This article will introduce you to some of the most popular reports and key concepts, but there are more variations and sub-reports not covered here.
The Home-Tab Campus Dashboard
Your Home tab features your campus dashboard, which shows how ALL In Learning is being used on your campus -- who is using it, how often, and what tools they are using.
How Cut Scores (Performance Categories) Work
Most reports will display color-coded performance level categories (cut scores). These cut score levels can be customized.
- You can adjust cut scores temporarily by dragging the sliders below the report (unless the scores are locked).
- You can set cut scores for an assessment you distribute or share (in the distribution options) or manage those settings after the fact in the Lessons/Assessments tab's "Distributed Assessments" menu.
- You can adjust cut scores for an assessment (if not locked) in any "Actions" menu next to a report in the Reports tab.
- You can see what cut scores are applied (and set them up, if not overridden) by clicking "View Cut Scores" in the Legend section under any report that uses cut scores.
Cut Score Settings Hierarchy
Because cut scores can be customized by multiple parties, a hierarchy determines what cut scores will be used for different assessments and for different users' view (Admins, teachers, etc.) or for a given assessment.
Cut Score Hierarchy
Distribution with “Lock Cut Scores” Setting
“Closest stakeholder” Cut Scores
Lesson Performance Report
The Lesson Performance report is a quick birds-eye view of how different teachers' classes across your campus performed on an assessment. This can help you quickly drill down to groups that need help or identify teachers who might be teaching a subject matter well. You can narrow down your results by entering a "passing level" score below which to emphasize.
Note: Blurred areas of this screenshot contain teacher names and their individual classes.
The Standards Performance report gives you a birds-eye view of comprehension of all the standards that were covered on a given assessment and how many questions covered that standard (frequency). A standard that is assessed 3 times on a test provides much more reliable data than one that is only assessed 1 time.
The Item Analysis report graphically illustrates which questions were problematic across each classroom and what the answer distributions were so that you can work with teachers to address misconceptions. Difficulty Ratio and Point Biserial calculations help you account for the difficulty of the questions.
Item Analysis - Students
The Item Analysis Students report is one of our most popular; a thorough colorized heatmap shows clearly which questions every student got right or wrong. This multi-functional report communicates a lot of information:
- Which students need the most help
- Which questions caused the most problems
- Which standards caused the most problems
- All students' overall scores
- How each teacher's classes performed overall
Note: Blurred areas of this screenshot contain student names.
Proficiency By Standard Analysis
The Proficiency By Standard Analysis report also provides a colorized heat map to help you zero in quickly on standards that need to be reinforced. Seeing the frequency number in parenthesis next to the scores helps you see how many questions on the assessment addressed that standard - higher frequencies mean more accurate assurance that the assessment is an accurate gauge of student comprehension for that subject matter.
Note: Blurred areas of this image contain teacher names under the class names.
The Student Proficiency report quickly organizes all students across the campus for the entire assessment in order of highest to lowest score (or vice versa - it's sortable) so that you can immediately focus on helping students who need it the most.
Note: Blurred areas of this image contain student names.
Sub-Group Performance by Standard for All Students
"Sub-Group," in this instance, means demographic groups. The Sub-Group Performance By Standard for All Students report was designed to make federal and state demographics reporting requirements quick and simple to fulfill. It breaks down the performance on each standard by demographic groupings.
More About Reports
This article provided a quick introduction to some of the most popular admin reports available to you in ALL In Learning. Under each tab are useful variations, and we encourage you to look at them all to find what is useful to you. We are always adding more by request, so please let us know what data you'd like to see reported on!
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