Section 1: Overview of Ohio Online Assessment Reporting System
Analyzing Students’ Overall Results And Results By Content Standard
These online reports present overall results and subject-level performance for students in your district or school who took the OGT. Use this information to identify their instructional needs.
Online Score Report (Overall Results)
The Online School Report contains the same data presented in the printed Enhanced Class Score Report. The data in the report cover all students who took the OGT during the previous administration. You can filter your data online to view class and individual student data. You can also compare your school or district performance with the overall performance of students throughout the state of Ohio.
Grade 9 and Grade 10 Teachers: Use Teaching Tools to access resources for each subject in which students in your school need additional help and to develop intervention strategies.
Grade 11 Teachers: Use the available AYP categories to view student data for students currently in your class, as well as data for specific subgroups. A deeper understanding of which students are having difficulty in a particular subject will help you address the needs of the students who need to retake the OGT.
School Leaders and Department Heads: View your school’s overall data reports and identify the subject areas in which students are not meeting standards. You may also compare students’ scale scores to those of other students around the district and state.
District Leaders: View the online report to learn how many students are performing at or above the Proficient level, and which schools may need help with implementing intervention strategies.
Results by Content Standard
This chart shows how students performed in each of the academic content standards within a subject. Use this chart to identify which areas were weak for students, as well as the distribution of students across performance levels within each content standard. You may also add a column to the chart to view the following AYP categories: Ethnicity and Gender. (Other AYP categories will be implemented.)
You may want to create classes of students that are different than their actual classes. For example, you can create a class of students who are on athletic teams or who have recently transferred to your school. Once you have created a class, you can then view the data for those students.
Grade 9 and Grade 10 Teachers: Use these data to develop long-term plans for each subject.
Grade 11 Teachers: Use these data to view specific needs of students within a subject and to develop targeted lesson plans.
School Leaders: Help teachers identify subjects and content areas that are problematic. Provide support to teachers in developing short-term and long-term instructional plans, as well as intervention strategies. Also, create departmental teams and have each team identify how students performed in each content standard. Develop collaborative strategies to help students learn the content in those areas so that they can succeed in the classroom and on the OGT.