Coordinator Features

Guide to Coordinator Reports

Coordinators have access to a variety of reports to help track usage, progress, and other important metrics. The reports referenced on this page are all accessible through the left-hand menu on the main Coordinator landing page.

Select reports are emailed, rather than available immediately, as indicated in the descriptions below.

Reports that are immediately accessible can be exported in multiple formats, such as PDF and Excel.

To export a report:

  • Once you’ve generated your report, select the disk icon
  • Choose the file format you would like to export the report to
  • You can then save the report locally to be archived or shared


Track Curriculum Usage: District – Usage Summary

This district-level report shows high-level usage statistics for a particular product family which includes curriculum launches, engaged students, and launches per engaged student.

To request the report:

  • Select ‘Track Curriculum Usage’ under ‘Curriculum Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options, including ‘District: Usage Summary’ under ‘Select a Report Category’
  • Click ‘Get Report’
  • The page will update and you should see a message that says, ‘The report will be mailed to the email address on file within 24 hours’
  • The report will come from pd_reports@learning.com (please check your spam folder if you do not see it in your main folder)


Track Curriculum Usage: School – All Tracked Scores for School

For reviewing all score data for one school, this report will be the best option. It provides a log of all completed curriculum items per student, score, and class.

To request the report:

  • Select ‘Track Curriculum Usage’ under ‘Curriculum Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options, including ‘School: All Tracked Scores For School’ under ‘Select a Report Category’
  • Click ‘Get Report’
  • The page will update and you should see a message that says, ‘The report will be mailed to the email address on file within 24 hours’
  • The report will come from pd_reports@learning.com (please check your spam folder if you do not see it in your main folder)

 

Points to note:

  • Includes information about the highest possible score for the lesson
  • Includes all scores for multiple attempts of the same lesson


Track Curriculum Usage: School – Usage by Class

Similar to the District Usage Summary, this report tracks student engagement. With this report, however, Coordinators can drill down to understand engagement by class in a particular school.

To view the report:

  • Select ‘Track Curriculum Usage’ under ‘Curriculum Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options, including ‘School: Usage by Class’ under ‘Select a Report Category’
  • Click ‘Get Report’


E-rate Online Safety Objectives Report (District)

The purpose of this report is to show high-level compliance with E-rate standards across the district. It displays the schools in the district and the number of students who completed items aligned to one or both of the E-rate Online Safety Standards within that school. For reports that include student names (which this report does not), you will want to review the class E-rate report, available in teacher reports.

To view the report:

  • Select ‘E-rate’ under ‘Curriculum Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the desired date range
  • Click ‘Get Report’

 

Points to note:

  • This report shows the number of students who have fulfilled CIPA requirements for appropriate online behavior instruction by completing at least one item in each of two categories: ‘Interaction with other individuals on social networking websites and in chat rooms’ and ‘Cyberbullying awareness & response’
  • The district-level E-rate report does not explicitly distinguish the CIPA online safety standards as ‘a.1’ and ‘a.2’ but they do, in fact, correspond to these standards
    • a.1 – (Appropriate online behavior, including) interaction with other individuals on social networking websites & in chat rooms
    • a.2 – Cyberbullying awareness & response


Track Assessment Usage: District – Assessment Progress

Access this report to see a school-by-school summary of progress for the selected assessment. Specifically, you can see how many students have been enrolled in the assessment and how many have completed it (relative to the total number of student accounts).

To view the report:

  • Select ‘Track Assessment Usage’ under ‘Assessment Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options, including ‘District: Assessment Progress’ under ‘Select a Report Category’
  • Click ‘Get Report’

 

Points to note:

  • This report is available with the following assessments:
    • 21st Century Skills Assessment
    • TechLiteracy Assessment
    • WayFind Teacher Assessment
    • TX TCEA 8th Grade Assessment

Track Assessment Usage: School – Assessment Progress

This report shows a class-by-class summary of completion progress for the selected assessment.

To view the report:

  • Select ‘Track Assessment Usage’ under ‘Assessment Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options, including ‘School: Assessment Progress’ under ‘Select a Report Category’
  • Click ‘Get Report’


Track Assessment Usage: School – Assigned, Not Completed Students

This report provides a list of assigned students at the selected school who have been assigned the selected assessment part but who have not yet completed it.

To view the report:

  • Select ‘Track Assessment Usage’ under ‘Assessment Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options, including ‘School: Assigned, Not Completed Students’ under ‘Select a Report Category’
  • Click ‘Get Report’


Track Assessment Usage: School – Students Not Enrolled

This report tracks the students at the selected school who are not enrolled in the selected assessment.

To view the report:

  • Select ‘Track Assessment Usage’ under ‘Assessment Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options, including ‘School: Students Not Enrolled’ under ‘Select a Report Category’
  • Click ‘Get Report’


Assessment Comparison Report

Use this report to review a comparison between proficiency results for different years that the user selects in chart form. As this report allows you to select multiple tests (by hitting Ctrl + left mouse click), it can be used to compare pre-tests to post-tests.

To view the report:

  • Select ‘Assessment Comparison Report’ under ‘Assessment Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options, including ‘School: Students Not Enrolled’ under ‘Select a Report Category’
  • Click ‘Get Report’


Retrieve Score Reports

This section allows you to request and retrieve assessment score reports in bulk. Recently processed reports are also accessible. Bulk reports that include multiple files will be provided in 24 to 72 hours.

To view the report(s):

  • Select ‘Retrieve Score Reports’ under ‘Assessment Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options
  • Click ‘Request Report’

District Summary Report: shows averages for assessment scores in the district. Includes averages for all schools in the district as well by skill module.

School Summary Report: shows averages for assessment scores in the school. Includes averages for specific classes as well by skill module.

Class Detail Report: shows averages for assessment scores in the class. Includes averages for specific students as well by skill module.

Proctor – Class Summary Report: shows averages for assessment scores in the class. Includes averages for skill modules as well (for example, average score by class for “research and information fluency”).

Individual Student Report: includes instructor comments, specific student scores, and time spent on the test.


DLA Dashboards and Reports

By accessing this tool, you will be able to review school-level and district-level analyses of performance.

Note that the above assessment reports will not include DLA. The results of the DLA can only be accessed through the DLA Dashboard.

To access the dashboards and reports:

  • Select ‘Dashboard (New!)’ under ‘DLA Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • A detailed breakdown of the information available can be found here

District Activity Report

This report shows the overall level of your district’s activity on the Learning.com platform. It includes content launches by month, user login counts, and unique counts of students and teachers per month. It also (optionally) shows the proportion of students rated proficient or higher on a specified assessment, across both the pre-test and post-test, if taken.

To view the report:

  • Select ‘District Activity Report’ under ‘License/Product Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options
  • Click ‘Get Report’


School Activity Report

This report shows the overall level of your school’s activity on the Learning.com platform. It includes content launches by month, user logins counts, and unique counts of students and teachers per month. It also (optionally) shows the proportion of students rated proficient or higher on a specified assessment, across both the pre-test and post-test, if taken.

To view the report:

  • Select ‘School Activity Report’ under ‘License/Product Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • Select the appropriate drop-down options
  • Click ‘Get Report’


Adaptive Keyboarding Coordinator Dashboard and Reports

By accessing this tool, you will be able to review school-level and district-level analyses of performance.

To access the dashboards and reports:

  • Select ‘Adaptive Keyboarding Dashboard (New!)’ under ‘Keyboarding Tools’ in the left-hand menu
  • The dashboard will launch in a new tab where you can select the date range and review average accuracy, WPM and minutes of practice
  • To export a raw data report in Excel, select “reports” in the top bar menu

 

Points to note:

  • If you want to review specific student data, you can access the Adaptive Keyboarding Teacher Dashboard through a teacher account. For more information, see here
  • You can export raw data Excel reports by navigating to the ‘Reports’ tab at the top of your screen

You can also demo the product for yourself by selecting the ‘Student Mode’ tab at the top of your screen: