INTRODUCTION TO e-asTTle
SO YOU WANT TO ACCESS e-asTTle? You can just Google it – either ‘e-asTTle’ or ‘e-asTTle home’
Then you can just click on the link Home – e-asTTle DON’T CLICK ON THE LINK ‘e-asTTle Login’ It doesn’t work.
Enter your temporary password Then create a new password and confirm it, then click
The Change Password Confirmation page will be displayed. You now need to set challenge response questions.
Select questions from the drop down menus and type in your answers. Complete all 5 and click
WHAT IS e-asTTle? • e-asTTle is an online version of asTTle which stands for Assessment Tools for Teaching and Learning (He Pūnaha Aromatawai mō te Whakaako me te Ako). • It includes reading, mathematics, writing, pānui, pāngarau and tuhituhi, as well as e-asTTle Numeracy Project Assessments and several new features in response to feedback from teachers and principals who have been using asTTle v4.
WHAT DOES IT DO? • e-asTTle provides teachers, students, and parents with information about a student's level of achievement, relative to the curriculum achievement outcomes, for levels 2 to 6 and national norms of performance for students in years 4 to 12.
To assist teachers with tracking and identification of student achievement, each of these levels has been divided into 3 sub levels: • B Basic • P Proficient • A Advanced
WHO IS e-asTTle FOR? • e-asTTle was developed primarily as a ‘formative assessment tool’. • e-asTTle is for teachers of students in years 5–10 and curriculum levels 2–6. • Many schools using e-asTTle have found it to be a great tool for planning purposes, for helping students to understand their progress, and for involving parents in discussions about how well their children are doing.
WHY IS e-asTTle GROUND-BREAKING? • e-asTTle gives teachers a realistic picture of how well each student, class, or school is doing compared to the national average and the curriculum requirements (including curriculum levels). • It allows comparisons to other groups such as gender, ethnicity, English as a second language, or 'schools like mine'.
It is a good idea to use the on-line demonstrations to practice the how to use the web-site.
The Teacher demo helps you learn how to create tests, assign students and view reports.
e-asTTle Teacher Home PageWhen working within e-asTTle make sure you use either the buttons on the left hand side or the buttons along the bottom. DO NOT USE your browser arrow buttons.