Markbook Score Tracking
Modified on: Fri, 18 Jun, 2021 at 2:04 PM
This report is for viewing progress in a single markbook subject across the months of the selected academic year for individual pupils.
To load a Markbook Score Tracking report:
% of Assessed/Overall %: The report can be loaded up using either type of Markbook Data.
Academic Year: Select the academic year that you want to look at data for.
Reportable Months: Up to six months from the academic year you have selected can be chosen. A minimum of three months need to be selected for the report to be loaded.
Group: Select the Class Group that you wish to look at the data for. This will always select the current academic years pupil list for the group. This is not affected by the academic year selected.
Curriculum: Select the curriculum that you have been recording assessments against in the markbook.
Subject: Select the subject you wish to view the information for.
Ability/Year: Select the appropriate ability that you wish to look at assessment recorded on the markbok for.
On the grid the following information is shown:
Pupil Name: The name of the pupil whose data is being displayed.
Start: This is the start of the academic year.
Variance: This is the difference of between percentage scores for the two points selected.
Months Selected: Each month selected in the 'Reportable Months' field will have it's own column and display the pupils percentage score from the end of that month.
Average Variance: This is the average of the variances displayed in the variance columns.
The Target Settings option appears above the generated table and is best used when looking at an Overall %. It allows for a target to be applied to all pupils in the selected group for an expected percentage increase between two points in time. This function helps identify pupils who have not progressed at the same rate as other members in the class.
The Target Settings option has a box where the expected percentage increase can be entered. To change these, click on the box and type in the desired percentage. Once this has been done, click update in order for these settings to be applied to the variance columns on the loaded table.
Based on the selections made, the variance columns will either turn green or red, depending on whether the pupil has met the expected percentage increase or not. Pupils who have met the stated value or exceeded it will turn green, those who are below the number inputted will turn red.
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