Big changes have been made to TAG! It now offers a new, easy-to-use layout with enhanced functionality. The number of available items, tests and passages (based on your search criteria) will be listed by users type in the colored boxes at the top of the screen.
The 2017 content standards for ELA (K-8) and Social Studies (6-12) are available in TEKScore. In TEKScore Test Keys the standard will default to the […]
Changes to TEKScore now allow users to easily filter and edit scored test documents. This update also allows users to compare the scanned plain paper […]
TEKScore users now have the ability to select the number or answer choices that will appear on their plain paper answer keys. Please note, this option is only available on test keys that have not had any documents scored to them. In New Test Key or the Test Key Header…
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).
Did you know that DMAC has implemented multiple dashboards to help users access data quickly in different applications? TEKScore: Teacher Dashboards TEKS-based Heat Map Teachers […]
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.
Streamlined data entry and the ability to link items to multiple standards (i.e., TEKS, AP and ELPS)
Select your favorite passages in the TAG software application to make passages easy to locate when creating new tests. Select Favorite Passages Click on TAG […]
Teachers have a new way to view information in the TEKScore application as a Dashboard. Within a single screen, teachers can see scored tests, a […]