After students have started working in Imagine Lectura, you can use the Student Performance Summary Report to view and interpret performance across all units. Administrators can review the Student Performance Summary Report for any group or student in their school or district. Teachers can view the Student Performance Summary report for any group or student assigned to them. Administrators and Teachers can also view the Group Performance Summary Report to see group performance across all units. The Student Performance Summary Report updates any time a student answers an auto-graded question or a Teacher grades a written response.
The Student Performance Summary Report only includes performance scores for units that students have completed. If a student is still working on a unit, those scores are not included in the Student Performance Summary until the student completes the unit.
To view the Student Performance Summary Report
- Log in to the Literacy Suite. If this is your first time logging in, choose Imagine Lectura.
- Click Reports in the upper navigation bar.
- Find the student that you want to view the Performance Summary Report for by paging through the list of your students. Click the student's name to see their Performance Summary Report.
Use the Items per page field to change the number of students that show on the page.
Column Description Average Auto-graded Score The student's average score for any auto-graded questions they've answered, and the number of passages they've completed. Most Recent Auto-graded Score The student's score on the most recent auto-graded question from the specific unit. Average Written Response Score The student's average score for all the written responses that a Teacher has graded. Most Recent Written Response Score The sum of the written response scores from the last passage that was scored by the Teacher. For example, if there is only one written response item worth 3 points and the student received full credit, then you'll see "3/3 points." If there are 2 written response questions, and the student received 0/1 on the first response and 3/3 on the second response, then you'll see "3/4 points." Ungraded Written Responses The number of written responses that a student has submitted that the Teacher has not yet graded. Incomplete Passages
The number of passages that the student has started but not yet completed.
The Incomplete Passages column shows Caution () next to the number of incomplete passages if a student has more than 1 incomplete passage in progress.
Average Time Per Passage The average time that the student spent on a passage. Performance Score
Proficient scores are green (), indicating that a student's average score for lessons is between 70-100%.
Approaching scores are yellow (), indicating that a student's average score for lessons is between 40-69%.
Developing scores are red (), indicating that a student's average score for lessons is between 0-39%.
To view another student's performance report, click the < > arrows or use the Student Name drop-down list.
Interpreting the Student Performance Summary Report
The Student Performance Summary Report provides a summary of each student's performance in Imagine Lectura. The Student Performance Summary shows each student's average and most recent performance scores for reading comprehension, the number of incomplete (or unfinished) passages, the number of ungraded written responses, and the average amount of usage time each student spends in each passage.
Student performance scores include the most recent and average auto-graded scores in any passages they have completed, as well as both graded and ungraded written response scores. Any ungraded responses must be graded by a Teacher. Student performance scores are color-coded to show how your students are performing.
|Passages In Progress||
The Passages In Progress section shows the passages that the student is currently working on. Click the passage title to view details of the passage in progress.
|Passages With Ungraded Items||
The Passages With Ungraded Items section shows passages that have ungraded student written responses. Click the passage title to grade student responses.