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In this User Guide you will learn about the Assessment Administration Process.

  • Accessing the Data Center
  • Data Center Permissions
  • Data Center Basic Navigation
  • Report Descriptions

 

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Accessing the Data Center


1. Using the Data Center menu, select Reports



Data Center Permissions


Your account type will determine the scope of what reports you are able to view. There are also special permissions that can be granted to have district-wide, school-wide or class access to data. 


Data Center Basic Navigation




Left-Side Navigation

1. School Year - The system will default to the current school year, but a user can navigate back to other school years to view past data reports. 


2. Drill Down/Search - The user can drill down through layer of reports using the drill down feature starting with the highest level of access given in permissions. Drop down the drill down to search for a student, teacher or class (depending on permission level.)


    For example, a teacher will default the drill down to their name and they can drill further down to their classes. A building Admin will start at the building level, and search for a teacher to drill down further. 


Right-Side Navigation

On this side is where you will select and view your reports. Use the tabs at the top to navigate around.  NOTE: Avoid using the Back button on these pages. 


3. Report Selection Tab - All the reports are found here, organized by type of exam. Collapse a section by clicking on the name of the section. Click on a report within a section to view. 


  1. Assessment Creator - this is where you will find reports for the exams that are created or administered online.
  2. Benchmarks - this is where you will find the reports for the RRT Benchmarks. If the exam was taken online and not found in this section check the Assessment Creator section. 
  3. Formative Assessments - this is where you will find reports from district created assessments that used the RightPath Bubble Sheets.
  4. State Assessments - this is where you will find the reports for the NYS assessments. 


4. Current Report Tab - Select the parameters for the report and then click View Report. You can use the disk icon to save the report to PDF, excel or word. 


5. Recently Viewed Tab - This will display of the reports that were viewed during the current login session. You can quickly access these reports again without drilling down and re-selecting all the options again. 



Report Descriptions

Report availability will depend on the exam type and the availability of standards and question level detail for Instructional Reports. 


ID Chart: This report identifies specific state standard concepts in areas of greatest need for improvement. The report will display the results based on the parameters (District level, Building level, Class level and student level.) By clicking on a bar on the chart, the user can go straight to the Curriculum Planner to obtain standards, vocabulary, lessons, big ideas, essential questions, and exemplars pertaining to the concept on the chart.


PRO Chart: This report displays the performance of the selected assessment and population on the benchmark assessments. This is a comparative assessment and will display the results from a group of exams and show the growth from first to most recent exam. At the teacher and class level, the report will show individual student growth. 


Sample District Level PRO Chart


Rank Order: This report shows each student in the district, ranked from high to low on the selected assessment.  A table showing the cut scores for each level will appear at the top of this report.   


Item Analysis:  This report details the percentage of students selecting the correct and incorrect responses for each question item.  The correct answer is highlighted in the light green color.  The second page of this report shows the standard for each question and question exemplar.  By clicking on the standard level, the user can go directly to the Curriculum Planner to view standards, vocabulary, lessons, big ideas, essential questions, and exemplars pertaining to the concept on the chart. 


The following reports are available at the teacher and class level only. 


Whole Group Report: This report details when a majority of the class has not shown mastery of the performance indicators. These concepts should be incorporated in the whole group (Tier One) instructional plan. The report contains a description of the performance indicator and sample questions. By clicking on the standard level in this report, the user can go directly to the Curriculum Planner to view standards, vocabulary, lessons, big ideas, essential questions, and exemplars pertaining to the concept on the chart.


Small Group Report: This report details groups of students who missed specific performance indicators that should be used for small-group lessons (Tier Two or Three Instruction). The report contains a description of the performance indicator and sample questions. By clicking on the standard level in this report, the user can go directly to the Curriculum Planner to view standards, vocabulary, lessons, big ideas, essential questions, and exemplars pertaining to the concept on the chart.


Learning Plans:  This report details for every student the standards that a student has not yet mastered. The report contains a description of the standards and sample questions. By clicking on the standard level in this report, the user can go directly to the Curriculum Planner to view standards, vocabulary, lessons, big ideas, essential questions, and exemplars pertaining to the concept on the chart. 





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