To administer an online test you will now reserve an active and available assessment by clicking on Test Available under the Analyze Tab.
Note: Online testing should be completed in the latest browser versions. Eduphoria cannot guarantee functionality in older versions of browsers.
Online Test Proctoring as seen below.
To make an online assessment available for students, click on the Online Test Proctoring label that appears next to Tests Available, and expand the desired class(es). Check the Select All box to activate the online assessment for all students or check/uncheck individual students. You can also choose Start All Or Start Selected, as well as Stop All once the assessment is complete.
Teachers can also monitor the status of students as the online test progresses.
Note: Once the Online Test Proctoring button is selected, changes made to the student profile, or updated student support imports will not be acknowledged by the testing software. Please ensure all appropriate supports are assigned prior to the proctoring of the assessment. For information about student supports, visit this article.
Note: If an online test is Available to any student and Online Test Proctoring is clicked on to turn off this option, a warning screen will show. There will be an option to keep the test included for proctoring or to make the test Unavailable for all students.
There is a button located at the top right of the proctoring screen that enables teachers to copy the student online testing URL.
If a test will be given over multiple days, teachers should notify students to exit the test manually instead of the teacher force submitting without warning when closing the test to students. This process will allow the answers to save properly and prevent potential data loss when the test is reopened the next day.
There are five different statuses a student can have while taking a test:
- Not started: Student has not started the test.
- Inactive: Student has started but is not actively taking the test, OR student has closed the test using 'Exit Test' without submitting.
- In progress: Student is actively taking the test.
- Completed: Student has submitted the test and is awaiting manual grading.
- Graded: Student test is graded.
Teachers will be unable to view the students' responses if the student is currently taking the test online. Once the test is submitted for scoring, the responses will be visible.