Accessing   Student   Grades   &  Feedback   | J  umpRope   FAQs   for   Families!   R.W.   Traip   Academy   Open   House   |  September   2016  Welcome  back  everyone!  Do  you  have  questions  about how to track your student’s progress?  Follow  along  with  this  guide  to  find  out  how  to  save  time  and access need to know information.  Feel   free   to   leave   your   email   address   to   be   sent   a  copy   that   includes  h   elpful   links!    Step   0.5)   Before   We   Begin...    Q:   OK,   OK   ­  I’ll   take   a  first   look   at   the   kiddo’s   grades.   Is   there   a s   uggested   browser  t o   use?   A:   Absolutely.  G   oogle   Chrome   (click   the   hyperlink   to   download)   is   the   best   technological   fit.    Q:   I’ve   never   logged   in   to   JumpRope   before.  W   here   do   I  go   next?  A:   To   access   the   JumpRope   Student   &  Parent   Portal,   please  c   lick   here  o   r   visit   Traip’s   website.    Q:   Wait   a  minute   ­  what   exactly   is   this   ‘J   umpRope’   anyway?  A:  JumpRope  is  our  Proficiency  Based  Learning  (PBL) student information system. This web  portal  serves  the  same  purposes  as  your  old  friend  Infinite  Campus,  but  delivers  the  information  in  way  that  best  fits  the  PBL  assessment  model.  (i.e.  Scoring  competencies  on  a  scale   of   1  to   4  tailored   to   our   school’s   specific   needs   ­  customization   is   the   key!)    Step   1)   Signing   In   ­ W   here   Do   I  Start?    In  the  text  boxes,  enter  in  your  student’s  full  first  and  last  name.  Some  student  logins  do  require   the   student’s   middle   name   within   the   first   box,   but   please   consult   advisors   to   make   sure!    Under  password,  enter  your  student’s  five  digit  JR  Portal  password.  An  important  note  ­  all  log­in  numbers  are  randomly  created  and  assigned.  If  you  do  not  have  access  to  this  information ,  please   make   sure   to   email   either   of   the   following   contacts   for   the   student   portal:    First   (and   Best)   Option:   Your   student’s  a   dvisor   (listed   both   on   IC   and   their   student   schedule)  No   Luck?   Second   Option:   Email   our   school   JumpRope   administrator,  N   ancy   Embry    Not   seeing   the   image   below?   Contact   our  J   R   administrator   ASAP   to   correct   any   login   issues! 

   

   

Step   2)   Navigating   the   Portal   ­ W   hat   Information   Should   I  Pay   Attention   To?    Your  two  main  sources  of  information  on  the  portal  are  the  Grade  Alerts  and  Current  Grades  tabs.  Please  refer  to  the  screenshots  below  for  a  visual  reference!  If  something  doesn’t  look  right,   don’t   hesitate   to   contact   our   JR   administrator   using  t  he   Support   menu   at   top   right.     The   Portal:  W   elcome   ‘Dashboard’   (Once   Signed   In) 

    First,  access  the  Current  Grades  tab  to  explore  both  overall  course  grades  (PBL  ­  4.0  scale)  and  individual assignments (formative or summative) attached to any PBL courses. Please keep  reading   for   more   details   on   how   to   access   and   understand   this   feature   of   JumpRope!    Current   Grades :  All   Courses   (Overall   academic   mastery   scores  o   nly ) 

    Each  course  ‘drop  down’  menu  (the  arrow  to  the  left  of the portal icon) contains lots of valuable  information.  First,  you  can  view  your  student’s  averaged  Academic  Mastery  (course  competencies)  and  Habits  of  Work  competency  scores  by  course.  These  averages  are  composed of several individual competencies that help make up our growing PBL curriculum. To  see   how   to   open   up   these   more   detailed   scores,  c   heck   out   the   visuals   below! 

   

Helpful   Hint:   Follow   the  A   lgebra   1  course   lines  t o   see   the   changes   as   the   levels   open   up!    First   Level:  C   ourse   Averages   (For   a q   uick   look   at   overall   student   performance) 

    Second   Level:  C   ourse   Standards   (Clumping   competencies   in   logical  g   roups ) 

    Third   Level:  C   ourse   Competencies   (The   beginning   of   the   good   stuff   ­ l ooking   for   3.0s   here! ) 

      We’re   almost   there...keep   scrolling! 

   

Fourth   (and   Final)   Level:  I ndividual   Class   Assessments   (The   place   to   be   for  a   ll   the   details! )  

    Q:  H   old   on   ­  there   are   two   types   of   assessments   listed.   What’s   the   difference   between   them?  A:  Remember ­ summative assessments hold the true weight within the PBL model! (i.e. think  projects,  labs,  papers  or  tests  of  varying weights ­ Weight 1.0 ) Many lessons build toward these  larger  assessments.  Formative  assessments  serve  as  valuable  feedback  for  both  students  and  teachers.  These  do  not  directly  impact  the  academic  mastery  score  BUT  are  weighed  heavily   in   both   Habits   of   Work   scores   and   the   preparation   process   for   summative   assessments.    Step   3)   Bells   and   Whistles   ­ W   hat   Else   Can   Help   Me   Track   Student   Progress?    The  portal  offers  to­do  lists  that  are  tailored  to  each  student  based  on  what  they  have  (and  haven’t)  submitted  to  teachers  at  Traip.  Another  feature  available  to  you  is  the  Grade  Alerts  tab.  U   se   this   as   a  quick   reference   when   deciding   where   making   progress   at   home   can   begin!    Grade   Alerts   ­  Missing   Assignments,   Etc. 

    And there you have it! Please don’t hesitate to ask our team about JumpRope, the PBL model,  or  what we can do to help. This new portal might take some getting used to, but accessing this  information   correctly   is   well   worth   your   time   and   effort!   Thanks   for   reading   ­  now   get   to   it! 

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