Assessment Guides

Guide to Proctor Reports

The reports in this guide apply to the 21st Century Skills Assessment (21 CSA), TCEA TA-TEKS Assessment, TechLiteracy Assessment, and WayFind Assessment. For information about the Digital Literacy Assessment, please see here.

The reports described here are available in educator accounts that have Proctor permissions and who have assigned one of the above-mentioned assessments.

To access these reports, navigate to a specific class and select the tab with a clipboard icon. This is your ‘Assessments’ tab.

Once you have an assessment selected, you will see the dropdown to ‘Generate \ Request Report’:

Once you’ve pulled your report, you have the option to export it by selecting the floppy disk ‘Save’ icon on the upper bar menu. The recommended format for these reports is PDF.

Key to ‘Average Scores’

The reports described below contain ‘Average Scores’ bar charts. In those charts, you’ll see the following on the x-axis:

  • Class: average score for a selected class
  • School: average score for the school that class is in (within Learning.com)
  • District: average score for the Learning.com district
  • Report Group (RPT GRP): average score for a group of districts that want to be compared with each other. For example, a state might have its own report group
    • In many cases (when the group isn’t customized), this will default to a global average
    • To see what the Report Group is for your district, look in the upper right of the report
      • If what is listed there is the same as the assessment name (as in the example below), this means there is no customized report group for your class:

  • Global: average score for all students who took the assessment

 

Generate Class Report

This is the first option on the ‘Generate \ Request Report’ dropdown; the report will automatically open in a new tab and is titled ‘Class Detail Report.

This report provides a summary of your class’s performance and includes metrics regarding how its performance compares to other demographics.

The first page showcases the results of the exam as a whole:

The next pages give summarized and module-level results of performance with regard to the different skills:

Generate Proctor Report

This is the second option on the ‘Generate \ Request Report’ dropdown; the report will automatically open in a new tab and is titled ‘Proctor – Class Summary Report.’

As opposed to the ‘Class Detail Report,’ this report does not show individual scores but does show the average score for each class where you have students who have completed the assessment.

The first page showcases the results of the exam as a whole:

The next pages give summarized and module-level results of performance with regard to the different skills:

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Generate Assessment Item Detail Report

This is the third option on the ‘Generate \ Request Report’ dropdown; once you select the report from the dropdown menu, you can select individual or multiple students. The report will open in a new tab.

The report will provide both the ‘Question Type’ and the task or concept that the test taker answered incorrectly:

Generate Score Reports

This is the fourth option on the ‘Generate \ Request Report’ dropdown. Once you select the option, you will see a message informing you that the report information will be mailed to the email on file within 24 and 72 hours. If the reports are large, you may need to return to the same page to download them. In many cases, this may take less than the projected time.

The score reports will provide you with the ‘Individual Assessment Report’ for each student in the selected class:

The full report is 3 pages and covers per-standard details for all the exam skill modules (‘Creativity and Innovation’ to ‘Technology Operations and Concepts’).