Assessment Analytics 1.0 can be used to analyze your assessment data in many ways. This article will break down the different components of Assessment Analytics 1.0 into the following sections:
Find the Assessment in Analytics
Locate the assessment in your Assigned Assessments, select the ellipses, then select Analytics.
Or, There's Another Way:
Step 1: Navigate to the Analytics module.
Step 2: Select Assessment 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 assessment from the dropdown menu.
Step 6: Click Run Report (if filters were chosen; otherwise, the results will automatically generate).
💡 Tip from the Otus Team: If you aren't seeing the assessment you need in the dropdown list, or if you don't think you are seeing all of the data for a particular assessment, double-check that date range - try changing it to All Time.
Summary Pie Chart and Table
Pie Chart - Overall Scores
➡️ Pie charts will only display for points-based assessments
This shows the percentage of students that fell into each scoring range.
You can click on a section of the pie chart to see a list of students.
Furthermore, you 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
How far above or below the average that student scored
The bottom row of the table shows the average scores.
Advanced Assessments and Simple Assessments
Multiple choice questions on an Advanced or Simple Assessment 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.
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:
Option 1: Export the Pie 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.