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Group Progress Report
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1. Export this Report. You can download and keep a record of this Report as a PDF or CSV (Excel spreadsheet) by clicking on one of these links.
2. Filter Results. You can filter the data using the dropdown lists on this bar. You can filter by Gender, Ethnicity, or by English as a first language, to show selected Groups of Learners. In this example, no filters have been used.
3. Further selection of Learners. By default, you get a Report on Learners who took part in any of the Assessments across the selected points in time, you can also choose to get a Report only on those Learners who took part in all of the Assessments across the selected points in time. To do so, check the Only show Learners common across all series box on the right.
4. The name of the Group (in this example, Business Admin Group).
5. Koru. The koru indicate the steps on the learning progressions. There are six steps, with Step 1 at the bottom of the graph and Step 6 at the top. The spacing of each Koru on the scale shows the range of achievement of students reported as performing at that step, as well as the range of difficulties of questions in the Assessment for that step in the progressions.
6. The achievement scale. The vertical axis shows a scale from 0 to 1000, indicating increasing achievement on the learning progressions. All the Assessments are linked within each strand (Numeracy, Reading or Writing), so that the Scale Scores have the same meaning regardless of which Assessment within the strand is included in the Report. However, results on different strands (for example, Numeracy and Reading) should not be compared.
7. The Series (points in time). The horizontal axis shows a label for each point in time that has been selected for the Report. One series (for example, Series A) may represent a unique Non-Adaptive Assessment, or it may represent an Assessment period during which different Adaptive or Non-Adaptive Assessments (within the same strand) were administered to Learners in the Group. Between one and five points in time may be shown on one Group Progress Report. This example shows three points in time (Series A, B and C).
8. Box and whisker plot. This shows the distribution of Learners' results at each point in time.
9. Achievement statistics. This table provides more detail about the spread of Learners' results at each of the selected points in time.
The labels at the top identify the sequence of points in time (in this example, Series A, B and C).
More detailed information on the Reports in the Assessment Tool can be downloaded in PDF format here.
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