We look at class averages- students and myself included. This is great data for them to see, and they reflect on whether they feel time of day, behavior, etc may have impacted their learning or performance. I also look at this to see how it might relate to my teaching at different times of the day, behavior issues and the impact, etc. I also think about the class make up (# of IEP, ESL,etc. and how that might correlate to class average. I also have students examine their own scores as a way to reflect on growth: what did they improve upon, continue to struggle with, any scores that dropped, etc. Lastly, we examine individual question averages- were there certain types of questions students struggled with- it is really about asking them what they notice and see and what story it might tell…with evidence to back it up. It is also a tool for me to be reflective of my teaching. If there are certain questions all the classes struggle with or the majority of students struggle with- then what does that tell me - what could I have done differently?