e-asTTle Information

Support information for the Ministry of Education Assessment Tool called e-asTTle.

Overview

e-asTTle is an online assessment tool, developed to assess students’ achievement and progress in reading, mathematics, writing, and in pānui, pāngarau, and tuhituhi.

The reading and mathematics assessments have been developed primarily for students in years 5–10, but because they test curriculum levels 2–6 they can be used for students in lower and higher year levels. The e-asTTle writing tool has been developed for the assessment of students in years 1–10.

e-asTTle provides teachers and school leaders with information that can be used to inform learning programmes and to apply teaching practice that maximises individual student learning. Schools using asTTle have found it to be a great tool for planning purposes, for helping students to understand their progress, and for involving parents in discussions about how well their children are doing.

e-asTTle is the first bilingual (English and te reo Māori) assessment tool to be developed in New Zealand.

Application link

e-asTTle is at: https://e-asttle.education.govt.nz/SCWeb/login.faces

Application roles

School staff must use their own ESL user account with a valid e-asTTle Role to be able to access e-asTTle. 

Role nameDescription
Teacher View student and group details. Assign test to students. View and create tests and reports
School Principal Provide access to maintenance functions for Principals or school leaders.
School administrator Create and maintain student and group details (in e-asTTle).

How do I get access?

Please contact your school’s ESL Authoriser/Delegated Authoriser to have the appropriate role assigned to your ESL user account, or to receive an email invitation for a new ESL user account (if you do not have one), the accept an invite process is available here

If you are not sure who your ESL Authoriser/Delegated Authoriser(s) are then please check with a colleague, your principal or manager.

How do I Logon?

School staff must use their own ESL user account with a valid e-asTTle Role to be able to access e-asTTle. 

1. Click on the Application Logon Links at the top of this screen and select Logon to e-asTTle

2. You will be taken to the Education Sector Logon screen.

3. Enter your ESL Username and ESL Password and then select the Logon button.

4. You will be taken to the homepage of e-asTTle.

Support

Further information about e-asTTle is available:

e-asTTle Professional Learning Development Support

e-asTTle PLD Information for schools and kura

Evaluation Associates holds the contract with the Ministry of Education to provide nationwide support for schools using the e-asTTle assessment tool. e-asTTle stands for Electronic Assessment Tools for Teaching and Learning, and we work with schools to enable them to get the best out of the tool so that the results can truly enhance teaching and learning. Our facilitators have wide knowledge and experience of e-asTTle, having worked with hundreds of schools across the country to improve their e-asTTle knowledge and use.

For e-asTTle application support, contact the Education Service Desk