SPA produces both summative and diagnostic reports. Use the summative reports to easily identify your schools overall performance.
Single-Year Student Achievement Reports
SPA produces colour coded bar graphs and tables that easily enable you to identify individual students working well below, above & at expected curriculum levels for all tests allowing your staff to pinpoint and target students’ learning.
Growth Analysis Reports
For all tests SPA matches cohorts of students together to produce data tables that enable you to view how much value your teachers are typically adding between tests. Compare mid-year and end-of-year results and monitor student growth over six-monthly or twelve-monthly periods.
Trend Analysis Reports
SPA uses your accumulated NAPLAN & ACER data to produce line graphs and tables that illustrate patterns or trends in your school's typical performance.
Growth Trend Analysis Reports
SPA matches cohorts of students together using your accumulated NAPLAN data to produce tables that illustrate patterns or trends regarding how much value your teachers are typically adding between tests over multiple years.
**Results can be filtered by class, gender, and LBOTE or ATSI status in most cases. School means can easily be viewed & compared to national and/or state means where appropriate.
Use the diagnostic reports to effortlessly identify student misconceptions, gaps in knowledge or curriculum delivery.
SPA produces scatter graphs and tables that display individual and group results on each question from the NAPLAN and ACER tests. These Diagnostic Analysis reports enable your staff to take appropriate measures to support individual and/or groups of students in future teaching and learning. Two diagnostic reports are available:
Item Analysis Reports
For each question, the report shows the skill being assessed together with the number of students who answered correctly and how many students went for each of the incorrect answers.
The Zone of Proximal Development Reports
Shows each student’s response to each question where the questions are sorted from easiest to hardest and the students are sorted from highest to lowest test score thereby instantly identifying topics which the students are already familiar with (and, hence, only need a short revision) compared to topics for which particular groups of students need first-wave teaching.