After viewing this presentation, you should understand how to: Navigate the system View score reports View participation reports from the Test Management Center Search for specific students Manage student rosters Objectives 2
Provide timely, relevant reports and guide educators to make valid, actionable interpretations of the data Interactive data Near real-time reporting (upon completion of scoring for hand-scored responses) Provide access to data Downloadable data files for districts, schools, and teachers Provides results for assessments in one system Provides participation data Purpose 3
Logging In 4
ORS Interface: Welcome Page 5
ORS Interface: Global Tools 6
Score Report Navigation: General Approach 7 Who What When
Levels of the Three Dimensions 8 StateDistrictSchoolTeacherClassStudent SubjectClaimsTargets Testing Window Trend
Home Page Dashboard 9
You can select the test and administration for which you want to view score data. Home Page Dashboard: Select Test and Administration 10
Score Data 11 Scores for students who were mine at the end of the selected administration Scores for my current students Scores for students who were mine when they tested during the selected administration Allows you to see score data for those students who tested in the selected test and administration Allows you to immediately view score data for those students who are associated to your current rosters, even if they were previously enrolled in a different school or district Allows you to see score data for those students who were associated with your school, district, or roster when they were tested in the selected test and administration
“What” Targets Report 20 Benchmark Level Description Better than performance on the test as a whole This target is a relative strength. The group of students performed better on items from this target than they did on the rest of the test as a whole. Similar to performance on the test as a whole This target is neither a relative strength nor a relative weakness. The group of students performed about as well on items from this target as they did on the rest of the test as a whole. Worse than performance on the test as a whole This target is a relative weakness. The group of students did not perform as well on items from this target as they did on the rest of the test as a whole. Insufficient Information Not enough information is available to determine whether this target is a relative strength or weakness.
“When” Trend Reports 21
Trend Report Features 22 Select Administrations to Plot Choose Who to Graph View Data by Demographic Subgroup View Dimensions Choose What to Graph Hide Trend Lines
Summary Statistics Retrieve Student Results Plan and Manage Testing Test Completion Rates Test Management Center 23
Test Management Center: Summary Statistics 24
Test Management Center: Retrieve Student Results 25
Test Management Center: Plan and Manage Testing 26
Test Management Center: Plan and Manage Testing 27 Which students have not yet tested? Which students have started but not yet completed their test? Which students need to finish tests that are going to expire soon? Which students have paused tests?
Test Management Center: Plan and Manage Testing 28
Test Management Center: Test Completion Rates 29
Search Students 30
Manage Rosters 31
Create and Manage Rosters 32
Roster Details 33
Things to Remember 34 The ORS helps educators answer questions regarding the assessment data to improve teaching and learning. The magnifying glass icon displays the exploration menu, which is used to explore the different dimensions and levels of score data. All reports can be printed and exported. The [Help] (User Guide) button is available on every page. Printable reports for parents can be generated.
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