Monitor and Customize ILPs

Once Individualized Learning Paths have been created for students, users will be able to easily monitor progress and status, as well as view and customize what is a part of their individualized learning. All of this will be done from the Individualized Learning tab.

Monitoring ILPs
Depending on what you are looking for, there are several ways someone may monitor progress and status on ILPS. 

Monitoring Big Picture Usage Through the Dashboard
After logging into Classworks, users are presented with their dashboard. There are different widgets available that show big picture data for a particular time period.

To access the widget for Individualized Learning: 
1After logging in, click on + Add Widget from the Dashboard.

2Out beside Individualized Learning, click Add Widget.

3The widget is now added to your dashboard. You will be able to view each school within the district, Time on Task, and Averages based on your criteria. You have the option to look at overall usage or subject specific usage. You can also choose to view by the day, week, or month. This information can help you see the big picture usage and averages of the students in your district.

Using the Filter
Once you get to the Individualized Learning tab you are presented with a filter that lets you narrow down the students you would like to monitor. As an administrator you would be able to choose a school and view all of the students that are enrolled. As a teacher you would only have access to the students enrolled in your particular school. You can apply several filters at once to really narrow down your results.

SchoolTeacher users will have access to students in their school only. Administrative users will have access to all of the schools in the district.
GradeSearch for any grade Pre-K through 12. This reflects the grade the student is enrolled in Classworks as.
ClassClass gives you a list of all of the classes that have been created in Classworks for your selected school.
Custom GroupIf you have any custom groups created, they will show up here as a filter option.
Last NameIf searching for a particular student, you can search for them by their last name.
First NameIf searching for a particular student, you can search for them by their first name.
ILP AverageAllows you to filter by students that are above, below, or equal to a particular ILP average. 
ILP SubjectAllows you to select a specific subject, either Language Arts or mathematics.
ILP StatusThis allows you to view students in the results that fall in one of 4 different ILP status options: Active, Creating, Finished, and No ILP.

Monitoring Student Individualized Learning
1Navigate to the Individualized Learning tab.

2Select the filter(s) you would like to use.

3Click Apply.

4You will be presented with a list of students that met your filter criteria. You can easily see the ILP status for each student, their average on work completed in their ILP for each subject, and Time on Task spent in each subject.

5After clicking apply you are also presented with  a summary of all of the students that met your criteria. For each subject you can see the total number of skills assigned, the completed units within each strand, and time on taks in each strand for Mathematics and/or Language Arts.

The time on task reflects the time spent working on units within the strand. Units may be aligned to multiple strands. This is not cumulative time on task.

6To edit or refine your filter, click on the Filter Icon on the top left corner of your screen.

Customizing Student Individualized Learning
You are able to view or customize an Individualized Learning Path for a particular student, if desired.
1After navigating to the Individualized Learning tab and applying your filter options, you are presented with a list of students that met your criteria. 

2Next to a student's name, click the Active button for a particular subject to see what makes up that ILP.

3You will see a popup showing you all of the summary information for that student's ILP, as well as what assignments are a part of it, the assessment they were generated from, the date it was created, their average, and time on task.

The time on task reflects the time spent working on units within the strand. Units may be aligned to multiple strands. This is not cumulative time on task.

4To turn off a particular assignment simply change the  to a  by clicking on the icon.

5To view the units that make up a particular assignment in an ILP, click on the name of the assignment. 

6This popup shows all of the units in an ILP. If a student has been working in it, items may be marked as completed and averages and time on task may be available. You can click the + next to a unit to view all of the unit components.

7To re-assign a unit or component(s), click to change the status from Completed to Assigned.

8To skip a unit or activity for the student, change the status from Assigned to Skipped.

9After making any changes, click Save. If no changes were made, click Cancel.

10If you are done viewing or customizing a student's ILP, you can click X Close. These changes will save automatically.