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1 I-Cue Tests & Assessments Hastings Public School September 28 th, 2007

2 Step 1-Logging On Do Not Log on to the computer as yourself! Log on to: Select SchoolView (Tab on the blue menu bar) On the right hand side select Staff Links* Select Log in to I-Cue Enter your employee number and password 2 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

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4 Session Objectives: 1.Log into I-Cue Test/Assessment 2.Access your current students’ test data 3.Learn how access former students’ (current) test data 4.Use a One-Click Report 5.Save and manage student data 6.Begin using student data as a base for informed decision making

5 During today’s Session you will be completing the following tasks: – Viewing Test Results for an individual student – Viewing Test Results for an individual test – Accessing Information via a One-Click Report – Saving Student Data in Microsoft Excel – Creating a Custom Report (Intermediate Users) 5 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

6 Data in District 200 GradeTest Notes kDIBELSOral Reading Proficiency (F/W/S) 1DIBELSOral Reading Proficiency (F/W/S) 2DIBELSOral Reading Proficiency (F/W/S) 3 MCA II*NWEA (F07) 4Oral Reading Proficiency (F/W/S)MCA II* 5 Oral Reading Proficiency (F/W/S) MCA II* MCA-II Science (S 08) *MTAS (special Ed. test certain students take in place of MCA- II) 6MCA II*NWEA (F07) 7MCA II*NWEA (F07) 8MCA II* MCA-II Science (S 08) 9MCA II (Grad Writing)* *07 Science Field Test Data not available 10 MCA II (Reading)* MCA-II Science (S 08) 11 MCA II (Math)*BST* MTELL (online ELL math test students may take in place of the MCA-II math test) 12 BST* *(Phasing out) 6 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

7 To view the Test & Assessment History on an Individual Student you will need to: 1. Locate Tests & Assessments on the menu bar (top) 2. Go to Test Scores>Individual Student 3. Choose a class on the pull-down menu and click Select Class 4. Select any filtering options you would like (note that the number of filters applied will limit your results). If no filter options are desired, you will see your entire class Task 1-Individual Student Part 1 7 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

8 Task 1-Individual Student Part 2 5.Select an individual student on the Students pull down menu (please note-you may also access this information using Student Link) 6.Click View Student Note: Scroll Down to the bottom to see the results. – Scroll Down to the bottom to see the results. – To sort a column, click on the column heading once and the column is sorted ascending. Click the same column again to sort descending. – If there is strand information available for a test, the Test Description will appear as an underlined link you can click for a popup of the complete test detail. 8 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

9 To view the Test & Assessment History for an entire class on an individual test you will need to: 1. Locate Tests & Assessments on the menu bar (top) 2. Go to Test Scores>Single Test 3.Choose a class on the pull-down menu and click Select Class 4.Select any filtering options you would like (note that the number of filters applied will limit your results). If no filter options are desired, you will see your entire class 5.Use the sort button to sort how you want to view the results Task 2-Individual Test Part 1 9 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

10 Task 2-Individual Test Part 2 6. Input the Test Year (if you want to see last year select 2007) and then click on View Test to see a list of available test. 7.Select the individual test to view on the Tests pull down menu and click View Test. This will show you the class performance on this single test by student as well as class summary. 8.Click on an individual student to view that student’s strand scores. 10 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

11 Task 3: One-Click Reports Part 1 What is a One-Click Report? It is a district template report that has been created to allow multiple staff to pull a the same report various times throughout the year. To Access a One-Click Report in Tests and Assessments you will click on the Tests & Assessments tab (top) to view a list of the One- Click Reports currently available in your building. 11 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

12 Task 3: One-Click Reports Part 2 To Run a One Click Report you will need to: 1.Click on the Report Title. 2.Click Report Name 3.On this screen you may filter your data and then click Generate Results or.. 4.Access a new One-Click Report Note: If you would like to see data on last year’s students you will need to change the data on the One-Click Main Page (see page 16) 12 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

13 To design a Custom Report you will need to: 1. Locate Tests & Assessments on the menu bar (top) 2. Go to Test Scores>Custom Report 3. Choose a class on the pull-down menu and click Class from the drop down menu 4.Select a Test Subject and a Test Kind (do not select Grade Levels) 5.Input the number of years (2 default) Optional Task-Custom Reports Part 1 13 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

14 6.You may select to view Tests by Strands by checking Show Strands. 7.Click: Filter Tests 8.Select the tests and/or strands you want to include in the report. Note: To include multiple tests and strands, hold down the key while you make your selection. 9.Click: Select Scores Optional Task-Custom -Custom Reports Part 2 14 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

15 10.To skip this step click on Select Filters 11.You can modify what you want to see, by clicking on the selected information in the pop up window. 12.You can See Results 13.Once you are viewing the results you can filter the results with the specific information you are attempting to derive and then click Generate Results. Optional Task-Custom -Custom Reports Part 3 15 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

16 Seeing Former Students (Current) test results Part 2 Note: -We are currently in School Year Enrollment is based on an October 1 cut off. -Think about when a given test was administered to view the students enrolled as of that date. -If you changed grade levels this year you will need to use the One Click Report to access your data. 2.Use the pop up calendar to correctly configure the dates. 3. Select the date and the school year to pull up a former class roster. 4.View test results for an individual or class. 16 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

17 Saving your Data in Excel Part 1 To save any data from I-Cue into Microsoft Excel you have several options. 1. You may save the data as a Tab Delimited File and then open in Excel or: – Open Microsoft Office: Excel – Return to I-Cue – Select the data you want from I-Cue in a Printable Results window. – Highlight the data and copy into to Excel – Rename your file and Save !!!!!!!!!! (to your Desktop or Documents Folder) 17 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

18 Saving your Data in Excel Part 2 If you are viewing data in a One-Click Report or as a Custom Report you may save your data in as a Tab Delimited File by following these steps: – Select the data you want to save from I-Cue – Save as a Tab Delimited File – Save to Disk – Select your Desktop or your Documents Folder – Locate the file and RIGHT CLICK and open with Excel – Rename the file and resave. 18 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

19 Let us help you and you help us In the Staff Links section, we have included two new pieces of documentation. If you see any student information that is not accurate, please notify us by completing the Change of Student Information Request. If we can assist you by creating a One-Click report, please complete the form and it to us. 19 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007

20 Session Objectives: 1.Log into I-Cue Test/Assessment 2.Access your current students’ test data 3.Learn how access former students’ (current) test data 4.Use a One-Click Report 5.Save and manage student data 6.Begin using student data as a base for informed decision making

21 Thank you for your participation, input and dedication to the learners in District 200! Tim Hasty Bambenek (1785) Lynn Muench (0838) Missy Williams (0606) Note: Complete I-Cue Tests & Assessments Documentation is available online (See Documentation>User Guide) 21 Hastings Public Schools: Staff Development 2007


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