The Universal Screener Annual Growth report allows you to track and compare growth for individual students, classes, teachers, and/or schools over a single school year. This report also allows you to compare the scaled scores to the testing window targets to ensure they are being met.
You have the option of including only the students that have results for all test administrations (recommended for showing true growth) or to include all students.
Generating the Report
1) Navigate to the Individualized Learning tab.
2) Use the filters to select the students you would like to report on.
3) After applying the filter, place a check next to any student that you would like to include in the report.
Note: You can select all of the students in the filter results by clicking the box above the column.
4) Click Generate Report.
5) Report Type: Assessment
Select: Universal Screener
Select: Universal Screener Results: Annual Growth
6) Click Next.
7) Name your report and choose how you would like it summarized.
Selected Students: This option shows the results summarized by the average of the students you selected.
Individual Student: This option shows the results summarized with detail on each individual student.
Note: See examples Below.
8) Choose your Report Options.
Note: It is recommended to choose the option that only includes students with results in all testing windows.
9) Click Preview.
Note: While previewing the report, you have the option to print the report to a PDF. Once the report is in a PDF format – you can save or print the report.
Example: Summarize by Selected Students
Example: Summarize by Individual Student
What to Look For
As you read the report, notice the following items:
- Use the filters to check to see how the students, classes, teachers, and/or schools are performing in relation to the testing window target expected for that time of year. Are they performing on, above, or below the target? Scores below target will be displayed in red.
- Compare how the students, classes, teachers, and/or schools are performing compared to each other. Look to see if one student, class, teacher, or school is performing much higher or lower than the others.
- For display by Selected Students, notice the student count for each test administration. An increased or decreased student count may skew the results.