Viewing the Imagine Galileo Test Monitoring report

The Imagine Galileo Test Monitoring report allows Administrators and Teachers to analyze testing data, monitor student progress on an online test, lock or unlock a student’s test, submit a student's test, and pause a timed test if that functionality was enabled when the test was scheduled. The Test Monitor also allows users to enter points earned for a test item if provided access to the library where the test resides. The test monitoring page automatically refreshes every two minutes and you can manually refresh the test more frequently.

 Note

Automatic test refresh is disabled by default when administering an assessment to more than 50 students and must be manually refreshed.

To view Test Monitoring reports

  1. Log in to Imagine Galileo.
  2. Click Assessment > Test Results > Test Monitoring.

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  3. Choose the filter mode you want to use. You can filter by default settings or by Intervention Group. viewingtestmonitoringrpt_filter_mode.png
  4. Click the School, Class, Grade, Library, and Test, drop-down boxes to filter the report.filterdropdownGalileo.png
  5. A circle graph shows the average score and a bar chart shows the average percent scored. Click Expand to View Settings bar to filter test library information, de-activate (or re-activate) the Auto Refresh command, and display student IDsMulti-grade level teachers can click the Grade drop-down to filter the report by grade. Test_Monitoring_circlegraph.png
  6. Use the table below to help you understand the test monitoring page.
    Term/Field Description
    Lock/Unlock/Submit
    • Lock/Unlock/Submit – The lock icon in the header locks/unlocks/submits the test for all students. The lock icon by each student's name locks/unlocks/submits the test for individual students.  
        • Lock- Locks a student from the test if they have not submitted their test.
        • Unlock- Unlocks a student from the test if they had been locked out of a test by the educator OR if they have submitted their test and need to be let back into the test.
        • Submit- Locks the student from the test and if using Imagine Learning curriculum activates the sequencer to place students on their learning path. Please note, upon completing the test and exiting, students are prompted to submit their test.

       Note

      You must have Write or Read-Only permission to the test library in order to lock/unlock students. Users with Results Only permission will see the locking status but cannot lock/unlock the student’s test.

    Pause/Restart If the test was scheduled as a timed test, the teacher may pause and restart the test as needed.
    Name Shows the name of each student who has been assigned the test. A check mark by the student’s name means they completed the assessment.
    Test Timer The test starts when the student accesses the test online and will count down to zero, even if the student exits the test. If Allow Pause was checked during scheduling, both the student and the teacher have the ability to pause the timer. When a teacher or student pauses, the timer is paused and redirected to the Student Center. 
    Earned Points The total number of points the student has earned out of the total number of points possible as well as the percentage.
    Letter/Number The letters or numbers display how the student answered the test item or the points the student earned for that test item. Each cell is color-coded to reflect the Correct Answer, Incorrect Answer, Partial Credit, Ready for Scoring, and Not Answered.
    Item Number

    Shows how the student answered the test item or the points the student earned for that test item. Each cell is color-coded to reflect the Correct Answer, Incorrect Answer, Partial Credit, Ready for Scoring, and Not Answered.

     Note

    You must have Write or Read-Only permission to the test library in order to see the color coding which indicates whether the student answered questions correctly or received partial credit.

  7. Click the test item number to score the question.

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  8. The metadata displaying for the test item will depend on whether the item is an Imagine Learning item or a user-created item.  All items show metadata that includes the Standard, DOK, and Points as well as a link to the Item Family, instructions, and scoring rules when appropriate. Imagine Learning items may also show Item Parameters for the item, the Flesch-Kincaid Readability Index, and Lexile information for the Item Family. Click View Responses.

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  9. The student response page shows the students' names, possible points that students can earn on a test item, and the points they earned on the item. Use the table below to learn how to use the Score Item page. 

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    Term/Field Description
    Possible Points The number of points a student can earn answering a question.
    Earned Points The number of points a student earned answering the question. Click the box to enter a numerical score. 
    Print Click the print ( printIconGalileo.png ) to print the test score item report. 
    Essay Rubric Click Essay Rubric to view scoring rules.

     Note

    Essay rules must be created by the test creator.

    Save Score Click Save Score to save a copy of the test scores.