EDW for Teachers Awareness
PowerPoint presentations, PDF files, QuickTime, Breeze presentations and other references are provided below to assist teachers in becoming familiar with navigating and using the EDW for Teachers reporting system. Suggestions for additional resources to be listed here are welcome.
How to work with the new improved Teacher menus that have been enhanced for better readability.
Report shows the individual student results for SAT, ACT, CPT, and PERT with color coding for College Readiness. In addition, the report contains FCAT, SRI, and Diagnostics assessment results.
This PowerPoint shows color-coded comparison graphs of the FCAT and Diagnostic reading and mathematics results. These results are given in percentages and counts.
This PowerPoint shows a student listing of Graduation Status Details using FCAT results, GPA and Credits. This report does not consider special diploma criteria.
This PowerPoint shows an individual student report listing of FCAT, GPA, Credits and Community Service Hours. (Note: This report does not take into account the number of credits per subject area. Report is only valid for students in grades 9 to 12.)
Learn how to enter data, navigate, and interpret the Elementary Literacy Assessment Data Entry and Student Listing Reports.
This PowerPoint addresses the Elementary Pupil Progression and Middle School Pupil Progress reports. Each is a student listing that shows Pupil Progression data for FCAT Reading, Writing, Math, Science and on track for promotion status. Middle School Pupil Progression report also shows the number of quarterly F grades in each of four subject areas (LA, MA, SC, SS).
Learn how to access and read your Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) and Reading Profile reports in EDW for Teachers.
This table provides percentile equivalent ranks for scale scores. Presented at A and S - February 2011. See New EDW Awareness page at the EDW District web site for more details.
How students can have different scores and levels but same number of test questions answered correctly