Access Dynamic Individual Student Report (ISR)

The Dynamic ISR focuses on the student's skill mastery, labeling the student's performance. It compares the student's score to that of school and district averages. Additionally, when the student has tested in previous administrations, the ISR provides the final results from the most recent testing administration, along with the final results from previous test administrations.


The Pearson Access Report Builder dynamically generates reports based on selections you make in each Report Builder section — WhoWhat, and HowYou can change your criteria and generate various reports for different organizations, student groups, or test(s).

CategoryDescription
Who

Includes organizations and student groupings. By default, all organizations and groupings are selected.

- If you do not select an LEA, District, or School, by default, all of these organizations are selected, and you can select only one subject, one academic year, and a Dynamic Summary report.

- If you select only one of these organizations, you can select multiple subjects and academic years for any of the available reports.

- If you select two or more of these organizations, you can select only one subject, academic year, and a Dynamic Summary report.

WhatIncludes subjects, tests, administrations, and available report types.
HowIncludes columns and rows that affect how data appears within the report.

Prerequisites

  • Confirm your role and project under your name, and your district or school in the Organization dropdown. If you have access to multiple projects or organizations, click each dropdown to select the one(s) you want to view. 

    The Pearson Access user interface and available options change based on the organization level to which you are pinned. If you select a district or school, you see different options than if you are pinned to a local education agency (LEA) or department of education (DOE)

  • Tests must have been previously scored. Pearson provides these reports based on responses received from your class. This report only reflects those provided responses.



Step-by-Step

  1.  From the main menu, click (or tap) Report Builder.

  2. Click an organization or grouping in the Who section, and select from the available options. Click ConfirmBy default, all Who options are selected.

  3. Select at least one subject and academic year in the What section. Click Confirm.

  4. Click Report Type and select Individual Student Report. Click Confirm. 

  5. The ISR focuses on the student's skill mastery and compares the student's score to that of school and district averages. Additionally, when the student has tested in previous administrations, the ISR provides the final results from the most recent testing administration, along with the final results from previous test administrations. It helps you identify how a student's understanding progresses, and his or her strengths and weaknesses.

    The Report Builder can generate an ISR for students at when you select a district, school, or class, but not an LEA or state-level organization.

    1- Each test blade includes the colored test identifier icon, test session name, number of students within that session, test administration, academic year, and the test date(s). The overall test details appear below with the Performance Level (PL) Key, Test Description, and Points Possible with any correlated domains or standards.

    2- You can download the results as a CSV and PDF file.  

    3- Tests display sorted by earliest submitted test and follow in descending order.

    4- Student results appear with default columns. You can select and deselect any columns in the HOW section after the default report displays as described in step 6.

    5- You can expand a student's blade to see his or her detailed results.

  6. Click an option in the How (Columns) section to alter how the data appears, and click Generate ReportThe report can include these columns, if selected. 

    Columns also may vary by project:

    • Score Type indicates the score the student earned (for example, raw or scale).
      • Score indicates the test's hierarchical level at which the score is being provided. For example, the Overall Test, the domain, the strand, or the subject.
      • % Correct graph outline represents 100%, and the color within the outline represents the percent correct.
      • Performance (Level) indicates the performance level.
      • Count indicates the number of students included in that row.
      • Test Trends indicates the test attempt icon correlated to the information in that row.
    • Levels (Subject, Domain, Strand, Standard) to search for specific lower-level data (ie., strands and standards).