The Classroom Diagnostic Tools provides four interactive reports that can be viewed by the teacher immediately after students complete the assessment:
- Group Map
- Individual Map
- Individual Learning Progression Map
- Group Learning Progression Map
The data gleaned from the CDT maps support individual, small group, or whole group instruction.
The CDT interactive reports go beyond focusing only on What students should know and be able to do at a particular grade and/or course. It also provides a snapshot of How and Why students may still be struggling or extending beyond the grade and/or course Eligible Content. This valuable information is typically not identified through other types of assessments. Teachers, through the use of CDT reports, may access additional information through the Learning Progression Map. The Learning Progression Map allows teachers to pinpoint where students are struggling along or extending beyond the learning continuum. The CDT helps identify, and provides suggestions, for "next steps" in student academic development.
DRC INSIGHT Portal User Guide - CDT Interactive Reporting (PDF)