Administrator User Guide: The Standard Tab

The Standard tab is used to create and view standards.  Standards are concise and specific descriptions of an organization’s expectations of and goals for its students. Standards can be aligned with rubrics to allow correlations to be made between these defined expectations and student performance. A standard set contains a group of standards that are related to each other. To create a standard, a standard set must first be created to contain individual standards.

To create a standard set:

     1. Click the Hierarchy button located at the top of the page.
     2. On the right side of the page, click the Standard tab.
     3. Highlight the tier in which the standard set will be added. To highlight the tier, click on it.

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     4. Click the Create New Set button.
     5. In the Set Title text field, type in a title for the standard set.
     6. In the Set Abbreviation text field, type in an abbreviation for the set.
     7. Click the Save button.

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To create a standard:

     1. Click the Hierarchy button located at the top of the page.
     2. On the right side of the page, click the Standard tab.
     3. Highlight the tier in which the standard will be added. To highlight the tier, click on it.
     4. In the standard set list, click the Create New Standard button below the title of the set to which a new standard will
         be added.

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     5. In the Standard Title text field, type in a title for the standard.
     6. In the Standard ID text field, type in an ID for the standard.
     7. In the Standard Description text field, type in a description of the standard.
     8. Click the Create button.
     9. Repeat the above steps for each standard.
 

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