Single Test Analysis provides interactive graphs of a single local Aware assessment. Each assessment is broken down by questions, standards, and student demographics featuring live data in real-time as assessments are scored.
Note: Single Test Analysis only works within Aware Beta.
Teachers and administrators can use Single Test Analysis to analyze data dynamically. This feature is designed for teachers, but any user with the right to view a test in data views can use Single Test Analysis, including principals or other administrators.
Note: You will need to rescore any tests scored before August 2022 to apply Single Test Analysis to older tests.
With Single Test Analysis, a single user can draw conclusions from visual information to inform routine instruction. Each part of Single Test Analysis is designed to help reveal insights into student performance as they emerge from data analysis. Single Test Analysis aims to allow users to quickly draw conclusions about assessment data and take actionable steps for future instructional practices.
Note: Not all districts can access Single Test Analysis in Aware. Contact your local district Eduphoria representative for more information.
Single Test Analysis Design
Single Test Analysis does:
- work within Aware Beta;
- graph data visually for active Aware assessments in the current year;
- focus on one assessment;
- display real-time data;
- allow for clickable interactions within the dataset; and
- provide visuals for an immediate perspective of the dataset.
Single Test Analysis does not:
- work within Aware Classic;
- provide accountability data or data analysis;
- compare prior years’ assessments;
- analyze data from STAAR, third-party, custom, or regular imports;
- upload assessment results from a file within the administration tab;
- visualize longitudinal data or cohort program evaluation; or
- print data in reports.
Note: Because of the dynamic nature of the data, reports cannot be printed from Single Test Analysis. Static reports can still be printed from QuickViews in Data Analysis.
Roles and Rights
Both teachers and administrators can view performance data in Single Test Analysis. The main difference between the two views is in the top filter options. For example, the teacher view shows students, while the administrator view shows schools. However, all features align even though the filters present differently.
How to Use Single Test Analysis
For active Aware tests within the current school year, select Single Test Analysis. Choose a test by clicking on the test title or applying filters to locate a specific test. The test will open on the Performance Summary tab.
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