Vertical Views are created to see more detailed information on Learning Standard and Individual Item performance. These types of data views are referred to as "Vertical Views" because the data that is normally presented horizontally on the screen in columns will be presented vertically in columns. Building data views this way allows comparison of multiple fields like individual question performance and overall performance of all questions within the same learning standard side by side.
Building Vertical Data Views
Our Recipe Cards contain recipes for several vertical data views that may help you get started.
To build a vertical view,
- Start by selecting the Assessment you want to analyze.
- Select the Edit button
- Select the Columns Tab, then drag and drop the desired views from the list available on the left side of the window. Remove unwanted columns from the Columns tab by either dragging them back to the list or by selecting Clear at the bottom of the window, which will clear all selected data views. Select Update to save the changes to the data view.
Connecting Learning Standards and Item Analysis
The vertical view created using the list below allows the viewer to compare the overall performance of a learning standard with the performance of individual questions aligned to that standard. This view also identifies and describes both the learning and process standards aligned to each question.
Filtering to Essential Standards
To analyze specific learning standards, use the fields shown below. Use the Filter to identify the learning standards you would like to include. This view will show you the percentage of correct responses for each of the filtered learning standards.
Analyzing by Depth of Knowledge
In order to view assessment results by complexity or depth of knowledge (DOK) level, use the fields displayed in the following image. The "Complexity/DOK" field is located in the "Responses" folder. This view will allow analysis at the Individual Students level. Teachers and administrators will be able to use this field as part of their data analysis to gain a high level view of the level of complexity on standard assessments.
Note: Summarization of the Complexity/DOK field is not supported.