This article is broken into the following parts:

  • Part 1: Find the Assessment in Analytics
  • Part 2: Summary Pie Chart and Table
  • Part 3: Item Analysis
  • Part 4: Type Comparison
  • Part 5: Exporting

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Part 1: Find the Assessment in Analytics

Step 1:    Navigate to Analytics and Select Assessment

Step 2:   To change the date range, click the Calendar Icon

Step 3:    To view the optional filters, click the Filter Icon. Note - the number of available filters depends on if you are in a teacher account or admin account. Admin accounts will have more filters.

Step 4:    Choose
the assessment from the search list.

Step 5:    Click Run Report (if filters where chosen, otherwise, the results will automatically generate).

*Note - if your assessment does not appear in the search list, try changing the date range in the upper-right corner to All Time

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Part 2: Summary Pie Chart and Table

Pie Chart - Overall Scores

*note - pie charts will only display for points-based assessments

  • Shows the percentage of students that fell into each scoring range.

  • Can click on a section of the pie chart to see a list of students.
  • Can add that list of students to a Group, or create a new Group.

Table - Individual Student Data

For each student, the table shows:

  • Score earned on each question
  • Total Score
  • Total Percent
  • How far above or below the average that student scored

The bottom row of the table shows the average scores.

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Part 3: Item Analysis

  • Multiple choice questions will show a pie chart with details regarding how many students picked each option.
  • You can click on each section to see a list of students.
  • All other question types will display the question and correct answer (no pie chart)
  • Rubric Assessments will show the rubric descriptors, the performance categories (may have to scroll to view all), and a horizontal bar chart that displays the number of students that scored in each category.

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Part 4: Type Comparison

This feature allows you to see the performance breakdown of each type of assessment you've assigned, such as journals, projects, or tests, to name a few. See example below:

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Part 5: Exporting 

These two icons indicate an export or download is possible.

That's it! You've now learned how to view Assessment Analytics!

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