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Using eteacher to complete the ontario report cards dr jennifer barnett january 26 2007

Using eTeacher to complete the Ontario Report CardsDr. Jennifer BarnettJanuary 26, 2007

FYI: On my homepage, under Methods – if you look under Presentations:

Class 16 explains how to fill out the Junior Report Card and the Elementary Intermediate Report Card. (Primary is the same as Junior.)

Class 17 reviews the Secondary Report Card for both semester and non-semester schools.

For both classes, my detailed lessons are posted under Classes.

and

Under Resources, Class Work, there is a handout which you can print off which takes you step-by-step through what we are doing today.


Workshop agenda
Workshop Agenda

1. A Quick Review of the Ontario Report

Cards (if necessary)

2. Using eTeacher to complete

Reports (Demonstration –

please follow along on your

computers)

3. Hands-on (We are here to help

you)

Dr. J. Barnett /eTeacher&ReportCard Workshop /January 26, 2007


Step One: Entering the Students(sometimes you will have a computer technician who will enter the names and your profile for you.)

  • In your Education Menu, under Assessment and Planning

  • Go to e-teacher.exe or eTeacher 3.5

  • Password is start21

  • Click ‘set up’ – on the left

  • In the drop down menu, click ‘preferences’ and make up the data

  • You have 5 minutes

Dr. J. Barnett /eTeacher&ReportCard Workshop /January 26, 2007


  • On the left, click ‘class list’

  • At the top, click ‘class profile’ – here is where you let the computer know what subjects you will be teaching this class.

  • Click on ‘Create new Profile’ and set a grade for the class’ – So we are all ‘on the same page, if you are in IS choose a grade in the elementary panel.

  • Select: Homeroom, Language Arts, Math, French, Science and Technology, Social Studies (K-6) or History & Geography (7 & 8), Health and Physical Education, Music, Visual Art, Drama & Dance

  • In the right hand corner click the button beside the word ‘Optional Subjects’. Click the boxes for subject one and enter either Religion, Computers, Instrumental Music, Outdoor Education or Resource. Click on the button beside the word ‘Required Subjects’.

  • click on ‘update’ (if you have never been in here before the update button usually will not appear)

Dr. J. Barnett /eTeacher&ReportCard Workshop /January 26, 2007


In the top right corner, click ‘students’; Under Add New Student, click in the ‘by class’ box and change it to P1* (or the last P in the drop down menu).

  • Please watch me for a minute

Dr. J. Barnett /eTeacher&ReportCard Workshop /January 26, 2007


Click ‘add new student’Fill in the data Click add student at the bottom – the computer will place the student in in alphabetical order by last name. It will return to the add student screen to allow you to add more students to this class.

Your turn…

  • Make a class of five students

    For example,

  • TaClaz, San (male)

  • Dant, Stu (male)

  • Mee, Olive (female)

  • Know, Ida (female)

  • Anmee, Justu (male)

    If you wish, feel free to use this list

You have 5 minutes

Dr. J. Barnett /eTeacher&ReportCard Workshop /January 26, 2007


Step 2 the report card
Step 2: the Report Card

  • On the left side bar click on ‘report’ and then in the drop down menu click on ‘report card maker’; you should see a list of all the subjects you teach with the profile name you gave the class indicated in front of the subject with the grade behind.

  • This is the Menu.

  • Click on one of the subjects that you will teach this class (should have a P1* in front).

Dr. J. Barnett /eTeacher&ReportCard Workshop /January 26, 2007


Please watch
Please Watch

  • Across the top are the views or formats in red (Comment, Report Card, Subject View, List View) as well as Menu in blue (takes you back to the last screen)

Dr. J. Barnett /eTeacher&ReportCard Workshop /January 26, 2007


Your Turn:Using List View, add marks for one subject (5 min)

Dr. J. Barnett /eTeacher&ReportCard Workshop /January 26, 2007


Step 3 creating comment banks
Step 3: Creating Comment Banks Report Card, Subject View, List View) as well as Menu in blue (takes you back to the last screen)

  • Click on ‘Menu’

  • On the left, click on ‘Comment Builder’

  • Click on ‘New Comment’

Please Watch

Dr. J. Barnett /eTeacher&ReportCard Workshop /January 26, 2007


  • To add comments Report Card, Subject View, List View) as well as Menu in blue (takes you back to the last screen) to the report:

  • Menu

  • Report Card Maker

  • Choose subject from list

  • Choose ‘List View’ from the top and

  • enter the marks for the class

  • Choose ‘Comments’ from the top

  • Make sure the subject box in the

  • middle is correct

  • Click on the level beside the grade

  • In the comment library, click on flag. Say Yes.

  • Clear flags.

  • Go to another student and repeat until you have done 4, 3, 2, 1 and R.

  • To see the Report Card, go to Report Card at the top

  • To make comments, go to:

    Menu

    Comment Builder

    Choose a subject you taught

    Make your level 3 comment. Copy it.

    Click on Create Comments

    Click on New Comment

    Make your level 2 comment – name the same

    Put a qualifier (from the right – add capital)

    Paste

    Edit as appropriate

    Repeat for level 1 and level 4

Attendance, Learning Skills / Behaviours and Final Comment are completed by clicking on Menu and choosing Homeroom as the subject.

Attendance can also be entered by looking at the top of page one on the Report Card view. Here you can also click the student’s progression.

To quit, go to Menu, click the red Quit button (bottom left)

Your Turn – we are here to help 


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