Benchmark Reporting Powerpoint

Report
National Stratified Norms Table
Box-and-Whiskers Graph
Tier Transition Report
Scores and Percentiles (“Rainbow”) Report
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Basic Introduction to
Key AIMSweb Reports
Basic Introduction to Key AIMSweb Reports
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AIMSweb National Norms
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“Box and Whisker” Graphs
Well
Above
Average
Range
Above Average
Range
Average
Range
(50% of
scores)
Below Average
Range
Well Below
Average
Range
90th %tile
75th %tile
50th %tile
25th %tile
10th %tile
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Norm-Referenced
Martin, Michael: Grade 5
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Fall Universal Screening Data for
Michael Martin
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AIMSweb Comparison
Group Choices/Options:
•
All students in grade-level at
student’s school (pictured left)
• All students in grade-level
across student’s school district
• All students in grade-level
across multiple districts within
account
• All students in grade-level
within student’s state*
Current
• All students in grade-level nationally
(Aggregate Norms)*
(Comparison group includes all students for whom
data are reported using AIMSweb web-based
software)
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Using “Box & Whiskers” Graphs
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relationship to different AIMSweb Comparison Groups
Grade 5:
Grade 5:
Michael’s School
Michael’s District
Grade 5: National
Aggregate Norms
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Discussion: Consider Michael’s R-CBM performance in
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Grade 3:
Grade 3: Leslie’s
Grade 3:
Leslie’s School
District
National Aggregate
Norms
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Discussion: Consider Leslie’s performance in relationship to
different AIMSweb Comparison Groups
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View
measures
across
time on
one
report.
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Pathway Report
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•Track group progress
and movement
across fall, winter,
and spring periods
• Based on the threetier RTI model.
• Data can be
disaggregated.
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Tier Transition Report
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• Students are measured against defined (and objective) criteria.
• AIMSweb offers “AIMSweb Default” cut scores and Targets for as
an option for reporting for all measures.
• Users can also set their own
cut scores within AIMSweb.
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Criterion Referenced Reporting
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AIMSweb Defaults:
Interpreting the Cut Scores for R-CBM and
M-CAP:
Green: Students have an 80% probability of
passing a typical state test.
Yellow: Students have between a 5080% probability of passing a typical state
test.
Red: Students have less than a 50%
probability of passing the “typical” state
test (non-state-specific); thus, it indicates
that the student is generally at risk for
success, according to Pearson’s
research. Each grade and measure has a
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Scores and Percentiles (Rainbow Report)
Criterion-Referenced View
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• Students are measured against those undertaking the test, NOT a
defined criteria.
• Students are rank ordered from highest to lowest and grouped into
categories such as average, above or below average, and well
above or well below average compared to grade level peers at the
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“Box & Whiskers” Graphs:
Norm-Referenced View
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Math Concepts & Application Analysis
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Math Concepts & Application Analysis
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Math Concepts & Application Analysis
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• Additional Instructional Links for:
– Pearson’s KeyMath-3 ER
– Pearson’s Digits
– Common Core Standards
• ELL Profile Reports
• AIMSweb Growth Norms
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Coming Soon
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For Your Review:
“Quick Reference” Tools for Basic Reports
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For Your Review:
“Quick Reference” Tools for
Benchmark Software
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Use your Training Accounts until
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what you have learned.
Thank you!
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