Student Data Tracking & Enquiry Upon Results

Student Data Tracking

I use the excel sheets below to track student data throughout the course.

The summary sheet shows each student`s total score from their 6 subjects, including a breakdown of SL and HL points from each report. As the course progresses, it shows the difference in each student`s performance from one eport cycle to the next. It also includes their predicted grades, potential bonus points and whether they are predicted to pass the Diploma or not.

The student sheet records each student`s grades for each of their subjects throughout the course.

These sheets are used to track student progress and to advice on if and when intervention needs to take place. Students whose mid or final term total score is 26 or under are put on the mentor scheme, which is shown in depth in this website.

These documents are also useful when giving staff presentations on each student`s progress, both in departmental meetings, focusing on their performance in the given subject, or as a whole staff, looking at their present scores in comparison to previous report data.

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Enquiry Upon Results

After each exam sessions the IB offer schools a range of services through Enquiry Upon Results, which can be found via the IBIS website.

Enquiry Upon Results, for a fee, and depening on what you are ordering, with student and parent permission, allows schools to apply for:

  • Category 1: Individual candidate re-mark
  • Category 2a: return of externally assessed material charged by component
  • Category 2b: return of externally assessed material charged by subject/level for an individual candidate
  • Category 3: Remoderation of internal assessment sample work

In order to help collaborate with future teaching and planning, I have ordered category 2a and 2b to get our school copies of previous students` assessment components including Theory of Knowledge and Extended Essays. I have given staff departmental time to look at the previous student`s work in their departments to find their strengths and weaknesses and use them to plan for future exams and Internal Assessments.

The returned work also consists of the examiner’s comments, which staff can use to guide their teaching and their marking.

I have used the returned Extended Essays in staff training sessions. I go through the Extended Essay Assessment Criteria with the supervisors and then get them to grade one of the essays (made anonymous). We then go through the grade the IB gave to get a better understanding of the quality of work that is expected for each grade.

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