How the Learning Continuum Class View is organized

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This article is an overview of how your students are organized in the Learning Continuum Class View. Class View is the default option when you navigate to the learning continuum, and it is the same view you see if you click through the Class Breakdown Reports to the Learning Continuum.

The Learning Continuum Class View shows what learning statements are associated with which goal areas and RIT ranges. It also groups students by their RIT ranges in various goal areas. After you select the term and class, you will get a Learning Continuum page that looks like this:

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You can click on each light-green goal area to see the learning statements, 10 point RIT bands, and which students scored in which RIT band for each goal area. An expanded goal area will look something like this:

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Here we can see some 10 point RIT bands, from the lowest (at the top) to the highest (at the bottom). The lowest RIT band displayed will generally be the band below the lowest RIT score in your class of students, and the highest RIT band displayed will be the band above the highest score.

Each student will be grouped into the RIT band that best matches the goal range. In this example, the student's overall RIT score for the Math 2-5 Common Core 2010 test was 211, but their goal range for the "Add & Subtract: Represent and Solve Problems" is 203-213, which best matches the 201-210 RIT band. 

If we compare the Learning Continuum Class View with the Test View, the RIT band into which students are grouped in the Class View would correlate with the RIT band labeled "Develop" in the 3-column Test View. These are the skills that the students are ready to work on.

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