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Assesslet Actions Analysis Report for Teachers

The Actions Analysis Report allows teachers to view comparative data for the actions (items) in an Assesslet.

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Written by Mandy Alston
Updated over a week ago

Accessing the Actions Analysis report:

1. Select Reports from the left side menu.

2. Under Assesslet Activities, look across the header row of the Reports landing page for the name of the Assesslet.

3. Under the Assesslet name, click the Report launch icon in the Teacher row to view data at the teacher level.

4. Under the Assesslet name, click the Report launch icon in a Class row to view data by class.

5. Select the Actions Analysis Report option and click the Run Report button.

View Data by Action:

6. Select the blue Actions Data button for data for each action (item).

7. Click the underlined Action to view the Action or Item.

8. Red represents the percentage of incorrect responses.

9. Green represents the percentage of correct responses.

10. Yellow represents partial credit for responses with multiple possible score points.

11. This row represents all District level data. This data cannot be viewed in detail by a teacher.

12. This row represents all School level data. This data cannot be viewed in detail by a teacher.

13. This row represents data for a specific Teacher. The teacher can click any underlined links for more details.

14. This row represents data for a teachers specific class. The teacher can click any underlined links for more details.

View Data by Student Responses:

15. Select the blue Responses Data button for data at the individual student level.

16. This row shows the name of each class, with a row for each student below.

17. Click the black arrows to sort each action column.

18. Red represents the percentage of incorrect responses.

19. Green represents the percentage of correct responses.

20. Yellow represents partial credit for responses with multiple possible score points.

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