Class Mastery by Standard

The Class Mastery by Standard displays data that represents how your class and individual students mastered standards across assignments over time. The data can also help you understand which assessments contributed to the mastery data displayed for each student.

View Class Mastery by Standard

  1. Click Classes on the top navigation menu and select a class.

  2. Click Data on the left navigation pane, and click Class Mastery by Standard.

  3. Select a class and click Data on the left navigation pane.

  4. Use the Program, Standard Library, and Assignment filters above the report to refine the report data.
    • The top row of the table displays the percentage of students who have scored 70% or more for each standard.
    • Each column in the table represents a standard in the chosen library. By default, the columns are sorted to display in descending order starting with high proficiency scores. Click Sort Proficiency Score Low to High or Sort Proficiency Score High to Low to change the sort order.
    • Each data point in the table represents the student's score on questions that contribute to the mastery of the standard.
  5. Click the Standard Name to view the description and click View Resources to display the learning resources for the standard that you can then assign to your students.

    If the standard name has been truncated then there will be ellipses. If you hover over the truncated name, a tooltip will show the complete standard name.

  6. Click the right arrow to scroll through the standards. You can click a column header to sort the list by the column criteria.
  7. Click the information button in the Class Performance to display the percentage of students scoring above 70% on each standard in the test.

  8. Click a student's score to expand question and answer details for the associated standard.
    • Click the right arrow to view additional questions associated with the standard.
    • Click Question Info to view the assignment name, the date the assignment was submitted, the question number, and the question score.
    • If the question was scored using rubrics, click Rubric to view the rubric criteria used for scoring.

    • To close this view, click on the student score box again.

  9. Click Export Data to generate a CSV file of the data for use with Microsoft® Excel or other spreadsheet tools.

    The Export Data option is not available on the Apple® iPad®.

If the standards are in multiple standard libraries, you can select the grade to see the standard mastery.

Class Mastery by Standard Video

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