Individual Strengths & Opportunities Report - New Portal Beta

June 6, 2017

The Individual Strengths & Opportunities Report will allow Users to view the student's overview, category performance, as well as a question review per exam. This report can be used to review with the student in the room. The report will show statistics and performances as they relate to the score thresholds set when creating or editing the course. 

Generating the Individual Strengths & Opportunities Report

Begin by logging in, and select the appropriate course by clicking its Name, or the Pencil Icon.

Select the exam from the list by clicking its Name.

You will be brought to the Proctoring page by default. Click the Reporting/Adjust Scoring sub-tab.

By default, you will be in the Class view. Click Students to see the list of all students with access to the assessment.

Click on the Eye icon for a student.

A slide-out pane will appear on page with 3 options for the selected student.

At the top of the window, you can easily navigate through the list of exam takers by utilizing the Previous and Next buttons.

Student Overview

When expanded, the Student Overview tab will show the student's score, statistics, as well as the average score for this assessment.

Category Performance

When expanded, the Category Performance will show the student's performance per category. Each category will be separated by the different category types, clearly labeled in bold before listing the category performance(s).

  • The  icon represents the student score, shown along each category's number line.
     
  • The  icon represents the class average score for a category, shown along each category's number line.
     
  • The  icon represents the score range of all students per category. 
     
  • The  icon represents a score that is below the at risk threshold percentage. By default, any score lower than 60% is marked as need(s) improvement / are at risk.
     
  • The  icon represents a score that is below the needs review threshold percentage. By default, any score lower than 70% but greater than or equal to 60% is marked as needs review.
     
  • The  icon represents a score is greater than or equal to 70%.

Within the list of categories used on the assessment, the list will show the Category Type as a header, with it's categories listed below. If there are any sub-categories, they can be expanded by clicking the link as shown below.

Each subcategory will display the student's performance per category.

To collapse the list of sub-categories, click the link once again.

Questions

When expanded, the Questions section will show all questions in the exam by default. This may be changed by clicking the Incorrect Questions button.

Depending on your View settings, the list of questions will either display all questions, or only the questions that the student answered incorrectly. Utilizing either view, you will see the # of Incorrect Questions / # Total.

For multiple choice, 1 answer questions, the questions and answers will appear as such: The question number as it appeared to the student, full question text, all answer choices, green highlighted text and green check mark indicating the student selected the correct answer choice, red highlighted text and red no symbol indicating the student selected the incorrect answer choice, as well the points rewarded / total points available, and the number of categories tagged to the question. Clicking the number of tagged categories will generate a slide-out window showing each tagged category, separated by their category type.

For fill in the blank question types, the questions and answers will appear as such: The full question text and blanks (each numbered appropriately), the answer provided by the student, green highlighted text and a green check mark indicating the student entered an accepted response, red highlighted text and a red no symbol indicating the student entered the unaccepted response, as well the points rewarded / total points available, and the number of categories tagged to the question. Clicking the number of tagged categories will generate a slide-out window showing each tagged category, separated by their category type.

If the student entered an unaccepted answer, the accepted answer(s) will be listed to the right of their response. If there are multiple accepted responses, you will see the accepted responses listed next to the student's unaccepted response.

For true / false question types, the questions and answers will appear as such: The question number as it appeared to the student, full question text, true / false answer choices, green highlighted text and green check mark indicating the student selected the correct answer choice, red highlighted text and red no symbol indicating the student selected the incorrect answer choice, as well the points rewarded / total points available, and the number of categories tagged to the question. Clicking the number of tagged categories will generate a slide-out window showing each tagged category, separated by their category type.

For essay question types, the questions and answers will appear as such: The question number as it appeared to the student, full question text, and the full answer response. You will also see the points rewarded / total points available, and the number of categories tagged to the question. Clicking the number of tagged categories will generate a slide-out window showing each tagged category, separated by their category type.

For multiple choice, multiple correct answer question types, the questions and answers will appear as such: The question number as it appeared to the student, full question text, all answer choices, green highlighted text and green check mark indicating the student selected the correct answer choice, red highlighted text and red no symbol indicating the student selected the incorrect answer choice, as well the points rewarded / total points available, and the number of categories tagged to the question. Clicking the number of tagged categories will generate a slide-out window showing each tagged category, separated by their category type.

If a student missed an accepted answer choice, that answer choice will be bolded within the list.

To go back to the list of students, simply click the Back to Report button at the top of the report.

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