[NHDOE-ETNews] ET News: OPEN NH offers free online Smarter Balanced District Test Coordinator Tutorial
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Tue Feb 17 10:59:11 EST 2015
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ITEM: OPEN NH offers free online Smarter Balanced District Test Coordinator Tutorial
Based on the face to face AIR trainings in early February, this OPEN NH online tutorial will provide you with some basic knowledge of the Smarter Balanced Test and how to coordinate and administer the test using the AIR developed NH Smarter Balanced Assessment Portal.
To access, go to www.OPENNH.net<http://www.OPENNH.net>, select NH Department of Education under Self Paced Tutorial Category, and click on the Test Coordinator Tutorial.
Or you can access it directly here: District Test Coordinator Tutorial<http://www.opennh.net/course/view.php?id=448>.
The tutorial uses You Tube video and documents shared in Google Drive, so access to both these resources is helpful.
For those without open access to these online tools, PDF Documents and notes are also available for download in the tutorial.
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