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  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
  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
  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
  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 -
  73. 73. Don’t Forget!! Navigate to the survey and tell us what you think!