Actionable student data isn't a nice-to-have for school and district leaders making evidence-based instructional decisions, it's a must-have. That's why ThinkCERCA provides administrators with detailed data views at both the grade and teacher level. Our data dashboards can provide several insights, such as:
- Which skills and concepts need coverage
- What students need additional practice on to increase proficiency
- What students need additional and deeper practice on to perform at a level of consistent mastery
- Class and grade progress towards fidelity
- Writing progress over time
Overview of ThinkCERCA's Administrator Dashboards
After logging into your ThinkCERCA administrator dashboard use the top menu to navigate to Reports. You should see a screen that looks like this:
There are six kinds of reports available to administrators:
- Performance by Class
- Performance by Grade
- Class Usage
- Grade Usage
- Leveling Assessment
- Benchmark Writing Assessment
Performance by Class
- This report shows how individual students are performing on a standard, at a grade level, and before and after completing ThinkCERCA lessons.
Performance by Grade
- This report provides a high level view of student performance across strands by grade.
- This report shows the average number of lessons completed and in progress by lesson type in each class.
- Use this report to track class progress towards the fidelity goal of 10 Writing Lessons across subjects.
- This report provides a big picture view into average lessons completed and in progress by lesson type – at the grade level.
- If data looks off in the Grade Usage Report, you may need to archive students in the school roster.
- This report shows information from the leveling assessment.
Benchmark Writing Assessment
- This report provides insight into student writing progress on Benchmark assessments throughout the year. Administrators can click on individual student performance to see performance on the different components of the rubric and view individual student writing samples.