In this lesson, you will learn how analyze or review data in your Flexible Assessment. This option only appears once data or student responses are stored in the assessment.
Implementation Tip! Consider how you will train and guide users to access their data using our new Flexible Assessment Overview and how this may differ from their use of our Itembank and Manual/Hybrid Assessment Overview page utilization. Pilot groups and early adopters may be the best audience for this new FLEX assessment.
While these assessments are flexible, they are also new as of June 29, 2018. Please be advised that in comparison to our older Manual/Hybrid Assessments, this new assessment type at this time cannot do the following:
- Create Versions, or multiple answer keys in single assessment
- Configure Locked or Protected Features
Before You Get Started
Before you start building, it is encouraged to:
- Have at least 1 Flexible Assessment available
- Have student data stored in the selected assessment
- Permission to edit or delete the assessment if not the author
Where to Start
- Select Assessments.
- Select View Assessments.
- Use search options to find and select the Flexible Assessment you want to analyze
The following steps will only work with Flexible Assessments. To learn how to review or analyze student data in other assessment types, visit Manual/Hybrid Assessments.
Analyze a Flexible Assessment
Whether you have student data the ability to analyze the student data will break down into five sections:
- Overview to see the overall class data
- Performance to see student performance by overall, standards, and/or question group
- Response Frequency to review the questions or items and which answers were chosen
- Achievement Gaps to see gaps between student programs from the overall performance
- Reports to find even more reports to run and learn more about student data
Response Frequency allows you to review:
- Response distribution by either standard, question group, or item and by either student count or percentage
- Foldable sections that remain sticky
- Review of mastery/non-mastery student count and percentage
- Item analysis for rubric and non-rubric (auto-scored, computer graded) items by answer selections