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1 CompassLearning Odyssey

2 What is Odyssey? CompassLearning Odyssey is a research-based curriculum. CompassLearning Odyssey is a research-based curriculum. CompassLearning Odyssey delivers standards- based assessment, standards-aligned curriculum, and comprehensive data reporting for improved student achievement. CompassLearning Odyssey delivers standards- based assessment, standards-aligned curriculum, and comprehensive data reporting for improved student achievement. A member of the WRC Media family, CompassLearning's sister companies include Weekly Reader®, World Almanac® Education Group, and American Guidance Service. A member of the WRC Media family, CompassLearning's sister companies include Weekly Reader®, World Almanac® Education Group, and American Guidance Service.

3 The Login Screen

4 Logging in to Odyssey Login to Odyssey with your name as shown. Login to Odyssey with your name as shown. Be sure to leave a space between your first and last name. Be sure to leave a space between your first and last name. Your initial password will be compass Your initial password will be compass12345.

5 What the Student Sees…

6 What the Teacher Sees…

7 Modules Setup: Allows you to create and modify classes, update teacher information, create/modify students, assign and unassign students to classes, and to view and maintain class information, student information, and subject access. Setup is also available on the menu bar at the top of the screen. Setup: Allows you to create and modify classes, update teacher information, create/modify students, assign and unassign students to classes, and to view and maintain class information, student information, and subject access. Setup is also available on the menu bar at the top of the screen.

8 Modules Assignments: Allows you to build, edit and delete assignments, view class and student progress and create custom objective-based tests. Assignments is also available on the menu bar at the top of the screen. Assignments: Allows you to build, edit and delete assignments, view class and student progress and create custom objective-based tests. Assignments is also available on the menu bar at the top of the screen. Assessment: Teachers can use Test Builder to customize and build objective-based tests. Assessment is also available on the menu bar at the top of the screen. Assessment: Teachers can use Test Builder to customize and build objective-based tests. Assessment is also available on the menu bar at the top of the screen.

9 Modules Reports: Enables you to display, generate, and print relevant information in a variety of report formats. Reports is also available on the menu bar at the top of the screen. Reports: Enables you to display, generate, and print relevant information in a variety of report formats. Reports is also available on the menu bar at the top of the screen. Content: Browse through all Odyssey curriculum available for building assignments, access user’s guides online. Run the Curriculum Report and State Correlation Report. Content is also available on the menu bar at the top of the screen. Content: Browse through all Odyssey curriculum available for building assignments, access user’s guides online. Run the Curriculum Report and State Correlation Report. Content is also available on the menu bar at the top of the screen.

10 Creating a Class In the navigation bar, click Setup. In the navigation bar, click Setup. Under the My Classes tab, click New Class. Under the My Classes tab, click New Class. In the New Class dialog box, enter a name for the class, and click Save and then click Done. In the New Class dialog box, enter a name for the class, and click Save and then click Done.

11 Adding Students to a Class In the navigation bar, click Setup. In the navigation bar, click Setup. In Setup, click the Student Index tab. In Setup, click the Student Index tab. In the Student Index, select the desired filters and click Search (to search all students in your grade level, leave class on “select a class” and change only grade level to the level you need). In the Student Index, select the desired filters and click Search (to search all students in your grade level, leave class on “select a class” and change only grade level to the level you need). Click Search button (bottom left). Click Search button (bottom left).

12 Adding Students to a Class In the student grid that appears, check the student to be added to the class, and click Add to Class. In the student grid that appears, check the student to be added to the class, and click Add to Class. In the Add to Class dialog box, select the class to which you want the student added, and click Save. In the Add to Class dialog box, select the class to which you want the student added, and click Save.

13 Adding Students to a Class To confirm your action, click the My Classes tab, and in the tree, click the class to which you added the student. To confirm your action, click the My Classes tab, and in the tree, click the class to which you added the student. If a student does not appear in the Student Index, add the student using the instructions to add a new student on the following slides. If a student does not appear in the Student Index, add the student using the instructions to add a new student on the following slides.

14 Removing a Student from a Class In the navigation bar, click Setup. In the navigation bar, click Setup. Under the My Classes tab, in the tree, click the desired class to open it. Under the My Classes tab, in the tree, click the desired class to open it. In the class grid, check the student(s) to be removed from the class, and click Remove. In the class grid, check the student(s) to be removed from the class, and click Remove. Click OK to confirm. Click OK to confirm.

15 Building an Assignment Click on the Assignments tab to open Assignment Builder. Click on the Assignments tab to open Assignment Builder. Select your subject, grade level, and type of search. You may search by theme, skill, or Georgia Performance Standard. Select your subject, grade level, and type of search. You may search by theme, skill, or Georgia Performance Standard. Enter a keyword to narrow your search. Enter a keyword to narrow your search. Click Search. Click Search.

16 Building an Assignment Click the checkboxes to select the items for your assignment and then click Add Selected Tasks. Click the checkboxes to select the items for your assignment and then click Add Selected Tasks.

17 Building an Assignment In the Assignment field, type a name for your assignment, and press Enter. In the Assignment field, type a name for your assignment, and press Enter. Select Sequential or Self- Select. (Sequential will force students to complete assignments in order. Self-select will allow them to choose the order. Select Sequential or Self- Select. (Sequential will force students to complete assignments in order. Self-select will allow them to choose the order. Click Complete Assignment. Click Complete Assignment.

18 Building an Assignment Select Archive location (My Assignments-Only you can see the assignments, or My School-All teachers in your school can see the assignment). Select Archive location (My Assignments-Only you can see the assignments, or My School-All teachers in your school can see the assignment). Select Yes or No to assign it now or archive it for later assigning. You can create assignments ahead of time and assign them at a later time. Select Yes or No to assign it now or archive it for later assigning. You can create assignments ahead of time and assign them at a later time.

19 Viewing Activities Click on the links to view activities, worksheets and lesson plans. Click on the links to view activities, worksheets and lesson plans. Click the checkboxes to select activities and then click Add Selected Tasks. Click the checkboxes to select activities and then click Add Selected Tasks. The following slides show part of a unit plan on the Arctic: The following slides show part of a unit plan on the Arctic:

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23 Assignment Archive Assignments created by peer teachers can be accessed if they are shared. Assignments created by peer teachers can be accessed if they are shared. Work in teams to develop and share assignments. Work in teams to develop and share assignments. Benchmark tests are located in the Assignment Archive. Benchmark tests are located in the Assignment Archive. Click on Assignments, then Assignment Archive. Click on Assignments, then Assignment Archive.

24 Assignment Archive Click on My School and select your grade level and subject area. Click on My School and select your grade level and subject area. Choose an existing assignment and select Open a Copy. Choose an existing assignment and select Open a Copy.

25 Assignment Archive To assign to students, click complete assignment and follow prompts. To assign to students, click complete assignment and follow prompts.

26 Monitor Class Progression Click on assignments, Class Progress Click on assignments, Class Progress Click on your class (left side) Click on your class (left side) Check assignment status for entire class OR Check assignment status for entire class OR Click on an individual student name, check assignment status for that student Click on an individual student name, check assignment status for that student Click on details to see how the individual student progress Click on details to see how the individual student progress Unassign by clicking “Unassign” next to that specific assignment/ Unassign by clicking “Unassign” next to that specific assignment/ You can also: view scores, completion dates, open quizzes and tests to see specific responses (click on details, and then click the score to bring up answers) You can also: view scores, completion dates, open quizzes and tests to see specific responses (click on details, and then click the score to bring up answers)

27 Creating an Authentic Task From Assignments in the navigation bar, choose Assignment Builder. From Assignments in the navigation bar, choose Assignment Builder. Click the Curriculum tab. Click the Curriculum tab. Click Create Authentic Task. Click Create Authentic Task. Select a subject and type a title for your task. Select a subject and type a title for your task. If you would like your students to review an Internet website as part of your task, type the text you want to use as the link (perhaps the name of the Website) and the URL (address). Click Add Link. If you would like your students to review an Internet website as part of your task, type the text you want to use as the link (perhaps the name of the Website) and the URL (address). Click Add Link. In the Description box, type the task you wish your students to complete. In the Description box, type the task you wish your students to complete. Click Save and OK. Click Save and OK.

28 Reports Click on the Reports icon on the Launch Pad, or use the Reports menu. Click on the Reports icon on the Launch Pad, or use the Reports menu. Select a type of report. Select a type of report. Hover over the report name to see a description of the report to the left. Hover over the report name to see a description of the report to the left.

29 Reports When you have selected the type of report, you will be asked to input additional information based on the type of report. When you have selected the type of report, you will be asked to input additional information based on the type of report. Enter student or class information, subject or grade level, tests or activities, as prompted in the instructions. Enter student or class information, subject or grade level, tests or activities, as prompted in the instructions. Click Generate Report to view the report. Click Generate Report to view the report.

30 Reports Type in a Name if you choose to save the report. Type in a Name if you choose to save the report. Click Save Report to save a copy. Click Save Report to save a copy.

31 For more information… Visit to search the knowledgebase and read newsletters. Visit to search the knowledgebase and read newsletters.http://support.compasslearning.com/


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