How to analyze assessment data using Limelight. Revised 08.18.2011. Why use Limelight to analyze common assessments?. Quick feedback about students Quick feedback for students For the environmentally conscious: less paper used Less paperwork for the classroom teachers
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Go to Assessment under Quicklinks
Choose PowerSchool/Limelight under Assessment
Choose the test item. The correct answer is shown along with the answer distribution.tableto view raw numbers for each test item. In addition, you can analyze how your students performed on various types of questions MC = Multiple Choice MCOR = Constructed Response/Performance Event
To per test item.view student’s names at each proficiency level, click on desired portion of the graph. In addition you can see each student’s percentage in that proficiency level.
By clicking on the colored bar in the graph, a list of students that performed at that proficiency level will be displayed by skill. A perfect way to identify the skill groups needed in your classroom.
Hold down the following keys: shift, command, 4 at the same time.
Click and drag to highlight desired area to print.
Release and a screen shot icon will appear on your desktop.
Tables and Trees:
Use the following icons on the top right of screen to generate a report.