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Review the Knowledge Standards and align them with your specific course materials, activities and lesson plans.
Identify possible Industry Partners/guest speakers who can support the skills and knowledge taught in your classroom. You will gain support for your programs by showing students the relationship between industry needs and their future.
Share the Knowledge Standards with your students at the beginning of the course. Show them all the fun and exciting things that you will be learning throughout the duration of the course. Remember, the Knowledge Standards align with your course materials that they may also function as part of your course syllabus. Refer to the standards throughout the length of your course.
Our assessments may be used as a benchmark to help identify your students’ background knowledge and to gather data that will show student growth over the course.
The Student Score Report/Proctor Standard Report provides you and your students with a breakdown of their individual percentage score by standard. Students can receive their own report that can be used in conjunction with the Knowledge Standards as a guideline for improvement.
Our Single Assessments are great alternatives to continue to measure student growth and provides students the opportunity to earn a certificate if they already have the specific skills and knowledge outlined on the Knowledge Standards.
The Student Score and Proctor Standard Reports will again be available. (see above)
End of Course:
The same Knowledge Standards that you shared with your students at the beginning of the course can now serve them as a study guide for their exam. Having the ability to breakdown each standard to the objective and indicator level provides an excellent outline to the information they are required to know.
A Post-Assessment can be linked to a Pre-Assessment to generate data the highlights student growth in the Summary Suite Report.
If you weren’t able to provide a Pre-Assessment, no need to worry. Your students can still earn a certificate with our Single Assessment and you will still be able to gather data through the Proctor Standards Report.
For those students who may not earn a certificate on their first attempt, an assessment retake is available. This is as simple as creating an additional Single Assessment test code and assuring the appropriate waiting period has passed.
The Precision Exams standard retake policy is as follows:
24-hour waiting period from the initial assessment to the 1st retake
Three-day waiting period from the 1st retake to the 2nd retake
Seven-day waiting period from the 2nd retake to the 3rd retake
Tying It All Together:
Once your students have submitted their exam the Student Score Report and Exam Certificate will be available for you to print and provide to your students. The Career Skills Certificate clearly and easily provides proof of the knowledge and skills your students learned in your course. Students should be encouraged to use the Knowledge Standards to list proficiency on their resumes with prospective employers and college applications.
A large variety of data can be generated from our Reports Tab within your proctor page. This information includes:
Registered Student ID’s, score, percentage, time spent, and exam date. (Details Report)
Individual student score reports
Number of questions and points per standard and individual student breakdown percentage per standard. (Proctor Standards Report)
Comparative analysis of student growth, and multi-course analysis. (Summary Suite Report)
For additional help with these and other commonly asked questions, check out our FAQ page, visit our Resources page, or call and speak with one of our live customer support team members at 800.470.1215.