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  • eIRLA Quick Start

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    The eIRLA is an online formative assessment tool that monitors eac

    students progress using the Common Core State S

    You will access the eIRLA from within

    embedded feature. Since you are already using SchoolPace,

    will be very easy to adopt.

    Logging In to SchoolPace:

    1. Open a web browser and go to http://www.schoolpace.com

    2. Click the login link at the top of the screen.

    3. Log in with your username and password.

    Navigating to the eIRLA:

    Once you are logged in to SchoolPace, you are

    see your students listed. Click on the Open the IRLA butt

    students IRLA level to open the eIRLA to your stude

    The five sections of the eIRLA are listed along the le

    the main window: Overview, Entry Requirements,

    Comprehension, Foundational Skil

    Next Level.

    Clicking one of the links

    an assessment will contain

    Overview Page:

    The Overview page contains the Learning Focus, K

    Requirements, and Exit Requirements.

    eIRLA Quick Start The eIRLA is an online formative assessment tool that monitors each

    students progress using the Common Core State Standards.

    within SchoolPace, as it is an

    e already using SchoolPace, the eIRLA

    http://www.schoolpace.com.

    link at the top of the screen.

    username and password.

    ace, you are in your classroom, and you will

    lick on the Open the IRLA button under the

    open the eIRLA to your students current level.

    The five sections of the eIRLA are listed along the left side of

    Overview, Entry Requirements,

    Comprehension, Foundational Skills, and Transition to the

    one of the links will take you to that page of the eIRLA. Each page of the eIRLA

    will contain different sections relating to at least one Common Core

    The Overview page contains the Learning Focus, Key Common Core State Standards, Entry

    Requirements, and Exit Requirements.

    Each page of the eIRLA pertaining to

    Common Core State Standard.

    ey Common Core State Standards, Entry

  • eIRLA Quick Start

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    Entry Requirements, Comprehension, Foundational Skills

    In the assessment sections (Entry Requirements,

    Comprehension, Foundational Skills, and

    Transition to the Next Level), the relevant

    Common Core State Standard is listed in the

    column to the left of the assessment.

    Each skill is preceded by a star, which is used to

    designate a Power Goal. Each student can have

    one Power Goal.

    The right two columns contain links for Evidence,

    Skill Checks, the score for each skill, the date it

    was last modified, and the subtotal for that

    section.

    Using the eIRLA:

    1. To add evidence for any Requireme

    date will automatically update once you cl

    Evidence. Evidence is not necessary to score a R

    recommended that evidence be used to

    Requirement.

    3. If a student has met the Requirement,

    right of the screen to verify this. (Note that

    not give points toward Standard mastery; they are

    that the student can begin reading independently at

    eIRLA Quick Start Entry Requirements, Comprehension, Foundational Skills, Transition to the

    (Entry Requirements,

    Common Core State Standard is listed in the

    Each skill is preceded by a star, which is used to

    . Each student can have

    The right two columns contain links for Evidence,

    Skill Checks, the score for each skill, the date it

    was last modified, and the subtotal for that

    equirement, click on Evidence. Your name and

    date will automatically update once you click on the button Add

    necessary to score a Requirement, but it is

    recommended that evidence be used to support the scoring of a specific

    2. To perform the assessment, look for the A

    under the Evidence link. Click to view the date of and data from the

    last assessment. There are many types of assessments in the eIRLA;

    Power Words is one example.

    equirement, click yes in the box to the

    (Note that Entry Requirements do

    tandard mastery; they are just verification

    that the student can begin reading independently at that level.)

    the Next Level Pages:

    he assessment, look for the Assessment link

    date of and data from the

    es of assessments in the eIRLA;