This article gives an overview of different ways for teachers to analyze class-level assessment data in Forefront.
The first view in a class is the overview page. It shows proficiencies calculated from all the programs, which are the tabs across the top.
On the overview page, each column (in this case, the Common Core math domains) supports sorting and drilling in more specific standards.
To sort proficiencies: Hover at the top of the column to see the option to sort.
Click the columns to sort the proficiencies.
To drill down into standards: Click the top of the column to go deeper.
This opens any standards or clusters below the top level. Remember that there may be multiple levels. Use the red arrow to go back.
The ability to sort is supported throughout drilling down into standards.
After entering the data, data from a single assessment can be viewed and sorted in the data spreadsheet.
Click the top of the columns to sort by question or by total. This can be helpful when looking at a pre-assessment. Based on the pre-assessment, teachers can plan small groups or strategic partnerships.
Single Assessment Report
The single assessment report views a single assessment three ways: question analysis, standards and performance. Toggle between them by selecting an option on the right sidebar.
This breaks the assessment into the questions and performance per question.
This shows student proficiency based on the standards assessed on the assessment.
This breaks the class scores into overall performance bands.
Hover on the report to see student names and performance.
Click on the question or standard at the bottom of the report to see the question or the full language of the standard.
Add cohorts using the green plus-sign button to compare class performance to the school, district, or global cohort.
The Reporting Suite offers different reports for a deeper analysis of class data. Learn more about other reports here.