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1 AIMSweb Progress Monitor online user training is intended as a review for Progress Monitor users and is not intended for new Progress Monitor Users AIMSweb Progress Monitor Online User Training

2 Overview: This review highlights the very familiar, but new features of the Progress Monitor Caseload. After this training, you will be proficient in navigating the AIMSweb Progress Monitor System.

3 Agenda:  Logging into the AIMSweb System  Preparing Your Current Progress Monitor Caseload  Managing Students  Creating Assessment Schedules  Entering Assessment Scores  Viewing Progress Reports  Deleting and Transferring Assessment Schedules  Logging Out of the AIMSweb System

4 Logging into the AIMSweb System Login to your AIMSweb Benchmark account at Click the Customer Login button in the upper right corner of the AIMSweb website.www.aimsweb.com Enter your Customer ID, Username, and Password (provided to you by Pearson). Then, click the Login button.

5 Logging into the AIMSweb System (continued) When you first login to the AIMSweb system, you will see six tabs across the top of the screen: Welcome, My Account, AIMSonline, Downloads, Reports, and Progress Monitor. The Welcome tab provides a Getting Started review of all six tabs and their primary functions.

6 After you login, click the blue Progress Monitor tab to view your Progress Monitor Caseload. Preparing Your Current Caseload

7 If you did not file your completed assessment schedules at the end of the last school year, the schedules will appear in the Progress Monitor active caseload listing. You will want to file these assessment schedules. Click the check box in the upper left corner of the student list to select all assessment schedules. Click the button to file the schedules.

8 Your Progress Monitor Caseload window will display a message stating “You currently do not have any Active assessment schedules.”

9 Create new assessment schedules by clicking the button. Let’s review the Manage Students features. Managing Students

10 The Manage Students window appears in two sections: Add a Student and Student List. Existing students will appear in the student list to the right.

11 Designate a student to be assessed by either searching for an existing student or adding a new student. Search for an existing student by entering search criteria in any of the searchable (red) fields and clicking the button.

12 The student will appear in the Student List. Add this student to your Progress Monitor Caseload by clicking the check box next to the student’s name. Then, clicking the button.

13 The student will then appear highlighted under the Student List. A icon indicates the student is in your Progress Monitor Caseload.

14 If your student does not appear in the Student list after the search, you will need to add a new student. This will automatically add the student to your Progress Monitor Caseload. Begin Adding a new student by entering information in the Add a Student column at the left of the page. All required fields are red. Once the information has been added, click the button.

15 Note the student appears highlighted in the student list. When you have finished adding students to your Progress Monitor Caseload, click the home button to return to the Progress Monitor home page.

16 Now that the students are in your caseload, you can create assessment schedules. There are three parts of an assessment schedule, which must be identified: 1)The General Outcome Measure to be Assessed 2)The Goal Duration and Frequency 3)Survey Level Assessment, Initial Performance, and Goal Scores Creating Assessment Schedules

17 General Outcome Measures to be Assessed Select a General Outcome Measure to be assessed by clicking the Select link next to the students name.

18 A new window will appear. Select the GOM you wish to assess by clicking the circle next to its name. Click the Save button to save the changes and return to the Progress Monitor Caseload window.

19 Goal Duration and Frequency Next we need to enter the assessment schedule duration and frequency. To do this, click the Enter Schedule link next to the student’s name.

20 The Determine Goal Duration and Assessment Frequency will appear. You must enter the Goal Start and Ending Dates into the appropriate text fields. Select the schedule and frequency by clicking the appropriate radio (circle) buttons. Designate a weekly schedule by clicking the check box of the day of the week the assessments will take place. Use the drop down menus to designate less frequent schedules. Use the drop down menu to select the timeline for the periodic review, if applicable.

21 When finished, click the Save button to save your settings and return to the Progress Monitor Caseload window.

22 Entering Survey Level Assessment, Initial Performance, and Goal Scores Enter the Survey Level Assessment, Initial Performance, and Goal Scores by clicking the Enter link under the goal column next to the student’s name.

23 This will display the Enter SLA, Initial Performance, and Goal Scores window. Enter SLA scores at this time. After the scores have been entered, click the Save & Graph button to view the student’s performance in comparison to the AIMSweb Educational Averages.

24 Next, Select the Assessment Grade Level and enter the Initial Corrects and Errors. Initial Performance Label and Descriptions can be entered. These will appear in the student’s progress report. Then, enter the Goal Corrects and Errors. Click Save.

25 Entering Assessment Scores Click the link under the Next Score column next to the student’s name to enter his or her assessment scores.

26 Enter scores for the date the assessment was given. Use the and buttons to view previous or upcoming scheduled dates. Use the icon to create and note interventions. When finished, click the Save button to save the changes or the Cancel button to remove any changes and return to the Progress Monitor Caseload home page.

27 Viewing Progress Reports After scores have been entered a Progress Report is available. A brief progress description is displayed in the Progress Report column. Click the description link to view the report.

28 Click the Expand link to view the available options for this report. The chart displays the student’s progress in corrects and errors.

29 Student assessment score data is listed below the chart.

30 The green back button returns you to the Progress Monitoring Caseload home page.

31 The blue button allows you to the the Progress Monitoring Improvement Report.

32 The red PDF button creates a PDF file of the report.

33 Transferring and Deleting Schedules Student assessment schedules can be transferred to other Progress Monitor Users by clicking the check box next to the student’s name and clicking the Transfer Schedule button.

34 Use the Transfer To drop down menu to designate the student’s new Progress Monitor teacher. Click the Transfer Schedule button to transfer the student.

35 Delete an assessment schedule by clicking the check box next to the student’s name and clicking the Delete button. This will delete the student’s assessment schedule, but not the student from the Manage Students list.

36 Logging Out of the AIMSweb System When you are finished using the AIMSweb system, click the Logout button. Then, click OK on the confirmation window. For security purposes, we strongly recommend closing your browser after you have logged out.

37 For more information on the AIMSweb system, reference your tab. From there, you can print and download the following documents, which will provide you with further information: The End  Progress Monitoring Strategies for Writing Individualized Goals in General Curriculum and More Frequent Formative Evaluation  Administration and Scoring Training Manuals for Use with General Outcome Measures (GOMs)  AIMSweb Progress Monitor for Users Software Guide


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