Popular topics:

Class data

For each assignment you give your students in Actively Learn, information about how they are doing is generated when you grade assignments, and students interact with the text.  

Reviewing student work gives you a 360 degree understanding of your students' reading that can help you direct your focus to the areas and students that need the most support. The various data reports across Actively Learn at the Assignment, Class, and Student levels provide real-time metrics on how their students are engaging with texts, and how they are performing. These data reports are part of the Personal Plan or higher. 


The gradebook shows you all grades you have given to students, per assignment, sorted by recency. Ungraded responses are NOT included here. Use bulk grading if you want to grade many questions at once. The total column is a sum of points earned/sum of points possible. (It is not an average.)

In addition, the gradebook can be downloaded as a CSV file for use with Microsoft Excel, or another grading system.

Image title


The activity report shows you quantitatively how your students are interacting with all of the texts you've assigned.

First, on the top right is a range selector to choose the dates for which you want to measure. 

The data has several columns, and they are all sortable - just click on any column header and you will see the blue triangle showing you how it is being sorted. 

You can see:

  • How much time students have spent reading
  • How many questions students have responded to
  • How many times students have revised answers
  • What their current grade total is for the class
  • How many words they've defined
  • How many notes they've taken, and how many of those they have shared with the class.
  • How many words they have written
  • How many times they have viewed their peers' responses after submitting a response

Image title


In the proficiency report, you can see how students are performing (and demonstrating proficiency) over three dimensions:

  1. Proficiency by Standard (skill)
  2. Proficiency by DoK Level
  3. Proficiency by Content (subject area)
  4. Proficiency over time (grades over time)

For Standard & Content reports the list is sorted by level of proficiency (top shows standards/content where students are doing best and bottom shows where they need the most improvement). Note that to the right of the bar, you'll see an arrow indicating a trend if students have been doing better or worse in the last month. 

Image title

Image title


For this report, you can see who has looked up which words, and how many times they have been looked up across all assignments.

Was this article helpful?

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

Our award-winning customer care team is here for you.

Contact Support