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Generating an Individual Learning Pathway (ILP)

1. Select ‘View Reports' from left menu 2. Use filters to seach for tests 3. Click ‘Search' 4. Tick check-box next to your test(s) 5. Click ‘View Reports' 6. When you first get to the View Reports selection screen, the

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View Reports: General Navigation

A: Search for tests to report on The main way to search for tests is by test information (subject, owner, delivery, administration dates). You can also search for tests sat by students in a group or students of a particular

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Creating Test Assignments

1. Select ‘Assign Test' from the left menu 2. Select the radio-button next to the test you want to assign 3. Click ‘Assign Test' 4. Use the Group drop-down to select the group you would like to assign the test

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Mark Test Navigation: Writing/Tuhituhi

A: Finding your test 1. Select ‘Mark Test' from left menu 2. Select appropriate fields to searh by in the Test Information drop-downs 3. Click ‘Search' 4. Click on your Test Name in the Test Table. You may need to

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Mark Test Navigation: Onscreen

 A: Selecting a test 1. Select ‘Mark Test' from the left menu 2. Select appropriate fields to search by using the Test Information drop-downs 3. Click ‘Search' 4. Click on your Test Name in the Test Table. You may need

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Target Setting

Why use target setting? o Targets help you focus on important areas, and set expectations for you and your students. o As part of planning students’ pathways for learning, Senior management may use target setting for strategic planning, allocating resources,

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Create Test Navigation: Writing and Tuhituhi prompts

 A: Test Details 1. Select ‘Create New Test' from left menu. 2. Click ‘Generate Writing/Tuhituhi Prompt'. 3. Enter a Test Name of up to 20 characters. Be specific! Naming conventions make it much easier to find the test later. Students will

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Creating, reviewing and accepting a Custom or Adaptive test

A: Test Details 1. Select ‘Create New Test' from left menu 2. Click ‘Create Customised Test' or ‘Create Adaptive Test' 3. Enter a Test Name of up to 20 characters. Be specific! Naming conventions make it much easier to find

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Guidelines for creating good Custom and Adaptive Tests

e-asTTle testing is not about answering all questions correctly. 100% correct is not a desirable outcome! In fact, you will get the most useful information from e-asTTle when you set a test where you expect students to answer about 50%

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