2011_Study_Island_Teacher_Manual.pdf

Individual data for each user such as grade level

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individual data for each user, such as grade level, username, password, and demographics Block Other Material - feature that allows you to designate the material to which your students have access. Students will only be able to access Study Island topics assigned on the Class Page(s). Blue Ribbon the designation of topic mastery Building Block remedial material automatically generated when a student does not meet certain passing requirements Class a group or grouping of students created on the Class Manager Page Class Manager Study Island page where teachers can manage classes and create/edit assignments and class pages Class Page informational page created by teachers in Class Manager containing assignments, notes, etc. for students Class Properties settings chosen for each class by the teacher (e.g. game access, timer visibility, and remedial topic availability) Create New Topic - editor with which Custom Material can be created Classroom Response Systems (CRS) interactive handheld classroom devices which work in conjunction with the Study Island program Completed Assignment - assignment in which students have earned a Blue Ribbon in each included topic Custom Material questions created by teachers added into the Study Island program Database File - school-generated file containing student information used to register users in Study Island Default Password - school-chosen password given to all users upon registration if unique password is not specified High Score Table - record of high game scores achieved in game mode Homeroom - optional field used during registration to automatically place students in a class Import - method of registering users by uploading a database file containing user information Items - number of questions Lesson - brief topic overview LiveView - a real-time monitoring system that allows teachers to observe students’ progress as they work Mapping Fields - process of matching your database fields to recognized Study Island fields
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800-419-3191 [email protected] 28 © 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. Multiple Use Assessment custom assessment which is saved in the assessment library and can be shared, assigned to multiple classes and administered multiple times Not Trusted - setting designated by Admin that limits teacher functions and access to student data Off Grade Level - see ‘Building Block’ Owner - teacher or Admin in control of class Parent Notification - an automatic notification process designed to communicate student progress to parents via email Pass Topic - to pass a topic, a student must achieve a specified percentage correct while having attempted a minimum number of questions Passing Parameters - requirements to designate topic mastery; consists of minimum percentage and minimum number of questions Passport Stamp designation of topic mastery in My Island, the high school program Post Test non-diagnostic topic designed to determine subject mastery Pretest non-diagnostic topic designed to introduce users to the Study Island program Password List -
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