Campus Performance Reports

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Administrators in Texas, ALL In Learning makes it easy to track your campus's domain scores!

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Overview

The initial view will show you all the Performance Reports and their specific domain scores, your total campus overview score from that Performance Report, and a graph showing any changes from one Performance Report to another.

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Performance Reports: Think of an individual Performance Report like a snapshot of how your campus is doing and that snapshot provides you a score similar to the one TEA gives schools at txschools.gov. If all the individual assessments you added to a Performance Report produced a picture of what your school would score on the STAAR Exam, how would you do?

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In this example, this campus has completed three individual Performance Reports, one for each of the first three six week common assessments.

Each Performance Report consists of several individual assessments that make up that snapshot. This can be specifically formatted and shared assessments specifically for testing how your students are doing, or they can be a more ad hoc selection which you as a campus admin have added to give you a picture of how things are going.

Domain 1

Clicking on the bottom accordion will give you access to each individual Performance Report, so you can see specifically how students and teachers did for that snapshot.

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In this example, we've clicked on the 2nd Six Weeks CA Performance Report, and the default view shows us our Domain 1 score, broken down by Language -> Subject -> Grade, and the number of students who are in each performance category.

Remember that each of these Language -> Subject -> Grade areas could be the result of a number of different assessments. It does not have to be just one assessment for each group for each Performance Report.

Now that you have an overview, you can click on the numbers for each category and performance band, to get a breakdown of how teachers and students did for that group.

For our example, we'll select English Math Grade 5, the number of students who are in Masters. This opens a modal which gives us a list of teachers, the percentage of their students for this category which is in this performance group, the number of students, and clicking the expand button will show you the individual students.

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In just a few clicks, you know exactly what teachers and students are excelling or struggling and can create strategies that match the actual data.

Domain 2

Clicking on Domain 2 will show you both the growth scores (Domain 2A) and the Economic Disadvantage score (Domain 2B) for your campus, for this snapshot.

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For this report to work, you'll need to enter or import historical data for your students. Contact ALL In Learning to learn how to do this or we can help you import data for your students.

In this example, historical data has been entered for many students. We can click on English Math Grade 4 to get a breakdown of how students in this category did.

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Matching TEA's growth chart, this shows you immediately how students performed and their growth level. The row shows their historical level - where they were starting from - and the column their result - where they ended for this Performance Report.

There's an additional tab that shows trend lines for how students in this category are doing.

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Domain 3

Clicking on Domain 3 will give you a breakdown by student group and your Domain 3 Score.

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This breaks data down by student group. You can click any student group to get a further list of teachers and students.

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Assessment Details

Finally, the assessment details page shows you the exact assessments used to create this Performance Report. It's searchable, so it's easy to quickly filter by one teacher, one grade, or one class. Each row contains the score, the number of students in each performance group, and links to show you how the class did as a whole, growth levels, and your Out of Place Students - those students in a class who did not meet their growth goals.

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In this example, we've narrowed down the 45 assessments which make up this performance report to one teacher's assessments. We filtered by her name using the search in the top-right. Now we'll click her first row's Out of Place Students to get that class's students which need extra attention. All within a few seconds.

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Creating a New Performance Report

That concludes the overview. Here's how to start a new Performance Report.

Back on the main page, click on the button Create New Performance Report.

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This will open a modal that allows you to add the individual assessments that will make up this performance report.

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Fill in a name for your Performance Report, search sort for the assessment you need, set the Language, Grade, and Subject for this assessment, and click on Save.

Add as many assessments as you want. You can always add more or remove them later if you need to. Then click on Close.

Clicking close will take you immediately to that Performance Report and show you the Domain 1 Score.

Historical and Campus Data

Not every category of Language/Grade/Subject requires a Domain 2 score, but what about those that do? And what about setting your campus's economic disadvantage number for Domain 2B? And what about setting demographic data for Domain 3.

Easy! Just click the Historical Data button at the top!

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This will take you to the Historical Data page in your Campus Admin account. This page contains a place for you to set individual data for your students as well as your campus data.

Use the top accordion option to set the data for your campus.

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Then click on any student data button to set both demographic data and historical data for an individual student.

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Important Notes:

1. You can set both STAAR Raw Scores or Percentage Scores.
2. Make sure you select the grade for which the scores correspond. Probably last year's grade since this was historical. Don't enter the student's current grade unless that's what the score is from.
3. Teachers have access to this form too! It's on their campus roster. Click on the demographic field. Share the workload! If you need to enter this data manually, if each teacher takes their homeroom, it can be done for the whole school in twenty minutes! 
4. You and your teachers might not need to do it at all! If you have a state file or another file with grade data, let us know and we can import this for you!

 

 

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