Teacher guide to accessing MAP reports

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Introduction
Teachers can access a variety of MAP Growth reports for their students and classes. This guide will show you how to access the most popular reports for teachers. All of these reports can be used for reading, mathematics, language usage, and science.

Steps

Log in to the MAP Administration and Reporting Center (MARC) and go to the reports section:

  1. Go to http://teach.mapnwea.org.
  2. Log in with your username and password. If you do not have your username and password, use the Forgot Username or Password link.
  3. In the left navigation menu, select View Reports.
  4. Under View Reports, select MAP Growth Reports to generate a new report. To view a PDF report you've generated in the past two weeks, select Reports Queue instead.
MAP Growth reports link

Select the report you wish to view:

Our most popular reports for teachers are listed below. For full details on all the reports a teacher has access to, see Class Level Reports and Student Level Reports in the MAP Help Center (login required).

All of these reports will show results for MAP Growth 2-5 and 6+ reading, mathematics, language usage, and science; and MAP Growth K-2 reading and mathematics.
User-added imageStudent Profile: Next-Generation Report
  • Student level report
  • Scores for all subjects
  • Scores for instructional areas (also known as goal areas)
  • Comparisons to norms, grade level averages, district averages, and state proficiency tests
  • Links to the learning continuum
  • Historical test results displayed on a graph
  • Typical growth and custom growth goal setting
  • Often used for goal setting and for conversations with parents
User-added imageStudent Progress Report
  • Student level report
  • Scores for all subjects
  • Quintiles for instructional areas (also known as goal performance)
  • Comparisons to norms, grade level averages, and district averages
  • Historical test results displayed on a graph
  • Typical growth
  • Often printed out and sent to parents and contains an optional explanatory page
User-added imageClass Report
  • Class level report
  • Scores for all subjects from one term
  • Summary data for the class, including mean, median, and standard deviation
  • Contains percentile, estimated Lexile® (reading only), test duration, and instructional area performance (also known as goal performance)

Lexile® is a trademark of MetaMetrics, Inc. The estimated Lexile ranges shown are based on a correlation to RIT scores NWEA developed. The estimated Lexile ranges and the correlation are not associated with or endorsed by MetaMetrics.
User-added imageAchievement Status and Growth Report
  • Class level report
  • Scores and growth for all subjects, comparing two terms (for example, fall to spring growth)
  • Growth data includes typical growth, conditional growth percentile, and whether the student met or exceeded their growth projection
  • Summary data for the class, including percentage of students who met or exceeded projected growth, and the median conditional growth percentile
  • This report is the best overview of your classes' growth
User-added imageLearning continuum
  • Class level report
  • Shows which topics students in your class are ready to learn, based on their RIT score
  • Helpful for grouping students for differentiated instruction
  • Can be filtered by standard and grade

Generate and view the report

  1. Select the report you wish to view from the list.
  2. Fill out the report options. The available options vary from report to report.
  3. Some reports, like the Student Profile: Next-Generation Report and the Learning Continuum, will appear in your web browser. Other reports, like the Class report and Student Progress report, will appear as a PDF that you can save to your computer.
    • If a PDF report does not pop up, go to View Reports > Reports Queue to view the report, and other PDF reports you have generated in the last two weeks. Some reports may take some time to generate.
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To print a report

PDF reports: To print a PDF report like the Class report and Student Progress report, open the report and use your browser or PDF viewer's print function, or press Ctrl + P on the keyboard (Cmd + P on a Mac).

Online reports: To print a report that isn't a PDF, like the Learning Continuum report or the Student Profile: Next-Generation Report:
  1. Expand any options on the report that you want to print. For example, on the Learning Continuum report, expand any goals and sub-goals you want to see data for.
  2. Select the Print link or printer icon in the upper right. Or, use your browser's print function by pressing Ctrl + P on the keyboard (Cmd+ P on a Mac).

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