How do I create and view results for a district assessment?

Updated 2 months ago by Alek Turner

Step 1: Click on the "Assessment Center" on your district dashboard.

Step 2: Click on "Assessment Builder."

Step 3: You will begin building your assessment by typing an “Assessment Name” and selecting the subject. You can also add tags and toggle if you would like to save the assessment to your school bank, allow students to view item results in detail after the assessment is complete, and randomize the questions. Then select “Save and Continue."

In the "Settings" of the assessment, if "Allow Teachers to Assign/View/Duplicate" is set to "Yes", or "Assign Only," it will show up for teachers and school admins in the assessment bank to assign.

If the assessment is set to "No" for "Allow Teachers to Assign/View/Duplicate," then the assessment code will need to be shared.

Teacher View Example: If the district assessment was set to "Yes" on "Assign/View/Duplicate," when teachers navigate to “Full Assessment Bank” in their teacher dashboard, they will locate the district assessment.

Step 4: Now you will build your assessment by adding questions. You have two options on how to add questions to your assessment.

Option 1:

If you select “I Will Select the Questions,” this will allow you to decide the domain, standards, and questions you want included in your assessment. You can also select Passage Questions Only and My Authored Questions. Once you have selected all of the questions you want added to your assessment, you will then click “Save and Preview.”

Option 2:

If you select “Progress Learning Will Select the Questions,” you will be able to determine the assessment length, and the platform will show how many questions are being pulled per domain from the library database of questions.

Step 5: After the questions have been added to the assessment, you can preview the assessment before saving. In the “Preview” mode, you can view the questions as a student. Here you can click “Save Assessment” to have in your assessment library.

Step 6: You can view results by clicking "My Assessments" in your "Assessment" section. You can view results two ways.

Option 1: You can click "Action" next to the assessment you want to view results, and then click "Export Results."

Option 2: Coming Soon*

You can click on the "Results" next to the assessment to view data on performance.


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