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Step 5: Access learning analytics
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Reports are available for maximum of 10 months
users are encouraged to export results to local storage if they need to access data beyond the data's availability end date
- Here are examples of few reports
In the report below the test provider (teacher) can see what the test consumers (students) did not understand as well what they did understand really well.
For example, 50% of the test consumers had trouble answering question 1, 5 and 8, while 100% answered question 7 correctly and , 90% answered questions 3, 4 & 9 correctly.
2) Users-Standards summary report
From this report the test provider (teacher) can see which standard the test consumers (students) did not master.
For example, student u6 needs a daily tutoring, while student u10 did well over all but needs a day of tutoring in standards 4.OA.1 & 4.OA.4
This report also can tell teachers if they need to re-teach a standard.
For example, standard 4.OA.1 needs to be re-taught, only 4 of 10 students did master this standard. On the other hand standard 4.OA.2 was mastered by 90% students and maybe a similar lesson plan for 4.OA.2 is needed for 4.OA.1
3) Users-Questions summary report
From this report the test provider can see how each test consumer (student) answered each question.
4) Question-Standards - Users detail report
From this report the test provider can view a detail and summary of actual results on a question
In this example, the question is multi-choice question allowing multiple answers.
Choice #1 & 5 are distractors and wer selected 20%
Choice #3 is also a distractor and was selected 30%
Choice #4 is a correct one and is selected 100%
The report tells the teacher what the students are doing wrong and why.
5) User-Questions - Standards detail report
This is a full detail and summary user report where teacher can analyze the student's answers to each question.
The teacher also access the thinking skill level and standard report for the user.
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