Account roles TIDE are based on one's jurisdiction. For example, a district user can users or students pertaining to his or her district while a school-level user can only see users or students included in the school or roster.
School Coordinators have general oversight responsibilities for all administration activities in their school and for all Proctors (PRs) or Teachers (TEs), which is not limited to:
- adding Proctors (PRs) and Teachers (TEs) in TIDE;
- identifying PRs/TEs and ensuring they are properly trained;
- coordinating with PRs/TEs so they administer all assessments and monitoring test progress through reports;
- entering and/or verifying test settings for students; or
- creating rosters for PRs and TEs so they can proctor tests or view scores (TEs only).
If you are a teacher or administrator who is responsible for training, account management, roster creation, testing (including appeals) for all schools in your district, you should be given a TIDE account as a School Coordinator (SC).
If you are a teacher who proctors tests in multiple schools and needs access to student reports, you should be given a TIDE account a Teacher (TE) user role with access to only the specific schools you are testing or reporting. Although you may proctor a test for any student in school, you will only see that student's results if you and the student are in the same roster.
If you are teacher who proctors tests across multiple schools and do not need to see student reports, you should be given a TIDE account as a Proctor (PR) user role with access to only the specific schools you proctor. You may proctor a test for any student in the school(s) you are affiliated with in TIDE. The PR role should be only explicitly assigned if a user should not have access to score report data otherwise all users should be given the TE Role.
For more information, refer to the User Roles and System Access document available on the portal. If you need your TIDE role updated, contact your district or school coordinator.