2Create a .csv (comma delimited) file containing the local student id number for every student in the grade level that is testing and a password. (No set column widths or row heights.)The password can be one generic password that all students can use or you can assign a different password to each student.When a student tests online, he/she will need his/her student id and a password. Their password is whatever you made it. Of course, the student will have to be told what his/her password is.Don’t put column or row titles in the spreadsheet. Populate it exactly as is shown and then upload this file into eduphoria (directions on how to do that are following in the next few slides).
62. Upload the file1. Insert the csv file that contains the student id numbers and passwordsAfter the file has uploaded, you will see a message below the browse/upload icons that tells you the number of files (students) that were processed. This means you have successfully uploaded your students for online testing.
7(Graphics on following slides.) Create your test in Eduphoria just like you normally would. Then click on:Students (tab next to Administration)Assigned Students(1) all students in the test’s grade level (bubble in)Administration (tab)Online(2) Allow online testing (place checkmark in box)(3) Allow teachers to enable online testing for their classes (bubble in)(Graphics on following slides.)
81. Click on Students tabChoose all students in thetest’s grade level
91. Click on Administration tab All of this stays the same…no changes from the way the test was originally created. Be sure and continue to keep Third-Party Answer Sheets clicked if you want to also be able to allow answer documents to be scanned for this test, too.Click on Allow online testing3. Click on Allow teachers to enable online testing for their classes.
10Name of Test: Motion and Speed Test Know name of test so that students willknow which test to click on when they log in to test.Notice Online Testing PathStudents will use this address to access their online test.