Helpful Resources for Ohio's Online Assessments

O.D.E.: Ohio's Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities (AASCD)
This page provides an overview of and a link to the Ohio Alternate Assessment Portal, along with other helpful resources.
O.D.E.: Student Practice Resources - Student Tutorials and Tools
The Ohio Department of Education provides a number of technology tutorials that teach the skills students will need to be able to complete online test questions.
Ohio Assessment Systems
Multiple portals to state testing information for educators, students, and parents. Student practice and/or sample questions and other important resources are provided.
OhioMeansJobs Assessment and Training Center
OhioMeansJobs provides practice and tutorials for the improvement of academic and other skills. Select "School Center" at the top of the page for subject-specific practice. Scroll to your subject and grade level on the left side of the page, find the appropriate link, and launch the practice session. Users must set up an account and a Backpack in order to save their work. Click here to learn more about setting up an account.
Student Practice Tests
This is the student practice site for the AIR Test. Students may log in as guests in order to access available practice tests.

Other Helpful Resources

Edcite is a free, interactive formative assessment tool that teachers can use to help students practice Common Core standards. There is a large library of previously created content. Read more below:

Edulastic is a free tool that teachers and students can use to search for, create, and take technology-enhanced online assessments. These are aligned to state and/or Common Core standards and mirror a variety of state assessments (e.g. PARCC, AIR, etc.). There is a large database of previously-created, shared assessments or there is an assessment authoring tool for teachers who want to create their own.