After students have taken your Snapshots, you can use the Snapshot Reports page to easily view their performance on the standards you assessed, see the exact questions and answers by student, and find out where your students could use more help on a class or individual level. Snapshot also recommends both free and premium resources to help you close any and all learning gaps in your classroom. Follow these steps to view your students’ Snapshot results:
- Launch Snapshot by clicking the Snapshot icon on the Apps Toolbar.
- Click “Reports” on the top toolbar.
There are three types of Snapshot Reports, each of which can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate icon at the top of the “Reports” page. Each Snapshot Report type provides unique information, which is described below:
Focus: The number of students you've assessed, and number of students who are meeting, borderline, or behind on the standards. You will also see the number of standards that have been assessed, and the 3 standards with the most room for improvement. Filter by Group and subject towards the top.
- Recommended Resources: To help the students who are borderline or behind on a standard, Snapshot surfaces resources designed to close specific learning gaps. Whether it’s additional reading or a learning game, these resources are meant to help students master the Common Core.
- Students: The performance of individual students on each ELA or Math Standard, and the specific Snapshot questions that each student answered, including the students' responses.
- View the specific questions that each student answered: Click on the colored square for an individual standard next to a student's name.
- View only the students and standards within specific performance category: Click on a colored Standard Code (Meets, Borderline, etc.) in the legend near the top of the page.
- Standards: The performance of your students as a whole on each ELA or Math standard.
- Filter by Group, subject, and/or grade: Use the filters towards the top of the page.
- See which students fall in to each performance category: Mouse over the circle-chart for a specific standard.
How is the mastery level ( i.e. "Meets," "Borderline," and "Behind") determined?
"Meets" means that a student answered 4/4 or 3/4 standard-aligned questions correct on their most recent Snapshot. "Borderline" means they answered 2/4 questions correct, and "Behind" reflects 1/4 or 0/4 questions correct.
Next Steps: Learn about other Snapshot features here.