Visit the Insights Tab

For a holistic view of student data, click on the Classes tab, choose the desired class and select the “Insights” sub-tab. The “Insights” sub-tab provides overall class data in the “Metrics” section, as well as detailed data by Students, Questions, and Standards in the “Performance” section.

Class data on the Insights sub-tab can be viewed in three ways: by subject, assignment, or assessment. Within the “Filters” section, the “Report Type” menu allows you to select the data you wish to analyze. To learn more about the Insights sub-tab, click here.

Analyze Subject Data By Standard

If you want an overview of subject data, select “Subject” under “Report Type”. Next, select the subject that you teach. If you wish to narrow your analysis further, you can choose a specific unit to view data from. This view allows you to see how students performed on all attempted questions in that unit, free practice, and assignments.

Once you’ve decided which subject data as well as specific units or topics you want to view, scroll to the “Performance” section, and click the “Standards” button.

Now you can see a table organized by each standard your students have practiced within that subject or unit. Hover your mouse over each standard to read its description. Additionally, the table includes the standard category, number of questions aligned to that standard, average time spent per standard, questions completed, and accuracy for each standard. This table can be filtered by both “Average Time Spent” and “Progress”.

Analyze Assignment/Assessment Data by Standard

If you want to view data from a specific assignment or assessment, visit the respective sub-tab to recall the name of the assignment/assessment you are looking to review. Return to the “Insights” sub-tab. Locate the “Filters” section and select “Assignment” or “Assessment”. Then type the assignment/assessment name into the labeled box below.

Once you’ve filtered the assignment or assessment data you want to view, scroll to the “Performance” section, and click the “Standards” button. Here you will see the same features as when you analyzed by subject.

Create Assignments by Standard

In the “Performance” section, take note of how students performed on each standard in the “Accuracy” column. Here you can easily see the standards students are struggling with and craft a plan to address their misconceptions.

In the far left column, there is a “Find Questions” button. This button will direct you to a list of all questions aligned to that standard within the subject. Here you can create targeted assignments based on student accuracy in order to review the standards students struggled with most.

Learn more about creating customized assignments.

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