The Record Book integrates Star Early Literacy assessment data. It gives teachers the ability to view the date of each student's last assessment, the Scaled Score from the last assessment, the benchmark category based on the last assessment, and the Instructional Groups each student belongs to (if students have been assigned to one).
The Record Book lists all students in a class or group regardless of whether or not they have taken a test.
District level administrators and district staff can view any school, class, group, or student in the district in a Record Book.
School level administrators, school staff, and teachers can view any class, group, or student in their own school in a Record Book.
There are two ways to access the Record Book:
Click Record Book in the Important Features section of the Star Early Literacy Enterprise Home page .
Select Star Early Literacy on the Home page, then select Record Book .
Record Book links and options:
The following links are in the gray sidebar on the left side of the page:
- Return to Home: Go back to the Home page.
- Screening, Progress Monitoring & Intervention: View and edit benchmarks.
- Reports: Print a report.
Use the School drop-down list to choose the school you want to work with (if you are a district level administrator, district staff member, or are assigned to more than one school).
Use the Class or Group drop-down list to choose the class or group you want to view data for.
Click Legend to see a key for the available benchmarks.
Use the Sort by drop-down list to sort the information in the table: you can sort by student's names, ascending or descending Scaled Scores, test dates, or the instructional groups the students belong to.
When sorting by instructional group, the table is broken into separate sub-tables, one for each instructional group, with the median Scaled Score for the students in that group listed above it.
For any students in the Unassigned group, the median Scaled Score will not be shown.
Click Edit Instructional Groups to change the number of instructional groups and which students are assigned to them.