The Basics Of Viewing Benchmark Reports

A special welcome to the new educators, schools, and districts partnering with Discovery Education Assessment. Whether you are a new teacher in a district using our Benchmark exams, a school that has joined district efforts in interim assessment for the first time, or a district in a state that has recently promoted the use of standardized formative assessment, we hope that you are able to start next school year feeling comfortable with the new tools available to you. To that end, we are excited to support you in your goals of acquiring useful and actionable data about your students through the benchmarking of student progress using interim assessments, and would like to provide you, in this post, with a few webinar recordings that detail instructions for using our Benchmark reports.

Discovery Education Assessment: Surprise Resources Available With a Click

Recorded: Wednesday, March 21, 2012 5:00 PM ET

In this event we will investigate report viewing basics within the Discovery Education product. We will discuss how to engage in PDF Teacher, PDF Student, and Detail Export reports and the possibilities available to educators with each. It will highlight the tools and resources available pre-log-in and through the help tab (including DEN link). We will discuss the surprising wealth of tools and possible uses for these hidden gems.

Discovery Education Assessment: Diving Into Detailed Reports

Recorded: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 5:00 PM ET

In this event we will detail in depth the Comparative Growth Report, and provide an overview of the Interactive Item Summary. Attendees will learn when to turn to these reports, and how they can be used to differentiate instruction.

Discovery Education Assessment: Getting Into the Interactive Item Summary

Recorded: Wednesday, April 4, 2012 5:00 PM ET

This webinar will include an advanced look at possibilities through the Interactive Item Summary including sorting by difficulty level, standard, subskill, and connecting to digital resources. Educators will find why this is a site to bookmark and refer to consistently as they plan lessons.


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