEB Reading Assessment Results using serge Student Report | at Rich Lucca’s de Nimes fabric Year-to-Date-progress Natalie McKinney 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 86.96% 1 1 house 1 65% allow Strauss to improve his Performance byby Question Performance Question | at a restaurant 4.35% pants? Year-to-date-Progress-by | at a food store Strand and Skill 0.00% | The new pants were a prettier color. Performance by Strand | The new pants Skill looked more stylish. | The new pants felt softer. | The new pants were stronger. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
  3. 3. Principal Administrator View “With EdisonLearning eValuate (Benchmarks) I am able Principals and Administrators use the data to know how schools to speak confidently about each student’s strengths are meeting standards. They can easily see a longitudinal view and weaknesses to parents. This, in turn, allows the of benchmark results by grade and by class, looking at both parents to fully engage in their child’s learning as well as participation and improvement rates, using information to celebrate their child’s success.” understand where resources can be most effectively used. - Susanie Ann Egan, 4th grade teacher Park-Edison Elementary School Student Name: Doe, Amanda School Name: John Smith Elementary School Teacher Name: Mrs. Davis Clark County School District, NY School Year-to Date Progress by Class: Grade 4 Reading This report provides a snapshot of your schools monthly progress on benchmarks for the year. At a glance you can track progress by individual classroom CLASS SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR District Reports Mr Day - 56% 56% 67% 70% 56% 56% 56% 56% Year-to-Date-Progress by School 994 - 41 (100%) (92%) (100%) (100%) (100%) (100%) (100%) (96%) Performance by Question Ms. Simpson - 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Year-to-date-Progress-by 994 - 42 (0%) (0%) (0%) (0%) (0%) (0%) (0%) (0%) Strand and Skill Mrs. Benson - 62% 58% 64% 56% 56% 56% 56% 56% Performance by Strand and Skill 994 - 43 (85%) (96%) (89%) (100%) (100%) (93%) (100%) (100%) School Reports Mrs. Taylor - 52% 51% 63% 73% 75% 67% 78% 83% 994 - 44 (100%) (100%) (100%) (100%) (100%) (100%) (100%) (100%) Year-to-date- Year-to-Date progress by class Progress by Class Performance b Question Year-to-Date-Progress-by Drilling down further into the data by question, then summarized by strand and skill, principals and administrators can understand not only what grades and classes need interventions, but also the areas of focus for interventions to increase student achievement. Student Name: Doe, Amanda School Name: John Smith Elementary School Teacher Name: Mrs. Davis School Performance by Question: APR (Grade 3 Reading) The report below provides a detailed breakdown of your schools progress on benchmarks at the question level, allowing you to perform item analyses to diagnose issues. Strand Skill Total Percent District Reports Correct Correct Year-to-Date-Progress by School 1 Reading Strategies Predictons 16/23 69% Performance by Question 2 Reading Comprehension Sequencing 11/23 47% Year-to-date-Progress-by Strand and Skill 3 Literary Elements Techniques Plot 12.22 78% Performance by Strand 4 Literary Elements Techniques Setting 20/23 86% and Skill 5 Literary Elements Techniques Theme 21/23 91% School Reports 6 Literary Elements Techniques Analyzing Character 20/23 86% Year-to-date- Year-to-Date progress by class 7 Reading Strategies Analyzing Character 16/23 69% Progress by Class Performance by Question 8 Reading Comprehension Roots / Affixes 11/23 47% Year-to-Date-Progress-by Strand and Skill 9 Literary Elements Techniques Synonyms / Antonyms 12.22 78% Performance by Strand 10 Reading Comprehension Literal Comprehension 20/23 86% Skill 11 Reading Comprehension Main Idea/Supproting Details 21/23 91% Class Reports 12 Reading Comprehension Inferences/Conclusions 20/23 86% Year-to-Date-progress by Student 13 Reading Comprehension Visual Aids 15/23 65% Performance by Question 14 Variety of Literary Works Genre Characteristics 16/23 95% Year-to-date-Progress-by Strand and Skill 15 Reading Strategies Graphic Organizers 16/23 100% Performance by Strand Skill 16 Vocabulary Development Context Clues 22/23 95% Student Report 17 Reading Comprehension Literal Comprehension 22/23 95% Year-to-Date-progress 18 Reading Comprehension Directions/Instructions 18/23 78% Performance by Question “Oneand Skillthe reasons we stand out from other schools is because of the eValuate system. Monthly benchmarks provide regular, of Year-to-date-Progress-by Strand 19 Reading Comprehension Directions/Instructions 21/23 91% real-timeStrand Performance by assessments of student performance allowing us to adjust and inform instruction for each individual child. Without Skill 20 Reading Comprehension Author’s Purpose 19/23 82% these tools we wouldn’t be able to perform at the level we are performing right now.” - Lorna James-Cervantes, Principal Park-Edison Elementary School Clark County School District, NV
  4. 4. The benefits of eValuate With evaluate, educators can: • Receive quick and reliable feedback on how every student is progressing toward mastery of standards • Determine which strands and skills are challenging to students, so that adjustments can be made to instruction • Identify individual students’ strengths and weaknesses so that personalized learning plans and appropriate interventions can take place • Gain an understanding of how students will perform on end-of-year state tests • Create custom reports by socio-economic demographics to maximize help in closing achievement gaps eValuate is flexible and highly effective in increasing student achievement, saving time and money by focusing instruction and resources in the right places. “Nobody has anything close to a system where students are assessed monthly, feedback is within the touch of a button and it is comparable from month to month. Without eValuate, we’d be shooting in the dark toward end-of-year standards.” - Debra Slauzis, Principal Lynch-Edison Elementary School Find Out More For more information, email us at information@edisonlearning.com, call us at 1-877-I-CAN-LEARN (1-877-422-6532) or visit www.edisonlearning.com/evaluate. Working together we can make all students success™

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