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What Kind of Progress Reports Are Available?

Parents and students have access to a progress summary as well as a continuous snapshot of a student’s performance that displays each item and unit completed in the course.

To access the progress summary, follow these steps:

  1. Login to your student or parent account
  2. Access the Learning Center
  3. Under My Courses click on the blue Reports button at the bottom right.
  4. You can also access reports by clicking on the course image to get to the Course Details page.
  5. Click the Reports tab for a Progress Summary.
  • The first graph, Course Trajectory, illustrates the student's pace over time. After the student has logged several sessions, the report will also provide an estimate as to when the student will finish the current grade level.
  • The second is My Summary, which shows the current grade placement, information about the last lesson, as well as total usage and percent of correct first attempts. 
  • The My Time graph shows the number of minutes the student has worked each week for a quick overview of time spent, compared to the number of recommended minutes per week. 
  • Finally, the My Progress graph shows progress and effort on lessons the student has covered recently. The bar chart indicates the total number of questions across all sessions that a student has answered in a particular lesson in both the instruction and exercise sets. Blue represents correct first attempt, green represents correct second attempt, and red represents incorrect answers after the second attempt. This overview covers the time period shown in My Time above.

To access the course snapshot and replay sessions, follow these steps: 

  1. Login to your student or parent account.
  2. Click the link to the Learning Center
  3. Click on the course image to get to the Course Details page.
  4. Click the Snapshot tab to get to a calendar showing your sessions and time spent as well as an overview of past lessons.
  5. Click on a calendar date to jump to the lessons covered that day. Mouse over a calendar date to view time spent and number of questions answered. 
  6. Click the squares under the lesson titles to view the instruction/exercises and the answers the student gave.
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