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How do I configure an assessment score mapping for my institution?

How do I configure an assessment score mapping for my institution?

As a Videri admin, you can configure custom assessment score mappings for assessments in your account. Assessment score mappings allow you to define score ranges that indicate student achievement and growth. 

To create an assessment score performance level, you must first define the mapping. Once the mapping is defined, you can configure the mapping for all the defined assessment data. Additionally, because institutional goals change and evolve over time, and because success varies by grade level, you can create mappings specific to school year and grade level. You can also copy a custom assessment mapping to additional school years and grade levels.

Open Videri Administration Page

Open Videri Administration Page

In the Navigation Menu, click the Admin link.

Open KPIs

In Administration Navigation click the KPIs link [1] or on the Videri Administration page, click the KPIs link [2].

Open Assessment Scores

In the Manage KPIs menu, click the Assessment Scores link [1].

Note: On the Manage KPIs Overview page you can click the Assessment Scores link [2].

Open Assessment Score Mapping Details

To view details about performance level mappings for an assessment vendor, locate the vendor in the chart and click the Edit button.

Edit Mappings

From the Assessment Score page, you can view mappings created for the assessment score in the Mappings section. By default, the mapping for all school years and grade levels displays [1].

To edit the mapping, click the Edit mapping button [2].

View Mapping

By default, the Numeric Mappings tab displays [1]. To configure a new mapping, click the Define mapping for numeric score values checkbox [2].

You can view the numeric score value mapping options [3] and score ranges [4].

View Numeric Score Value Mapping Options

View Numeric Score Value Mapping Options

You can manage score value mapping options in the Numeric Score Value Mapping section.

The goal direction specifies whether low or high assessment score values indicate goal achievement. Typically, assessments use a low-to-high achievement scale, and the Standard option is selected by default [1]. However, if a low score is preferred above a high score, you can select the Inverse option [2].

The comparison basis determines values included in your score range comparisons. Typically, assessment score ranges include values up-to and including a specified value, and the Inclusive (includes the value) option is selected [3]. However, if a score range should not include the specified value, you can select the Exclusive (less than the value) option [4].

To configure your alphanumeric scores in your score ranges, click the Configure button [5].

Configure Non-Numeric Scores

Configure Non-Numeric Scores

Configure any non-numeric assessment scores in the Parse non-numeric scores page.

Enter the regular expression value, usually \d+, in the Capture number (regex) field [1]. For additional information about using regular expressions to parse assessment scores, hover over the Information icon [2]. Videri uses the expression to search and replace any non-numeric scores with numeric values.

If your alphanumeric assessment score values indicate negative scores, click the Negate number (regex) checkbox [3], then enter the alphabetic value in the text field [4]. Click the Show Results button [5].

To apply the expression(s) to your assessment scores, click the Apply button [6].

Configure Assessment Score Ranges

Configure Assessment Score Ranges

The Score Ranges section displays your performance level configurations [1]. For each performance level, you can specify a performance range value [2]. You can also view the score results associated with the performance level and range [3].

Save Mapping

Save Mapping

Click the Save mapping button.

View Assessment Score Mapping

From your Visuals page, you can access Assessment Performance Levels and view your assessment score performance level configurations.

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