## Reflection: Data Analysis Real World Applications Test - Section 2: Explore

For this test, 85% of my students met mastery, which I set at 90% for this particular assessment.  I set near mastery for this assessment at 80%, and anything below was considered remedial.  As you can see from the attached Mastery Graph, Item Analysis, and Tracker Comparison (all of which I compiled using Mastery Connect), the students overall did very well.  My inclusion block had the highest number of students not meet mastery, however, in looking individually at those scores I see that many of those students showed growth from their pretest.  There was no single question that stood out as causing the students difficulty, so overall I think the test was a good assessment of the topic I was covering.

Data Analysis: Test Reflection

# Real World Applications Test

Unit 6: Equations
Lesson 15 of 22

## Big Idea: Check their progress! In this lesson students will demonstrate their ability to set up and solve equations for real world problems.

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Math, Algebra, equation, word problems
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### Heather Stephan

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