Once assessment results have been uploaded, either by scanning, GradeCam™, or online administration, the data can be viewed in a variety of ways. One of the Predefined Reports is the Standard Analysis report. The Standard Analysis Report displays student level data by individual standard for the selected assessment. It also includes personalized resources that can be assigned to students for re-teaching, extra practice, or extension.
Where to Start
- Go to the Grid, then select Reports.
- The default setting shows the list of Predefined Reports under the orange tab.
- Click on the Standard Analysis name in blue or on the view icon (eye) to the far right to go to the Standard Analysis Report. Note the description statement for this report.
Standard Analysis Report
District level user shown.
- Assessment Name and Summary data.
- Change Roster: Click the down arrow to select a different roster year.
- Change Assessment: Click the down arrow to select a different assessment.
- Search Filters: Search filters depend on User role. Click Refresh after making selections.
- Filter Students: Click here to view data for student groups or demographic groups.
- Views: All Standards (default view) and STOP Standards.
- Full Screen: View the report in full screen mode.
- Download icon: Export report to PDF (2 layouts), Excel, or CSV format.
- Chart Settings, Chart Type, Edit Chart Labels, Chart Full Screen: Various charts are available.
- Show Graph: A bar graph showing the average percent correct for each standard may show automatically as set in District Default Settings, or in My Preferences. Check the green box to hide the graph or check the open box to display the graph. (Hover over each bar to view the standard details.)
- Color Scale: When viewing results by Mastery/Non-Mastery, a color scale may be added as set in My Preferences.
- Time Spent: Show or hide the time students spent on items for each standard.
- Demographics: Show or hide default demographics of EL, Special Ed, and Ethnicity. (Information displays to the far right of the report.)
- Averages: The overall district, campus, or teacher average is listed directly above student results specific to the role level. Check Averages to view all available averages for the assessment.
- Proficient/Not Proficient: View student results as Mastery or Non-Mastery with or without Color Scale. By Performance Levels: View student results by Performance Levels as set in District Default Settings.
Select the Assessment Name to view an online preview of the assessment.
- Create Group: Create a student group based on the results of the report. Please see the Help document, Groups: Creating a Student Group, for more information.
- Use the Standards menu to determine if all standards or a specific standard set should be displayed.
- Key: Mastery/Non-Mastery or Performance Levels: Each acts as a filter. Click on one level to show only those results below.
- Student Search Box: Enter a student’s last or first name and click on the magnifying glass to view results for that student.
- Student results: ID #, Name, Level Tested, Overall Raw Score, Overall % Correct, Individual Standards results showing % Correct, Raw Score (RS) with number of items, and Time Spent (TS).
- Use the Arrow icon on the header rows to sort the data in the the columns.
- Assign Resources: Resources aligned to each standard may be assigned to students based on their performance on the assessment.
If Preliminary score is set to ON in District Defaults, when a score is incomplete due to un-scored CR/WP items, a red asterisk will display next to the student’s name.
View by Proficient/Not Proficient and Color Scale
Mastery/Non-Mastery without the Color Scale, scores at or above the Standards Mastery Percentage will show in green, and scores below the mastery percentage will show in red (see Key). Note: If not locked by the district, the Standards Mastery Percentage and associated colors may be set in My Preferences
Mastery/Non-Mastery with the Color Scale highlights scores as a range of colors between the minimum value of 0%, the midpoint of 50%, and the maximum value of 100%. The Color Scale can be set in District Default Settings, and if not locked, can be modified in My Preferences.
View by Performance Levels
If allowed by District Default Settings, student scores may also be viewed as Performance Levels, shown in the Key. The Performance Levels, cut points, and color coding may be modified by Admin Users in District Default Settings for all other users in the district.
- If the Standards Mastery Percentage is not locked by the District, it may be set as desired. This percentage controls the Mastery/Non-Mastery results in the Standard Analysis, Standards Progression, and Objective Analysis reports. Scores at or above this value are shown as Mastery.
- To add the Color Scale, check the box and then set a Min Value, Midpoint, and Max Value color by clicking in the color box and selecting the desired colors.
- Click on Save to save any changes you have made.
STOP means Scrutinize These On Performance.
- Click on the STOP Standards tab. A STOP standard is one in which students did not meet or exceed the Standards Mastery Percentage.
- In the example below, all standards on this assessment are STOP standards because at least one student scored at the Non-Mastery level for each standard. The Non-Mastery view is automatically selected and the Key shows only Non-Mastery (red).
- Click on the notepad icon next to the standard number.
- Resources for ELA and Math, aligned to the selected standard, will be displayed on the left side of the screen. These are open education resources from a variety of Open Ed providers. Note: The Resource list may vary based on current partnerships.
- The selected standard, student names, and scores will display on the right side of the screen.
- Click on the Resource Title in blue to preview the lesson.
- Students may be reordered from lowest score to highest score by clicking on the column header once. Click the header again to reorder from highest to lowest score. In the example below, students were reordered from lowest to highest by RS (raw score).
- To assign a lesson to one or more students, click on Assign to the right of the lesson title. It changes from green to orange.
- Check the open box next to each student who should be assigned the lesson. To select all students, check the open box in the header next to Last Name.
- Click on Confirm Assignment in red.
- A message will appear to confirm the students and assignment. Click Assign to continue.
- A second confirming message will appear. Click OK to continue.
- In the Student Portal, students can find their assignments on the MY RESOURCES Flip Card, or under the My Resources tab in the Top Menu Bar.