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Understanding Login details
Ensure that your students are logging in to EdReady: this is a straightforward way to see if your students are engaging with the platform. You should reach out to those that are not logging in. Typically even a virtual nudge can help students to engage again, but you may also be able to identify students that are facing technical challenges.
You can check the reports to see when they last logged in and how many logins they have completed overall. This use isn’t specific to a subject, so a student’s math and English instructor will both see the same details.
Find Last Login in EdReady Reports
Log into EdReady and click on the Manage Account button
Click on the Students tab: here you will see a list of all students you can access, based on your section, school, and/or subject assignments.
Click on the Last Login column header to sort the data: when the ^ icon is displayed the oldest login dates will appear at the top of the table. You can tell that a column is sorted when you see a blue box in the column header: the number displays indicates the order in which each column's sorting is applied.
This Login date is not specific to any study path(s) this student may be working in (math and/or English), but just shows when they have last logged in overall. Still, this is a great place to check and make sure that your students are engaged with EdReady generally. If you have students that have not logged in within the last couple of days, you may want to reach out.
Note: many reports in EdReady (both on-screen and available as an emailed Excel file) will include a column for the Last Login, but the instructions here detail the most straightforward place to see this information for all your students in one place.