This an assessment report which maps the performance levels from disparate rubrics to common performance levels, then aggregates the data for all rubrics across the selected standards/outcomes. The assessment data comes from the assessment of course assignments and document review submissions. The report allows assessed data to be filtered by many criteria including rubric, assessment type (summative or formative), assessment status (draft or final), term, gender, etc.
To create a Standard/Outcome Report:
- Click the Tools tab located at the top of the screen
- Go to the Reports tab, click the New button and select Standard/Outcome Report under the category --C1 only--
- Enter a Title
- Add Description (optional)
- Check the box to make this report available in the ExhibitCenter (Optional)
- All the standard sets which have been aligned to rubrics in the selected domain are available in the Standard Set dropdown list. Select the set which contains the standards you wish to include. Only one set can be selected on this screen
- You can either Add the Entire Set or Refine Standards and search for specific standards within a set
- Option 1: Click the button to Add the Entire Set
- Click Finish Defining Standards. Additional Standard Sets can be added at this time by selecting from the Standard Set dropdown menu
- The total number of scored rubric documents aligned to defined standards will be displayed on this screen
- Option 2: Click the button from the Standard/Outcome home screen to Refine Standard(s)
- Search Standard by Keyword to select specific standard(s) within a set
- Click the Search button
- Select the specific standards that you would like to add to the report by checking the box next to the standard and click the Add Selected Standard(s) button
- Click Finish Defining Standards
The total number of scored rubric documents aligned to defined standards will be displayed on this screen.
- Select the rubrics to be included by clicking the checkbox in the left column
- If desired, optional reporting criteria can be defined by clicking the Add Optional Filters button
- Add the filter in the column on the left, and choose the data you wish to include in the report in the column on the right. Multiple filters can be applied at the same time
- Click Finish
- Click Finish Selecting Rubrics when all the criteria and filters have been selected
- Assessment data can be normalized from rubrics with different performance levels by selecting a value from the Standard Levels dropdown menu
- Select the number of performance levels that will be common for all normalized rubrics
- Type the names of the normalized performance levels into the text boxes
- Click Apply Standard Levels to complete the mapping on the next page
- Map each rubric level into the normalized performance level under the Standardized Level column. All levels must be mapped for selected rubrics or the report cannot be run
- Click the View Report button
Standard/Outcome Report Results
The number of unique rubrics in which the listed standard is included.
Note: The same standard may occur multiple times in a single rubric, but the rubric will only be counted once.
Total Assessment Count
The total number of assessments that are aligned to the listed standard.
Note: This count may include multiple assessments of the same student.
Total Student Count
The number of unique students that have been assessed with a rubric aligned to the listed standard.
Note: This count includes students that were assessed at least once. Students who have been assessed more than once for a listed standard are still only counted once.
The first number represents the level assessment count, which is the number of assessments scored at each level. The second number, in parenthesis, represents the level student count, which is the number of unique students assessed at each performance level.
Note: Students assessed at more than one performance level will be counted in the level student count for EACH level at which they were scored.
Export to CSV
The table is exported in CSV format with each number in a separate cell. The output can be opened in a spreadsheet application like Excel to allow for graphing, sharing, or statistical analysis.