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These sessions will cover doing Daily Attendance through StudentInformation.  It will cover entering attendance through various methods as well as printing attendance reports.

This in-service will cover adding fees to fee maintenance, mass assigning fees to individual students, adding fees to individual students, and entering fee payments.  Generating various fee reports will also be covered.

These sessions will cover current year’s CCP Dual Credit vs high school credits based on new State changes. Courses/ Master Schedule/ Student Schedule/ HQT/ College Earned Credit/ Progress book updates. Bring class lists/College lists with the students that are in dual credit course and/or should only be getting High school credit only. Sessions will include hands-on classroom instruction followed by work sessions, if necessary.

This class will assist in MASS loading course requests for students.  1) Show how to have the students log into the SIS/DASL system one time to select their own requests.  2) By grade level - Ex: all 9th grade need HS0101-English 9, etc.   Or 3) how to mass load from current year to next year requests. EX: Course HS0101- English 9 will go to NEXT year HS0102-English 10.  Sessions will include honds-on classroom insturction followd by work sessions, if necessary.

A new Discipline module will be available for the 2014-15 school year.  With this new module, teachers can be given access to create “referrals” regarding discipline from GradeBook.  Referrals can then be managed within StudentInformation by assigning policy/infraction codes and disciplinary actions.  Instructions will be given on how to enter referrals in GradeBook and manage discipline information in StudentInformation.

These sessions will cover staff/homeroom maintenance, master schedule maintenance, and scheduling elementary students into their respective courses.  These sessions will be work sessions with the goal being each elementary completely scheduled when they leave.  You must have student name AND student ID.

 

These sessions will cover how to run EMIS data collections.  We will start with prepping the data from SIS, extracting from SIS, loading into the data collector, running the collection, preparing the data, previewing the data, and submitting the data to ODE.   We will briefly discuss logging into ODDEX (SCR/SOES/History tabs).  These sessions are open to only to EMIS Coordinators with access to the data collector.

These sessions will cover End-of-Year state reporting.  These sessions are open to all personnel who will be required to enter data for June Student reporting.

These sessions are open labs where building personnel can come and add ESC courses into scheduling for EMIS reporting purposes.  Participants should bring a list of their district’s ESC students with them.  You must bring student name and student ID.

These sessions will cover October state reporting.  These sessions are open to all personnel who will be required to enter data for October Student reporting including building secretaries, EMIS Coordinators, counselors, etc.

These sessions will cover an overview of Gifted processing.  They will cover an overview of how NEOMIN mass updates gifted screening, entering/reporting of assessment and identification data, and running gifted reports.

Teachers will be given an overview of the Teacher Home Page and Class Dashboard, taking Daily Attendance, viewing Student Profile Information, GradeBook Setup, creating assignments and entering marks, posting interim and report card grades, how to generate a Class Progress Report, and Student Progress Report.  Instruction will also be given on ParentAccess as far as viewing information on ParentAccess, posting Homework and creating Class Information.

 

Please note the focus of this class is for teachers needing to give an OVERALL grade to a course.  This training does not focus on specific building’s standards based report cards or using the Standards Based Grid in GradeBook.

 

Prior to attending this training please ensure teachers attending this training have a ProgressBook username and password.  Teachers attending should have logged into GradeBook and ensure they have ALL the courses/sections available to them in GradeBook PRIOR to the training date.  If a teacher has any issues with courses/sections, please have them work with the building’s StudentInformation scheduling staff PRIOR to attending the training.

Each session will also cover how to create and maintain ParentAccess accounts in GradeBook.  Whomever will attending this training will need to have the role of School Administrator in GradeBook.  Therefore, please ensure the user(s) attending this training have this GradeBook role prior to the day of training.

These sessions will be an overview of the report card process in StudentInformation.  This session will discuss calculating quarter GPAs, generating report cards, and various reports that can be generated that pertain to report card grades/marks.  Instruction will also be given how to generate an honor roll report in Excel that could be sent to the newspaper.  These sessions will NOT include ProgressBook GradeBook training.

These sessions will cover the pre-scheduling process.  Topics include school details, staff maintenance, room maintenance, and course maintenance.  Session will also cover adding student course requests.  All high school and junior high scheduling personnel MUST attend the pre-scheduling session prior to attending Scheduling sessions.  Sessions will include hands-on classroom instruction followed by work sessions, if needed.

These sessions will cover the process for creating and maintaining users in StudentInformation and Gradebook.  For Gradebook Administrators, the session will cover opening and closing reporting period dates, creating classes for coaches/ special education intervention specialists, and maintaining teachers created through integration.  NOTE:  This session is limited to 1 or 2 individuals per district.  Users who register must have the proper security to run all of the above processes prior to arrival.

To help assure our districts are receiving the maximum amount of funding that they are entitled to for special education students, NEOMIN is offering a training session for all staff who are involved in the entering/reporting of special education data.  This training session will focus on the reporting of special education data in EMIS and is designed to help improve the understanding of the EMIS special education reporting process.

If your building is interested in learning about how to implement standards based report cards in your building or if teachers would like to use the gradebook to track assignments/grades and then post grades/marks to the appropriate standards based report card these sessions will cover these points.  Principals, administrators, and lead teachers would be the target audience for these sessions.

These sessions will cover logging into the ProgressBook Suite – Gradebook, StudentInformation, and Special Services. After logging in, the focus will be primarily on StudentInformation. Users will learn how to navigate around through the various menu types. They will also learn how to query to find individual and groups of students. They will also learn about the StudentInformation Help Menu and Management Queues. This session is recommended for all users who will be utilizing the StudentInformation System.

These sessions will cover the following:  Administrative Homeroom Report (R201-A), Student Roster Reports (R101-A, R101-B, R101-B By Homeroom), Class List Formatter Report (R703), Download Class List via EZ Query, Shared Student Data (JVS/Home) via EZ Query, SIS Student Search via EZ Query, and creating mailing labels in MS Word using data created via the SIS Student Search.

These sessions are open labs where building personnel can come and do work at NEOMIN with NEOMIN assistance.  There are no set topics.  Please register in advance so that the appropriate people will be available to assist you.

This course will cover creating both an express and a standard report through the Ad Hoc Reporting System.  The training will cover pulling information contained in one view as well as combining information from two views.  This training session is limited to EMIS Coordinators only.

This course will cover advanced topics including adding counts, sums, and formulas through the Standard reports in the Ad Hoc Reporting System.  We will also cover pulling information together from more than two views.  This training session is limited to EMIS Coordinators only.

This course will cover the new Grad Points Summary.  The intended audience is high school guidance counselors, principals, and/or secretaries who are responsible for tracking the number of points required for graduation for the Class of 2018 and beyond.

From Software Answers:

"In response to ODE’s new high school graduation requirements, and to help districts keep tabs on each student’s progress toward graduation, ProgressBook StudentInformation now features a ‘Graduation Points’ page. The Grad Points Summary screen gives users an overview of the progress the student in context is making on state minimum credit requirements and graduation pathways. The Industry Credential and Workforce pathway will be updated in our next release (due in January 2017).

From the summary screen, users can drill down to each subject area to see completed courses earned or courses currently in progress, or scheduled courses.

On the State Assessment Pathway screen, for each subject assessment, you can see if the student took a course requiring an End of Course exam and if so, the number of points earned. This page also indicates if the student did not take an EOC exam, or if a transfer student has been prorated in an assessment. Grad Points also provides a way to override course requirements for students who are exempt for a subject area requirement, and it handles exemptions for SpecialServices students.

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