In the Assessment Access section of System Management, District Content Administrators can manage users' ability to convert assessments into Checks for Understanding.
A Check for Understanding (CFU) is an online questionnaire for students to enter their responses and provide teachers with aggregate class data to broadly track student comprehension. This feature is intended as a formative method of assessment to help drive instruction and is not meant as a means for collecting grades for individual students. A CFU is created using a regular assessment from the Assessment Center and is shared with students via a web link. CFUs can be administered throughout the course of a unit, used as an "Exit Slip", or given as a unit pre-test to gauge students' prior knowledge.
When access is granted, the Check for Understanding section will appear for all district users on the Assessment Center landing page. Altering the controls within the District Assessment Settings table will automatically update all of the subsequent campuses, though District Admins may still customize each campus (if desired).
REQUIRED ROLE: District Content Admin
SITE ACCESS: System Management > TEKS RS Assessment Access > Assessment Settings
For guidance on how users create and manage Checks for Understanding, please see the Check for Understanding support guide section.
On the Assessment Access Management page, select the Assessment Settings tab.
In the District Assessment Settings table, a checked box means the associated category is turned ON, while an unchecked box means it is turned OFF.
For brand new districts, Check for Understanding is set to OFF as the default for My (Teacher) Assessments.
TURNING ON CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING FEATURE
To turn the Check for Understanding feature ON, check the associated box.
After doing so, the Check for Understanding section will appear for individual users on the Assessment Center landing page.
If Check for Understanding is turned OFF by unchecking the box, the Check for Understanding section will be hidden from users' view on the Assessment Center landing page. Therefore, users will be prevented from accessing any of its features.