Disaggregating Benchmark Data

using eduphoria!

Viewing Student's Benchmark Data

As soon as students have completed their benchmark you are able to view and analyze their data / results.

STEP TWO: Click on ANALYZE...(this is where you will view and analyze all your data)

Once in ANALYZE you will select QUICK VIEWS and find the 14-15 FALL Benchmarks
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Looking at Benchmark Data

Select the grade level you wish to analyze.

Remember: STAAR: Ninth Grade and Tenth Grade

TAKS: Eleventh Grade


All campus data will populate.

Q: What is the best way to sort my students once I have exported the information to Excel?

A: You can begin by sorting student according to Reporting Categories. It is important that you know which Student Expectations are covered within each category.


Q: I really want to help all students succeed. Once I have determined which areas my students struggle, how can I incorporate that information into my direct teach sessions?

A: There are several ways this can be accomplished. Examples include, but not limited to: (1) Once your data has been exported into Excel, you can group your lower performing students together and pair them your higher performing students.

(2) You can use benchmark data as well as state assessment data to determine your bubble student. Bubble students are those who fall in the category of being one or two questions away from passing the assessment.

Q: How will I know, based on the benchmark scores or even previous state assessment scores, if my student is on the right track to actually pass the state assessment?

A: Currently the standard for passing both an EOC and TAKS is less than 60%. If you want to be sure your students are on the right track and will be successful, take a look at the raw score conversation charts on the link provided.

STAAR http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index4_wide.aspx?id=25769814833&menu_id=793

TAKS http://www.tea.state.tx.us/student.assessment/taks/convtables/yr13/