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  1. Enter Monitor Scores

    On this page: General Information ♦ Feature availability varies by program. You can enter monitor scores to compare the scores entered by teachers and test proctors. This helps you to monitor the accuracy of score entries. This task is similar to handentering scores; however, these scores are entered by a noninvolved
  2. PearsonAccess Next - Florida

    Test Assignments Between Students Restart a Session Undo Student Test Submission Florida does not use the following features described in the user guide: Enter Scores for Alternative Student Tests Change Password for an Online Session Enter Monitor Scores View Scan of Test Paper Proctor Test Tickets Set Section Start
    Florida InformationSep 12, 2018
  3. Fraction Model

    by Equivalent Fraction When scoring by equivalent fraction, the scoring engine calculates the equivalent decimal value by dividing the number entered for Selected Segments by the number entered for Total Segments. The scoring engine calculates the students response the same way and compares the decimal values
    Pearson AccessJul 31, 2020
  4. Text Entry (Fill-in)

    , type in "comma." Correct Response(s) In this section of the Text Entry module, you will enter the correct response for each blank, select the scoring method … that the student is allowed to enter. Use Score By to select the scoring method. If exact string match is selected, the student’s response must be a characterforcharacter
    Pearson AccessJul 31, 2020
  5. Teacher Hand Scoring

    Teacher Hand Scoring provides teachers an opportunity to: Review student responses to assess student learning. Identify instructional needs and develop instruction, accordingly. Teacher Hand Scoring is available for only interim assessment, multiplechoice and constructed response items. Prerequisites Confirm your role
    Pearson AccessJul 07, 2020
  6. Train to Score

    Before you begin scoring, you must learn the scoring rules. Selected responses representing each of the possible score points are used in the training process. To train on the items you will be scoring, follow these steps. From the Educator Home page, select the stage you want to train on, as described in Select
    Arizona InformationSep 11, 2015
  7. Train to Score

    Before you begin scoring, you must learn the scoring rules. Selected responses representing each of the possible score points are used in the training process. To train on the items you will be scoring, follow these steps. From the main page, select the grade you want to train on, as described in Select a Grade. From
  8. Understand Scoring Online Support

    Welcome to the Understand Scoring Online Support This site provides information about the scoring process, trains you to score specific items, gives you … with the special information page for your program. The link to your program's special information page can be found on the login page for Understand Scoring
  9. DRAFT Scoring Widget

    Scoring Widget Coming Soon. The system marks a test attempt as scored when scoring is complete. Additional information coming soon. To view a general Dashboard and widget overview, see View Dashboard.
    Pearson AccessJul 20, 2020
  10. Understand Scoring - Arizona

    on the login page for Understand Scoring. To begin using the system, either log in or click Enter Educator Home from the login page. The latter gives you limited access … Welcome to the Understand Scoring Online User Guide Understand Scoring is designed to teach you about the scoring process, train you to score specific items
    Arizona InformationJun 21, 2018