Assignment Report with Problem and Standard View in Practice Mode

What is the purpose of the report?

This report shows you the resulting data for any student that has completed an assignment, as well as overall class performance.

How do I view the report?

You can access the assignment report within your ASSISTments account by:

  1. Clicking the ‘My Assignments’ tab on the left side of the screen.
  2. Navigating to the assignment of your choice, then clicking it.
  3. Clicking ‘View Report.’

You can also access the Assignment report in both Google Classroom and Canvas, simply click on the assignment link to view the assignment report.


Google Classroom

How do I interpret the report? 

Once you’ve clicked on the ASSISTments assignment link, you will be brought to the Assignment Report.

In the Assignment Report, the first thing you will see at the top is the Assignment Title.  Then, you will see:

  1. The tabs you can use to navigate between the Assignment Report by Problem and Assignment Report by Standard.
  2. Below these tabs, you will see the Student Progress Cards.  These show you which students have Not Started, are In Progress, have Completed the assignment, and the total number of students to which the problem set was assigned.  Note:  You can click each of these to see the list of students and time stamps where applicable.
  1. Underneath the Student Progress Cards you will find the Performance Summary, which features a set of bar graphs that show you a summary of student performance on each problem, or problem part.  Note:  You can click any problem link under the bar graph to see the student view for the problem or click ‘Filter’ to view either Correct, Correct Eventually, or Incorrect responses by themselves; if you hover your cursor over any bar in the graph, you will see the number of students who achieved each type of response.

  1. The next feature you will see is the Performance Details table that shows you each student’s progress on the assignment.  This table displays:

a) The Average Score on the assignment as well as the Average Score for each student.

b) Clickable column headers for each problem, or problem part, that allow you to see the Problem Details for each problem.

c) Common Wrong Answers, if applicable will be underlined, for each problem.  Note:  Common Wrong Answers indicate when 3 or more students who answered incorrectly chose the same incorrect answer.  The incorrect answer provided is shown first, followed by the percent of incorrect responses where that Common Wrong Answer was chosen.

d) The Scoring rubric, which shows you how to interpret colors and symbols in the Detailed Report.

e) The Hide Columns option, which allows you to hide select columns in the Detailed Report when sharing data with students.

f) The triple-dot, where you can choose to download the Detailed Report as a .csv file or upload scores to Google Classroom.  

g) The Problem Average for the class for each problem.

h) Rows that show the performance of each individual student.  Note:  You can click any student’s name to access their detailed report or click the triple-dot next to their name where you can delete progress and allow the student to re-do it.

i) Colored ovals which indicate student performance on each individual problem.  Note:  You can click these ovals to see additional details on student performance.

j) The total amount of time each student spent on the assignment.

k) The total number of hints each student used if applicable.

l) % Complete: Teachers use this column to see the % complete of each student on the given assignment. This can be sorted in ascending or descending order.

m) Instructional Recommendations, if applicable for each problem. Note: By clicking on the lightbulb will open the problem details and take the teacher directly to the Instructional Recommendation Tab.

  1. The Standards Report

a) Clicking the ‘Standards’ tab at the top of the Assignment Report will allow you to see the Standards report for the assignment.  This report breaks down student performance by standard based on the standards represented in the problems assigned.

b) Click ‘Scoring’ to access the explanation for how scores are calculated in the Standards Report

c) Each column header in the Standards Report represents a standard aligned to the problems assigned.  The number underneath indicates the number of problems in the assignment aligned to that standard.

d) Color ovals indicate each student’s average score on the problems aligned to each standard.

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