Activity: Take a Test as a Student
  • Navigate to the Home Base Demo Site by Clicking Here. (This link will open in a new tab.)
  • Use the student log in information provided to you on the card you are given.
  • Once you are logged in as a student, type the passcode provided to you on the pink card in the box on the left hand side under the heading Take a Test.
  • After the test has loaded, click Start Test in the lower right corner and complete the test. Be sure to click submit at the end of your test.
  • Once you have submitted your test, stay logged in as a student and review your results by clicking on the review button for the CCSA Session Amerson test in the list below the heading Latest Scored & Completed Tests.

Information: Tools

QRC - Creating Assessments

QRC - Administering Online Assessments

QRC - Scoring Open Ended Responses

QRC - Item Types: Inline and Matching

QRC - Item Types: Hot Spot

Activity: Create Questions or a Test

  • Practice creating questions or a test in your own Home Base account. You can create a test without scheduling it for you students. If you do not have access to your own Home Base account, you can use the teacher log in information provided for you on your card to practice creating questions or tests - Training Site.
  • For Sign in With, use the drop down menu to choose Home Base Training District.


Using Home Base to Support Formative Assessment Guide

Related PowerSource Resources:

Distance Learning Modules
Administering and Scoring Online Assessments.
Creating Assessments.
Mastery In Minutes Modules
Creating an Assessment Question.
Creating an Express Test

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Agenda - Formative Assessment - Tools - Reports - Reflection

“The resources provided during the course of this NCDPI training have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing resources available, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these resources are the exclusive resources for the purposes outlined during this training."