The BASI Performance Report tracks the performance of students in BASI courses at an objective mastery level.
- Select Other Reports from the Main Menu, then select BASI Performance.
- Select the Input Criteria prior to generating the report (see table below). Note: Administrators and Teachers select from different input criteria.
Setting Options Domain This single-select list will display the current domain and all domain names under the domain where the report is run. Default is the current domain where the user is logged in. If the report is run from a district, the district and all school/programs in the district will display alphabetically in the list. If the report is run from a school/program, only the school/program will display in the list. Select a district to generate a district report. Course This multi-select list displays all BASI courses for the selected domain. Student This multi-select list of students is in Last Name, First Name format for the selected domain(s) above. It only lists Active students. By not selecting a student, the report will be generated for all students. Student IDs are provided after the name to differentiate between students with the same name. Enrollment Status This is a single-select list that displays enrollments for courses with a selected enrollment status. The default is All. Start Date - End Date Specifying a date range displays enrollments within the date range. A date range for all enrollments will display enrollments displays enrollments active between the start and end date. If no date range is specified, all activity records should be displayed on the report output.
- Select an export option and then select Submit. Note: By default, this report is exported in XLS format.
Reading the BASI Performance Report
|Course ID||ID for the BASI course|
|Course Name||Name for the BASI course|
|Assessment||A test containing questions|
|First Name||First name of the student|
|Last Name||Last name of the student|
|Username||Username name of the student|
|User ID||User ID of the student|
|User External ID||External ID of the student|
|Achieved||Total points achieved|
|Possible||Total points possible|
|Score||Sum of the score (achieved/possible) for all grades for that item|
|Score Date||Date when scored|
|Standard Score||A standard score (aka scale score) is a raw score transferred to a different measurement scale with a certain mean and standard deviation. A standard score still compares the performance of a students to performance of students in a group (the norm group). A standard score represents how far from the mean a raw score is in terms of standard deviation units. The most basic of standard scores is the z score (mean of 0 and SD=1). Once we obtain and transform raw scores to z scores, to any other type of a standard score with whatever mean and standard deviation we choose. Some common standard scores are scores with a mean of 100 and standard deviation of 15; T scores 0 mean of 50 and standard deviation of 10; or others with a mean of 500 and a standard deviation of 100.|
|Grade Level Equivalent||A grade equivalent score is reported as a decimal fraction such as 3.6 or 8.9. The whole number represents the grade and the decimal represents the month of the school year within that grade. Thus, a grade equivalent of 3.6 is described as "third grade sixth month." If the average score of those taking a test in third grade during the sixth month is 25, then a raw score of 25 on the test has a grade equivalent of 3.6. In other words, the grade equivalent score reports the grade placement for which a raw score on a test is average.|
|National Percentile||Percentile rank scores tell us the percentage of individuals in a particular group that score at or below a particular raw score. If a raw score of 30 on a test corresponds to the 45th percentile, we can say that a person's performance exceeded that of 45 percent of individuals in the comparison group.|
|Objective 1 Name||Objective Mastery Name in that respective assessment|
|Objective 1 Score||Objective Mastery score in that respective assessment|
Notes on the BASI Performance Report
- Only active students are displayed in the student filter, and only those students’ details are fetched to get the enrollment details for further processing.
- Retired courses and deleted enrollments will not appear in the report output.
- If a teacher is enrolled as a student in the course, then Teacher enrollment details will be displayed in the report.
- If Admin/Teacher gives scores to the student, and the student has not attempted the test, then that student information is not shown in the report.
- The tests for BASI untimed courses are not scored. Standard Score, Grade Level Equivalent, and National Percentile values won’t be displayed in report output.
- Run Critical Alerts Report
- Run Overall Usage Report
- Run Student Activity Details Report
- Run Student Activity Summary Report
- Run Student Usage by Day Report
- Run Course Details Report
- Run User Details Report