Teachers will be able to build their own custom Data Views so they can effectively review and analyze data that is more pertinent to their students. "Teacher", in this article, refers to any rostered teacher or any user that has approved Monitor List access.
Note: Teachers may edit data views only if the local Aware Manager has enabled Teacher Editing of Data Views.
- Select the Edit button when viewing assessment data in the Analyze tab of Aware.
- Select the tests to which the data view should be applied.
- Select the data fields in the Columns tab to be used in the data view.
- Select any demographic information in the Summarize tab to be used in the data view.
- Select the Save as New View button in the upper left portion of the window to save changes to the data view.
Step 1: Assuming the local Aware Manager has enabled Teacher Editing of Data Views, teachers will select the Edit button when viewing assessment data.
Step 2: Select the assessments to which the data field will be applied by dragging them from the list on the left side of the window. There are no restrictions on what order or the number of assessments allowed. However, it is best practice to use chronological order (oldest to newest) when multiple tests are being used. This also can be done via drag and drop.
At the bottom right of the Tests tab is a checkbox to Summarize Selected Tests With Subject Results.
If multiple tests are on the active screen and this box is checked, the resulting data when the Data View is updated will combine each subject into one column each. For example, if the Tests tab contains four different math tests, once updated with this box checked, those four tests will be summarized together to combine the results. If multiple subjects are in the view, each subject's tests will be summarized into a single column of data per subject.
Step 3: Select columns tab, then add the data fields desired for the data view. At the bottom-right of the columns tab there is a checkbox to Include Students Who Were Not Scored. This button will include students who have test entries created in the data that have yet to be scanned or submitted.
Filtering is also available on the Columns tab. Select the field that needs a filter, select the Add Filter button, and then set the criteria on the logic statement that applies to the particular field. Filtering can be done on multiple fields, and also multiple filters can be added to a single field by selecting the Add Filter button more than once.
Step 4: Select the summarize tab, then drag and drop the desired demographic fields to the data view.
To show the data that has been selected during the process, select the Update button at the bottom of each tab. Note: The Update button does not save any built Data View.
Step 5: Save the custom data view by selecting the blue save icon at the top-left of the Data View and then select OK.
After a custom Data View has been saved, that View can be found under My Saved Views on the Analyze Tab. Any custom Data View can be edited to change the name or contents of the View. Once a View has been saved, it also can be edited and saved as a new View, which will allow the original to not be changed.