## Reflection: Data Analysis Adding and Subtracting Integers Test - Section 2: Explore

As you will see from my attached results(Tracker Comparison, Item Analysis, Overall Results), overall the results on this test were quite good.  I like to use mastery connect to analyze my results - as I can compare one class to another, as well as look at all the questions and get an analysis of which is the most missed. As you will see from the results, there was no one question that puzzled several kids - the questions missed varied from student to student. As always, I will allow students to retest as they learn about their mistakes and gain more confidence with the material.

Data Analysis: Test Reflection

# Adding and Subtracting Integers Test

Unit 4: Operations with Rational Numbers
Lesson 13 of 23

## Big Idea: See the fruits of your labor as students demonstrate what they know on an Adding and Subtracting Integers Test.

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### Heather Stephan

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