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How to Interpret the Single Assessment Report

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No matter what learning objectives, targets, or standards you’re assessing—it’s not easy to track student performance. You will get more accomplished with real-time analytics on your side.

 

Single Assessment Report

The Single Assessment Report is available with teacher Premium or Enterprise subscriptions. This report gives a deep analysis of a single assessment. There are six views of data in this report that analyze the information by individuals, classes, schools and districts as well as by question, standard, domain and student.

 

You will find this report on the Reports tab from the left navigation bar.




“Done Status”

Before you start collecting data, assessments must be in DONE status for Assessment Level Reports.  Scores are typically immediate, however occasionally there is a short lag time (1 hour or so) before reports are fully populated.

The assessment for a class is marked as “Done” when:

  1. You have graded all students in the class who submitted the assessment
  2. You are not expecting any more students in the class to work on the assessment (i.e. the assessment is closed for students).  

*Teachers or admins (for common assessments) can mark an assessment as done.

When assessments are complete teachers and admins have access to four report categories from their Reports tab. 

 

Start By Filtering Data

To begin, filter data by selecting Refine Results in top right corner. Select by school year, course, assessment type and assessment titles, then begin with the Assessment Summary.





Assessment Summary:  Statistical overview of the assessment.  Teachers get a high level summary of data.  District and school admins can compare the data by school, teachers, classes (admin)



Peer Performance: Analysis across cohorts such as classes, schools, gender, race, etc.  Adjust results to show data based on proficiency band, percentages or raw scores.



Question Analysis:  Breaks down data for each item on the assessment.  The bar graph identifies average score for each question, average time spent, etc.  Data is organized by most troublesome questions first.  

The table data below includes district and class analysis, standards, etc.  Select the question number (highlighted in blue) to scroll through each student’s answer to the question.




Response Frequency:   Breaks down the performance by question type, such as multiple choice or numeric, to easily identify the types of questions that are most tricky for the students.  In addition, this report identifies the answers most frequently selected by students - including the wrong answers to help correct misunderstandings.  The threshold “warning sliders” allow the alert indicators to to be adjusted according to preferences.  

For example, a teacher can slide the indicators to alert when less than 40% of the students got an answer right and more than 20% of the students selected the wrong answer.   


 

Performance by Standards:  This report breaks down the scores according to the standards assessed.  It allows for developing strategies to address problem learning objectives.




Performance by Students:  Breaks down the performance on the assessment by individual student.

 

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