Classroom Diagnostic ToolsInteractive Reports2014–2015Updated October 2014PA Customer Support TeamPhone: 1-(888)-551-6935Email: PAcustomerservice@datarecognitioncorp.com
TABLE OF CONTENTSGENERAL INFORMATION . 1INTRODUCTION . 1KEY DATES . 1CUSTOMER SERVICE SUPPORT . 1ACCESS INTERACTIVE REPORTS ON PA EDIRECT . 2MAP CONFIGURATIONS . 3LOG ONTO EDIRECT . 4SELECTING SEARCH CRITERIA FOR INTERACTIVE REPORTS . 5GROUP MAP . 7INDIVIDUAL MAP . 12HISTORICAL DATA SEARCH . 14INDIVIDUAL LEARNING PROGRESSION MAP . 15GROUP LEARNING PROGRESSION MAP . 17DETERMINE INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN FOR STUDENT(S) . 18ACCESSING MATERIALS AND RESOURCES ON SAS . 18ADDITIONAL RESOURCES . 20APPENDIX A: MANAGE YOUR PA EDIRECT ACCOUNT . 21MY ACCOUNT . 21CHANGE MY PASSWORD . 22APPENDIX B: ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES . 23APPENDIX C: MANAGE PA EDIRECT USERS . 24REQUIRED PERMISSIONS TO VIEW INTERACTIVE REPORTS AND HISTORICAL DATA SEARCH . 24EDIT EXISTING USER . 25SETTING UP A NEW USER . 27ADD SINGLE NEW USER . 27UPLOAD MULTIPLE USERS . 29APPENDIX D: ACCESSING DOCUMENTS ON EDIRECT . 30APPENDIX E: EDIRECT MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS . 31APPENDIX F: DIAGNOSTIC CATEGORIES . 322 Page
GENERAL INFORMATIONINTRODUCTIONThe Classroom Diagnostic Tools (CDT) are a set of online assessments designed to measure specific studentstrengths, weaknesses, skills, and knowledge throughout the school year to help guide instruction andremediation. The online assessments are available for students in grades six through high school and arefully aligned with the Standards Aligned System (SAS). The assessments are based on content covered bythe Keystone Exams and the Pennsylvania System of School Assessments.A key component of the CDT is the Interactive Reports, which enable users to receive customizable reportsfor individual students or groups of students. The Interactive Reports also provide dynamic links toinstructional resources in SAS based on students’ performances on the CDT.This User Guide provides information about how users of the CDT can acquire proper access to theInteractive Reports, along with detailed instructions for using these reports once students begin to take theCDT assessments.KEY DATESDescriptionPA Online Assessments Software Update ReleaseRelease of the CDT 2014–2015 AdministrationRelease of CDT 2014–2015 Interactive ReportsEnd of Test Window for 2014–2015Date AvailableAugust 18, 2014August 25, 2014August 25, 2014July 31, 2015CUSTOMER SERVICE SUPPORTAssistance is available Monday through Friday (exclusive of holidays), 8:00 AM–5:00 PM Eastern StandardTime, by contacting Data Recognition Corporation’s Pennsylvania Customer Service Team at (888) 551-6935or by email at PAcustomerservice@datarecognitioncorp.com.1 Page
ACCESS INTERACTIVE REPORTS ON PA eDIRECTThe Interactive Reports system is Web-based and uses the Web browser currently installed on yourcomputer. The Interactive Reports system is accessed via the PA eDIRECT Web sitehttps://pa.drcedirect.com and requires a PA eDIRECT account.This section of the User Guide provides information about how to access the Interactive Reports system andhow to use its components. The Interactive Reports system is for viewing and analyzing student assessmentresults after students have completed diagnostic testing using the CDT system. Please refer to Appendix B:“Roles and Responsibilities” and Appendix C: “Manage PA eDIRECT Users” in this User Guide for detailedinformation about which functionalities various users should have access to within the system.INSTRUCTIONSThroughout the eDIRECT system there are built-in instructions for how to use the system. Anytime you see Instructions, click on the plus sign, and the instructions will expand.GRID FUNCTIONALITYThroughout the PA eDIRECT system, anytime a grid is displayed, it is organized and arranged based ondefault settings. The information displayed in the grid can be rearranged either by clicking on a columnheader to re-sort the data based on the column selected, or by clicking on and dragging the column to anew position so that the order in which the columns are displayed is changed.Sample eDIRECT Grid2 Page
MAP CONFIGURATIONSThe Interactive Reports are displayed as map configurations. A valid map configuration must be selectedbased on the assessment that was administered. Please refer to the chart below for the available mapconfiguration for each assessment.Note: When Test Sessions are created by content area and assessment, students are assigned to theappropriate assessment by their grade level when they are uploaded (e.g., sixth grade students in Literaturewill start with grade 6 items). However, students in Grades 3-5 should be assigned to the Grades 3-5assessment in order to view the appropriate Lower Grades Map Configuration.Content AreaAssessmentMAP ConfigurationMathematicsMath Grades 3-5Mathematics Grade 3 Lower GradesMathematicsMath Grades 3-5Mathematics Grade 4 Lower GradesMathematicsMath Grades 3-5Mathematics Grade 5 Lower GradesMathematicsMathematicsMathematics Grade 5MathematicsMathematicsMathematics Grade 6MathematicsMathematicsMathematics Grade 7MathematicsMathematicsMathematics Grade 8MathematicsAlgebra IAlgebra IMathematicsAlgebra IIAlgebra IIMathematicsGeometryGeometryLiteracyReading Grades 3-5Reading Grade 3 Lower GradesLiteracyReading Grades 3-5Reading Grade 4 Lower GradesLiteracyReading Grades 3-5Reading Grade 5 Lower GradesLiteracyReading/LiteratureReading Grade 5LiteracyReading/LiteratureReading Grade 6LiteracyReading/LiteratureReading Grade 7LiteracyReading/LiteratureReading Grade ng Grades 3-5Writing Grade 3 Lower GradesLiteracyWriting Grades 3-5Writing Grade 4 Lower GradesLiteracyWriting Grades 3-5Writing Grade 5 Lower GradesLiteracyWriting/English CompositionWriting Grade 5LiteracyWriting/English CompositionWriting Grade 6LiteracyWriting/English CompositionWriting Grade 7LiteracyWriting/English CompositionWriting Grade 8LiteracyWriting/English Com positionEnglish CompositionScienceScience Grades 3-5Science Grade 3 Lower GradesScienceScience Grades 3-5Science Grade 4 Lower GradesScienceScience Grades 3-5Science Grade 5 Lower GradesScienceScience Grades 3-5Science Grade 3–5ScienceScienceScience Grade 5ScienceScienceScience Grade 6ScienceScienceScience Grade 6–8ScienceScienceScience Grade 7ScienceScienceScience Grade 8ScienceScienceScience High ry3 Page
LOG ONTO EDIRECT1. Open your Internet Browser.2. Enter the Web address:https://pa.drcedirect.com3. Click on the Log On link in the upper right-handcorner of the screen.4. Enter your email address and password in thetext boxes, and click on the Log On button. Youwill receive a temporary password via asystem-generated email notifying you that youraccount has been activated. Use this temporarypassword to log on to the system for the firsttime. If you do NOT log on to the system withinten (10) days of receiving the temporarypassword, your account will be made inactiveand the password will no longer work.5. Once you have successfully logged on, awelcome/home screen will appear.6. Click on Reporting Tools in the menu on theleft side of the screen and then InteractiveReports.4 Page
SELECTING SEARCH CRITERIA FOR INTERACTIVE REPORTSThe existing Interactive Reporting navigation has changed due to the addition of the Historical Data Search– getting to the interactive maps is now a two-step process. If you only select the required fields(designated by a red asterisk) of Administration, District, and School, you will be brought to the IndividualMap tab and a second set of search criteria. You can then select a specific student and a MapConfiguration, which enables you to view the Individual or Learning Progression Map for that student.Instructions for DistrictUsers:1. Select the School.2. Click on the Continuebutton.Instructions for School Users:1. Select the School.2. Click on the Continuebutton.Instructions for Teachers:1. Select the StudentGroup to go directlyto Group Mapsinstead of IndividualMaps.2. Leave Student Groupblank and click onContinue button togo directly toIndividual Maps.If you would like to change any of the search filters click on the Clear button.5 Page
Additional search criteria will expand to fill the screen when the Continue button is clicked and collapse theeDIRECT menu to the left. To expand the eDIRECT menu, click on the Open Menu link on the upper left ofthe screen.1. Once you click on theContinue buttonadditional search criteriadisplays.2. Select the required fieldsof Student and MapConfiguration to displayIndividual Map for currentAdministration.3. To display Historical DataSearch use drop down toselect previousAdministration forStudent and MapConfiguration selected.4. To go immediately to theGroup Map select Teacherand Student Group inupper search criteria andclick Continue.Note: If there is no data for the map after you click on the Continue button and select the additionalcriteria for the Individual Map, Group Map, or Learning Progression Map a message will appear that willindicate there is no data available for the map configuration selected. See the “Map Configurations” sectionof this User Guide (page 3) for additional information.6 Page
GROUP MAPThe Interactive Reports use colors to indicate relative Strengths to Build On and Areas of Need. Eachdescriptor correlates with a color range on the scale: Green/Blue Strengths to Build On; Red Areas ofNeed. Each white dot on the Group Map represents a single student score.Only students within the Student Group with scores will appear as white dots on the map.All dots represent the most recent assessment score for each student within the Student Groupselected.The Group Map is intended to provide general assessment information based on a group of studentscores within a Diagnostic Category. For a specific description of the Eligible Content assessedduring an individual student’s test, please refer to the “Learning Progression Map” section of thisUser Guide (page 15).Initially, the Group Map shows the entire vertical scale (zoomed all the way out). Click on the OptimizeZoom button to zoom to the portion of the scale that includes the highest and lowest scores availablebased on the search criteria selected. The area in between the slider bars indicates what portion of thetotal scale is currently being displayed.Slider Bar—To adjust the map focus, use the upper and lower sliders on the bar to the left of the map. Thearea between the sliders is the area of the scale displayed on the map.Skill Labels—These identify the area on the scale above which are Student Strengths to Build On and belowwhich are Student Areas of Need.Diagnostic Categories—These appear below each of the columns at the bottom of the map.Hover Over—Hover over a white dot to view a pop-up of the Name, PAsecureID, Test Date, and Score.7 Page
Group Map Grid—This appears below the map and provides a complete list of the students within theselected Student Group.Fields included in the grid: First Name, Last Name, and PAsecureIDStudent scores within Diagnostic CategoriesOverall ScoreTest DateGroup Map GridIndividual Student Select—Click on a white dot in any one of the columns to connect all of the scores for anindividual student across Diagnostic Categories. The selected student’s dots will turn black and thestudent’s information will be gray-highlighted in the Group Map Grid.8 Page
Category Filter—Select a single Diagnostic Category from the Category drop-down menu at the top of themap to show student scores for a single category across multiple assessments.Range Filter—To select either the Student Strengths to Build On or Student Areas of Need portions of thescale, use the Range drop-down menu at the top of the map.Show Selected Students—To display ONLY specific students on the map, check the box next to thosestudents in the Group Map Grid and click on the Show Selected Students button. The new map generatedwill ONLY include the students who were represented as white dots in the previous map view. Thosestudents will have the boxes next to their names checked in the Group Map Grid.Export to CSV—Click on the Export to CSV button at the bottom of the Group Map Grid to export map datato a CSV-formatted table.Export to PDF—Click on the Export to PDF button at the bottom of the Group Map Grid to export a PDFimage of the current view of the map, search criteria, and the Group Map Grid. Instructional Enrichmentwill only appear in the PDF if individual students and Show Eligible Content have been selected. TheInstructional Enrichment will appear in the bar to the right of the map.Export to Zip—Click on the Export to Zip button at the bottom of the Group Map Grid to export map datato a Zip File.9 Page
Export Individual Reports—Click on the Export Individual Reports button at the bottom of the Group MapGrid to export the Individual Reports.Group Map Grid10 P a g e
VIEW ELIGIBLE CONTENT & ACCESS SAS MATERIALS AND RESOURCES:Multiple Students—To select multiple students within one of the Diagnostic Categories, follow these steps:1. Draw a box around a group of students by holding the mouse button down while dragging thecursor (pointer) across the dots to be selected.2. Click on the Show Eligible Content button.3. The selected students’ dots will turn yellow and will be yellow-highlighted in the Group Map Grid.4. A list of Eligible Content for the Diagnostic Category, associated with the range of scores for thestudents selected, will appear to the right of the map.5. Click on any one of the Eligible Content codes to launch into the Standards Aligned System (SAS)Web site and gain access to all curriculum and resources available for the Eligible Content selected.Note: Teachers with Standards Aligned System (SAS) accounts should make sure their user account emailaddress for eDIRECT is the same as the email address they use for their SAS account. This will allowautomatic sign-in to the Teacher Tool Box in SAS whenever the Interactive Reports system interfaces withSAS.11 P a g e
INDIVIDUAL MAP The Individual Map has the ability to show the three most recent assessments that apply to themap configuration selected for an individual student.A white dot indicates the most recent, a black triangle the second most recent, and a gray diamondthe third most recent.The lines extending above and below each mark indicate the standard error. The standard errorrange is used when comparing scores from different assessments to determine whether thedifferences are significant. The standard error range of total scores is smaller because the scoresare based on more test items than the scores in Diagnostic Categories.The Individual Map is intended to provide general Instructional Enrichment (a set of EligibleContent) based on a student’s score within a Diagnostic Category. For a specific description of theEligible Content assessed during a student’s test, please refer to the “Learning Progression Map”section of this User Guide (page 15).Initially, the Individual Map shows the entire vertical scale (zoomed all the way out). Click on the OptimizeZoom button to zoom to the portion of the scale that includes the highest and lowest scores availablebased on the search criteria selected. The area in between the slider bars indicates what portion of thetotal scale is currently being displayed.Student Filter—Click on the Student drop-down menu to select a student. When a new student is selected,the map will refresh.Slider Bar—To adjust the map’s focus, use the upper and lower sliders on the bar to the left of the map.The area between the sliders is the area of the scale that is displayed on the map.Skill Labels—These identify the area on the scale above which are Student Strengths to Build On and belowwhich are Student Areas of Need.12 P a g e
Diagnostic Categories—These appear below each of the columns at the bottom of the map.Hover Over—Hover over the dot in the middle of the white, grey, or black line to view a pop-up of theAssessment Date and Score.Export to PDF—Click on the Export to PDF button to export a PDF image of the current view of the map,search criteria, and Instructional Strategies. Instructional Strategies will only appear in the PDF if ShowEligible Content has been selected. They will appear in the bar to the right of the map.Export to CSV—Click on the Export to CSV button to export map data to a CSV-formatted table.VIEW ELIGIBLE CONTENT & ACCESS STANDARDS ALIGNED SYSTEM (SAS) MATERIALS AND RESOURCES:Note: Eligible Content and links to SAS materials and resources are only provided in reference to a student’smost recent test scores (white dots).1. Click a white dot within one of the Diagnostic Categories.2. The list of Eligible Content for the Diagnostic Category, associated with the student’s score, willappear to the right of the map.3. Click on any one of the Eligible Content codes to launch into the Standards Aligned System (SAS)Web site and gain access to all curriculum and resources available for the Eligible Content selected.13 P a g e
HISTORICAL DATA SEARCH The Historical Data Search is only available for Individual Students and not Student Groups.To see a student’s scores from a previous Administration select the Administration in the searchcriteria directly above the Individual Map.Populate the required fields of Student and Map ConfigurationIf there is data available for a student in a previous Administration the Individual Map will display.If there is no data available, a message will appear letting you know there is no data available forthe Map Configuration selected for that student.14 P a g e
INDIVIDUAL LEARNING PROGRESSION MAP The Learning Progression Map is a graphical representation about how learning may typically movetoward increased understanding over time based on Eligible Content.Each dot (green or red) represents the Eligible Content in a subject’s domain and subdomain andfor a specific grade level or course.The grade/course is highlighted based on the map configuration selected.The initial view of the Learning Progression Map will automatically expand all domains andsubdomains that contain Eligible Content on which a student was assessed.All Learning Progression domains and subdomains can be expanded or collapsed.Use the scroll bar to view all Eligible Content.A green dot indicates that the student was presented with at least one test item for the Eligible Contentand was successful, possibly indicating “Student Strengths to Build On.”A red dot indicates that the student was presented with at least one test item from the Eligible Content andwas unsuccessful, possibly indicating “Student Areas of Need.”A blank square represents Eligible Content that is available, but the student was not presented with anytest items from that Eligible Content.15 P a g e
VIEW ELIGIBLE CONTENT & ACCESS SAS MATERIALS AND RESOURCES AND SAMPLE ITEMS:1. Hover over any of theEligible Content until apop-up appears.2. Use the mouse to movethe pointer into the popup and click on theMaterials and Resourceslink to launch theStandards AlignedSystems (SAS) Web siteand to view materialsand resources aligned tothe Eligible Content.Voluntary ModelCurriculum (VMC) Unitsand Lesson Plans alignedto the Eligible Contentselected will be the firstlisted among the varietyof materials andresources presented inthe list of SAS options, ifa VMC unit for theEligible Content iscurrently available in SAS.3. Click on the Sample Itemlink within the pop-up toview a sample test itemrepresentative of theEligible Content selected.Sample items are of anaverage difficulty levelcompared to the set ofitems aligned to anEligible Content; thespecific item(s) presentedto the student may bemore or less difficultcompared to the sampleitem displayed.16 P a g e
GROUP LEARNING PROGRESSION MAP The Group Learning Progression Map displays all Eligible Content for the specified content area.Enables teachers and administers to view the learning progression map at a classroom level.Each dot (green or red) represents an item(s) that was presented to the student.The Eligible Content rows are highlighted based on the map configuration selected.Use the scroll bar to view all Eligible Content.Note: When determining the color of the summary dot, all students in the group who received at least oneitem for that Eligible Content count equally, even though they may have taken different numbers of itemsfor the Eligible Content. Additionally, how close each student's performance is to the expectedperformance of a student just ready for the next grade/course is taken into account. Therefore, a group'ssummary dot may not be the same as the most frequently-occurring color for the group.17 P a g e
DETERMINE INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN FOR STUDENT(S)ACCESSING MATERIALS AND RESOURCES ON SASThere are several ways to access materials and resources from the Standards Aligned System (SAS) directlyfrom the Interactive Reports: from the Group Diagnostic Report, from the Individual Diagnostic Report, or from the Learning Progression Map.Note: Teachers with Standards Aligned System (SAS) accounts should make sure their user account emailaddress for eDIRECT is the same as the email address they use for their SAS account. This will allowautomatic sign-in to the Teacher Tool Box in SAS when an Eligible Content code is selected.VIEW ELIGIBLE CONTENT & ACCESS MATERIALS AND RESOURCES FROM THE GROUP DIAGNOSTICREPORT:Multiple Students—To select multiple students within one of the Diagnostic Categories, follow these steps:1. Draw a box around a group of students by holding the mouse button down while dragging thecursor (pointer) across the dots to be selected.2. Click on the Show Eligible Content button.3. The selected students’ dots will turn yellow and will be yellow-highlighted in the Group Map Grid.4. A list of Eligible Content for the Diagnostic Category associated with the range of scores for thestudents selected will appear to the right of the map.5. Click on any one of the Eligible Content codes to launch into the Standards Aligned System (SAS)Web site and gain access to all curriculum and resources available for the Eligible Content selected.18 P a g e
VIEW ELIGIBLE CONTENT & ACCESS MATERIALS AND RESOURCES FROM THE INDIVIDUAL DIAGNOSTICREPORT:1. Click on a white dot within one of the Diagnostic Categories.2. The list of Eligible Content for the Diagnostic Category associated with the student’s score willappear to the right of the map.3. Click on any one of the Eligible Content codes to launch into the Standards Aligned System (SAS)Web site and gain access to all curriculum and resources available for the Eligible Contentselected.VIEW ELIGIBLE CONTENT & ACCESS MATERIALS, RESOURCES, AND SAMPLE ITEMS FROM THE LEARNINGPROGRESSION MAP:1. Hover over a desired dot until a pop-upappears.2. Click on the Materials and Resources linkwithin the pop-up to launch the SAS Website and view materials and resourcesaligned to the Eligible Content. VoluntaryModel Curriculum (VMC) Units and LessonPlans aligned to the Eligible Contentselected will be the first listed among thevariety of materials and resourcespresented in the list of SAS options, if aVMC unit for the Eligible Content iscurrently available in SAS.3. Click on the Sample Item link to view asample test item representative of theEligible Content selected. Sample items areof an average difficulty level compared tothe set of items aligned to an EligibleContent; the specific item(s) presented tothe student may be more or less difficultcompared to the sample item displayed.19 P a g e
ADDITIONAL RESOURCESIf you have any questions, please review the support documentation and training resources that areavailable on PA eDIRECT/General Information/Documents at https://pa.drcedirect.com.PhoneEmailFaxHoursDRC PA CUSTOMER SERVICE TEAM(888) 763) 268-2567Monday–Friday (exclusive of holidays)8:00 AM–5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time20 P a g e
APPENDIX A: MANAGE YOUR PA eDIRECT ACCOUNTMY ACCOUNT1. On the left hand side of the box, expand theManage Users menu to display useraccount tools.2. To update your personal information, click on My Account.3. Click on Save upon completion.My Account Page21 P a g e
CHANGE MY PASSWORD1. To change your password, click on Change My Password under Manage Users. Note the PasswordPolicy in the blue header.2. Click on Save upon completion.Change Password Page22 P a g e
APPENDIX B: ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIESThis section outlines the roles and responsibilities for the District Assessment Coordinators (DACs),School Assessment Coordinators (SACs), Teachers, and Test Administrators (TAs) as they relate to theClassroom Diagnostic Tools (CDT) Interactive Reports. As detailed in this section, the DAC is responsiblefor setting up all SACs at schools within the district that will be participating, and in turn the SACs areresponsible for setting up all the Teachers and TAs within the school that will be participating.Though the CDT Interactive Reports system allows for the DAC and SACs to have many of the sameresponsibilities, it is flexible enough to allow for the DAC to be more restrictive of the SACs’ access andrights in the system.Note: For information about assigning permissions and roles and responsibilities related to theadministration of the Classroom Diagnostic Tools (CDT) assessments please refer to the ClassroomDiagnostic Tools 2013–2014 User Guide, available electronically on the PA eDIRECT Web site underDocuments.Data Recognition Corporation (DRC) PA Customer ServiceResponsibilities: Set up all DACs and District Technology Coordinators whose first name, last name, and emailaddress were provided via the PA eDIRECT Enrollment system, via PA Customer Service email orvia the Classroom Diagnostic Tools 2013–2014 Registration Form.DACsResponsibilities: Verify their PA eDIRECT account has been set up appropriately, and contact DRC PA CustomerService if there are any issues. Verify and set up SAC PA eDIRECT user accounts appropriately. Provide training and support to SACs.SACsResponsibilities: Verify their PA eDIRECT account has been set up appropriately, and contact the DAC if there areany issues. Verify and set up Teachers’ PA eDIRECT user accounts appropriately. Provide training and support to Teachers. Confirm all teachers utilizing the CDT Interactive Reports are listed as Teachers within the PAeDIRECT system; ensure email address within the system match email address associated withPA eDIRECT user accounts; and ensure Teachers and students are associated correctly viaStudent Groups in the system.TeachersResponsibilities: Verify their PA eDIRECT account has been set up appropriately, and contact the SAC if there areany issues. Verifying the SAC has correctly created Student Groups within the PA eDIRECT system, therebyensuring Teachers have access to the appropriate student results within the Interactive Reports. Confirm their PA eDIRECT account
Aug 18, 2014 · The Interactive Reports system is for viewing and analyzing student assessment . Science Science Science Grade 8 Science Science Science High School Science Biology Biology Science Chemistry Chemistry . 4 Page LOG ONTO EDIRECT.
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