Assessment Analytics

Explore the possibilities for analyzing your Otus Assessments with Assessment Analytics.

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Written by Monica Burke
Updated over a week ago

Assessment Analytics is available to analyze data related to the assessments you grade in Otus. See the example below:

Assessment Analytics - At a Glance

There are many ways to analyze data in Assessment Analytics. Here are the features at a glance:

🌟 Overall Class Completion

A horizontal completion widget to visually display the percentage of students at each status: Not Started, In Progress, Turned In, and Graded.

🌟 Summary Widgets

Includes highest and average score, and average time to complete.

🌟 Performance Breakdown Bar Chart

The ability to see the performance based on customizable percentage ranges, student groups, classes, gender, grade level, and ethnicity/race. See two examples below; one of percentage ranges, and another of student groups.

🌟 Question Analysis (Advanced and Simple Assessments)

A table showing a detailed breakdown of the performance of each question (or descriptor, for rubrics) on the assessment, including sortable columns with information like percent correct, number correct and incorrect, average score per question, and question type. There is also an individual question analysis that contains information like breakdown of answer choices and the standard linked to that question.

🌟 Rubric Analysis (Rubric Assessments)

A breakdown of the performance on each individual rubric descriptor.

Note - some metrics are only available for certain assessment types, for example, highest score and average score; those are only available for points-based assessments.

🌟 Standards Performance

A section that identifies all of the standards assessed on the selected assessment, in addition to the mean (average) performance on each standard across all students that have been graded. Clicking into any part of the horizontal bar chart will take you to a more detailed view of the standards performance.

🌟 Student Performance

Sortable columns that display the student's name, submission date, score & percentage (points-based), performance level (item) breakdown (standards-based), email address, school (site), and grade level. Clicking on a student will take you to their individual student performance, where you can see their scores, answers, and time to complete.

To see more detailed information on how to navigate Assessment Analytics, check out the resources below:

Otus Live Video

Click to see a video from our Otus Live series on how to analyze student assessment data in Assessment Analytics.

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