View the level(s) of the individualized learning path(s) assigned to students for key strands based on the Summative Benchmark assessment results. It can be used to help identify and group students performing at the same level.
You have the option of including the Summative Benchmark Annual Growth report when generating this report.
In this article we will cover:
Generating the Report
1. Navigate to the Individualized Learning tab and select your filter criteria to find the student(s) you'd like to run a report for.
2. Place a check next to the student(s) that you would like to generate the report for, OR check the box at the top of this list to select all students. Then click Generate Report.
Note: This will create a separate report for every student that you select.
3. Make sure that Report Type says Assessment, then select Summative Benchmark, and finally Benchmark Results: Individualized Learning. Click Next.
4. Under Report Characteristics, you can edit the name of the report (optional) and select to Summarize by.
Selected Students: This option shows each level, subject, and key strand while listing all students that have each assigned.
Individual Student: This option shows each level, subject, and key strand while listing one student's information per page.
5. Select the data you wish to display. Click Preview.
Note: (Optional) Select to include the SB Annual Growth report. If included, the Annual Growth Report will always display data for all testing windows.
What to look for
View the scaled score the student earned for the key strand(s) in which he/she received an ILP. Did the student place at the low or high end of the range?
Is there a particular key strand in which multiple students scored below the time of year target and therefore were assigned an ILP? Review key foundational skills for that strand.
If students were assigned multiple ILPs at various levels, use this report to help identify which ILP the student should complete first. This may be the strand they scored the lowest in or the strand that is most applicable to what is currently being taught in the classroom.