How to Enter Data

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This article explains how users can enter data for students in their classes and additional helpful features.

Entering Data: The Basics

Step 1

To access the Spreadsheet view, navigate to the Gradebook for a class. You may need to select the class if you have more than one.

Click grade book

Step 2

Select the tab for the program that includes the assessment.

Click tab

Step 3 and 4

Part and Link

Click the part of the assessment — this is generally the unit, module, or the assessment. Then, click the name of the assessment.

Step 5

Spreadsheet  Enter date

Clicking the name of the assessment opens the spreadsheet for data entry. After entering a score, you will be prompted to select the date the assessment was given. This is important to enter correctly, as it dictates the proficiency calculation. It can be changed later.

As you enter data, the spreadsheet will change colors to show proficiency per question. When all of the answers are entered, the total will reflect an accurate overall proficiency.

spreadsheet

Entering Data: Features to Know

Beyond the basic spreadsheet functionality, Forefront has additional features to help teachers effectively collect data.

Interview Tool

For assessments given as interviews, the interview tool is helpful for assessment administration and scoring. For interview assessments, clicking “Interview” opens a view where the script of the assessment and the rubric are accessible in one place. You can select the correct score from here, and it will feed into the spreadsheet. As you assess, add notes by clicking the note button (circled).

Interview

Notes

All assessment questions can have notes added to them for more comprehensive data. Note entry can be accessed two ways: by pressing “N” while in the spreadsheet view, and from the side navigation.

Notes  Notes

Want to see how to view assessment data after it’s entered?

How to Look at Class-Level Data

How to Look at Student-Level Data

 

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