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Editing Scores

Who can do this with default capabilities?

  • District Level Administrators/District Staff: any class or school in the district
  • School Level Administrators/School Staff: any class in their school
  • Teachers: any of their own classes

  1. On the Star Custom Home page, plans that have at least one completed, scored assessment will show a number in the Scored column . Select one of these plans.

  2. Assessments that have been completed and scored for at least one student will show a number in the Scored column . Select one of these assessments.

  3. Any students who have finished the assessment and have had that assessment scored will have that score shown . Select the score for one of those students, and then select Review/Rescore in the pop-up window .

  4. You will see a summary of that student's work on the assessment, including a chart at the bottom showing the student's progress learning each of the skills covered by the assessment. From that summary, there are two ways to edit the student's score.

    1. Select an assessment item on the bottom of the page .

    2. You will see the selected item, including the number of points the student earned on it . Use the drop-down list to change the number of points the student earned.

    3. If necessary, select another item to edit the score for . When you are done editing scores, select Return to Summary . The student's total score will automatically be recalculated based on your changes.

    4. When you edit scores on an item-by-item basis, the chart at the bottom showing the student's progress learning the skills covered by the assessment will automatically update.

    1. Select Edit Score .

    2. In the pop-up window, change the total score for the assessment, either by typing it in the field or using the arrows on the right side of the field to raise/lower the score.

    3. Select Apply Changes , or select Cancel to close this window without saving your changes.

    4. Editing the total score for an assessment does not change the number of points student earned on each individual item.

      Changes to the total score for an assessment are not tied to the individual skills covered by the assessment; therefore, editing the total score will not change the student progress chart at the bottom of the page. To update the student progress chart, individual item scores need to be edited (see "Item-by-Item" above).

  5. When you are done editing student scores, select Done in the upper-right corner.