Data-Driven Instruction


Gain insight into student proficiency through auto-scoring and reporting of any test for informed and differentiated data-driven instruction. Automatically track and view progress through student and class longitudinal reports. Visualize student thinking with unique student engagement tools.

Instant Student Performance Data Student and class performance is provided immediately in live standards-based reports. Measure Student Achievement and Growth Readily view student and class longitudinal information to see progress by standard.
Engage Students Use research proven practices such as confidence based assessment, justification, journaling, and reflection to help students take more ownership of their learning. Real-time polling Check for understanding anytime with Quick Question, our student response system.
Personalize Learning with Adaptive Learning Resources Automatically provide instructional resources adapted individually to students based on performance. Teacher-Student Feedback Naiku facilitates continuous, specific, and timely teacher-student feedback. Goal setting, automatic answer rationale, and journaling coupled with standards aligned performance reports enhance teacher-student feedback.
Metacognition Help students think about what they know and don’t know – and what they think they know and don’t know. Promote Student Ownership With individual accounts, students can easily review and reflect on their performance, proficiency, resources and more anytime.

Key Features and Reports for Data-Driven Instruction

Class Results Report – Show Test Scores

This report shows how a class performed on an assessment. It shows the summary statistics for the class, the scores for each individual student, and the class results by standard. Student scores are color-coded by proficiency level for the overall score and by each standard to quickly identify students and the standards they may benefit from more instruction.

Class Results Report – Show Proficiency Scores

The report can also be shown for proficiency scores. These proficiency (mastery) scores are determined by the proficiency cut-scores.

Class Results Report – Show Item Scores

From this same report, teachers can also quickly see the item scores. This view gives teachers quick insight into how each student performed by item type and on each item on the test.

Item Analysis Report

The report shows in more detail on how the students performed on each item. Item statistics such as p-value (percent correct) are provided. Distractor analyses are also provided to help teachers see how many students (and who) selected each response option.

Class Performance Report – By Assessment

This report shows how the class performed across the assessments that have been administered to the class. Student results are color-coded by their proficiency level to help teachers quickly identify students who may benefit from more targeted instruction.

Class Performance Report – By Standard

This report shows also shows how the class performed by standard across all the assessments that have been administered. Again, student results are color-coded by their proficiency level to help teachers quickly identify students who may benefit from more targeted instruction.

Class Performance Report – By Standard Proficiency Scores

This report shows can also show the proficiency scores by standard for the students in the class. Instead of showing the test scores (percent correct) it shows the proficiency scores for each student as determined by the proficiency level cut-scores. Again, this data helps teachers drive instruction to those standards (areas) that are needed by the students.

Student Longitudinal Report

This report shows the longitudinal results for a specific student. Results are shown by each assessment taken and by each standard that has been assessed.