- Participants will be able to create an Express Test
- Participants will be able to create a manual test using their own content, as well as content from Item Central.
- Participants will be able to create an ELA assessment by selecting a passage and corresponding questions from Item Central.
- Participants will be able to search for items in Item Central and be able to add items to share with school, district, and state.
- Participants will be able to co-author tests, items, passages, and rubrics.
- Participants will have a strong understanding of the features and capabilities in regards to delivering assessments.
Getting Started & Exploring AssessmentsTypes of Assessments
- Classroom Assessments
- Benchmark Assessments
- Express Test (Math, Social Studies, Science, etc.)
- Manual Test (ELA/Reading Passages or own content)
Creating AssessmentsItem Central
- Items filtered by subject, grade, standard, etc.
- Multiple Choice
- Open Response
An Express Test is a quicker way to create an assessments for specific standards. Users simply select the standards that you want to include an an assessment if quickly generated for those standards. The structure and questions can be edited at any point. This way of creating an assessment is commonly used for Math, Science, and Social Studies.Manual TestA Manual Test is a more flexible alternative for creating assessments. There are two options for creating a manual test. Users can manually enter questions and passages not already in SchoolNet or users can select a reading passage and related questions. This way of creating an assessment is commonly used for ELA/Reading passages or when teachers want to use an assessment that they already have not already in SchoolNet.
Assessment ManipulativesLocating & Scheduling Test
Last Modified on January 3, 2017