Recently you may have noticed some minor changes to the printing tab in Test Management. Now you will find a checkbox to print the assessment including the questions, answers and standard alignment for each question. To do this, click the checkbox and then click “Print Test Document”. This is a great option as a final check of your assessment including answers and alignment prior to Publishing.
For those who would just like the answer key to an assessment, there is now an option to print an Answer Key only. To print an Answer Key only, click on “Answer Key” at the bottom right. This will give you an answer key similar to the one below.
In addition, If you would like to work with the assessment without the tables and other formatting that is in place, you can also choose “Preview and Print Test” option to open the assessment in a new browser tab. Copy and paste the assessment into a new MS Word document so you can edit and customize as needed.
When printing tests in CTLS, teachers now have multiple options for printing to allow editing in a less structured document. A new option has been added to allow teachers to be able to edit the Microsoft Word document without the tables in a free-form style that is structured exclusively with paragraph and style formatting for easier editing.
Want to create a test with questions from a different grade level? Well, now we can in CTLS Test Management! For example, you may want to create a pre-assessment in math at the beginning of the year that contains items from more than one grade level to get baseline data.
Now when you create assessments, you can select from other grade level standards and elements. Check out the step-by-step directions for this exciting new enhancement.
Welcome back! As everyone is preparing for the new school year one thing you won’t have to prepare are assessments if they were created in a previous year! Also, as a new enhancement, you can now copy and move assessments into different subjects and courses! Follow the directions below to locate an assessment from a prior year and create a copy and/or move the assessment to the current school year and subject.