Yes, it can generate a report for your whole school. (all tests, all students, all grades) There's a column for TAs, but I don't see a way to sort by teacher.





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On Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 2:41 PM, Steven Webster <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Thanks.  I figured there had to be a way in SBAC.

 

I’ll have to try it.  Can one generate one report that lists all students, all teachers, all grades, and all tests in one report?  That’s what I like about the spreadsheet.

 

Steve

 

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Subject: Re: SBAC--How can we (relatively) easily determine who has not completed what tests?

 

Steve,

 

I've been using Rosters and the Online Reporting System for this. I uploaded one big spreadsheet of all students (712!) with their homeroom/core teacher's name as the Roster Name. 

 

Now I can go to the Portal to the Online Reporting System and "Plan and Manage Testing". I can sort by teacher, by test, and then by whether it's been completed or not. It's generated nice reports and fairly quickly. 

 

Since we got started, I've added other rosters (all students on one team, for example) so that I can see data in many ways. Teachers could go in and view reports associated with their name, but I haven't had the time to take them through it yet.

 

I hope that helps,

Bonnie

 

 


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Williston School District

Williston, VT 05495

802-871-6024
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Twitter: @bonniebird

 

 

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On Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 12:32 PM, Steven Webster <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

All,

 

(I imagine as soon as I send this someone will tell me that there’s a much easier way to do this, built right into the byzantine array of SBAC tools.)

 

The default report that SBAC generates does not make it easy to see which tests students have not yet completed.  E.g., see this sheet.

 

I’ve created an SBAC Status Google Sheet that creates a summary that looks like this, which I think is a little more friendly.  Any cell that is blank indicates that the test at the top of that column has not been completed.  The dates are the dates of completion.

 

It takes a little time to get the sheets set up, but once they are, it takes just a few minutes each day to update the Summary sheet to display who has not completed a test.  And of course, you can share the sheet (view only) with your teachers so they can easily check their class’s status.

 

We’ve tested this for a little over a week and it seems to work reliably, so feel free to make a copy.

 

There is a sheet labeled Directions that tells you step-by-step what to do.

 

If you find any errors or ways to make it simpler, please let me know!

 

Loving life in the SBAC Universe!

 

Steve

 


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