Using Assessment Analytics 2.0 allows you to take a deeper dive into the performance on assessments that are given in Otus. To access Assessment Analytics 2.0, follow the steps below.
Step 1: Navigate to the Analytics module. Note - the screenshot above is from within a teacher account. If you are an administrator, the Analytics module is located second from the top.
Step 2: Select Assessment 2.0.
❗ Step 3: Check the date range (very important). The default date range is set for the previous 7 days. If the assessment you are looking for does not fall within that date range, it will not appear in the dropdown menu. For best results, we recommend changing the date range to All Time.
Once you have identified the necessary date range, you can click into the Search Assessment field to see a dropdown list of the assessments that appear within that date range. You can also search using keywords.
In this article, you will find the following sections:
❗ This article is written specifically for Rubric Assessments that use a standards grading scale. If you are looking for details on how to analyze a different type of assessment, check out this article.
The completion widget will show you the overall completion status of the assessment.
1: A visual depiction of the number of graded (dark blue) assessments relative to the total number of students this assessment was assigned to.
2: The number of graded assessments.
3: The total number of students this assessment was assigned to.
4: The percentage of assessments that have been graded.
The Student Performance will show the performance of each individual student that was assigned the assessment. You can see this analysis in two forms:
The default sort order is alphabetical by last name. You can change the sort order by clicking on the heading of any column.
Let's analyze the last row of the table to better understand the columns:
Clicking on any student in the table will show a more detailed view of that student. Let's click on the last student, also used in the example above.
The rubric analysis will show details regarding how many students performed at each level of the descriptor.
In the example below, there were three descriptors on the rubric assessment, so there are three horizontal bars representing the number of students performing at each level.
Each section has the descriptor details, including the description and criteria for each performance level.
If you are looking for other ways to filter the data, you can select the filter icon in the top-right corner. When you make any selections here, the Run Report button will flash, indicating that you need to re-run the report to show the results for the selected filters.