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Learning Continuum

The Learning Continuum report translates MAP scores to learning statements, using two views:

Description

Translates MAP scores to learning statements so you can set student goals and tailor your instruction to student needs.

Class View — organized by what each student is ready to learn

Test View — organized by all RIT bands so you can see what to reinforce or introduce

Applicable Tests MAP Growth and MAP Growth K‑2.

Required Roles

Instructor, Administrator, or Assessment Coordinator (School or District)

Date Limits

1 year prior, for tests completed within your test window range (set under Manage Terms)

Video Overview

New—Learn about the Student Profile report, which offers a new and convenient way to use learning statements, as well as related standards.

How to Access

You can access the Learning Continuum either from View Reports > MAP Reports > Learning Continuum, where you can open either the Class View or Test View...

—or—

...quickly open the Class View by clicking links in the Class Breakdown by Goal report:

With this access, you can more easily pinpoint the student or students who need support.

Note: In addition to teachers (Instructor role), school and district leaders can also take advantage of this feature (specifically, the District Assessment Coordinator and Administrator roles).

Display Tips

  • If available, click Edit Display Options to further control the display. The Display Options are not available on all test versions.

    • Group by Topic—These topic groups are chosen by NWEA to make it easier to locate common themes and content. The topics are not connected to any standard.
    • Group by Standard—Most useful when combined with the Grade Level Standards filter, so you can isolate particular standards.

       

    • Filter by Grade Level Standards—Use this in combination with the Group by Standard option:

  • Use the browser search: Ctrl+F or Cmd+F.

    Example: You are unsure which sub-goal contains a certain topic.

  • Click a RIT band to view it in isolation, along with adjacent RIT bands. (Class View only.)

    Example: You need to differentiate instruction for students performing in a given RIT band.

    Note: To restore the full view, click View All.

  • Click a student name to isolate just that student. (Class View only.)

    Example: You need to set learning goals for a certain student.

    Note: To restore the full view, click View All.

Print the Display

Note: Printed copy will become outdated as the test calibration changes, so always refer to the online view for the latest information.

  1. Use the Firefox browser for the most accurate print rendering; however, any supported browser will work.
  2. Display the learning statements you want.

    Tip: For the Test View, you can print every third RIT band to avoid printing the RIT bands that overlap.

  3. Scroll to the top and click Print (or type Ctrl+P on Windows, Cmd+P on Mac).
  4. Optional—For a PDF, you could print to a PDF printer driver:
    • On Windows—You must first have a PDF printer driver installed. You can then select the PDF printer.
    • On Mac—When printing, click the PDF button and choose Save as PDF...

Frequent Questions for the Learning Continuum

Use Restrictions for Learning Continuum

The Learning Continuum is the exclusive property of NWEA and is protected by U.S. and international copyright. Use of the Learning Continuum by any person or entity other than a subscriber school district or other recognized and subscriber entity (“Subscriber”) is prohibited. By using the Learning Continuum, you agree to the following terms and conditions of this Use Agreement (the “Use Agreement”).

 

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