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Details Button - New Teacher Dashbord

The Session Section is useful for tracking a student's performance on each test session. It also provides information about the items marked correct or incorrect, and the session duration which can be useful when reporting student performance. 

 

This Support Page provides step-by-step instructions below the video for:  

 

VIDEO: DETAILS BUTTON

Viewing Test Details

 1. Click on a student's name from your class list, then select Test Title Name and scroll to Session:

 

 

 2. Select Session Details from the list:

 

 3. The questions answered correctly, incorrectly or not tested will display, as well as the test session number and session duration (26 seconds in the example below).

 

 

Editing Test Details

 1. Select the Session Details under the Session List:

 

 2. Click "Edit Pencil" at the top of the page:

 

 3. Answers can be changed by selecting the different options: Correct (check mark), Incorrect (X), and Not Tested (NT) from one column to another by checking multiple boxes.

 Answers under the "Not Tested" column are counted in the score as "Incorrect". Answers under the "Not Tested" column can be left out of the Parent Letter. To include the "Not Tested" answers on the Parent Letter, select the “Skipped Questions” option when running the Parent Letter.

 

 4. Once the change is complete, click "Save". Changes cannot be "undone" because the system does not know what was edited, but answers can be selected again and moved back to their original column.

 

 

Viewing, Editing, Adding Question and Summary Notes

 1. Click on a student's name from your class list, then select Test Title Name:

 

 

2. Scroll to the bottom of the page to Sessions:

 

 

 2. A orange "note" icon will be next to any item where a note was made. Select this icon to display the full note.

 

 

3. To edit the note, click on the icon, make the edits in the blue text box, and then click "Save".

 

  4. Notes may be added to an answer even after testing. Hover over the item needing a note. Click the "Add Note" icon when it pops up:

 

 5. Add the note in the text box, then click "Save".

 

6. To delete a question note, open the note, delete note, and select Save.

 

7. You may also add a Summary for notes that pertain to the entire test session. 

  • Select Edit
  • Enter notes in the Summary box for the test session
  • Save.

Follow the same steps to Delete a Summary Note:

  • Select Edit
  • Delete notes in the Summary box for the test session
  • Save.

Deleting or Restoring a Test Session

 Note: Scores from the first test session will appear as the baseline on all reports. If the first test session is deleted, then the next test session will become the baseline.

 1. Click on a student's name from your class list, select Test Title Name and scroll to Sessions:

2. Select the Test Session you want to delete

 2. Click the “...” at the top of the Test Session screen.

 3. Select the "Delete test session":

 

 

 4. Under Sessions you will see the option "Show Deleted Sessions" To restore a test session, click the "Show Deleted Sessions" box.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 5. Select the test session that needs to be restored. It will say “deleted” in parenthesis:

 

 

 

 6. Click the "Restore" button:

 

 

 

 

Changing the Test Session Date

VIDEO – DETAILS BUTTON CHANGING THE TEST SESSION DATE

 

A test session date can be edited in the Details section. To do this:

 

  1.  Click on a student's name from your class list, select your Test Name and then scroll to Sessions: 

 

 

 

  1.  Choose the Test Session from the List that needs to be changed. Then select the “Edit Pencil at the top of the page to change the Date. 

 

 

 

 

  1.  Click in the Date field to bring up the Calendar.  Choose the new test date and time (by clicking on the small clock icon) and click the Save button when finished.

 

 

Entering Previous Test Results

Test sessions previously given to students can be manually entered into ESGI.

 

  1.  Click on a student's name from your class list, then click "Details" on the specific test that you need to manually enter results for.

 

 

 

  1. Click the Add Test Session link.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. All test questions will be listed in the Not Tested column.  Check the boxes for the items you want to move into the Correct (Mastered) or Incorrect (Not Mastered) columns and then click the arrow button for the corresponding column.

 

  1.  Once the test items are moved into the correct columns, you can then follow the instructions above to Change the Test Session Date to the original session was administered.  When you are finished, click the Save button.
  2. Printing Test Session Details

    Click on a student's name from your class list, then select Test Title Name and scroll down to Sessions:

    1. Under Sessions you can Export all Test Session or you can download a single session. 

     

     

    1. The "Export” and “download" will be printed as PDF only.
    2. The PDF page header will print the date, subject tab, teacher (that administered the test) and class.
    3. All data shown in the test session details will display on the PDF (session number, duration, date, time, score, correct, incorrect, not tested questions and any notes that were recorded)
    4. Each page in the PDF will be numbered at the bottom-right

     

    Running a Subset Test 

    Subset tests can be run through the Details of a student's test.

    1. Click on a student's name from your class list, then select Test Title Name and scroll to Session:

     

    2. Select a Session Detail

    2. Select run Subset:

     

     

    3. Select any of the questions to run as a shorter test and click “Start Test”.  When you complete the subset test, the Pie Chart and Class Totals report will both show the results of the subset test as if the entire test was given.

     

    If you were testing the 26 uppercase letters, you could choose 20 subset test questions. If the student answered 7 questions correctly during the subset test, the pie chart on the Home Page would update to show that the student had answered 7 questions correctly.

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