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ePEN Reports GCSE Geography Team Leader Training - Module 3. Learning Objectives. In this module you will:. Learn about the different reports available Understand how to interpret the reports Look at what actions to take using data from reports. Reports.

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Epen reports gcse geography team leader training module 3

ePEN ReportsGCSE GeographyTeam Leader Training - Module 3


Learning objectives

Learning Objectives

In this module you will:

  • Learn about the different reports available

  • Understand how to interpret the reports

  • Look at what actions to take using data from reports


Reports

Reports

  • There are 11 reports available on ePEN

  • Go to ‘View Progress’ and ‘reports’ tab

  • You can run reports for all markers, just your team or for only one marker

  • Not all reports available need to be used by TLs

  • Examples of those that TLs most commonly used are shown

  • You will also complete a few short tasks to help you with the interpretation of the data


Most useful epen reports

Most useful ePEN reports


Other epen reports available

Other ePEN reports available


Epen reports gcse geography team leader training module 3

QC Practice

AA number

The number of responses attempted in the sets

The number of sets attempted and the number passed

The date/time the set was started and completed

If it has not been completed it will be blank

The % of marks agreeing with the true score and the % of marks within adjacency

Item name


Epen reports gcse geography team leader training module 3

QC Qualification

AA no.

The number of responses attempted in the sets

Item name

The date/time the set was started and completed

If it has not been completed it will be blank

Whether they have started or not and whether they were successful

The % of marks agreeing with the true score and the % of marks within adjacency

The number of sets attempted and the number passed


Epen reports gcse geography team leader training module 3

Cumulative Qualification Report

Marks given to each response in the set – only shown where there are differences

Item name

True scores

% below true score, within tolerance and out of tolerance

% above true score, within tolerance and out of tolerance

Set name

% same as true score


Epen reports gcse geography team leader training module 3

Marker Differences

Trait name

Date marked

True score

Where the difference occurred

The item the difference occurred on

Score given by examiner

Difference between true score and examiners score


Epen reports gcse geography team leader training module 3

Marker Statistics Summary

Information on backreading

Including:

  • Number backread

  • % out of tolerance

  • % same as true score

Information on rate of marking, including total time spent marking that item and number of items marked per hour on average

AA Number

Trait or item name

Information on marking against validity responses.

Including:

  • Number seen

  • % out of tolerance (non-adj)

  • % within tolerance (adj)

  • % same as true score

Total marked for that item

Marker name

  • Revamped so you can run it just for your team, for one team or all items

  • Can be used as evidence if an examiner needs to be stopped


Epen reports gcse geography team leader training module 3

Task

  • You will be regularly running reports to help you monitor your team

  • You need to be able to interpret this data

  • In these tasks you will be provided extracts from a report

  • Note down your answers to the questions that accompany each section of the report


The full report

The full report

  • Who has marked the most responses?

    • F Thomas

  • Who has marked the least responses?

    • F Patel

  • Would you take any action?

    • You could look further at F Patel to see if there is any reason they have marked so few responses


Data about rate of marking

Data about rate of marking

  • Who has marked the fastest?

    • F Thomas

  • Who has marked the slowest?

    • P Wilson

  • Would you take any action?

    • F Thomas is not marking significantly faster than the rest of the team so no action required

    • P Wilson is considerably slower than the rest of the team, they may require further guidance about the mark scheme for this item


Data about validity items

Data about validity items

  • How many validity items has S Taylor seen?

    • 2

  • Who scored best on validity marking?

    • E Collins and F Patel both scored 100% on perfect agreement

  • Would you take any action?

    • S Taylor marked 50% in perfect agreement and 50% higher than the true score but within tolerance

    • F Thomas scored 60% perfect agreement and 40% out of tolerance

    • Both markers should be investigated further. Validity scores should be 80-100% perfect agreement


Data about backreading

Data about backreading

  • How many times has E Collins been backread?

    • 5

  • Which markers and which traits give caused for concern?

    • S Taylor – 1b, 1c and 1d

    • F Thomas – 1c

  • Would you take any action?

    • F Thomas – complete a 2nd sample

    • S Taylor has already had a 2nd sample conducted on them (10 responses seen). You should consult your supervisor at this stage about whether they should be stopped from marking this item

  • Backreading scores should be 80-100% perfect agreement


Contact details

Contact Details


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