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 The Online Assessment System


www.georgiaoas.org

What is the Online Assessment System (OAS)?

The Online Assessment System (formerly known as the CRCT Online System) enables students in Georgia's public schools to access tests that consist of the same kinds of questions as appear on two of Georgia's end-of-year assessments, the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT), the End of Course Tests (EOCT), the Georgia High School Graduation Tests (GHSGT), and the Georgia Writing tests. The Online Assessment System (OAS) is available throughout the school year so that teachers can integrate testing on CRCT, EOCT and GHSGT subjects with their teaching of those subjects.

How does the OAS work?

The OAS provides immediate feedback regarding individual student and group performance on two types of tests, called Student Tests (which are created by the OAS) and Teacher-Created Tests. Students and parents have complete access to Student Tests. Teachers are able to use the OAS to create and assign Teacher-Created Tests. A teacher must assign a Teacher-Created Test to a student in order for the student to access that test.

How can the OAS be used?

The OAS can be used for a variety of purposes. Students can gain valuable experience in becoming self-assessors, learning to evaluate their own work and educational progress. Parents can see the kinds of questions their children will be asked to answer on the end-of-year CRCT, EOCT, Georgia Writing, or GHSGT assessments and monitor their children’s progress. Teachers can create customized tests as they complete instructional units or sequences of instruction. These tests can then be administered to individual students and/or groups of students to diagnose strengths and weaknesses, and to provide opportunities for enrichment and remediation. The OAS contains a large number of test items in reading for students in grades one through eight and high school, in English/language arts and mathematics for students in grades one through eight and high school, and in science and social studies for students in grades three through eight and high school.

How is the OAS accessed?

School systems assign personal login IDs and passwords to students and teachers at their schools for use at www.georgiaoas.org. These personal logins and passwords are necessary to access Teacher-Created Tests or to share results obtained on Student Tests. Parents and others without personal login IDs, however, can log on to the OAS using the generic login IDs and passwords for each grade, as given in the table below.

To see Student Tests for this grade:

Use this login:

Use this password:

1st grade

Grade1

Grade1

2nd grade

Grade2

Grade2

3rd grade

Grade3

Grade3

4th grade

Grade4

Grade4

5th grade

Grade5

Grade5

6th grade

Grade6

Grade6

7th grade

Grade7

Grade7

8th grade

Grade8

Grade8

High School

Gradehs

Gradehs

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OAS Presentations