What are the Universal Screener Testing Windows?
The Universal Screener assessment is used to identify readiness for on-grade level instruction. It is typically administered three times a year; though it may also be used on an ongoing basis as part of an RtI model.
The screener testing windows (Fall, Winter, and Spring) are set at the district level. Those dates can be found by navigating to the Progress Monitoring page, then hovering over the Calendar Icon in the top right corner.
How do I assign the Universal Screener?
Note: The Universal Screener is not assigned by teachers; rather, it is enabled by a district administrator for students to access. Please see below for more information. Overview The Universal Screener assessment is used to identify readiness for ...
Universal Screener State Alignment
Classworks Universal Screener assessments for reading and math address state standards for grades K-10. The table linked below provides the standards information by state, subject, and grade level. Select your state standards in the drop-down to view ...
How do I know which students have completed the Universal Screener?
Students Who Have Completed the Screener View Individual Student Results 1. Navigate to the Progress Monitoring Tab and use the Universal Screener filter on the left-hand side to narrow down the students you wish to view. 2. Students that have ...
What are the Universal Screener Assessment Scaled Score Targets?
When using multiple forms of an assessment, there will be variations in scores across forms and from one test administration to another. These variations make it difficult to compare students’ scores across test administrations and over time. ...
Using your students’ Universal Screener Results to predict their performance on State Tests
Understanding where students are with their learning and how they may perform helps you make informed decisions about students’ interventions. Assessments that identify students at risk or in need of interventions better prepare you to support those ...