Description: The article is related to student masteryconnect. The writer primarily shows you how to access reports and mastery connect. You can check specific reports of students for assessments and a special quarter within the school year.
Today I’ll show you how to access reports and mastery connect. The report that we’re going to look at is an individual student report from this teachers’ login. You’ll go to your trackers and choose the subject. If I go for math, I will click my math tracker. When I’m in that tracker, I’m going to focus on the students’ report which I’d like to view.
I can click on the student’s name, it will show these two standards. A 1 and A 2 are the ones that have been assessed. The others show the NS because they have not been assessed. When I’m ready, I can click print report. I always like to select show complete standard. What does that standard entail? I may include assessment dates so that I know when the students took the assessment, when I added dates. It’s going to give me dates so that I can print the assessment in a range.
If I want to focus on a specific quarter within the school year, I’m going to select all dates that will cover everything in the past and the data in the future. Click print, it’ll bring up the print dialog box which you can click cancel on. That allows you to view the report notice next to each standard. It has shown all standards that are within our first quarter from the tracker. Then I’ll show current status and the words for those assessed.
For example, A 1 shows that they scored 1 out of 3 questions and they took it on October 17th. It also gives an abbreviated title of the assessment. So this is multiplication array. I can tell that by looking at the standard. They received mastery, it was 4 out of 5. They took down on October 30th. When I’m ready to do so, I can hit file print or command P to pull up the print dialog box. If I do not want to print this but I want to save it to access later, then I can choose my destination as save.
Then I’m going to click the Save button. I can name the students’ name and master connect or the specific dates. Then you should click save. I click cancel because I do not want to keeping this report today. I want to change it to print it immediately. I could choose a printer that shows how to access a specific student.
I want to look at a specific report for an assessment like the benchmark, the students’ reports not including the benchmark data. That will be important to note if you want benchmark data. You’ll have to pull it up separately. So let’s go back to the tracker and do that.
I will go to the top and click trackers again. We will go back to the math tracker. Let’s look at that math data. I need to hover over it. This one is the demo, I want the benchmark assessment. So I’ll come here and confirm that. I’m going to click reports from here. It will show me specific options, they are data analysis and item analysis for the different questions.
But it gives me information on how it carries out my instruction. If I look at printing scores, I can click on print scores and I can choose which students to include as well as which questions to include. It selects all of your students that were assessed on this automatically. I’m going to deselect that box. All the students’ names are not checked. I want to go back to that same student and check her name.
I’m leaving all the questions checked because I want them to be on the assessment as a whole. I can choose show correct answer for miss questions or show open response answers. From giving this test, there are not open response answers. So that box doesn’t matter to me on this assessment. I may not want to give the people who view this report accesses to the correct answers. I’m going to use this in a conference. It might be helpful to have the answers.
So they can go over them. I might want to leave that box checked again. I would click print, it’s going to show that student’s name. If you’re ready, you can print it or save it depending on which option is right for you at the moment. I’m going to click cancel. So we can look at this report closely, it is small. I’m going to zoom in a little on my screen so that we can see it.
It shows all of the standards assessed because this is a benchmark assessment with multiple standards. It shows that the student had mastery on each of the individual standards. So this is good information because it shows that they’re stronger or they’re weaker, whether they were awarded a point for that question or whether they received zero out of one point, that lets us know that they missed that question.
At the top, you’ll also see their total scores and percentages because we focus on that standards-based grading. That percentage may not be important for us, but it may be beneficial data depending on what we’re using this report for.
When you’re ready, you can click print, you can choose to save this report and share it or you can change that destination to a printer to print in this case. It may be helpful to print in color because it shows the green for mastery. Printing a black and white should be fun. Then you would print that report. This shows you how to access data for a specific assessment.