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Editing or Deleting an Intervention

Who can do this with default capabilities?

District Level Administrators, District Staff, School Level Administrators, School Staff, Teachers

Students who require additional help need to have interventions and goals set. Interventions and goals are set for individual students, and can only be set after a student has taken his or her first Star Math test.

Note: Teachers who have had the Manage Star Math Screening, Progress Monitoring & Intervention capability removed can only set up and edit intervention goals for their own students.

Interventions are accessed from the Student Details page. There are two ways to reach this page:

  1. Click Star Math on the Home page, then click Screening, Progress Monitoring & Intervention.

  2. Click the Progress Monitoring & Goals tab , and use the School drop-down list to choose a school, if necessary.



    For advice on setting goals, click Learn more about goals on the Progress Monitoring & Goals tab.

  3. In the Search for Student area of the screen , you can enter all or part of a student's name in the appropriate fields to use as search criteria, or you can enter the student's ID number. You may also use the Grade or Class drop-down lists to narrow your search to students in a particular grade or class.

    For teachers who have had the Manage Star Math Screening, Progress Monitoring & Intervention capability removed, choosing All Classes from the Class drop-down list will only return search results from their own classes.

  4. Click Search .
  5. A list of students matching your search criteria will be presented . Students who fit your search criteria but have not taken a test yet will have a dash shown in place of a PR score. Click the name of a student.
  1. Click Star Math on the Home page, then click Screening, Progress Monitoring & Intervention

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  2. Click the Screening Status tab to make sure you are using the Screening Status view and use the School and Class drop-down lists to choose a school and class, if necessary.

  3. Click Preview in the row for a grade . A grade will not appear in this list until at least one student in that grade has taken a test.

    For a teacher who has had the Manage Star Math Screening, Progress Monitoring & Intervention capability removed, a grade will not appear in this list until at least one of that teacher's students in that grade has taken a test.

  4. On the Screening Preview page, click View Students in the row for a category to view the students that are in that category.

  5. On the View Students page, click a student's name to go to the Student Detail page.

Once you have reached the Student Detail page for the student, you can:

  1. Click Edit Goal (or click on the existing goal itself ).

  2. Your choices for the next option are based on whether the student took a test after the goal was set:



    • If the student has not taken a test since the goal was set, click Change duration or goal of existing intervention .
    • If the student has taken a test since the goal was set, click Set up new intervention and goal . (This option will not be available if the student has not taken a test since the goal was set.)
  3. In the Intervention Name field (in the top row of the Intervention Details table ), you can type a new title for the intervention (maximum of 100 characters). This title will appear on any Student Progress Monitoring Reports created for the student.

  4. Select the date you want the student to reach the goal by . You can either type in a date or use the calendar button to select one.
  5. In the Goal section, use the Starting test drop-down list to choose which test should serve as the student's starting test information (the date of the test and the student's Scaled Score and Percentile Rank on that test).

    The Starting Test drop-down list is only available if there is more than one test. Otherwise, the date of the only test available is shown.

    For additional information about the scores and the functions they serve in the Screening Report and Student Progress Monitoring Report, click Interpretations & Guidance at the top of the Intervention Details table .

  6. Click Calculate Goal .
  7. After values for the goals have been calculated, select one of them for the student .

    • The Moderate goal tells you how many Scaled Score points the student would need to gain every week to have an SGP of 50.
    • The Moderately Ambitious goal tells you how many Scaled Score points the student would need to gain every week to have an SGP of 66.
    • The Catch Up/Keep Up goal means different things depending on if a student is estimated to be below proficiency, at proficiency, or above proficiency within the next 3 years.
      • For students estimated to be below proficiency within the next 3 years : The goal tells you how many Scaled Score points the student would need to gain every week to achieve minimum proficiency ("catch up") within the next 3 years.
      • For students estimated to be at or above proficiency within the next 3 years : The goal tells you how many Scaled Score points the student would need to maintain his or her current proficiency level ("keep up") within the next 3 years.

    The Move Up/Stay Up goal means different things depending on if a student is estimated to be below proficiency, at proficiency, or above proficiency within the next 3 years.
    • For students estimated to be below proficiency within the next 3 years : Students estimated to be below proficiency within the next 3 years cannot have a Move Up/Stay Up goal.
    • For students estimated to be at proficiency within the next 3 years : The goal tells you how many Scaled Score points the student would need to gain every week to move above proficiency ("move up") within the next 3 years.
    • For students estimated to be above proficiency within the next 3 years, but below the next higher state achievement level : The goal tells you how many Scaled Score points the student would need to gain every week to continue rising above proficiency ("move up").
    • For students estimated to be above proficiency and at or above the next higher state achievement level within the next 3 years : The goal tells you how many Scaled Score points the student would need to gain every week to continue rising above proficiency ("stay up").
    • Students in a state that doesn't have a state cut score will not have Catch Up/Keep Up or Move Up/Stay Up goals.

      Some goal types may be unavailable for some students in the following circumstances:

      • Expected growth for some students is less than 0 Scaled Score points per week. In this circumstance, please choose an available goal type or set a custom goal.
      • Some students are not expected to reach the estimated threshold above state proficiency within the next 3 years. In this circumstance, please choose an available goal type or set a custom goal.
  8. You can also set a custom goal by using the drop-down list to choose Scaled Score or Percentile Rank, entering the goal for the student, and clicking Calculate Goal.

    Jacinta has taken her first Star Math test. Her Scaled Score (SS) is 399 and her Percentile Rank (PR) is 39. The teacher sets up an intervention and goal for Jacinta to reach in 8 weeks.

    • If the teacher wants to set a goal based on Scaled Score (SS), the teacher selects Scaled Score from the drop-down list, enters the SS Jacinta should reach within 8 weeks (for this example, 425), and then clicks Calculate Goal. The number of SS points Jacinta's score needs to increase by every week will be displayed (3.3 SS/week), as well as the PR score that is equivalent to the goal of 425 SS (48 PR).

    • If the teacher wants to set a goal based on Percentile Rank (PR), the teacher selects Percentile Rank from the drop-down list, enters the PR Jacinta should reach within 8 weeks (for this example, 53), and then clicks Calculate Goal. The number of Scaled Score points Jacinta's score needs to increase by every week will be displayed (4.3 SS/week), as well as the SS that is equivalent to the goal of 53 PR (437 SS).

  9. When you have finished entering all the data for the student's intervention and goals, click Save . To leave this page without saving any of the data, click Cancel .
  1. Click Delete Goal .



    Be careful: once you delete a goal, all references to it will be deleted. Be very certain that you want to delete it.

  2. After you delete a goal, you can add or edit goals, or click Done if you are finished.