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Contact your data manager to obtain a teacher account in the KReady system. You can also contact Ohio K12 Help to set up a teacher account for training/professional development.
Contact your KReady (ELA/KRA) trainer toobtain your Site PIN for professional development.
Visit http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Data/Ohio-Educational-Directory-System-OEDS and follow the instructions listed in the Assigning Roles document.
Building administrator access is provided by your assessment data manager.
Follow the guidelines listed in these documents
The teacher should assess where possible and report the data collected. Additionally, to teacher could connect with the previous school and collaborate with the previous teacher of the student.
In the case when a student is receiving related services without an assigned teacher the specialist or therapist should administer the ELA.
No. Parental consent is not required to administer the ELA.
Teachers will convey the reason codes to the data managers and the data managers will submit the codes to the EMIS coordinator.
Follow the guidelines listed in this document OH ELA State Student ID Unique Identification Naming Convention or Assignment of Unique Student Identifier for Students with no SSID – (KRA)
The data manager will need to manually assign the data collection to the student. View this video for steps on how to do this. Assigning Data Token Manually.
View the data collections assignments in the KReady System by following this path:
organizations > view districts > view locations > view students > open a student and click the data collection assignments tab.
If the student has the data token assigned it will appear here. You can also pull the Data Download Report - Enrollment - and see if the POA is with your district/school."
The originating district must load the assessing “external” teacher with their current email and license number but use the originating district IRN and building IRN.
Yes, NS is considered a score option and the “X” should appear in the Completion by Item Report if NS has been entered for an item.
Data Managers will add scores data to their Student Information System (SIS) and that information will be transferred to EMIS based upon their individual platform process and the EMIS submission guidelines. See the EMIS Manual for more details.
Transfer requests are generated when data managers upload the student file using the Bulk Loader. The enrollments file must be loaded if new students have been added to a district and the district needs to assign the students to the new teachers. The templates for adding students and the enrollment file are located in the Bulk Loader section of the KReady System. Please view the “KReady Student Transfers Quick-guide” document for an overview of the transfers process.
Internal transfer requests within districts will not appear on the Transfers page. Districts will handle these with their own internal process. The data manager can open the student record and change the Point of Authority (POA) within their own district.
If a student has been added to the system successfully using the enrollment file, you can transfer the student to a new building in the same district by loading the student file with the new school IRN and loading a new enrollment file to assign the student to the new teacher. Be sure to remove the student from the original teacher assignment.
A Point of Authority (POA) error is typically the result of an incomplete or pending transfer request. Please confirm that transfer requests are cleared and ensure that the requests from other districts have all been approved or declined.
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