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.
Teachers now have quick access to their student’s portfolio in DMAC. After a teacher logs in, their students will be listed on the main screen. When the teacher clicks on their students name, it will take them directly into Student Portfolio.
Reports featuring STAAR performance standards for students are now available in the TEKScore Performance Summary Reports. Teachers and administrators can access these powerful reports in TEKScore’s Instructional Reports. Click here for more information.
Texas educators can now use DMAC to create and organize LPAC documentation for individual students and committee meetings. The LPAC was designed by other educators to make the process of completing and organizing forms related to the LPAC framework much easier.
All schools are required to include unique TSDS ID numbers for both students and teachers in the class roster data files imported into DMAC. Any file submitted after October 6, 2017 without these numbers will not be uploaded into the system.
A Source Data report is available in our ever-growing list of custom data tools in lead4ward. This report allows users to view the number of items tested by Student Expectations (SEs). Additionally, it displays a compilation of related student expectations.
An option to edit user access in FormWorks is now available in templates. This feature allows assigned users to create new forms and reports using the template. Click here for more information on how to edit access.
Streamlined data entry and the ability to link items to multiple standards (i.e., TEKS, AP and ELPS)