What a little birdie told us
week of September 16, 2013
"I know you can be overwhelmed, and you can be underwhelmed, can you ever just be whelmed?"
- Take a deep breath and relax- you have a whole team here to support you.
- Make a list- having a to-do list each day helps you stay focused and on task (no Minecraft until the list is done)
- Phone a teacher or advisor- We love to talk to our students and we want to help you! That is why we are in education. :)
The importance of SCANTRON......
11th and 12th graders......
How to get to the ISLAND?
go to www.studyisland.com
Username: YOUR STUDENT ID@ohva
If you need your student ID, please call or kmail your advisor!
Mark your Calendars....Support = Success
The week of September 23....
Meet OHVA staff face to face to support you and answer your questions!
Many locations throughout the state! Check the link below for a location/time near you!
HOW TO RECORD FACE TO FACE EVENTS
Don't forget to mark the time at a Face-to-Face event in your weekly attendance log!
Creating a Report and Using the Study Island Benchmark Test results for parents:
Parents/Learning Coaches and students can view their benchmark assessment scores at any time by creating a report. Parents must log into the students’ account using the student username and password to create and/or view a report. Please follow the directions below to create a benchmark assessment report.
Creating a Report and Using the Study Island Benchmark Test results:
- Log-in with the student account
- Click on My Reports
- Select Individual Summary Report
- Click on Benchmark Total – this produces an individual benchmark report for the parent for the subject
- Look at the % correct the student received in each of the areas (the # refers to how many questions were asked for each standard)
- The student should do extra practice on the standards in which they scored low—the parent can get an idea of specific indicators for each topic by looking at the completed lessons in the student account for each subject and which ones the students have received blue ribbons. (70% correct on total questions) The lesson topics without blue ribbons should be the highest priority in working toward mastery and/or extra practice.