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Overnight Report Generation

Generating reports for large numbers (e.g., >300 students) takes a lot of time, so large reports are processed during the night when the system is less active. When attempting to generate a very large report a pop-up will display informing

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What Next Profile Reports

This report addresses the question: “What are my students’ next learning steps?” It links to learning materials on the TKI “What Next” website, so you can identify and plan for students’ next steps in learning. The red dot shows the

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Progress Reports

This report addresses the question: “How are my students progressing?” Using this report you can track your students’ progress over time, including over schooling years. To get a progress report, you will need to use the check-boxes on the View

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Curriculum Levels Reports

This report addresses the question: “How are my students performing relative to Curriculum Level Targets?” It shows you the distribution of students across curriculum levels, for each strand you selected during test creation. This report lets you monitor how teaching

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Group Learning Pathway (GLP)

This report addresses the question: “What are the strengths and weaknesses of my group?” The Group Learning Pathway is a group summary of the Individual Learning Pathway reports. The report is formatted as a horizontal cumulative bar graph. The graph

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Understanding a Reading or Maths Individual Learning Pathway (ILP)

This report addresses the question: “What are the strengths and weaknesses of individual students?” It is important to note the ILP does not consider the student's year level. A ‘strength' for a Year 4 student does not imply that the

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Adding an extra layer of comparisons with Console – Comparisons

Console and Console – Comparisons reports look very similar. Both compare your students based on year level and demographics. However, Console-Comparisons allows you to add an extra layer of comparisons. Console – Comparisons addresses the following questions: 1. “How are

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A Refresher on Box-and-Whisker Plots

Box-and-whisker plots are based on five score points. Imagine the scores in your group or class ordered from lowest to highest. The box-and-whisker  graph is made up of: Whiskers: Minimum: The lowest score in the group Maximum: The highest score in

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Guidelines for reporting across multiple tests

Multi-test Reports Aside from the Tabular report, there are six other report types that allow you to look at multiple tests simultaneously. They fall into two categories – reports designed to combine results for tests sat closely together, and reports

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Tabular Report

The Tabular report lists your students’ ID numbers, year and demographic information, and all scores and levels. When multiple tests are selected to report on, the report is divided into sections, each representing one test. Tabular reports are available across

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