Proficiency data guide

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Proficiency explained

Proficiency data is an in-depth report for teachers and parents, illustrating what level a student is working at. It will show when the student mastered each skill, the steps involved, and the standards/curriculum correlations.

How to view proficiency data - for a class

These instructions will explain how to view proficiency data for a whole class.

Ensure you have your desired class selected. You can change your selected class using the drop down menu at the top left

How to view proficiency data - individual student

These instructions explain how to see an in-depth proficiency report for an individual student.

From your teacher dashboard, ensure you have the class of the student whose progress you want to check selected.

You can change the class you have selected using the drop down menu at the top left

How to understand proficiency data

This explanation refers to the proficiency charts given when following Option 1 or Option 2 and clicking proficiency chart.

What does the proficiency chart show?

Along each line, you’ll see a series of shapes representing the skills that the student has completed.

Click the shape to see a summary of the skill and when it was completed. For more details, including its curriculum correlation, click the triangle next to the skill name to expand.

How do we calculate proficiency data for a chart overview?

We calculate a student’s proficiency as the proportion of that year’s skills the student has completed. Skills that take longer to teach contribute more to proficiency than other skills. This is shown on the Y axis.

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