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Full Assessments in Smart Response For situations where you would like to examine student data over time, or you would like students to answer multiple questions without stopping for review during the assessment, you will want to create a “full assessment” in Smart Response. The primary difference between “question-by-question” assessments and “full” assessments in Response is the presence of a title page. A title page signals to Response that the teacher would like the results of this quiz to

end up in the Teacher Tools area. A title page looks like this …

Title pages allow teachers to examine trends across a class or within a specific student's performance, data that ends up in one convenient place – the Teacher Tools area.

Assessment with a Title Page Full assessments will … prompt students to answer every question in the section (a paper copy of the quiz will allow students to move through the questions at their own pace). download the results to Teacher Tools and save it allow teachers to tag quizzes by “topic” (e.g. “vocabulary”, “comprehension”, “standard 1”, etc.) Adding a title page 1) Select “Response” and then “Insert title page”. 2) In the dialog box that appears, enter the appropriate information. “Title” is the title of your assessment “Subject” and “Topic” are like tags for your assessment. If you insert the topic “vocabulary” on vocab checks and “comprehension” on comprehension checks, you will be able to generate reports for each of those topics in Teacher Tools. 3) Click “Add” to insert your Title page Multiple assessments in one lesson Perhaps you would like to assess students both before and after your lesson activities. You may add two (or more) title slides in the same Notebook presentation and include the appropriate questions after each. Response will identify the different question sets as separate full assessments.

Full Assessments in Smart Response  

creating full assessments in Smart Response

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