Class Screening Detail

The Class Screening Detail report is available at the teacher, school and district administrator levels. It allows educators to view results for each student, or specific grade level questions by standard in the Universal Screening assessments. In the example below, the Class Screening Detail is shown at the teacher level.

After selecting "Class Screening Detail," you can run the default report by clicking "View Report," or you can alter the options.

  1. Assessment Level - Universal Screening assessments can be assigned at the teacher, school administrator, and district administrator levels. Choose the level of the Universal Screening assigned to students to view that assessment.
  2. Select Screening - You can choose a specific Universal Screener to view by clicking this drop down menu, and selecting the name of the Universal Screener you would like to view. (Universal Screeners assigned by school administrators will end with the school administrator's name in parenthesis.)
  3. Content Grade - Because Universal Screeners encompass several grade level tests all in one assessment, you will need to select the grade level test you would like to view. You can easily change the grade level you would like to see by clicking the number(s) in the drop down box. Click "View Report" to apply changes.
  4. Options - Click "Options" to filter data. Filter by Class and/or Student.
    • ‚ÄčSelect Class(es) - Select one or multiple classes you would like to see. If you would like to look at only one specific class, click "All Classes" and chose the class you would like to view. If you would like to compare two or more classes, click "All Classes" and choose the classes you would like to compare. You can remove classes by clicking the "x" next to the class name. You can include as many classes as you have the ability to see.
  5. View Report - After you have set up the report you would like to view, click "View Report." After you have clicked "View Report" you can still alter the report by changing the options or by selecting another grade level to view. Remember, always click "View Report" after you have changed the options.
  6. Export - Export to PDF or Excel.
  1. Item Detail - This table shows all students in the selected class(es) and their performance on the grade level test in the Universal Screening assessment selected.
    • Score - The score the student achieved on the grade level test selected in the Universal Screening assessment.
    • Standards - The standard for the specific question seen in the grade level test by each student. The standard relates to the grade level content the student should know based on the standards alignment.
    • Key - Displays Correct, Incorrect, Don't Know, Time Expired, and Test Not Taken
      • If the student answers the question correctly, the cell for that question will remain blank.
      • If the student answers the question incorrectly, the cell for that question will show a filled-in circle.
      • If the student clicks "Don't Know" on a question, the cell for that question will show an open circle.
      • If a student doesn't finish the test in the time alotted, the cell for that question will show a dash.
      • If the student did not take the selected grade level test in the Universal Screener, the cell will show a grey box.
  2. Legend - The legend shows a description of each standard, the location in iLearn Math and Assignments that that standard appears, and the average score for the standard based on the students in the report you run. The average score will help you determine which standards your students struggle with most.

Use the Class Screening Detail report to view detailed metrics on how students performed on specific topics in a grade level in a Universal Screening assessment.