Information for Test Administrators and Teachers. This is a sample presentation that can be adapted for use by a school. Today’s Agenda. Roles and responsibilities Resources What’s new for 2011-12. Overview of Online HSA P rocess for TAs and Teachers. Get Your Password.
This is a sample presentation that can be adapted for use by a school.
Get Your Password
Conduct Online Assessment
Register users and update student info
Online TA Certification Course
Interactive Item Tutorial
Prepare for assessments
Test Administrator Training Site
Test Administrator Site
Student Testing Site
Plan and Manage Testing
Key Responsibilities of Test Administrators:
A user guide for the TIDE system and an overview of technology requirements are also available via alohahsa.org.
Students must take each Online HSA content area assessment within 45 calendar days and may take each assessment up to three times.
Online Hawai‘i State Reading, Mathematics, and Science Assessments are available in English and Hawaiian. Assessments in the Hawaiian language are to be used only for grade 3 and 4 students in the Hawaiian Language Immersion Program (HLIP). HLIP students will be pre-set as taking the assessments in the Hawaiian language based on their enrollment status Only the AIR HelpDesk can edit the Language field. TCs cannot set their language status in TIDE, and TAs cannot select an alternate language during testing.
TCs can also block students from testing in a particular content area in TIDE (for example, if a student was found to be cheating, he or she may be blocked from additional testing opportunities in that content area).
All Online HSA Assessments
Online HSA Mathematics