Test administrator training modules
As part of the TEA’s ongoing efforts to improve security measures in the state’s testing program and to help ensure that test results are meaningful and valid, the Student Assessment Division has developed web-based training modules for test administrators. This online training, which currently consists of the three modules below, is optional but strongly recommended. It is designed to supplement the mandatory training required of all personnel involved in testing.
Note: training modules require a Flash enabled browser, and cannot be viewed on iOS devices.
STAAR Assessment Management System Webinar Training
Training webinars can include prerecorded presentations, FAQs, and more.
Webinar Trainings for STAAR Administration Activities and Interim Assessments
A series of webinar training opportunities for STAAR administration activities and interim assessments will be offered in 2018. Due to space limitations, district testing coordinators and technology coordinators who want to participate must register to attend these trainings. Space is limited to the first 500 registrants for each training session. Registrants will receive an email from email@example.com. Use the WebEx link provided in the email to log in to the webinar on the day of the training.
October 2018 Training Opportunity
- The Online Testing Preparation for December 2018 and Overview of the STAAR Online Testing Platform webinar will take place Tuesday, October 23, 2018 1:00–3:00 p.m. (CT). Select the link to register for this session. Webinar information and the registration link are also available at https://texasassessment.com/administrators/training/.
The Getting Ready for Your December 2018 Shipments to Arrive
- This webinar training will provide information regarding receipt of your December 2018 STAAR precode and test material shipment. The training will review the online material lists in the STAAR Assessment Management system, how to order additional materials, and information on district receipt of materials. The webinar will take place Wednesday, October 31, 2018 1:00–2:30 p.m. (CT). Select the link to register for this session.