Standards Analytics 1.0 can be used to view your student's performance level on all standards that have been assessed.

  • Step 1: Navigate to the Analytics module.

  • Step 2: Select Standards 1.0.

  • Step 3: Make sure you are using the correct date range for the desired assessment. To change the date range, click the calendar Icon.

  • Step 4: To view the optional filters, click the Filter Icon. Note - the number of available filters depends on whether you are in a teacher account or admin account. Admin accounts will have more filters.

  • Step 5: Select the standard and grading scale.

  • Step 6: Choose the mastery setting you'd like to use to display the overall score.

  • Step 7: Select Run Report (if filters were used).

This article will break down the different components of Standards Analytics 2.0 into the following sections:

Summary Bar Graph and Table

➡️ Horizontal Bar - Overall Scores

  • Shows the percentage of students that fell into each performance level.

  • Clicking on a section shows you a list of students, as well as allows you to add those students to a group (or create a new group).

➡️ Table - List of Student Performance

  • The table will list the student's first name, last name, and performance level

  • Clicking on the check-boxes next to the names will illuminate the Manage Groups button in the upper right corner - from there, you can add those students to an existing group (or create a new group)

Individual Student Performance

Clicking on an individual student will give you two different views:

➡️ Performance History

  • Will show each time the student has been assessed on that standard *note - only shows results for the dates you have selected in the date range

  • Hovering over each dot will show the assessment name, date, and performance level.

➡️ Summary Bar Chart

  • Takes the same information from the Performance History Dot Plot and puts it in the form of a bar chart.


➡️ Option 1: Export the Bar Chart

  • Selecting the icon indicated by box 1 above, you can print the pie chart directly, or download the pie chart as a PNG, JPEG, PDF, or SVG vector image.

➡️ Option 2: Exporting the Table

  • Selecting the icon indicated by box 2 above, you can download the results of the table to a CSV.

Otus Live Video

Below is a video from our Otus Live series on how to use Standards Analytics 1.0.

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