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Create customized, standards-aligned assessments to determine students’ current ability levels, monitor progress, and identify areas of concern. All assessments are scored automatically, and based on the results, curriculum items are recommended to address individual, small group, and whole class needs.
1.Create a class
2.Click the Class Assessments Tab located above the name of your class
3.Click the Create an Assessment Button
4.Choose a name for your assessment
5.Select the standards you will be assessing
Number of questions per standard – Determine the number of questions you will include to assess each standard. We recommend three questions per standard, but you may customize the assessment to meet your students’ needs
Number of parts in your assessment – Assessments may be divided into parts, with up to 50 questions in each part
6.Once you have selected the standards you wish to assess, click Next to preview the assessment questions
7.Click the replace button to the right of each question to replace an existing question with one from the test bank.
8.When you are satisfied with your selections, click Next to schedule your assessment
9.Make sure the Active box is checked at the top of the page to ensure students will be able to access the assessment.
10.Select start and end dates for assessment availability
11.Check the Days Available to determine the days your assessment will be available
12.Use the Daily Time Window to select the hours during which the assessment will be active.
13.Check Randomize question order for each student if students will be taking the assessment as a group, such as in a lab environment.
14.Keep the Make curriculum inactive during daily time window box checked so the assessment will load automatically for each student. The curriculum will become available for each student once the assessment has been completed
To monitor the assessment while testing:
16.Click the assessment tab
17.Click the name of the assessment
18.Click the exam icon
19.The Progress button displays
20.The Proctor Notes button allows for notations about the testing event