Imagine Math

Using Imagine Math data to inform instruction

Benchmark assessments

The Imagine Math Benchmark was developed by MetaMetrics® and is an inspection

tool used to identify necessary remediation curricular areas and show growth

over time. It is a 30-question, adaptive test and takes 30–45 minutes to complete.

The result of the Benchmark is a Quantile® measure, a performance grade level,

an instructional grade level, and normative rankings. Benchmark 1 is automatically

delivered upon initial login. Two additional benchmarks will be delivered over the

course of the year and will adjust the content a student receives in their pathway

Benchmark reports

Following each benchmark test, students are classified into performance levels. Combined with the Quantile® Measure, performance levels can be used to group students and to determine appropriate instruction.


Teachers and administrators can see student benchmark performance data by logging into their Imagine Math account, clicking on the "reports" tab, and going to "Benchmark". These national performance levels are provided by MetaMetrics and are based on the Quantile score. Use the Imagine Math performance levels pdf below for descriptors of each of the five Imagine Math performance levels.

Standards and Strands reports

The Standards and Strands Reports provide administrators and teachers a view into how students, classrooms, and schools are performing in state standards or Qunatile Skills and Concepts (QSC). Teachers and administrators can access both the "Standards" and the "Strands" report by logging into their Imagine Math portal and clicking on the "Mastery" tab.


Below you will find additional information about each report.

Standards Report (Administrators and Teachers)

  • View into how students, classrooms and schools are performing against state standards or Common Core State Standards.
  • Commonly used to: reveal mastery of lesson content, understand which standards present the biggest challenges, identify groups of students struggling in common areas to create effective small group instruction, facilitate one-on-one intervention.
  • Metrics: number of students demonstrating mastery or difficulty with domains and standards, number of students passing or failing lessons tied to specific standards, percent of student in progress or passed by grade level per school

Strands Report (Administrators and Teachers)

  • Students are identified as passing, failing, or struggling in a strand or QSC.
  • Commonly used to: reveal mastery of lesson content, understand which standards present the biggest challenges, identify groups of students struggling in common areas to create effective small group instruction, facilitate one-on-one intervention.
  • Metrics: number of students demonstrating mastery or difficulty with strands and QSCs, number of students passing or failing lessons tied to specific strands and QSCs, and percent of strands and QSCs in progress or passed be grade level per school

Student Progress report

The Student Progress Report provides

a detailed view of how students are

performing on their pathways as they

use Imagine Math and recommends an

appropriate Application Task. This

report is designed to be printed so

you can share a student’s progress

with families.

Teaching Resources based on Quantile measure and standards


The resources found on the site below are not vetted by Imagine Learning. They are

collected by our assessment partners as an additional resource to support grade level

standards for students at multiple levels of understanding.


1. Navigate to https://math-tools.quantiles.com/quantile-teacher-assistant/

2. Search out the state, grade level, and standard

Pathways

Imagine Math has grade level pathways for students. Administrators and teachers have the ability to create and custom pathway based on data from Benchmark, Standards, and Strand Reports. These pathways can be assigned to students.


Pathway Types

Default Pathway: State-specific pathway. Automatically assigned when

enrolled. Includes benchmark tests and booster packs (when applicable).

Domain Pathways: Focuses on specific areas of curriculum—fractions,

measurement, expressions, and equations, etc.

Custom Pathways: Created by customer. Contact your CSM for details.


Assigning Pathways

1. From the home screen click on the

Management tab and click Classes.

2. Click on Current Students.

3. Check the box next to student name.

4. Click Assign Pathway.

5. Use the grade-level dropdown.

6. Click Search.

7. Select the pathway.

8. Click Enroll.

Contests

Each month, students are entered into our national contests for a chnace to win!


Check out our 2019-2020 Imagine Math Motivational Contest Schedule for descriptions, eligibility requirements, and contest windows.

Imagine Math Quick Guide

Download the Imagine Math Quick Guide below for program management tips and details on the student experience.
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