Retaining Historical Student Assessment Data

Curious about how to keep assessment records attached to students as they progress from the 2011-2012 school-year to the 2012-2013 school-year. This can be a challenge as these students will likely have changed grades, possibly changed schools, and may have even had some of their personal information change. However with the help of Stacy Hayes, Discovery’s Psychometric Research Analyst, and Microsoft Excel, this process is actually a breeze. Here is an 18-minute tutorial that will show you how to do it in about the same amount of time.

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  1. Roger

    Oh this reminds me of the recent Nearpod School edition in which you can store assessment results and view them as graphs and filter results by teacher, student, presentation, etc. you should check it out, really useful! this is their website: http://www.nearpod.com but I think you have to contact them to obtain that edition.

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