To collect the results of an assessment, teachers can choose between a combination of several methods. Teachers have the option to print answer documents, enter the student answers manually, have students take the test online, or use response pads. Each method will be discussed in this section.
Click Test Available on the Analyze tab.
- Select the test to administer from the list of available tests.
- Note: Filtering options exist and allow the teacher to view the list of tests by assessment level: My Teacher Tests, Team Tests, School Assessments, and District Assessments.
Choose from the options for test administration to the right of the test title.
Print Answer Sheets
Click Print Answer Sheets.
The answer sheets will be saved as a PDF file on your computer. Print the PDF when you are ready to give your test.
In order for a teacher to enter answers on a district or campus level test, the test administrator must enable this administration type. Otherwise, the option will be available on any teacher-created test.
- Click Enter Answers.
- Select the student to enter the answers.
- Click the radio buttons to select the correct answers.
- The teacher must click Save before going to the next student.
Note: If a constructed response question is added to a test and the student's written response on the answer document is scanned in, the teacher will be able to view the response online (as well as the scoring guide) before entering a score.
Enter Scores for a Student Inventory Assessment
When entering student inventory scores, make sure and set the overall status. The ranges will be displayed next to each task and whether or not the task is required.
Make sure to click Save before moving to the next student or the scores will not be saved!
Once the overall status is selected, the required scores are entered, and the Save button is selected, a green check mark will appear next to the student Tests and Scores tab or from the Analyze tab.
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