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Text for image - Understanding a reading or maths Individual Learning Pathway (ILP) report

Understanding parts of an ILP diagram

At the top is the title for the document, and underneath that is the student name and date tested.

The report has four main parts – Interest, Correct, Incorrect, and Barometer.


Interest refers to the test type. This example is a report for Mathematics.

The visual on the report displays:

  • Attitude Dial – the blue-shaded area shows student’s attitude scores against e-asTTle norms
  • Strand Dials – shows blue-shaded area shows student’s norm scores against e-asTTle norms
  • A 3-columns-3-rows table – Overall, Surface, Deep, Number knowledge, and Probability information about the student’s level and the Year mean
  • Barometer – about student performance.


Based on the student’s correct answers, Strengths and Achieved identify relevant curricula objectives.

Strengths are “hard” questions a student got right. Give the student similar work at this level.

Achieved are “easy” questions a student got right. Move on from teaching work at this level.


Based on the student’s incorrect answers, To be Achieved and Gaps identify question numbers in the test related to curricula objective.

To be Achieved are “hard” questions a student got wrong. Plan to teach these objectives at this level.

Gaps are “easy” questions a student got wrong.

Investigate causes. Avoid using a “drill and kill” approach to these objectives. They are easy, and the student should learn them quickly.


An arrow-shaped barometer sits between Correct and Incorrect. A red circle shows a student’s performance relative to the e-asTTle norm for the year level (blue shaded area).

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