If you've been using Otus for a while, you may notice a new tab in your Analytics module; Assessment 2.0. We have upgraded and improved your experience for analyzing assessment data with the new Assessment 2.0!

In this article you will find:

What's New - At a Glance

There are many new features and ways to analyze data in the new Assessment 2.0 tab. Here are the upgrades at a glance:

🌟 Displays: Cleaner, more organized displays that are easier to navigate.

🌟 Overall Class Completion: A horizontal completion widget to visually display the percentage of completion, number of graded students, and number of assigned students.

🌟 Assessment Summary: displays the highest score, average score, and average time to complete.

🌟 Performance Breakdown Bar Chart: the ability to see the performance based on customizable percentage ranges and student groups.

🌟 Student Performance Table: 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.

🌟 Individual Student Performance: The ability to see details for an individual student's assessment including scores/performance levels and answers for each question and time to complete.

🌟 Improved Item Analysis: A table showing a detailed breakdown of the performance of each item/question/descriptor on the assessment, including sortable columns with information like percent correct, number correct and incorrect, number of students that choose each answer, average score per question, and question type. There is also an individual item analysis that contains information like breakdown of answer choices and average time to complete.

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. See below for more information.

Below you will find information related to the following assessments, along with links to their specific articles:

Advanced Assessments

Simple Assessments

Rubric Assessments

Advanced Assessments

Below you will find the general layout of both points and standards-based advanced assessments. For more information on each, check out the article button below each section.

Simple Assessments

Rubric Assessments

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