Section 1: Overview of Ohio Online Assessment Reporting System

Identifying Students’ Instructional Needs

The OGT data provide a snapshot of how current Grade 11 students and students who need to retake the OGT performed on the spring OGT. You can tailor instructions for three groups of students:

Discuss the results with colleagues and consider how to target specific needs as you continue working with your students.

Grade 9 and Grade 10 Teachers: You may find it helpful to discuss the school’s past performance on the OGT. Specifically, you may be interested in the subjects and content standards that caused difficulty for students who took the recent OGT. Once these areas are determined, you can become proactive in your instruction and in preparing your students for their first OGT.

Grade 11 and Intervention Teachers: You may find it helpful to discuss the school’s past performance on the OGT as a whole while looking at individual student performance. Understanding past performance allows you to consider your students’ learning needs and address them appropriately. Go to the “Using This System for Planning and Instruction” tool for more information about differentiated instruction and intervention strategies.

School Leaders: You can use this information to help teachers develop intervention strategies for students who must retake the OGT. Go to the Using This System for Planning and Instruction tool for more information about intervention strategies.