SLDS Parent Portal GuideStatewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS)Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 1 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal GuideTable of ContentsBRIEF HISTORY OF THE STATEWIDE LONGITUDINAL DATA SYSTEM. 3BENEFITS OF THE SLDS PARENT PORTAL .3HOW TO ACCESS THE GEORGIA SLDS . 3STUDENT PERFORMANCE DASHBOARD . 4NAVIGATION TOOL BAR .5VERTICAL SCROLL BAR .5DOWNLOADABLE REPORTS . 6ATTENDANCE SECTION . 8ASSESSMENTS SECTION . 8LEXILE SCORES .8ASSESSMENT SCORES .9Test Administration Details Page .9OVERVIEW OF ASSESSMENTS AVAILABLE ON THE STUDENT PERFORMANCE DASHBOARD .11LIST OF STUDENT ASSESSMENT RESULTS AVAILABLE TO PARENTS .11CRCT-M . 1321st Century Skills Assessment (21 CSA) . 14ACCESS . 15Alternative ACCESS . 16GAA . 17GKIDS . 18Georgia Pre-K Assessment . 19STUDENT GROWTH PERCENTILE .20RESOURCES DASHBOARD . 21MY SCHEDULE SECTION .21ACCESS TO ONLINE RESOURCES .21VIEWING THE RESOURCES .23SEARCHING FOR RESOURCES USING THE LEARN MENU .23LOGGING OUT OF THE SLDS PARENT PORTAL . 26Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 2 of 26All Rights Reserved2
SLDS Parent Portal Guide3Brief History of the Statewide Longitudinal Data SystemThe Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS) Grant Program of 2002 was designed tohelp state education agencies develop and implement longitudinal data systems. Thesesystems are intended to enhance the ability of States to efficiently and accurately manage,analyze, and use education data, including individual student records. The data systemsdeveloped with funds from these grants should: Help States, Districts, Schools, and Teachers make data-driven decisions to improvestudent learning.Facilitate research to increase student achievement and close achievement gaps.Benefits of the SLDS Parent PortalUsing Georgia's SLDS Parent Portal helps parents to: Monitor their children’s achievement on statewide summative assessmentsIdentify their children’s strengths and weaknesses in the domains that are tested ineach subject areaAccess online resources that are directly aligned to their children’s course standardsHow to Access the Georgia SLDSParents can access the Georgia SLDS Parent Portal by following these steps:1. Login to the District’s Student Information System Parent Portal.2. Click the SLDS Portal button at the bottom of the list on the left side of the student’s page.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 3 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal Guide43. After clicking the SLDS Portal button, the Parent Portal Welcome Page will open.If you have access to more than one child in the district portal, you will see adropdown box containing the name of each child.You will see a box with the name of each studentthat you can access through the Parent PortalThe Home buttonwill return you tothe Parent PortalWelcome screenClick here tolog out of theParent PortalStudent Performance DashboardTo see your child’s attendance history and statewide summative test history, click theStudent Performance icon under the child’s name.After clicking the icon, your child’s Student Performance Dashboard will be displayed.There are blue textboxes above or beside each section of the dashboard to assist you inunderstanding the data displayed in each section.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 4 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal GuideNavigation Tool BarThe Navigation Tool Bar includes quick links to move through the dashboards.The tool bar also includes a feature to export the data on the screen. Any of the images,charts, or graphs that you see in the SLDS Parent Portal can be exported to anotherapplication. These files can be created in multiple user friendly formats including Excel,Word, and PDF.Vertical Scroll BarThere is a vertical scroll bar to the right of the charts on the Student PerformanceDashboard that allows you to scroll down and view all of the charts on the page.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 5 of 26All Rights Reserved5
SLDS Parent Portal Guide6Downloadable ReportsThe Downloadable Reports section displays any individual student reports that areavailable to view and download for the student that you selected. If there are any GeorgiaStudent Growth Model (or GSGM) Reports available to view, you will see the words GSGMStudent Reports along with a number in a circle. That number indicates the number ofreports that are available to view.To view the GSGM reports, hover your mouse over the words “GSGMStudent Report” (notice that the words are hyperlinked, whichmeans that you may click on the words to view the reports.After clicking the hyperlink, a list of available reports will be displayed in a dropdown list.Click on the blue download icon to view the report, and a PDF version of the report will bedownloaded to your computer. Please note that the way in which this PDF is downloadedwill vary based on the browser and operating system that you are using. In this example, thePDF icon appears at the bottom of the screen. Click on the PDF icon to download the report.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 6 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal GuideThe PDF will open in a new window, and can be saved and printed.When you are finished viewing the report, close the window, and return to the SLDSParent Portal.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 7 of 26All Rights Reserved7
SLDS Parent Portal GuideAttendance SectionThe Attendance section displays a graph of the absences reported by your school districtfor your child each year, beginning with the 2006-2007 school year. This allows you toobserve the trend in his or her attendance each year.Note: If the student was not enrolled in a Georgia public school in a particular year, e.g.,home school, private school, or out-of-state, that year will not be included on the chart.Assessments SectionLexile ScoresThe first chart in the Assessments section is the graph of student Lexile scores. This chartdisplays the student’s Lexile score achieved on the Reading CRCT or CRCT-M, or on theEOCT in 9th Grade Literature and American Literature each year. The student’s Lexilescore each year is denoted on the chart with a red star. This chart allows you to compareyour child’s Lexile score each year to the stretch Lexile range established for that gradelevel. Ideally, your child will be in or above the stretch Lexile range.If you would like more information about Lexiles, you may click on the link beside the chartentitled “Additional Information about Lexiles.” This will open a web page with Lexileinformation and tools that you can use with your child.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 8 of 26All Rights Reserved8
SLDS Parent Portal Guide9Assessment ScoresThe Assessment Scores section displays all of your child’s statewide summative assessments,including retests, in color-coded test result boxes (see the legend at the bottom of the screento decode the colors). Assessments are listed in descending order by administration date.Assessment history may go as far back as the 2006-2007 school year, provided that thestudent was enrolled in a Georgia public school district and that the student’s unique GeorgiaTesting Identifier (GTID) was attached to the assessment. Each test result box contains theabbreviated subject-area of the test, as well as the scale score (and grade conversion for theMilestones EOC tests) that the student achieved on the test.Each of the color-coded test result boxes is hyperlinked. You can view test administrationdetails (including domain level results for some assessments) by clicking on a specific testresult box. The graphics below is the Test Administration details page that is displayedafter clicking on the box for the 2014-15 Spring Milestones EOG test in Social Studies andELA.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 9 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal GuideTest Administration Details PageFor all assessments, with the exception of GAA and Pre-K, clicking on an individual testresult box will display more details about the assessment results, including domain-levelresults for some assessments. The table below is an example of what you would see whenyou click on the ELA Milestones EOG box. The table displays the domains tested in thesubject, along with more details about the student’s performance in that domain.Notice that there are hyperlinked performance levels available to click. Once any of thehyperlinked numbers is clicked, a bar graph will display for that particular domain thatcompares the student’s performance to the rest of the students in that same grade level inhis/her classroom, school, district, and state. Each bar can be hovered over to provide theteacher with additional information.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 10 of 26All Rights Reserved10
SLDS Parent Portal Guide11Overview of Assessments Available on the Student Performance DashboardAny statewide assessment taken by the student will be displayed in the Assessmentssection of the Student Performance Dashboard. Assessments are listed in descending orderby administration date.List of Student Assessment Results Available to Parents Student Lexile ScoresMilestones End of Grade Tests for grades 3-8 (Milestones EOG)Milestones End of Course Tests for high school courses (Milestones EOC)Criterion Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT)Criterion Referenced Competency Tests–Modified (CRCT-M)End of Course Test (EOCT)Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT)Georgia High School Writing Test (GHSWT)8th Grade Writing Test (G8WT)5th Grade Writing Test (G5WT)3rd Grade Writing Test (G3WT)21st Century Skills Assessment (21CSA)Georgia Alternative Assessment (GAA)Assessing Comprehension and Communication in English State to State for EnglishLanguage Learners (ACCESS)Georgia Pre-K AssessmentGeorgia Kindergarten Inventory of Developing Skills (GKIDS)Student Growth PercentilesAssessment Result BoxesAny statewide assessment taken by the student will be displayed in the Assessmentssection. Assessments are listed in descending order by administration date.The Georgia Milestones EOG and EOC test result boxes are all color-coded according to thislegend:Additionally, each test result box displays the scale score that the student achieved on thetest. The Milestones EOC also displays the grade conversion.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 11 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal Guide12The CRCT, EOCT, GHSGT, GHSWT, G8WT, G5WT, and G3WT test result boxes are all colorcoded according to this legend:Additionally, each test result box displays the scale score that the student achieved on thetest, with the exception of the EOCT which displays the grade conversion.Note: G3WT scores are reported in four domains across three genres of writing as shown here:Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 12 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal Guide13There are some assessments that follow a different legend from the tests listed above. They areCRCT-M, 21 CSA, ACCESS, Alternative ACCESS, GAA, GKIDS, and the Georgia Pre-K Assessment.CRCT-MAs displayed on the Student Performance Dashboard:Clicking on one of the CRCT-M test result boxes will display the test administration details:Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 13 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal Guide21st Century Skills Assessment (21 CSA)As displayed on the Student Performance Dashboard:Clicking on one of the 21 CSA test result boxes will display the test administration details:Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 14 of 26All Rights Reserved14
SLDS Parent Portal GuideACCESSAs displayed on the Student Performance Dashboard:Clicking on one of the ACCESS test result boxes will display the test administration details:Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 15 of 26All Rights Reserved15
SLDS Parent Portal GuideAlternative ACCESSAs displayed on the Student Performance Dashboard:As displayed in the teacher’s class roster:Clicking on one of the Alternative ACCESS test result boxes will display the following testadministration details:Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 16 of 26All Rights Reserved16
SLDS Parent Portal GuideGAAAs displayed on the Student Performance Dashboard:Clicking on the GAA test result box will display the test administration details:Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 17 of 26All Rights Reserved17
SLDS Parent Portal GuideGKIDSAs displayed on the Student Performance Dashboard:As displayed in the teacher’s class roster:Clicking on the GKIDS test result box will display the following test administration details:Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 18 of 26All Rights Reserved18
SLDS Parent Portal GuideGeorgia Pre-K AssessmentAs displayed on the Student Performance Dashboard:Clicking on the Pre-K test result box will display the test administration details:Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 19 of 26All Rights Reserved19
SLDS Parent Portal GuideStudent Growth PercentileStudents’ growth percentiles are displayed at the bottom of the page. The growthpercentile boxes display the student’s growth percentile followed by the student’s scalescore on the assessment. The boxes are color-coded based on whether the studentachieved high growth, typical growth, or low growth on the assessment.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 20 of 26All Rights Reserved20
SLDS Parent Portal Guide21Resources DashboardTo see your child’s current course schedule, either click the Resources icon under thechild’s name, or click the word “Resources” on the menu.My Schedule SectionThis section displays the student’s current course schedule as reported by his or her schooldistrict. Each course has a keyto the left of the course title. Clicking on either the keyor on a course will display the standards for the course.Access to Online ResourcesClicking on the Course Standards Keybeside each course in the My Schedule section (orclicking on the course itself) will open a new window that displays the standards for the coursethat you selected, along with a list of online resources that are aligned to those standards.Online Resources Aligned to StandardsYou can use this view to browse through the standards in the course that you selected, anddisplay online resources that are aligned to the standard that you select.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 21 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal Guide22Notice that the standard that is selected will be highlighted in blue, and the resources thatare displayed are aligned to the highlighted standard. You can click on another standard todisplay the resources that are aligned to it. Notice in the image below that a differentstandard has been selected, and the resources have changed.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 22 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal GuideViewing the ResourcesTo view a resource in the list, simply click on it.The resource will then open in a new window.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 23 of 26All Rights Reserved23
SLDS Parent Portal Guide24Searching for Resources using the Learn MenuWhen you click on the “Learn” menu, a list of subjects will appear in the dropdown list. Youcan search by grade level for courses or groups within any of the subject areas.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 24 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal Guide25Searching for Resources in Grades K-8 and Grades 9-12:Domains and Clusters vs. CoursesWhen you select a subject area to browse, you will then be prompted to select a grade level.It is important to note that the difference between searching for resources for gradeK-8versus grades 9-12. If you select a grade level between Kindergarten and 8th grade, thenext menu-set will be a list of clusters or domains within that grade level and subject (seethe 7th grade mathematics options below). Simply click on the cluster or domain that youwould like to browse, and you will see a list of the standards that are aligned to yourselection. Click on any standard to view the online resources that are aligned to eachstandard.However, if you select the 9-12 grade level option in any subject, the next menu-set will bea list of courses in that subject area (see the grades 9-12 Mathematics options below).Simply click on the course that you would like to browse, and you will see a list of thestandards that are aligned to your course selection. Click on any standard to view theonline resources that are aligned to each standard.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 25 of 26All Rights Reserved
SLDS Parent Portal GuideLogging Out of the SLDS Parent PortalWhen you have finished using the SLDS Parent Portal, always logout properly by clickingthe “Logout” button.” After clicking “Logout,” you may continue using Infinite Campus.Georgia Department of EducationAugust 4, 2017 Page 26 of 26All Rights Reserved26
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