Achievement Series: Reporting and Data Interpretation ...

Achievement Series: Reporting and Data Interpretation ...

Classroom Reports Classroom Profile The Classroom Profile allows educators to view how an entire class performed within a specific Performance Series subject and unit. Use the objectives listed on the Classroom Profile to

1. Inform your instruction for each class. 2. Find the point at which half the class is expected to comprehend a skill and progress from there. 3. Target individual students who have additional needs. Copyright 2016 Scantron Corporation. All rights reserved. 2

Classroom ProfileContinued Follow the steps below to locate a teachers Classroom Profile Step 1: Log in to the Achievement Series (AS)/Performance Series (PS) website. Step 2: Click the Classroom icon. Step 3: From the dropdown menu, select the class of your choice.

Note: You will see only the class(es) to which you are assigned. Copyright 2016 Scantron Corporation. All rights reserved. 3 4

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Click Here to access the Curriculum Alignment Guide and view suggested next steps for the students in your class. Click the Scaled Score heading to organize student scores from lowest to highest.

In the Index, you can search to find Alabama. From there you will find the AS Alignments, PS Alignments, and Suggested Learning Objectives. 9

9 Choose from among these skills to develop a learning path for your students. Note: You may also run this report individually for students. Given a student's Scaled Score, teachers can identify the collection of skills that fall within the

corresponding Scaled Score range. 10 10 11

Classroom Profile Students Scaled Score National Percentile Ranking Test Completion Date 12

Focusing in on Skills 13 N/A indicates a student who did not take or complete

his or her PS test. 14 14 The Scaled Score is the students overall

score independent of grade level. 15 15 A student who has a score, but

no Performance Rating, likely tested outside of the prescribed PS testing periods. 16 16

The Performance Bands/Ratings are national, color-coded data points revealing how each student compares to his or her peers who tested in the norm study. 17

17 These are unit-specific skills and the number of students expected to have attained (A) or not attained (NA) the skills.

18 18 Click on a students name to access his or her individual student profile.

19 19 Student Profile Report 20

Scaled Score (SS) Student 21 Content

Scaled Score (SS) Student 22 Content Scaled Score (SS)

Student 23 Content Scaled Score (SS) Student

24 Content Scaled Score (SS) Current School Year View

25 Previous School Year View Standard Item Pool (SIP) Student Grade Level Content

26 Unit Score Range (USR) Student Grade Level Content

27 Unit Score Range (USR) Student Grade Level Content 28

Lexile 29 30 Lexile Measures

Provided by Metametrics 31 32 Lexile Grade Level

33 Lexile Grade Level 34 Lexile Grade Level

National Percentile Rating (NPR) 36 National Percentile Rating (NPR) Your students 37

National Peer Group NOTE: NPR only automatically determined if assessment taken within designated windows Norms are available for: Reading, Mathematics, Language Arts, and Science for students in grades 2-10 (at present time)

Grade Level Equivalent 38 Grade Level Equivalent (GLE) 39

Grade Level Equivalent (GLE) 40 41 Suggested Learning Objectives

42 SLOs - Making the Selection 43 Learning Plan for the Student

44 Use for SLOs

Provide educators with instructional next steps when they are unsure of where to begin with instruction for a student Aid in the creation of long-term goals on an IEP for Special Education students

Act as an investment tool for students by looking at the Learning Objectives Attained as great accomplishments and the SLO as weekly goals. Provide work targets for enrichment plans Guide conversations in parent-educator conferences about next steps District

Reports District Report Student Listing 46 District Report Student Listing

47 District Report Student Listing 48 District ReportsContinued Here is a view of the Reading Summary District Report from the top row.

Click here to disaggregate data in various ways. View multiple data points for all students. Click the Change button in the appropriate

section to filter by time frame, demographics such as ethnicity and gender, or student groups. Copyright 2016 Scantron. All rights reserved. 49 District ReportsContinued

Here are the ways in which you can disaggregate data. Simply click on the icon of your choice to see data broken down in the way you prefer. For example, here is a snippet of the data disaggregated by students. Copyright 2016 Scantron. All rights reserved.

50 District ReportsContinued Point to the area in which you would click to access aggregate Performance Bands data for your entire school. Copyright 2016 Scantron. All rights reserved.

51 District ReportsContinued Here is a snippet of the Gains Analysis Report for Reading. For more information on Gains and Gains Analysis, you may review the All About Gains and Gains Analysis PPT located in our Customer Dropbox (http://bit.ly/alsdedropbox) in the Performance Series Information Power Points folder.

Copyright 2016 Scantron. All rights reserved. 52 Class Standard Student Detail (CSSD) Report 53

The Class Standard Student Detail (CSSD) Report displays Summary and Detailed views of students Suggested Learning Objectives by Unit, Skill, and Grade level. Run this report to see how all of your classes or even an entire grade level performed on each skill within the report. Click the picture below to access step-by-step instructions for rendering the CSSD Report. Copyright 2016 Scantron. All rights reserved.

Printing Individual Student Profile Reports 54 Student profile reports provide a snapshot of the students most recent performance within a given Performance Series assessment. You can use this report to discuss educational progress with both students and parents.

Click the picture below to access step-by-step instructions for rendering and printing student profile reports. Copyright 2016 Scantron. All rights reserved. 55 Alabama AS/PS Project

Please visit our Dropbox for training materials, recorded webinars, and other handouts and guides that will help you support your Achievement Series and Performance Series implementation http://bit.ly/alsdedropbox

Copyright 2016 Scantron. All rights reserved. 56 Alabama Scantron Project Team Team Member Role/Email

Terrence Ingram Education Specialist (ES) [email protected] Education Specialist (ES) [email protected] Sr. Client Program Manager (CPM)

[email protected] Manager of Client Program Management larry.ewing @scantron.com Terry Grissom Sallie Lawrence Dr. Larry Ewing

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2. Training Today was- Performance Series Data Interpretation 3. Region 8 Thank You! Copyright 2016 Scantron. All rights reserved.

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