Overview

As a part of their Individualized Learning Path (ILP), students may spend time working on an array of standards across multiple grade levels. The Individualized Learning Standards Mastery Report allows teachers to see the standards that align to the skills the student has completed in their ILPs.

This information can be used as documentation for what the student is working on and how they are performing, to use in parent conferences, and can also be used to make decisions about the students learning.

Finding the Report

The Individualized Learning Standards Mastery Report can be generated from either the Classes tab or the Individualized Learning tab. When running the report from either location, it will always generate a separate report for each student selected. Below, you will find steps to generate the report from either tab location.

Generating the Report from the Individualized Learning tab

1. Navigate to the Individualized Learning  tab.

2. Select your filter criteria to find the student(s) you'd like to run a report for and click the Apply button.

3. Place a check next to the student(s) that you would like to generate the report for. 

Note: This will create a separate report for every student that you select.
4. Click the button at the top for Generate Report.

5. Make sure that Report Type says Instruction and Type says Individualized Learning Standards Mastery.

6. Click the Next button.
7. You can edit the name of the report (optional).

8. Select to Summarize by Individual Student.
9. If you'd like to see the information for only certain dates, you can change it from the default option of Current School Year (optional).
10. Click Preview.

Generating the Report from the Classes tab

1. Navigate to the Classes tab.

2. Select your school, if necessary (only if you have access to more than one school in the district).

3. Place a check next to a class or classes that you would like to generate the report for. 

Note: This will create a separate report for every student listed in the class(es) you selected.

4. Click the button for Create Report

5. Make sure that Report Type says Instruction and Type says Individualized Learning Standards Mastery.

6. Click the Next button.
7. You can edit the name of the report (optional).

8. Select to Summarize by Individual Student.
9. If you'd like to see the information for only certain dates, you can change it from the default option of Current School Year (optional).
10. Click the Preview button.

Reading the Report

When reading the report you will see all of the report information at the top of the screen including the name of the report, date, date range, who created the report, and the student's name. 

If the student has completed units in their ILP you'll see separate tables for Mathematics and Language Arts. The report is organized by Unit in order of completion. For each unit completed, you'll be able to see which standard(s) align to that unit, the unit name, the Time on Task for how long they spent working on the unit, their unit score, and the date completed.

Next Steps

After interpreting the report, teachers may choose to counsel, reassign or customize skills with students as needed.

Sample Report

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