For each assignment you give your students in Actively Learn, information on their progress is generated when you grade assignments, and students interact with the text.
Reviewing student work on a daily basis can provide insights and help you direct your focus to areas students 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.
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STEP 1: Select a class and click "student data"
STEP 2: Select a student
STEP 3: Navigate which report to view
Teachers will first see an overview of the student's class grade, reading pace, words written, words looked up, and notes created. Teachers can click on the "?" in each box to see how that data is calculated. Each box will tell how the student is doing in that category, and list any tips that the student can do to improve their data in that category.
Scroll down to get an overview of how much a student has used the notes feature, vocab lookups, text-to-speech, and translation compared to the rest of the class.
Teachers can view how their student did overall in the assignments in the class and their completion percentage.
Helps you better understand how students are performing along School or District Standards.
It's always helpful to be able to show improvements in student writing over time. Every question a student has answered is listed out in this report.
This report gets populated when students read texts in their Independent Reading section.
This report gets populated when students add texts to their My Research section. You can see the texts students are using for their research, where they obtained it, labels they use, as well the numbers of notes added.