First, select the date range you’d like to view simple, advanced, or rubric assessment data for.

By clicking the Filter button, you can specify multiple classes, flags, and students to be included in your analysis.  Once you’ve narrowed your population, you can select which assessment you would like to view by clicking the drop down menu below Assessment Analytics.

The first visual will be a pie chart displaying overall score comparison.  If you scroll down, you can view a spreadsheet displaying each student’s score for each question in the order that you built the assessment.  The final two columns in this spreadsheet will display each student’s total percentage of points and their weighted average.

If you continue to scroll down, you will see the item by item analysis for multiple choice questions.  This feature will only be available for multiple choice questions.  

By clicking on a section of the pie chart analysis, you can view a list of students that chose a specific answer choice.  To group them into a flag, click Manage Flags.

Click Select All in the right hand column so all of the students on your newly generated list are checked. Then, click New in the left hand column to create a new flag.  Label your flag, assign it a color, and click Add.

As of right now, open-ended items and Inspect items do not display the similar pie chart as shown above.  You can still view your class progress on each item by viewing the spreadsheet under the assessment average on the screen.

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