Student data automatically uploads to the Dashboards in the Educator Center, allowing teachers to monitor how individual students are performing, in addition to the class as a whole. Teachers will find information about time spent using the program and how students are progressing, as well as prioritized action items to help support students’ learning paths.
Finding Individual Student Progress Data
- Log in to your Educator Center account.
- Use the drop-down menu to click the product you wish to look into.
- Click Dashboards at the top of your screen, then Usage.
- Scroll down to click the name of the student.
- The Student Stats pop-up will appear for the student you selected.
- Scroll down to view What [Student Name] Is Working On This Week.
- Scroll down to view What [Student Name] Completed This Week.
- Scroll down to view Overall Progress.
Understanding This Student Progress Data
60-minute goal progress bar
What is it? This top report section highlights the individual student’s progress towards the recommended 60 minute usage goal.
Why it matters: Recognizing student progress can motivate them to reach their usage goal, which provides a clear target for achievement.
[Student Name]’s Engagement
Time (mins) At School or At Home
- What is it? This report highlights the student's Total Learning Time and also distinguishes between the time learning with the program at school versus at home.
Why it matters: Understanding where the individual student engages with the program allows you to tailor your support and resources for specific learning environments. Students generally progress faster if they're learning both in school and at home.
- What is it? This report indicates the number of skills or lessons completed by the individual student.
Why it matters: Monitoring skills completed helps you assess the progress of individual students and provides insights into areas that may need more focus.
What [Student Name] is working on this week
What is it? This section lists actionable steps or recommendations based on student usage and performance data.
Why it matters: Action items guide you in taking specific measures to improve student engagement, usage, and achievement.
What is it? This section categorizes and provides a list of insights into the learning objects and skills that individual student has engaged with.
Why it matters: Analyzing learning objects and skills helps you understand which content is resonating with students and informs your instructional planning.
Measurements below the total number of skills completed within 1 year.
What is it? This report provides a comprehensive snapshot of student advancement. It includes information on completed skills, skills in progress, areas where students may need support, and future skills.
Why it matters: Allows you to assess the progress of each student and identify areas where they excel or need additional support. It provides insights into their journey to mastery