Student results appear in various places, depending on what level you need:
Assignments tab—View by each mission. See View Results for the Mission.
- Students > Progress Graph—View progress toward mastery for each student. See Progress Monitoring.
- OnTrack tab—View progress for the entire grade or school.
See On-Track Group Progress Report.
Printing or Exporting Results
To capture the screen display of the heat map, use the Print command in your browser. To obtain an editable copy (CSV format), use the Export button:
For example, you could use the export file to sort and group students based on skill status.
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Narrow Down to a Strand
Under the Class Dashboard tab, complete the filter menus (gray bar at top). Here are tips:
- Instructional Area — Also known as the MAP "goal score," is optional, but helps to narrow down the list of strands.
- Strand — Choose All Strands if you want an overview of all testing done for the subject.
- If "No Skill Status Data Available" appears, try changing the filters to be more broad.
If viewing All Strands:
Scan the strand "donut" charts for the status demanding the most attention:
Needs Work or Passed Below Instructional or Instructional
(reading only)Meaning of the Chart Numbers...
Donut charts are not a count of students. They show a count of...
- ...all skills of a given status (or reading grade levels of a given status),
...across all students who match the search criteria
A given status could appear multiple times for one student, so the count does not necessarily equal the count of students.
If multiple strands demand attention, click whichever chart is most relevant to your current teaching.
Multiple math strands: If you see more strands than the one you assigned, it is because each mathematics skill can relate to multiple strands. Again, pick whatever strand is most relevant now. As the student progresses on a skill under one strand, that progress will apply to all other strands where the skill appears.
After you click a strand chart, continue to the next section.
Clicking a strand "donut" chart opens the underlying skills in a "heat map" chart with the following parts:
To help pinpoint skills, you can:
Hover or click over each skill to see a full description and column highlight:
Switch between grade and skill status (reading only):
Tip: Although reading skills appear to be the same across grades, they differ by the level of text complexity.
- See also:
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