Training Webinar Recordings (now includes Microsoft Excel Training Resources)

NOTES: Webinars' minute:second durations are listed (in parentheses). To pause, jump ahead or move back within one of the Training Webinar Recordings, you will need to use the features available in the bar at the very bottom of the window in which the recording is playing (see screenshot below). If you cannot see this bar at the bottom of your screen, either use your Internet menus to view the window in Full Screen mode or use the scroll bar on the righthand side of the recording window to scroll down.

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Cognos (Administrative access only)

The recorded webinars below will help you answer the following 2 key questions:
  1. How can I access graphs showing patterns and historical trends in students’ proficiency or growth on the MCA, NWEA MAP, AIMSweb tests at the grade, school or district level?
  2. How can I access graphs and tables showing the number and percent of students at each Fall, Winter and Spring benchmark NWEA MAP, AIMSweb or Scantron screening that are on track to be proficient at the end of year?
  3. How can I access graphs and tables showing patterns and historical trends in students' attendance, behavior, grades and test data at the grade, school or district level?

iCue

The recorded webinars below will help you answer the following 3 key questions:
  1. How can I access individual student data on the MCA, NWEA MAP, AIMSweb, Scantron or Explore/Plan tests for my class, grade, school or district to help identify whether most of my students are meeting standards and which students are not meeting standards?
  2. How can I access a complete standardized test history including MCA, GRAD, NWEA MAP, AIMSweb, Scantron and Explore/Plan data for an individual student all in one report?
  3. How can I access individual student attendance, behavior, grades and test data for my class, grade, school or district to help identify hether most of my students are meeting standards and which students are not meeting standards?

Other

The groups of recorded webinars below will help you answer the following 3 key questions:
1. How can I use technology tools (e.g., Microsoft Excel, AIMSweb or Chart Dog) to monitor whether at-risk students are growing in response to the supplemental instruction I am providing?

Basic features in Microsoft Excel that will make your life easier

Directions for using basic features

One Microsoft Excel feature that will change your life

Sample AIMSweb data file

Using Microsoft Excel for progress monitoring

Using AIMSweb and Chart Dog

2. How can I access and use websites with online intervention resources tailored to student performance on the subskill strands of the NWEA MAP or MCA tests?

3. How can I make better sense of the results of standardized tests and use them to improve data-driven decision-making within my grade, school or district?

Pearson Webinar Series: Conversations About Assessment

    Below is a link to a public page of the AIMSweb website with recordings of each in a free series of 7 webinars conducted by Dr. Mark Shinn, Professor of School Psychology and noted Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) and General Outcome Measurement (GOM) expert, called Conversations about Assessment that focuses on assessment and relevant topics in today’s education system.

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