Posts Tagged: Proficiency Levels

Standards-Based Scoring and Reporting

If you’re a Naiku user, you already know that you can do standards-based scoring with Naiku. When you align your test questions to national, state, or local standards (or learning targets), you know that your students’ results are scored by those standards. For each student, you can track and monitor their proficiency status by standard. Students are automatically grouped into one of three proficiency levels (Not Proficient, Approaching Proficient, and Proficient) based on cutscores that you set. Below is a Class Performance report where you can see your students’ scores by standard.   But did you … Read More


Naiku Quick Tip: Setting Proficiency Cutscores

Did you know that you can set your own proficiency cutscores?    Quick Tip: The Class Performance shows you how your class as a whole and how each individual student performed on each assessment or each standard. Based on their performance, students are automatically categorized into one of three proficiency levels (Proficient, Approaching Proficient, and Not Proficient). The default cutscore for Approaching Proficiency is 60%. The default cutscore for Proficiency is 70%. However, you can change these cutscores to reflect your own levels of proficiency. This is done by inputting the cutscores … Read More



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