Individualized Learning Results Report

Individualized Learning Results Report

This report gives users the ability to effectively visualize and monitor student usage and results in students' Individualized Learning Paths.

Teachers may consider adjusting assignments as the year progresses when more on and above-grade-level mastery is expected.
This report reflects data for only completed/finished units. To see Real Time Results, at a glance, you can access the Individualized Learning Path tab. The results are immediate, but you must refresh the screen to see them.

Generating the Report

1. Navigate to the Reports tab then click Instruction in the menu options on the left.

2. Scroll to find Individualized Learning Results then click create.

3. Select which students you would like to generate this report for using these steps here.

4. Choose your Report Options:

  • Give your report a name

  • Choose to Summarize By Selected Students or Individual Students

    • Selected Students: This totals all of the data for all of the students you selected and reports it by grade level.

    • Individual Student: This shows summary data for each individual student, as well as totals.

  • Select subjects (Mathematics or Language Arts)

  • Date Range for the report

5. Review your selections and click create .

6. A preview of your report will appear! Click the down arrow or printer icons in the top right to print or download the report, or click the back arrow on the left to return to the settings if changes needed to be made.

What To Look For

What to look for when viewing the Selected Students Summary Report:

  • What strands are being worked on?

  • How are students doing in the individual strands?

  • How are students performing in their ILP, as a whole?

  • How much time are students working in their ILP?

What to look for when viewing the Individual Students Summary Report:

  • What does the Unit Timeline tell you about a student's work in a strand?

  • How many units have they completed as a part of a strand?

  • What range of levels is the student working on in a strand?

  • How well is the student performing in a strand, as a whole?

  • How much time are students working in each strand?

Example: Summarize by Selected Students

This report is segmented by Grade Level. Depending on the filters you chose, it could include students from a single grade or multiple grades.

Example: Summarize by Individual Student

This reported is segmented by Individual Student. Depending on the filters you chose, it could include multiple pages if you chose several students.

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