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- Accessing the on-screen reports
- Reports Available
Accessing the on-screen reports
There are two ways to access the detailed reports for a student: which one you'll want to use may vary depending on where you're starting from.
From the Advanced Reports dashboard:
- Click on the Student Data tab
- In this table, locate the student you're interested in and click the Study Path Details link
- You will see a pop-up window: click on the goal & study path you're interested in to be taken to the detailed student reports.
From the Study Paths reports:
If you're already looking at the reports for a study path, you can easily access a student's detailed reports for that study path from the Student Data / Summary report by clicking on the Details link:
To navigate to this page:
- From your reports dashboard, ensure you are on the Study Paths with Student Activity tab (this will be open by default when you first log in)
- In this table, locate the study path you're interested in and click the Reports link
- Click on the Student Data tab (the Summary report will open by default)
- Click the Details link in the Actions column for the desired student.
- Overview: shows summary details for the student's activity in this study path. It allows you to see the student's score progression and testing activities on a timeline, as well as the number of tests side-by-side with study time for every topic
- Tests Taken: lists every test activity the student completed (initial diagnostic, unit tests, and topic tests), in the order they were completed. You can see when each test was completed (especially helpful for identifying back-to-back testing attempts) and can drill down to see the individual questions a student encountered in each test.
- Resources Studied: lists every learning resource the student has visited, as well as how many visits each resource saw and the time. This is a helpful view to understand which resources your students are taking advantage of, and can also help to identify situations where students may be only visiting resources quickly to re-enable the Test button versus a sustained visit to review the material.