Opening Star CBM Lectura
To start, select Star CBM Lectura on the Home page; then, select the option you prefer:
- Record Book & Assessments: Select this when you want to administer Star CBM Lectura assessments, set goals, and see student scores and progress.
- Data Insights: Select this to see an overview of how many students have been screened, how many have completed CBM assessments, how many are proficient, and how many have moved up to a higher benchmark category (by class, grade, school, or district).
- Historical Extract: School-level administrators and district personnel have this option. Select it to go to the Export Student Data page, where you can generate a historical extract file that gives you Star CBM Lectura data in a comma-separated value (.csv) file format. The historical extract gives you student scores and benchmark information for all Star CBM Lectura assessments taken in the selected school years. For more information, see the historical extract information in Exporting Student Data.
- Preferences: Select this to go to the Preferences page to choose settings for the district, school, class, or students (depending on your role in the software). Star CBM Lectura preferences include the Star CBM - Audio Recordings preference at the district level (which determines whether audio may be recorded and how long recording are retained) and the Star CBM - Record Audio preference (which determines whether audio may be recorded for each student).
- Resources: Select this to go to the Star CBM Lectura Resources, which include assessment administration instructions, family resources, and information about scores, benchmarks, and the development of the Star CBM assessments.
If you are a teacher and you don't see a Star CBM Lectura tile, ask your software administrator to make sure that Star CBM Lectura, Star Elementary, Star CBM Reading, or Star 360 is one of the products assigned to your class. Students in your class should also see a Star CBM tile once Star CBM Lectura has been assigned; if they don't, make sure the students are assigned to your class, and contact your software administrator if they are not.