The student detail page contains all relevant information for that student. Everything from their test data, to their Individualized Learning progressions, and even student achievements!

The student detail page can be viewed in the Individualized Learning, Progress Monitoring, and Goal Tracker tabs.

Accessing the Student Detail page from Individualized Learning

1. Navigate to the Individualized Learning tab and use the filters to narrow down the list of students you would like to view.

2. To access the Student Details page, click on any of these three buttons (the star, the Test Data button, or Active ILP button)

3. The Student Detail page will pop out from the right side of the screen. You can then toggle between their Individualized Learning (both Mathematics and Language Arts), Progress Monitoring (both Mathematics and Language Arts), Goal Tracking, Badges, Observations, and Test Data (both Mathematics and Language Arts):


Accessing the Student Detail page from Progress Monitoring

1. Navigate to the Progress Monitoring Tab and use the filters on the left-hand side to narrow down the students you wish to view.

2. Click View Detail to the right of the student progress monitoring information:

3. The Student Detail page will pop out from the right side of the screen. You can then toggle between their Progress Monitoring (both Mathematics and Language Arts), Individualized Learning (both Mathematics and Language Arts), Goal Tracking, Badges, Observations, and Test Data (both Mathematics and Language Arts):


Accessing the Student Detail page from Goal Tracker

1. Navigate to the Goal Tracker Tab and use the filters on the left-hand side to narrow down the students you wish to view.

2. Click on the view detail button.

3. The Student Detail page will pop out from the right side of the screen. You can then toggle between Goal Tracking, Individualized Learning (both Mathematics and Language Arts), Progress Monitoring (both Mathematics and Language Arts) Badges, Observations, and Test Data (both Mathematics and Language Arts):

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