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After creating and distributing Managed Assessments, educators can evaluate student results with three AMP reports:

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Overall Results Mastery Results Note: Each report is available for inactive/archived courses and sections in addition to ones

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currently in session.

Evaluating Student Overall Results Educators can export a report analyzing their students' results, broken down by Evaluating Student Mastery Results

individual questions, to view student achievement by any AMP Question Type in a managed assessment. This report contains granular information that enables instructors to evaluate how students are learning, and to pinpoint students who may need additional attention.

Evaluating Student Results by Question Evaluating Students: Using Your Course Gradebook with Managed Assessments

AMP Assessment Reports Area To open and review reports for Schoology Managed Assessments, click Assessment Reports in the menu on the left side of your home page. This brings you to a tiled list of your assessments, in alphabetical order from left to right and top to bottom. Click an assessment’s tile to open

Versioning Assessments

its Assessment Summary dashboard.

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From the dashboard, you can review high-level item- and student-based information about the assessment, and select from the different options to drill into those reports.

Student Scores Report

The Student Scores table on the Assessment Summary page displays your students’ assessment information, including: Average percentage score Number of students represented in the report The number of students in each scoring band: 0-59% 60-69% 70-79% 80-89% 90-100% Click the View All Students button to open a student report table. From the report, click Export CSV to add your report request to the export queue. When complete, the report package is sent to the email address associated with your Schoology account. Note: The export process may take some time to complete.

Item-Level Report Information When you export the item-level reports, you receive an email with a .zip file containing four (4) CSV spreadsheets: The item_results_by_student.csv file contains information on student performance by questions in the assessment. There is a row for every combination of student and question from the assessment. For example, if 10 students each responded to 10 questions in an assessment, there would be 100 rows in the file; one each for every question answered by each student. The assessment_questions.csv file contains additional information about the questions themselves, including average score, p-value, standard deviation of score, total number of students assessed on the question, number of omits, and point biserial correlation on each question. The assessment_answers.csv file contains the text of all multiple choice and true/false questions and possible answers in the assessment, including the frequency/count of students response on each multiple choice answer. There is a row for every combination of multiple choice and true/false question and possible answer choice from the assessment. For example, if there are 20 total multiple choice and true/false questions, and each of them have 5 possible answers, there would be 100 rows in the file; one each for every question+answer combination. The assessment_student_responses.csv file contains student answers for all multiple choice and true/false questions in the assessment. If the student gave multiple responses (answered both A and C on a single question, for example), there are multiple rows for that question. Download and unzip the file on your computer to view the results. The Performance by Student and Question report includes the following fields: username: The student's username; if there is no username, this field is blank. unique_user_id: The student's Unique User ID in Schoology. student_first_name: The student's first name. student_last_name: The student's last name. assessment_name: Assessment title. assessment_major_version: The version of the assessment that this student took for the submission. submission_date: The date and time the student submitted the assessment: for example, 4/27/16 18:12. submission_id: Schoology's ID for the submission. course_name: Course name of section in which the student took the assessment. section_name: Name of the section in which the student took the assessment. school_name: Building in which the assessment was taken. section_administrator: Instructors of the section above. question_id: The ID used to identify the question in Schoology. This value is included in all four reports. question_version_id: The ID used to identify the version of the question. This value is included in all four reports. Note: Every time a member of your AMP team edits a question in an assessment, Schoology saves the update as a new version and keeps all previous versions. As a result, one question in AMP may have multiple distinct versions. Each of these will have the same question_id, but distinct question_version_id values. points: The number of points the student received on the question. max_points: The number of points available on the question. attempted: One of two values will display in this field: TRUE–The student answered the question in the assessment. FALSE–The student did not answer (provided no response). The Additional Assessment Question Information report includes the following fields: question_id: The ID used to identify the question in Schoology; this same value is included in all four reports. question_version_id: The ID used to identify the version of the question. This value is included in all four reports. question_type: Type of question (multiple choice for example). question_text: The text of the question, with HTML removed. Question text is truncated at 256 characters. Math equations built using the math editor display in LaTeX format in the question_text field. For example: Displays as \(\sqrt[3]{a^{\frac{1}{2}}}\) Multiple resources are available online to convert formulas in LaTex format to their graphical representations. For example: http://latex2png.com/. learning_objectives: Titles of all aligned learning objectives; if multiple objectives are aligned to a question, they are separated by commas. average_score: Expressed as a ratio of the sum of student’s points and max points; rounded to two (2) digits after the decimal. Example value: .80 standard_deviation: The standard deviation of points/max points expressed as a ratio and rounded to two (2) digits after the decimal. Example value: .13 p-value: The ratio of students who provided the correct answer to total students who received the question in the assessment; p-value will not account for partial credit, so students must receive full credit on the question to count toward this metric. Example value: .75 students_assessed: Total number of students whose submission contained the question (including omissions). Example value: 153 omits: The number of students who did not attempt the question. Example value: 10 rpb: The point biserial correlation coefficient of each assessment item. Items with a point biserial correlation below 0.1 should be reviewed. Example value: -0.2 Note: Questions with a maximum point value of zero (0) are not included in this report. The Multiple choice and true/false answer text report includes the following fields: question_id: The ID used to identify the question in Schoology; this same value is included in all four reports. question_version_id: The ID used to identify the version of the question. This value is included in all four reports. response_value: One possible answer for the question. response_text: Any text included in the response area for the question. For true/false questions, it's possible that both the value and the text are the same. student_response_count: Displays a count of the number of students whose response included the answer. If a student gives multiple answers, all count for that individual student. For example, if a student answers both A and B for a question, both display on their own rows in the report. For this reason, the number of of response counts on all answers can exceed the number of students who took the assessment. The Multiple choice and true/false student answer report includes the following fields: submission_id: The ID used to identify the student submission in Schoology. question_id: The ID used to identify the version of the question. This value is included in all four reports. question_version_id: The student's Unique User ID in Schoology; if there is no Unique User ID, this field is blank. This value is included in all four reports. response_value: The student's selected answer for the question. Note: All four CSV files contain both question_id and question_version_id information, which matches among the reports. Using a spreadsheet program, such as Microsoft Excel or Tableau, you can join multiple tables and further compare information among the four. For example, matching reports by the question_id columns enables you to add the question type and text, as well as student responses, to the information in the Performance by Student and Question report.

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