iSkills™ Assessment Reports
Customizable iSkills™ assessment reports help you identify where further curriculum development is needed so students have the essential digital skills they need to succeed at school and in the workplace. They present accurate, timely feedback on how your students performed on the seven iSkills task types.
Select a report title to view a sample report.
Aggregate Task Performance Feedback Report — allows you to compare your students to their peer group at a granular level. Consolidated results of all individual student reports provide the numbers and percentages of students who receive the highest score on specific components of each of the tasks. These results are then compared to a reference group's highest score percentage.
Institutional Skill Area Report — helps you compare your students' overall scores and task type to their peer group. The performance in each ICT task type is reported and includes two graphical representations of task type performance relative to the reference group using score distribution and median point analysis.
Individual Score Report — provides individual students with feedback on their performance on the various tasks. Students are provided with overall scaled scores and percentile rankings that identify and compare their performance to those of other test takers from 2009. Performance feedback is also provided for each task to profile areas that might need remediation.
Institutional Data — allows you to run analyses not provided in the standard reports. Test results help administrators and faculty determine the strengths and weaknesses of either individual students, the entire student body, or a subgroup defined by language, ethnic background, class year, major or other characteristics.
For more information about score reporting, contact an ETS Advisor.