For each of the following teacher resources, please click on the links below.
- e-asTTle cut-score tables
- e-asTTle Norm Tables: Reading and Mathematics
- e-asTTle norm tables: Writing
- Marking resources for e-asTTle writing (revised)
- PLD resources for e-asTTle writing (revised)
- Viewing e-asTTle reports in Internet Explorer
- Tips for online users
- e-asTTle and assessment for learning
The e-asTTle Cut-Score Tables enable the e-asTTle scores for reading and mathematics to be converted to curriculum levels and vice versa.
Note: There are no lower bounds for <2b and no upper bounds for >6a.
Cut scores and curriculum levels for e-asTTle Writing April 2013 can be found on the e-asTTle Help website.
The e-asTTle norm tables show the e-asTTle norms and curriculum levels expected for reading and mathematics by year level and time of the year.
Users should be aware that this is not an official document. It has been compiled in response to teacher requests. The mean curriculum levels come directly from e-asTTle writing. The curriculum expectations for Year 4-10 are the same as used for Reading which varies slightly from those used for Mathematics. The expectations for Year 1-3 have been extrapolated downwards from Year 4.
It is important when using e-asTTle in Internet Explorer to have the correct settings for viewing .pdf and .csv files. This document explains how to adjust your settings if you are having trouble viewing your reports.
This document has information on how to avoid some common problems with online use.
Tips for online users.pdf 127 kB
The development of e-asTTle continues the emphasis on assessment for learning and enhances the manner in which assessment information can be collected and used to help students learn. This document gives teachers advice on how to administer and use e-asTTle assessments to increase students' assessment capability and enhance their learning.
A glossary of terms commonly used in e-asTTle
e-asTTle Glossary.pdf 89 kB