Analysing Assessments by using the Below, At or Above pages

The Below, At or Above pages allows schools to see the percentage of children who are below/at/above their targets at one certain point in time, and across multiple assessment periods. Please note: You must have set targets for this page to work.

 

Below, At or Above

Clicking into the filter bar lets you select the assessments to display and how to group your students.

Screen_Shot_2019-06-17_at_12.34.04.png

Screen_Shot_2019-06-17_at_12.34.09.png

 

In the example, I have chosen to see an assessment by demographic.

Screen_Shot_2019-06-17_at_12.33.37.png

 

You can see what percentage of students and how many students (in brackets next to the percentage) are working above, at and below their targets for each assessment period.

When an assessment with strands is selected, the weighted average for the student's grade is used.

When you hover your mouse pointer above any of the data points, a tooltip will pop up with information relating to the cohort, assessment and number/percentage of students.

Screen_Shot_2018-11-14_at_11.56.14.png

 

You can click to access more information.

Screen_Shot_2018-11-14_at_11.57.17.png

 

Click the student name to navigate to Assessment section of their Student Profile.

Screen_Shot_2018-11-14_at_11.58.13.png

 

Below, At or Above over Time

On the Over Time page you can see the overall trend line on the chart. This will pick up any students who meet the rule in all selected assessments.

Clicking into the filter bar lets you select the assessments to display and how to group your students.

Screen_Shot_2019-06-17_at_12.39.40.png

Screen_Shot_2019-06-17_at_12.39.50.png  

 

In the example, I have chosen to see the assessment by gender for the past year.

Screen_Shot_2019-06-17_at_12.42.54.png

 

Hover over a point to get more information.

Screen_Shot_2019-06-17_at_12.43.39.png

 

You can also complete bulk actions such as adding students straight to an intervention group by clicking the dot and selecting the students.

Screen_Shot_2019-06-17_at_12.49.52.png

I'm still stuck!
0 out of 0 found this helpful