After your students take an assessment, Literably will grade those assessments within 24 hours and update the results on the Literably dashboard. Unlike our main Literably assessment, right now we will not email staff their students’ assessment results via email. To access and analyze your students’ phonological awareness (PA) or phonics assessment results, please follow the below steps.
- Log into Literably.
- On your dashboard, click on the name of the student and you will be taken to their assessment history page.
- Scroll down and you can access all graded, grade pending, and paused assessments. If a student has taken both oral reading fluency assessments and foundational skills assessments, the FS assessment results will be displayed underneath the ORF results.
- Click on the foundational skill assessment that you want to look at more closely and you will be taken to the graded assessment page (see example screenshot below).
Graded assessment page example:
Graded assessment history page results box:
1.) Skill type: the type of skill the student was assessed on (e.g., phonological awareness, phonics)
2.) Score: the assessment’s color-coded scaled score, which takes into account the difficulty of the prompts a student was given. The scaled score formula is calibrated using Literably’s internal data, and the color-code labels are defined below:
|above grade-level expectations|
|meeting grade-level expectations|
|approaching grade-level expectations|
|below grade-level expectations|
3.) Status: the grading status of the assessment (e.g., graded, grade pending, paused)
Skill Performance Section:
1.) Skill column: the skill category the student engaged with on the assessment. Click the skill to see the sub-skill questions that were asked.
- In the above screen shot, Jo March was asked questions on Blends and specifically its sub-skill of "Real Word Blend Initial Consonant - Two Letters".
2.) Raw score: the number of questions in the skill category that the student answered correctly compared to the number of questions they were asked in that skill category.
- In the above screenshot, Jo March was asked 5 phonics questions on Blends and answered 2 of them correctly.
3.) Scaled score: the student's color-coded scaled score on the skill category. More details on this type of scaled score are found above.
Item Performance Section:
1.) Prompt: the oral prompt that was delivered to the student by Rudy the Dog during the assessment
2.) Transcription: a transcription of how the student tried to answer the prompt compared to the correct answer. The different notations underneath the "Response" column are below.
- The correct answer is typed in black text
- The red notations indicate what the student answered if they did NOT get the answer correct. In the above screenshot:
- The student answered the first prompt correctly by saying “un”
- The student answered the third prompt incorrectly because they said “paint” instead of “aent”
3.) Audio: the audio recording of how the student tried to answer the prompt
4.) Score: a record of whether the student got the prompt correct
- 1/1 = a correct answer was given
- 0/1 = an incorrect answer was given
5.) Grade Level: the difficulty level of the prompt