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Admin Accounts

Information about District/School Administration accounts:

With the purchase of ESGI teacher licenses, the administration can receive a free Admin Account in which they can view data, but cannot test students. There are both school level and district level Admin Accounts.

An administrator can create tests in the account. To be able to view combined data for the school or district, special tabs must be created that will show up for all teachers called Managed Subject Tabs. This is also useful if the entire school or district uses the common assessments. The tests that are published under the Managed Subject Tabs can be created by our system or Friends of ESGI, in the Admin Account, or by any teacher in the district. The teachers assess their students, and the administrator has a real time dashboard on the progress of the district, schools, teachers, and students.  This is best seen in the Students Reports or the Totals Report.

If your school/district has purchased ESGI but you do not have an Admin Account log in, please see this page.

An Admin account is free with purchase and will be active as long as there are active teacher accounts in the school or district.

In a District Admin Account, you can import student and teacher information in to ESGI and/or download an export as a CSV file out of ESGI.

Please see the instructional videos below.

Admin Webinar:   A 15 minute overview.

Move a Student to a Different School

Intro part 1:   Info about:  Profile, view, School vs District accounts, expanding menus


Intro part 2:   How to edit or delete a teacher


Intro part 3:   Edit a student


Reports part 1:   Class, School, and District Totals Reports


Reports part 2:   When tabs change depending on what is selected


Reports part 3:   Create and edit tabs

The document referred to in this video has been converted to this Help Page!

Reports part 4:   Changing marking period dates

 

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