Amira's rich reports provide actionable insights teachers can use to understand student and class performance and differentiate Spanish-language instruction.
After a student completes the assessment in Spanish, the following will populate with data on the students' reading mastery skills.
Tracking, Benchmark, Progress, Parent and Dyslexia Risk reports will populate with Spanish assessment data. The Diagnostic Report is not yet available for Spanish-language assessments.
All reports will show data from the most recent assessment. Toggle to the Spanish radio button to view results in Spanish.
Spanish assessments will be labeled with an "ES" next to each student on the Tracking and Report.
1. What does it mean when the Tracking Report shows “Under Review”?
Under Review assessments have completed successfully. They are going through the Amira quality pipeline and will eventually be scored. Typically, “Under Review” takes overnight to 3 business days to clear.
Note that if either a Spanish or English test is Under Review, the Under Review status will display.
Action To Take: None. Just check back.
2. What does it mean when the Tracking Report shows “Incomplete”?
Incomplete means that one or more tasks needed to complete the Assessment have not been finished.
Action to Take: Have the student login and finish. Amira will start the student at the appropriate place.
3. What does it mean when the Tracking Report shows “Scoring”?
Scoring means Amira is completing the automatic scoring process. When there is a lot of usage, scoring can take an hour or two.
Action To Take: Check back the next day. If it is still Scoring, then have the student login and redo the Assessment.
4. What does it mean when the Tracking Report shows “Reassess”?
If either the English or Spanish test goes awry, the Tracking Report shows Reassess. This means the student needs to retake the Assessment.
Reassess can occur if the quality process reveals a problem or if the test cannot be scored.
Action to Take: Have the student login and redo the Assessment.
Spanish Assessment Story Titles
Kindergarten: Meme y el fútbol
Grade 1: Pajaros
Grade 2: El Festival del Charro
Grade 3: El temblor
Grade 4: Volcanes
Grade 5: ¿Por qué los camellos tienen joroba?