Appraisers have the ability to upload pdf and image files to dimensions in Walkthroughs and Observations. Administrators have the option to conduct walkthroughs using ANY mobile device with an internet connection (e.g., iPads, iPhones or Android devices).
DMAC allows schools to import home language survey data into the DMAC web-based LPAC application from a student management system (i.e, TxEIS, Skyward). Click HERE to view requirements for upload. In LPAC click Imports and complete contact information.
An easy way to locate students who have not been given or have not taken an assessment in DMAC, is available in DMAC Exports. Customize the export of your state and local data included in DMAC as a .csv format. This application is free to all users.
To simplify the T-TESS process, Appraisers are able to select teachers to be assigned to them. In T-TESS click Settings > Observation Required Click star […]
LPAC Users are able to schedule and complete progress monitoring in DMAC in a few easy steps. Click HERE to watch a short video detailing the process. The LPAC application allows the LPAC committee to maintain
documentation in a cumulative folder in DMAC.
In an effort to to simplify the LPAC committee meeting process, parents are now given the ability to digitally sign LPAC forms. The LPAC application allows the LPAC committee to maintain documentation in a cumulative folder housed in DMAC.
Appraisers have the ability to select if an observation is required in T-TESS for a teacher for the current school year. From the toolbar at the top, click Settings > Observation Required. Click Y or N to activate account for Teacher. Click here for more information.
TEA provides districts with interim assessments for grades 3-8 Math and Reading. Students begin with Part 1. After completion, students are routed to a corresponding Part 2 based on their Part 1 performance. Contact the DMAC Help Desk (866.988.6777) for assistance.
Users can now easily access the scoring portion of Test Keys in TEKScore. After saving the Test Key, click Scoring Tab to change the range or the weight (factor) of a question. For rubric-based questions, enter range in the first column (e.g., ‘2’ would have the choice of 0 = no credit; 1=partial credit; 2=full credit).
From the top navigation bar in the LPAC application, click on Dashboard to quickly identify groups of students. Narrow your search by Campus and/or Grade and select totals within the various categories (i.e., Language Surveys, Parent Approvals, ESL, etc.) to view individual students names.