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Bespoke Frameworks: Editing a framework


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In this tutorial we're going go through how to edit a bespoke framework once it's been saved on Tapestry. If you haven't already uploaded a bespoke framework, this tutorial will walk you through it. 

We'll start by accessing the Assessment Frameworks settings, which can be done from the Control Panel (1), Settings (2) then Assessments (3).

 

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Next, find the saved framework you'd like to amend, and click on 'Edit'. Here I'm going to edit my Progression Step 1 framework. 

 

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Once you've pressed 'Edit' you'll be taken to a screen where you can amend the different elements of the framework. At this stage it's important to note that if you edit an element of an enabled framework that's already used in an observation, then this edit will reflect in the observation. For example, changing the name of a Detail that's been selected in an observation will rename this Detail in the observation, and deleting it will remove it from the observation. 

But let's get back to it. So, the first section is to edit the name and description of your framework. If you want to make any changes simply click into the relevant box and amend the text. If you make a change, you'll see a green 'Edited' badge appear (1).
 

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Next, you can make changes to the Scale, which is what you use to assess your framework against. If you have no Scale at the moment then you can add one if you'd like to (1). Or if you already have a Scale, you can make changes to it by clicking on 'Configure Scale' (2). A Popup box may appear for you to make your changes so just remember to click 'Save' if this appears to save your edits.
Once an edit has been made you'll see the 'Edited' badge (3) to confirm. And you can always undo your Scale edit if you've made a mistake or change your mind (4).

 

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Moving on from the Scale, you can then edit the Details. These are the elements that make up the bulk of your framework, such as titles, statements, objectives, etc. These can be edited by either adding a new Detail (1), or by amending an existing Detail by clicking on its cog (2) and then the relevant action (3).

 

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The badge (1) will show to indicate that a change has been made. To undo any changes you've made, click on the 'Undo all detail changes' button (2).

 

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The final section you can edit is the Components, which is where you tell Tapestry how each Detail should look and behave. You can add a new one (1), or edit or delete an existing Component (2).

To make a change, a popup box will appear. So again, remember to press save at the bottom of the popup box to apply the changes. After editing, you'll see the Edited badge (3) to confirm a change has been made to that Component. Should you want to revert back to the Components' original configuration then click on 'Undo' (4). 

 

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After you've made any changes, at the bottom on the page you'll see a 'Discard all changes' (1) button. You can press this if you want to undo all of the changes you've made to the framework since last saving. Or if you're happy with the changes and want to save them, then simply select 'Save Assessment Framework' (2).

 

 

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If you leave the editing page at any time without saving then rest assured you won't have lost any of your changes. Back on the Assessment Frameworks page you'll see that your bespoke framework now has edits that need to be reviewed. This means that the edits won't reflect within current or new posts until you have reviewed and saved them. 

 

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And that's it! If you're having trouble or require any further assistance with this, contact us at customer.service@eyfs.info and we'll be happy to help.

 

 

 

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