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    • Catch them beforethey fallThe Power of DataBy: Rani Baksh
    • If you want to see it,teach it!If you teach it,assess it!If you assess it,use it to guide instruction!Assess again to see ifinstruction was effective!
    • Step 1: Decide, as a team,which data to analyze** Utilize assessments given throughAssessTrax - it makes life easier!!
    • This report is thecommon report printedto view student results.Student Results Report Log in to AssessTrax Click “Work with my tests and classes” Select a completed assessment Click “View Results” Select the class Click “Student Level Results”
    • Step 2: Collect & Organize Data**Each teacher should access the AnswerFrequency Report in AssessTrax - resultsshould be compiled into one chart
    • Answer Frequency Report(percentage of the class that selectedeach answer choice) Log in to AssessTrax Click “Work with my tests andclasses” Select a completed assessment Click “View Results” Select the class Click “Answers” along the Analysisbar
    • Teachers should combinefrequency scores in one chart. Thechart should be saved on theshared drive and each teacher canin their own scores. A Any score below 70% shouldbe marked in red. Look for trends. Skills that indicate weaknessshould be noted.
    • Step 3: Analyze Data to identifystrengths, weaknesses and trends
    • What other data canAssessTrax give us?
    • AssessTrax can also give us reports calledMatrix Reports, which include:1. Student Answers by Question Number2. Student Scores by Objective3. A Description of the Objectives addressed oneach assessment4. Question Descriptions (not available for benchmarks)5. The ability to group student results according toassessment performance
    •  Log in to AssessTrax Click “Work with my tests and classes” Select a completed assessment Click “View Results” Select the class Click “Class Reports” along the Reporting bar Click on “Matrix Reports” Click “Continue” Select “Yes” and “Color” under Report Options You can select all students, or specific groups of students you’d like to analyze – you willalways get the same 4 reports Click “Continue” You will get a message box notifying you that the report may take several minutes togenerate – click “OK” Select “Get Printed Report”Steps to Assess Matrix Reports
    • Identify and click on scores below 70%Assesstraxs will group students and highlight whichquestions students struggled on . Wrong answersare marked in pink. Search for patterns!Criteria: Students grouped by scoredand questions.
    • The on level group of students. Trendsstart to emerge.
    • With students that scored high, you can targetspecific questions.
    • Another option, analyze by two differentcriteria. This report shows students grouped byscore and objective.
    • Middle group 70%- 80%
    • Students scoring >90%
    • When classroom instruction is notenough….strategically plan to do more!
    • Step 4: Create an Action Plan** Share ideas, strategies and lesson plansthat have been successful
    • Good decisions are based on data.Better decisions are made aftercollecting and examining data,reflecting on alternatives, and gettingfeedback from others.