Once NWEA data has been uploaded into Otus, the data can be viewed in two places; the Student Profile and 3rd Party Analytics. To view data for an individual student, it's best to look in the Student Profile. To view data for multiple students at a time, it's best to look at 3rd Party Analytics.

In the Student Profile:

To view NWEA data for an individual student , navigate to the student profile.

Step 1: Click on the student in your class list.
Step 2: Navigate to the Reports section.
Step 3: Scroll down; if the student has NWEA data, it will be located on this page just underneath the table.

View Data for Groups of Students:

You can view NWEA data for multiple students at once in 3rd Party Analytics.

Step 1: From the Analytics module, select 3rd Party.
Step 2: Set the date range and filters (optional).
Step 3: Click on the NWEA tile.
Step 4: Choose an assessment and growth comparison period.

There are three sections of this report:

Summary NWEA Data

Scroll down the page and you will find the Summary of NWEA Data. This summary details the count of students, the district mean RIT for the selected criteria, norm mean RIT for the selected criteria, and the average time spent on the assessment.

The pie charts will display the group with the highest score from 12:00 clockwise, and will show lower scores as the pie chart goes around.

From this view, you may select See Instructional Area Scores in order to view student performance based on a strand.

Group NWEA Breakdown

Scroll down the page to view a Group NWEA Breakdown based upon RIT.  After selecting the desired subject, select the desired RIT category from the column labeled Overall Score.

You can create or add these students to groups by clicking Manage Groups. You can also download this table as a CSV by clicking the download icon.

Individual NWEA Breakdown

Continue to scroll down the page where you will find an Individual NWEA Breakdown. You may scroll from left to right and select Student Progress to view a Student Progress Report for the selected student that will include their instructional area scores.

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