Question about STAR testing

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  1. prime242

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    Hi, do any California teachers know if we have access to student's individual STAR, standardized testing and reporting scores, or do we only have access to school wide scores?
     
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  3. Mrs. K.

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    At my school, yes. Your admin will definitely have them.
     
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    We get our students immediately...and a printed report within an hour.
     
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    Wow, mrachelle87, really? Now that would reduce the complaint that the feedback is untimely. My students' scores will be delivered promptly at the end of the summer, just as they prepare to move into their new teacher's classroom. California.
     
  6. KateL

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    Yes, we get our scores in August. My district puts the students' scores in Edusoft, and we can access them from there for any student who was on our roster the previous year. We can also run any reports that we want, grouping the students by class period, ethnicity, etc.
     
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    Getting the scores after the student has moved on means it must be for evaluating the school, not the individual. Or at least the results are not intended to help a teacher teach that individual. Right?
     
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    You can access the raw scores if you have Aeries, and you look into the the testing section. I had trouble figuring out what the raw score meant though.
     
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    We get access to our previous students and new students scores in August.

    I also have access to students who I had in previous years, so I have access to kids who I tought three years ago. This allows me to follow the progression of my favorite students.
     
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    This.
     
  11. KateL

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    If your Aeries looks like my Aeries, there should be a column that has a number 1-5. A 5 means the student scored advanced, a 4 means proficient, a 3 means basic, and so on.
     
  12. YoungTeacherGuy

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    :yeahthat:

    I even take a look at the scores of my students who I had in previous years!
     
  13. TeacherShelly

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    I don't think we have Aeries. I'll have to check.

    What system or service gives a report in an hour?
     

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