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LearningStation Insight Assignment Reports provide information about student performance on tests and assessments broken down by three different perspectives: Item Analysis, Student Proficiency, and Standards Analysis.  Each data perspective provides graphical, tabular, and drill-down tree display options.  Report tables and trees can also be exported to Excel compatible CSV or PDF files.  In addition to these dynamic, summative online reports users also have the ability to generate and print a PDF report for each individual student that includes an item analysis, proficiency score, and standards analysis for the student on the selected assessment.

Assignment Reports

Insight Assignment Reports are found on the Assignment Details for specific assignments or administrations of tests and assessments.  The Assignment Reports section of an assignment automatically populates with student results data as soon as students begin to complete the specific assignment, regardless of the method used for testing.

Accessing Assignment Reports

There are a few different ways to access Insight Assignment Reports for a specific assignment.

  • Click on the Assignments link in the top level navigation bar then click on the name of the Assignment in the first column of the Assignments list

Or

  • Click on the Tests link in the top level navigation bar then click the name of the Assignment under the test name in the Tests list

Or

  • Click on the Assignment link under Recent Activity on the Insight Home screen (applicable to recently assigned tests and assessments only)

  • The Assignment Details displays

  • An Item Assessment, Student Proficiency, and Standards Assessment report are generated for the test assignment
  • Thumbnails for these reports display in the header for the Assignment Reports section
  • Click on the report thumbnail to view the detailed report in the Reports Dashboard below the thumbnails
  • Each report can be viewed as a graph , a table , or a group hierarchy (tree) 
  • Select the button for the desired view and the Reports Dashboard will automatically display the selected view option

Item Analysis Report

The Item Analysis report displays the percentage of students that answered each item on the test correctly, as well as the distribution of students that selected each of the item distracters.  This information can be used to determine whether the item itself is invalid or if a significant portion of students did not understand the underlying concept of the item.

  • With the Item Analysis report displayed in graph view in the Reports Dashboard, place the cursor over a bar to see detailed response information about the test item

  • Click on the bar to preview the question and the answer distribution

  • Click on the  button to close the preview
  • Click on the Table button to view the Item Analysis report in a table

  • Click on the Excel icon  to export data from the table view and generate a comma separated values (.csv) file that can be opened in Microsoft Excel or any spreadsheet program
  • Click on the PDF icon  to access and print a PDF-formatted version of the table view
  • Click the Tree button to view aggregated data at the district and school levels or to drill down to view data by teacher, section or student. The availability of data is determined by the user role

  • Click the Grouping link (School, Teacher, Section, Student) to expand or contract the hierarchy tree view
  • Click on the Excel icon  to export data from the tree view and generate a comma separated values (.csv) file that can be opened in Microsoft Excel or any spreadsheet program
  • Click on the PDF icon  to access and print the PDF-formatted version of the tree view

Tip: Tests that are created and assigned or published by a district administrator will have data about the District and School averages.  Tests that are created and assigned by school administrators will not have data for District average, but will have School average data.  Tests created and assigned by teachers will not have District or School average data.

Student Proficiency Report

The Student Proficiency report displays the percentage of students that scored within each proficiency tier for the proficiency profile (grade scale) associated with the test.

  • With the Student Proficiency report displayed in graph view on the Reports Dashboard, place your cursor over a segment to see detailed result information (Tier Description, Student Count, Percent) about that proficiency tier

              

  • Click on a segment of the pie chart to see a list of students in that particular proficiency tier. The students’ percent-correct score is displayed

  • Click the  button to close the view
  • Click the Table button to view the information in a table

  • The table displays all students with their overall Score as a percent, their Earned [points out] of Available [points], Standard Score (deviation from the average calculated based on students within the same assignment across the district), Class Standard Score (deviation from the average calculated based on students within the same class), and color-coded proficiency Tier
  • Click on any column header within the table to sort the data in ascending order. Click a second time to sort in descending order
  • Click on the Excel icon  to export data from the table view and generate a comma separated values (.csv) file that can be opened in Microsoft Excel or any spreadsheet program
  • Click on the PDF icon  to access and print the PDF-formatted version of the table view
  • Click on the Tree button to view aggregated data at the district and school level, or to drill down to view data by teacher, section or by student. The availability of data is determined by the user role

  • Click the Grouping link (School, Teacher, Section, Student) to expand or contract the hierarchy tree view
  • Click on the Excel icon  to export data from the tree view and generate a comma separated values (.csv) file that can be opened in Microsoft Excel or any spreadsheet program
  • Click on the PDF icon  to access and print the PDF-formatted version of the tree view

Tip: Tests that are created and assigned or published by a district administrator will have data about the District and School averages.  Tests that are created and assigned by school administrators will not have data for District average, but will have School average data.  Tests created and assigned by teachers will not have District or School average data.


Standards Analysis Report

The Standards Analysis Report displays how students performed on each standard indicator selected as the intent for the test items on the test.

  • With the Standards Analysis Report displayed in a graph in the Reports Dashboard, place your cursor over a bar to see detailed information about performance on the standard

  • Click on a bar section to see a list of students in a specific performance tier with their percentage of mastery for a particular standard indicator

  • Click the  button to close the view
  • Click the Table icon to view the information in a table.  All standards are displayed with distribution of students by performance level

  • Click on the Standard Code to access instructional resources aligned to that standard (applicable only if your subscription includes this option)

Tip: Instructional Resources are only available if the subscription includes certain options.  In some cases, even if these options are available there will not be any associated content.

  • Click the Excel icon  to export data from the table view and generate a comma separated values (.csv) file that can be opened in Microsoft Excel or any spreadsheet program
  • Click on the PDF icon  to access and print the PDF-formatted version of the table view
  • Click on the Tree button to view aggregated data at the school level, or to drill down to view data by teacher or by student. The availability of data is determined by the user role

  • Click the Grouping link (School, Teacher, Section, Student) to expand or contract the hierarchy tree view
  • Click on the Excel icon  to export data from the tree view and generate a comma separated values (.csv) file that can be opened in Microsoft Excel or any spreadsheet program
  • Click on the PDF icon  to access and print the PDF-formatted version of the tree view

Tip: Tests that are created and assigned or published by a district administrator will have data about the District and School averages.  Tests that are created and assigned by school administrators will not have data for District average, but will have School average data.  Tests created and assigned by teachers will not have District or School average data.