Where can I find focus area data?

You can view focus area data for your students from the dashboard, as well as from a course page or a grade level page.

To access focus area data from the dashboard:

  1. Click on a grade level from the menu on the left.
  2. On the Students page, click into the Focus area progress column to see details about focus areas.
  3. You'll find focus area progress data for each course that a student is currently taking. Click into the column for a course to see data for individual focus areas in that course. Focus areas that a student has passed will appear green, while focus areas where a student is off track will appear red. Focus areas that a student has not yet passed, but is also not off track, will appear white.
  4. Click into the column for a focus area to see data for content assessments. You'll see data for the most recent content assessment attempt. Click See All Attempts to view content assessment data for each attempt on a content assessment.

To access focus area data from a course page or a grade level page:

  1. From a course page, click Students.
  2. Click into the Focus area progress column to see details about focus areas.
  3. You'll find focus area progress data for each course that a student is currently taking. Click into the column for a course to see data for individual focus areas in that course. Focus areas that a student has passed will appear green, while focus areas where a student is off track will appear red. Focus areas that a student has not yet passed, but is also not off track, will appear white.
  4. Click into the column for a focus area to see data for content assessments. You'll see data for the most recent content assessment attempt. Click See All Attempts to view content assessment data for each attempt on a content assessment.

You can also access focus area data from a course page or a grade level page by clicking Overview in the upper right corner, then clicking Focus Areas. Once you're viewing focus area data, you can also click All Focus Areas in the upper right corner to select and see data for an individual focus area.

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  • In order to plan supporting instruction, I need to be able to see the progress on focus areas by groups, not just by individual students.

    I need data like:
    How many students have passed it,
    how many students have attempted it and failed,
    what specific questions did students get wrong and what percentage of students got that question wrong (which would help identify and fix the questions with poorly worded, overly confusing, or even just plain incorrect answer choices).

    This would make it easier for teachers to add supportive instruction, as well as to identify and correct problems within the assessments.

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