New York

The Dynamic Learning Maps® consortium has defined the following roles for participants in administering assessments. Select a role below to narrow the list of resources.

• Test Administrator (teacher or other qualified examiner)
• Assessment Coordinator (supports assessment implementation; supports test administrators)
• Data Steward (manages student and enrollment data, Educator Portal user accounts)
• Technical Liaison (manages DLM technology requirements for a school or district)

Accessibility Manual NY (pdf)​
provides guidance on the selection and use of accessibility features. Updated 02/23/16

Assessment Coordinator Manual NY (pdf)
supports Assessment Coordinators in preparing district and school staff for testing. Check below for an Appendix Updated 05/18/16 

Data Lockdown Resources
resources to assist approved users submit changes during the data lockdown period Updated 05/17/2016

supports Data Stewards with managing user, student, and roster data in Educator Portal.

helpful links for parents who want to learn more about the DLM system

Key webpage with resources, job aids, and videos to support Test Administrators

add students to Educator Portal. Newly updated for 2015–16

supports facilitators in accessing DLM required test administration training and support resources.

helps users access DLM required test administration training.

DLM webpage with links to KITE client downloads, plus information on troubleshooting, local caching server, bandwidth, and more

add rosters to Educator Portal

names and numbers of schools and districts in New York. Updated 03/02/2016

introduction to DLM for teachers

supports Technical Liaisons in preparing schools for the technology needs of the DLM assessment.

remove students from Educator Portal

DLM webpage with breaking news on test administration activities. Subscribe today!

add users to Educator Portal. Newly updated for 2015–16

aligns chronological ages to grade levels

Test Administration Manual NY (pdf)
supports Test Administrators in preparing themselves and students for the DLM assessment.  Customized for New York: Updated 03/22/2016