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Using the Data. From AIMSweb. To view your students’ scores:. Click on “ My Classes ” tab. The current Benchmark period will display by default. To go back and view previous benchmarking data, use the ‘timeframe’ drop down menu and click the benchmarking time period you want.

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using the data

Using the Data

From AIMSweb

to view your students scores
To view your students’ scores:
  • Click on “My Classes” tab
The current Benchmark period will display by default.
  • To go back and view previous benchmarking data, use the ‘timeframe’ drop down menu and click the benchmarking time period you want.
  • Then click the ‘Go’ button to select.
Use the gray sub-tabs to choose the specific measure that you want to view.
    • AIMSweb TEL - Early Literacy
    • AIMSweb TEN - Early Numeracy
    • Reading - Reading Fluency (R-CBM) & MAZE
    • Mathematics - Computation (M-COMP) and Concepts & Applications (M-CAP)
report types
Report Types
  • Class Distribution by Scores and Percentile Report. This report will list your students from highest to the lowest in a single area. This will give you the “Rainbow Chart”.
  • This will give you the “Rainbow Chart” in all measures for a given area (such as reading, mathematics, early literacy, or early numeracy)
report types1
Report Types
    • Available for some measures.
    • Will provide instructional recommendations from Pearson materials.
  • You can compare your students to students within your school or to national norms.
  • To choose national norms, pull up a report.
    • Beside Report Options, click on “Expand.”
    • Then click on Criterion.
    • Using the drop-down menu, choose “National (area) 2010-2011
  • Use the green back button to go back. (When it is present, always use it, not the back browser button)
  • E-Mail button allows you to email the report to someone.
  • PDF button makes the report a PDF. Before printing, make the report a PDF.
individual student reports
Individual Student Reports
  • Before looking at individual student reports, review the norm tables and growth rates.
  • These growth rates will help you determine if students who are below average are growing at a rate that will catch them up with their peers.
  • On the individual student reports, the student’s growth rate will be reported as his or her rate of improvement.
aggregate norm table
Aggregate Norm Table
  • To find the growth rates, you look at the aggregate norm table.
  • Directions for locating the aggregate norm table can be found on the AIMSweb wiki, under support materials.
finding the individual student reports
Finding the individual student reports.
  • To view all measures in a particular area (such as early literacy, early numeracy, reading, math) to see if the student is growing, click on “Report” under the column Pathway for that student.
  • To view a student’s rate of improvement in a particular measure, click on the student’s score for that measure.
how to look for growth
How to look for growth
  • This student is growing in computation, but has not had any growth in concepts & applications.
  • However, even though the student is growing in computation, the student is still below average
  • This report was obtain, by clicking on the word “Report” under the pathway column.
looking at same student further in computation by clicking on the student s computation score
Looking at same student further in computation by clicking on the student’s computation score.
  • Here we see the student is growing, but is still below average.
  • If you look at the table below the chart, you can find at what rate this student is growing.
  • This student is growing at 0.4 pts a week. However, looking at the growth rates (see the slide), the average student grows at 0.8 pts. per week.
  • At this rate, this student will continue to get further and further behind.
now what
Now What?
  • After looking at your students’ reports, things to consider include:
    • Students who are below average and are not growing at a faster rate than their peers need an intervention plan, if they do not already have one.
    • If the student already has an intervention plan, then the intensity of the interventions need to be increased.
additional things to consider
Additional things to consider
  • How can you differentiate instruction for students who are above average, but are not growing?
  • What circumstances may have caused a student’s growth to decline, for a student who has a downward growth line?
  • Is there additional data that is needed to determine the student’s needs? Look at the Comprehensive Assessment Plan on the AIMSWeb wiki.