DAY 1 - Utilities, State Assessment, Student Portfolio, Appraisals, lead4ward, Exports and PlanWorks
Utilize the pieces of DMAC designed for Administrators, Counselors, Testing Coordinators, Interventionists, Team Leaders and other District/Campus staff. We’ll share tips highlighting how to establish user accounts and how to provide access to relevant reports to analyze, trend, and compare STAAR or TELPAS data. Aggregate state and local data with lead4ward and Data Exports. We’ll also show how to create online forms in FormWorks, document Appraisals (including the ability to calibrate T-TESS processes for TIA),and highlight our PlanWorks piece for your DIPs and CIPs!
DAY 2 - Online Testing & Local Assessments in DMAC
Use local data in DMAC to efficiently drive student growth and improve instruction. Create quality online assessments aligned to STAAR standards using the TAG test item bank and collect data in TEKScore. We’ll focus on how to create, score and report on assessment items with the new interactive item types (e.g., hot spot, inline choice, multi-select, etc.). Effortlessly analyze results by customizing the options of your favorite reports under the 1-click settings included with the Teacher Dashboards.
DAY 3 - Creating Student Plans & Documentation in DMAC
This training is all about student data. With web-based applications such as Student Portfolio, FormWorks, LPAC and Learning Plans, users can easily create digital documentation for individual students. Teachers and Administrators will learn to quickly find students, access state and local assessment history, make adjustments to plans, and record notes or attach files and forms. All data seamlessly travels with the student as they advance from grade-to-grade or change campuses. We’ll also focus on how to incorporate best practices for Early Childhood data (K-2).