Custom Assessment Results: Student Progress Report

Custom Assessment Results: Student Progress Report

A Custom Assessment is used to assess knowledge of particular skills, strands and/or standards. It can be administered frequently and is used to measure a small number of very specific skills or used broadly to measure a full nine-week period. It can also be administered as a pre- and post-test to measure learning gains.

When creating the assessment, you can refine it by subject, grade, and/or state standard. An Individualized Learning Path (ILP) can be created for each student or the test can simply be used to assess knowledge.

The Student Progress Report is used to view student results on a Custom Assessment. From its results, you can monitor student progress and view the impact of an ILP against weakness.

Generating the Report

1. Navigate to the Reports tab then click Assessment in the menu options on the left.



2. Scroll to find Custom Assessment Results: Student Progress Report then click create.



3. Select which students you would like to generate this report for using these steps here.

4. Choose your Report Options:



  • Give your report a name

  • Choose to Summarize By Individual Student

  • Select the Custom Assessment to report on

  • Check the box to View Detail if desired - this will generate the summary page, as well as student results and ILP data by strand.

  • Select your Date Range


5. Review your selections and click create.

6. A preview of your report will appear! Click CSV in the top right to download the report as a CSV file; click the down arrow to download the report as a PDF, click the printer icon to print the report, or click the back arrow on the left to return to the settings if changes needed to be made





What to Look For

As you read the report, notice the following items: 

  • For failing scores, notice the amount of time the student spent taking the assessment. How does this compare to the other students? Is the amount of time adequate? 

  • In the heading of the Student Results by Strand page of the report, you can see the grade level of the student as well as the grade level of the skills that were assessed. 

  • Has the student taken this assessment more than once? If so, did the student show growth? 

  • How did the student perform on his/her ILP? Did the student get enough time-on-task in Classworks to complete his/her ILP? Are there any units that the student did not master? If so, you may want to generate an Assignment Results report to view additional details. (Click here for information about the Assignment Results Report). 

  • Have you conferenced with the student to discuss his/her scores both on the assessment as well as on the ILP?



Report Samples

Summary of Student Results


Student Results by Strand


Results by Strand (%) and Classworks ILP Data



CSV Option

You can export the results of a custom assessment into a spreadsheet. This option allows you to export the results for multiple classes, teachers and/or schools. For example, a principal or district-level person may want the results of a common assessment that has been shared school or district wide. Users can manipulate the data as needed.
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You can export the Custom assessment data into a .csv (i.e. spreadsheet) file.

The file contains the following data:
  • Test name
  • School, Teacher, and Class name
  • Student name
  • Date Student completed the assessment
  • District ID
  • Set Mastery Level of Assessment
  • Grade
  • Strand % by Grade Level
  • Duration
  • Student's score
The export will display all students selected to report on. This will include students who have completed the assessment as well as those who still have the assessment assigned or skipped.
Students who have not taken the assessment will not have a date completed or a score listed.

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