TVAAS FAQ-How do I export

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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
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11 slides to see visual examples of how to accomplish this task by
utilizing the TVAAS website.
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(B) You can go directly to slide numbers 12 and 13 where I included
all these steps in list format that you can review or print.
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Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
How to export and save your student's projected scores
(1) First log on to the TVAAS website
Link: https://tvaas.sas.com/
(2) In the blue menu bar located at the top of the TVAAS webpage, locate and select the "Export" option..
FAQ
How do I export projected TCAP scores from
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
(3) Then Under "Export Options" select "Data"
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How do I export projected TCAP scores from
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
(4) After the Data File Exporter window appears, locate and select the following report type, "Student
Projections". Then click "Continue."
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How do I export projected TCAP scores from
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
(5) The Data File Exporter window will update and reveal a list of data formats for exporting. Locate and select
"xls" for (Excel 97-2003 workbook).
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How do I export projected TCAP scores from
the TVAAS website?
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
(6) Next scroll down and locate the Projection Groups box. Within this box, find and select your current grade,
test, and subject (Ex: 8th TCAP Science is what I would select since I am an 8th grade science teacher).
(7) Then click the "Submit Request" option at the bottom of the screen.
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How do I export projected TCAP scores from
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
(8) If a confidentiality window appears, click "Ok".
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How do I export projected TCAP scores from
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
(9) An Exported Files window should appear, and under the status column it will probably say "processing". Give
it a minute or so to process your request.
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How do I export projected TCAP scores from
the TVAAS website?
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
(10) Then immediately beneath the Exported Files title, locate and click on the "Refresh List" option.
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How do I export projected TCAP scores from
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
(11) The Exported File window should update to reveal that your request is now ready for exporting.
(12) In the File Name column, click on your file that you want to export. Then you can open it and save it to your
computer as an Excel document.
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How do I export projected TCAP scores from
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
Note: TVAAS will only store your export document for 14 days, so it is important that you save
it to your computer as described in step 12 for future reference.
FAQ
How do I export projected TCAP scores from
the TVAAS website?
TVAAS
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
How to save your student's projected scores
(1) Log on to the TVAAS website
Link: https://tvaas.sas.com/
(2) In the blue menu bar located at the top, locate and select the "Export" option.
(3) Then Under "Export Options" select "Data"
(4) After the Data File Exporter window appears, locate and select the following report type, "Student
Projections". Then click "Continue."
(5) The Data File Exporter window will update and reveal a list of data formats for exporting. Locate and select
"xls" for (Excel 97-2003 workbook).
(6) Next scroll down and locate the Projection Groups box. Within this box, find and select your grade, test, and
subject (Ex: 8th TCAP Science).
(7) Then click the "Submit Request" option at the bottom of the screen.
(8) If a confidentiality window appears, click "Ok".
(9) An Exported Files window should appear, and under the status column it will probably say "processing". Give
it a minute or so to process your request.
(10) Then immediately beneath the Exported Files title, locate and click on the "Refresh List" option.
(11) The Exported File window should update to reveal that your request is now ready for exporting.
(12) In the File Name column, click on your file that you want to export. Then you can open it and save it to your
computer as an Excel document.
Note: All of the steps described above (1 to 12) should take no more than 5 minutes. .
FAQ
How do I export projected TCAP scores from
the TVAAS website?
TVAAS
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Source: TVAAS website as of June 2013
Title String: TVAAS, Reports, Export, Exported Files
Note: All of the steps described previously on the other slide (1 to 12) should take no more than 5 minutes. At this
point you can stop unless you want to refine the list as explained below (steps 13 to 14).
(13) Since the list will include all students for your grade level and test, you might want to go through it and delete
out students taught by other teachers.
(14) Also, you will notice that the report displays each student three times because it was predicting their likelihood
of being either basic, proficient, and/or advanced. In other words it includes a separate entry for each of these 3
achievement predictions. For growth/Teacher Effect Scores, you do not need these 3 achievement predictions, so I
suggest you go through and delete out two of the these predictions for each remaining student (it does not matter
which two). This will leave you with a list of all your students showing their predicted percentile scores for the 2014
TCAP test.
TVAASTherefore
website as ofthe
August
2013 below is merely a
Student scores are Source:
confidential.
example
How Do I Interpret and Use
Website String:
simulation
model.
None
of the score data displayed below
is real.
TVAAS
the Achievement Probabilities Data
FAQ
1) Log in to theTVAAS website,
Expressed in State %-tiles
Slide 14
2) Select the Reports tab
3) Future
Academic
Can Also
View and
Save Performance,
TVAAS Student Projections Via Individual Student Reports
4) School (Single Grade) Future Academic Performance,
5) select the grade level,
6) select the test and subject,
Report:
Student Projection Report
Student:
JohnII,
Doe
7) select either advance, accelerate
or02accelerate I,
Projection: 8th TCAP Science
8) select a student's
name,
99
9) select the subject,
90
80
10) select student
reports,
70
11) select student
projection reports
60
50
40
30
20
10
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Projection: 8th TCAP Science
Projected State Percentile
81
Probability of Success
Basic
Proficient
Advanced
99.9%
99.2%
55.1%