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SAMPLE REPORTS

Explore six of the quantifiable-growth focused reports available to teachers and administrators, including rich data around:

Benchmarking

Progress monitoring

Response to Intervention (RTI)

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)

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1. BENCHMARK COMPARISON NORMS

Once assessment data enters the system, aimswebPlus enables immediate reporting for assessments.
Teachers will be able to unlock and launch assessments from the Assess column.
Each column provides specific information on the composite and individual measures, accessible by clicking on the colored bars.
By default, students most at risk are listed at the top.
The Benchmark Comparison page displays students’ composite scores as the color-coded bar lines.
Teachers can immediately see students’ progress toward progress monitoring goals, for students whose schedule has been set up, via the goal bar lines.
 

2. INDIVIDUAL MONITORING

This report shows the student's progress toward an instructional goal set by the teacher. It displays the goal score, number of errors, a line connecting the baseline score to the goal score (the aimline), the weekly progress monitoring scores, and a best-fitting linear regression line (the trendline) projected out to the goal date.
A best-fitting linear regression line (the trendline) projects out to the goal date
The green bar represents the goal and the student's progress toward that goal.
This view lists individual scores and the rate of improvement (updated with each new score), the Goal Statement, and other graphical elements indicating when an intervention or goal change was made.
  

3. SCORES SNAPSHOT

This report allows teachers to see at-a-glance student performance by individual measure as well as the composite. It's often shared to communicate student performance during parent/teacher conferences.
A brief narrative displays performance by measure and recommends the intensity of instructional need.
Charts the fall, winter, and spring benchmark composite scores and describes student growth relative to the national average
   

4. SKILLS PLAN – MATH

This report provides further analysis of the student's math performance, showing how the student performed in each of the major math domains.
The report also shows item-level performance, organized by math domain, and provides a brief description of the behavioral objective for each item. Teachers can use this table to identify very specific skills that need further instruction.
A score summary table provides the student’s national percentile, performance level, Quantile, and Growth Scale Value (vertical scale score) on the Concepts & Applications measure.
Indicates whether performance is below, above, or average, relative to the national sample of students at the same grade level
Shows student performance in each of the major math domains
  

5. SKILLS PLAN – READING

This report provides further analysis of the student's reading performance in four sections: Reading Comprehension domain and passage type, Reading Scores Summary, Reading Comprehension question type, and Reading Comprehension score insights. It gives actionable information on the complex process of reading comprehension.
A score summary including the student national percentile, Lexile® reading level, performance level on the Reading Comprehension measure, and level of risk
An interpretive table that can be used to isolate insights of Reading Comprehension scores
Examines several factors that may contribute to overall comprehension including: vocabulary knowledge, oral and silent reading rate, and the ability to derive meaning from very brief passages
  

6. STUDENT PROFILE

This dashboard of individual student information allows teachers to see a holistic view of student performance across measures and periods for the selected school year.
The print icon allows teachers to see corrects and incorrects from the student test administration.
Paper icon links directly to individual reports
Displays all scores for all measures, both benchmarking and progress monitoring, as appropriate to a student during the school year
This task pane provides teachers and interventionists a place to document meetings regarding a student’s instructional plan, and a place to upload additional information such as IEP meeting notes, student work samples, or other assessment data.
  

HOW WE CAN HELP

aimsweb™Plus helps districts like yours advance their use of educational technology through its online progress monitoring, benchmarking, data management, and reporting system for grades K-8. As an all-in-one system that supports multi-tiered instructional models, it's designed to support multi-tiered instructional models and universally screen and progress monitor using brief, valid, and reliable curriculum- and standards-based measures of foundational skills in reading and math.

 

By measuring the success of campus curriculum choices and teachers' instructional strategies, aimswebPlus empowers teachers to effectively and efficiently map instruction to the individual student need. They can identify students at risk of academic failure through traffic-light-style reporting, which serves as a tool that measures, monitors and documents the impact of early intervention efforts.

 

If you’re looking for an insightful benchmark assessment, frequent progress monitoring, and clear reporting, learn more about aimswebPlus.

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