The Assessment Report

Assessment reports can be made for a specific learner or for all learners in a class. Each report contains a list of all the criteria that were evaluated during the assessment, along with their performance, as well as a brief overview of all evidence. Each criterion is assigned an amount of weight that determines its value in relation against the other.

The assessment report is among the most crucial steps in the assessment cycle. It is the way we share our findings and inspire stakeholders to utilize our findings.

A thorough assessment report should be a vital part of any business strategy. It should provide information about your industry, and also identify potential threats and opportunities for your company. It should also contain an analysis of your competitors’ pricing strategies and an analysis of competition.

In addition to the standard graph-based or text-based formats modern assessment reports also use data visualization techniques. This entails converting numerical and textual information into visual representations that are more compelling than just graphs or tables. We increase the likelihood of stakeholders discussing and using our findings by making it easier for them to understand the assessment data.

A good assessment report should also include individual feedback to the respondent. You can do this by adding the name of the respondent to headers, footers or text-based blocks. It is also possible to do this by including custom scoring and personal recommendations based on a the criterion. Personalization is also possible by customising collections, which allows the selection of collections of learner work to illustrate the performance of a particular quality criterion.

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