In response to the need for distance learning resource materials, we have quickly created this video on Assessment Reports for reference.
This lesson will give you an overall overview of the Assessment Overview page in Illuminate. Each of the graphs listed all appear on the Overview page.
Where to Start
- Select Assessments.
- Click View Assessments.
- Select an assessment that contains data.
- Click Overview from anywhere within an assessment to land on this screen.
- Filter Students allows you to customize what students you want to see data for on the Overview page. This is a temporary filter and can be changed based on your visibility or which students you have access to.
- All assessment information including Author, Scope, Grade Level, Subject Area, Number of Questions, and Question Groups.
- The Overall Performance Graph when hovered over will display any band to see a breakdown of performance within that band. Select the band and generate a student list.
- The Assessment Summary displays basic summary information such as Average % Correct, Number of students, % Not Mastered, and % Mastered.
- Click the medal icon to mark an assessment as a Favorite.
Click the number of students in the Assessment Summary to access the Student Response Report.
Overall/Question Group Performance
Overall/Question Group Performance will provide a breakdown of performance for questions/question groups. Hover over the bars for a breakdown in each Performance Band. The blue bar underneath the Performance Bands indicates overall level of Mastery.
Standard Performance will provide a break down of overall performance that includes Mastered/Not Mastered on each standard linked to this assessment.
Lowest Performing Questions
Lowest Performing Questions displays a list of all questions that students struggled with most from lowest scoring question to highest. The graphs display the % of possible points earned on each question.
Subgroup Achievement Gaps
Subgroup Achievement Gaps communicates a list of all subgroups compared vs. their percentage correct on the assessment.
The Graphed Difference calculation is based on how well the subcategory of students did against the other subcategories.
For example, it takes the averages of all the African American students and subtracts that against the other subcategories of students (Asian, White, Hispanic, Native American). It takes the total average of all the students in the different subgroups and then subtracts that from the average of all the students that you are focusing on.
Now that you are familiar with the Overview page, learn about our other reports by viewing Assessment Report Abstracts.