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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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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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Breaking down the Console Report – Pointers & things to know

This report addresses the feedback question: How are my students doing compared to others of the same year level who are sitting e-asTTle tests? It shows your students’ e-asTTle scores – overall, depth and strand – relative to the e-asTTle

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