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Viewing the Class Report


Revision Assistant can automatically generate an Excel spreadsheet called the "Class Report" that allows you to see students’ rubric-trait scores, students’ overall scores, and class averages on assignments completed by that class for a particular prompt genre.  Continue reading below for how to view the report using the View Class Reports button, and what information will be on the report.


Note: Chromebook users, see our Frequently Asked Questions page before downloading our reporting Excel files.






Using the View Class Reports Button


  1. In Revision Assistant, navigate to the Class Reports page in one of these ways:

  1. Click the Class Reports
     icon in the header.

  1. Select an assignment from the class you'd like to see.
  2. Then, click Student Progress.
  3. Click the View Class Reports button.
  1. If not already populated, select a class from the dropdown menu.  A reports panel organized by genre will appear.


  2. Click Download to see the Excel report for a specific genre.  The download will begin automatically.
  3. When the download is complete, open the Class Report Excel file to view your students’ data.
    See below for how to interpret the data on the report.  




Interpreting the Class Report


There are multiple tabs of information about your class’ progress and students' individual progress on the Class Report: the Class Overview tab; the Student Overview tab; and the Student Scores tab(s).  Read our Helpful Hints below for interpreting some of the data on each tab.  Then click on each image to make it larger and to see all the information that will be included on that tab.



The Class Overview Tab: Helpful Hints


The Class Overview tab Shows the class’ average on each rubric trait for every completed assignment in a genre
Date Assigned Is the date you (the teacher) created the assignment
Title Is the name you (the teacher) gave the assignment
The Type column Lists whether the assignment is a Signal Check or a Spot Check essay




The Student Overview Tab: Helpful Hints  


The Student Overview tab Shows students’ overall scores for each assignment from a particular genre




The Student Scores Tab(s): Helpful Hints


The Student Scores tab(s) Shows the students’ rubric-trait scores for each assignment from a particular genre
Overall Score Our rubrics have 4 traits and 4 possible points for each trait
Each assignment is scored out of 16 points (4 traits, 4 points each)



ALL Class Report Tabs: Helpful Hints


Dashes (--)

Appear when a student

  • Does not turn in their essay
  • Turns in an essay that “Needs Review” (see below)
“Not Turned In”

Appears when a student

  • Starts an essay, requests a Signal Check, but doesn’t submit the essay
  • Submits an essay, continues to work on it, but doesn’t submit their current draft
“Needs Review”

Appears when a student starts an essay, requests a Signal Check, but the essay

  • Veers off-topic  
  • Is too short (less than 5 sentences)
  • Is just the copied and pasted prompt and/or sources
  • Couldn’t generate a Signal Check within 10 seconds




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