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Accommodations and Accessibility

Accommodations If you wish to use e-asTTle with students who have identified learning needs, you may choose to give students more time to complete the test, or use a reader/writer. If you have made these types of accommodations, carefully consider

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Test Administration Guidelines

It is important that you read the administration instructions prior to your students sitting a test. The information provided in the following administration guidelines vary according to subject, delivery method and test type. For example, the guidelines for Maths outline

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e-asTTle Onscreen Question Types

There are nine types of questions in e-asTTle. Practice Tests for each subject are available which include most of the different types of questions that can appear in e-asTTle tests. It may be a good idea for students to familiarise

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Finding and sitting a test

Finding a Test When students log into the Student Portal, they are taken straight to the Sit test screen. All onscreen tests that have been assigned to them and are ready to be sat will display. Test Details and Instructions

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New Student Portal and Test Player: FAQs

Do the changes affect all of e-asTTle? Changes have been made to the online test player used for Reading, Maths, Pānui and Pāngarau tests. In addition, the student portal has a new look and feel. The teacher’s version and the

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Viewing reports with a student login

Your students can view reports via the student portal. To access reports they need to: 1.   Login and select ‘REPORTS’ from the top of the screen   2.   Select which type of report to view   3.Choose a test

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Student Login and Forgotten Passwords

Accessing e-asTTle There are separate URLs for teachers and students to access e-asTTle:     Educators/Administrators: https://easttle.education.govt.nz/SCWeb/login.faces Teachers log in via the Education Sector Authentication and Authorisation application (ESAA). If you do not have an ESAA login, contact your Organisation

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Writing Prompts

When generating Writing tests you will notice that some tests have images  and some do not. This is by by design. For example, the Whanau and family time prompt does not have an associated image. This is because students should

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General Navigation

Tricks for Young Players: Enabling pop-ups If your report or paper test is ‘not coming up’, make sure your Internet browser has pop-ups enabled. See http://kb.iu.edu/data/atdz.html for information on how to do this. Don’t use the Back button at the

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Maths Attitude Questions

Attitude – General 1. I like maths at school. 2. I am good at maths. 3. My teacher thinks I am good at maths. 4. My Mum and Dad think I am good at maths. 5. I enjoy doing maths

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