My Gradebook

Guide to Teacher Reports

There are a variety of reports accessible to teachers that monitor class and student performance on assignments and progress through the year. All reports can be exported into multiple formats, such as PDF and spreadsheets.

 To access the reportmenu:

  • Navigate to a class gradebook
  • Click on the small tab that looks like a pie chart under the name of the class
  • Click on the name of the report

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 save the report locally to be archived or shared

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Gradebook Report

This is a great way to share the gradebook with others, such as parents or other educators.

To view the report:

  • Select a date range for scores
  • The optional ‘Include scores from all classes’ check box will allow you to see student scores that were completed in other classes (for the lessons you have assigned)
  • Click ‘Generate Report’

Points to note:

  • The ‘Best Possible’ row tells you how many points are available for that item; if you are entering manual scores and need to see how many points are possible, this is a good place to check
  • Scores below the passing threshold (which can be customized in your class settings) will appear in orange
  • When the report is exported to Excel, it will default to an Excel workbook file format. This can be converted to CSV for import into the teacher’s SIS. However, some manipulation will be required, as the gradebook includes symbols (such as “%”), that will not format correctly when uploaded to the SIS
  • EasyCode gradebook data isn’t visible in the Learning.com Platform Gradebook or Report. For more information on how to access your Foundations gradebook, please go here; for Pillars, go here
  • Discussions and Application Exercises will appear as orange circles in the Gradebook Report; a solid circle means the item has been completed and an outlined circle means the item has been started

Student Detail Report

This report highlights how a single student is doing on class assignments and when assignments were completed; it is great for portfolios and parent-teacher conferences

To view the report:

  • Select the name of a student (or students) from the menu or click ‘Check all’ to see the whole class in one report
  • The optional ‘Include scores from all classes’ check box will allow you to see student scores that were completed in other classes (for the lessons you have assigned)
  • Select a date range
  • Click ‘Generate Report’

Points to note:

  • If a student has completed a lesson more than once, the report will capture the score for each instance
  • This particular report is used for tracking passing scores; the default passing score for lessons is 80% and this can be adjusted in your class settings

 

 


Curriculum Item Report

With this report you can review class performance or compare student scores on a particular assignment

To view the report:

  • Select a curriculum item from the dropdown menu
  • Select a date range
  • The optional ‘Include scores from all classes’ check box will allow you to see student scores that were completed in other classes (for the lessons you have assigned)
  • Click ‘Generate Report’

Points to note:

  • If a student has completed a lesson more than once, the report will capture the scores for each instance

 

 

 


Standards Alignment Report

With this report, you can pull a summary of all standards covered by the assignments in a class.

To view the report:

  • Select a grade level
  • Select the national or state standard from the ‘Select a Standard’ scroll menu
  • Click ‘Generate Report’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Class Standards Progress Report

This report provides data to demonstrate that individual students have completed assignments which cover a specific concept or standard.

To view the report:

  • Select a date range
  • Select scores for ‘Thresholds for Minimum Score for Inclusion’ and ‘Standards Coverage Threshold’
  • Select a parent-level national or state standard
  • Click to select the subject area, grade, and specific objective(s)
  • The optional ‘Show Detail Section’ checkbox gives additional analysis by curriculum item
  • Click ‘Generate Report’

 

Example first page:

Points to note:

  • The column to the right of the student names shows the number of standards that have been covered, relative to the number of standards assigned to that student
  • The first page of the report  explains what the abbreviations (like 6.A.2.a) stand for (not pictured)
  • The row that runs below the numeric abbreviations shows the number of students who have covered the standard, relative to the total number of students who have been assigned curriculum items that align to the standard
  • The percentages appearing in boxes shaded green or yellow show the total percentage of assignments aligned to that standard which the student has completed. Green boxes indicate that the standard has been covered. Yellow boxes indicate that standard has been only partially covered
  • ‘Standard Covered’ means that the student has met the criteria determined by ‘Minimum Score for Inclusion’ and the ‘Standard Coverage Threshold’ selected (which is customizable when you pull the report)
  • ‘Standard Partially Covered’ means that that the student has not met the criteria (not scored high enough or not completed enough assignments) determined by ‘Minimum Score for Inclusion’ and the ‘Standard Coverage Threshold’

 

Example second page:

Points to note:

  • Page two of the report shows students’ scores for completed standard-aligned curriculum items in addition to the items that the student needs to complete in order to fully meet standard requirements
  • The column to the right of the student names shows the number of items completed with a satisfactory minimum score, relative to the total number of items that align to the specified standard

The row that runs below the lesson names shows the number of students that have completed the item with a satisfactory minimum score, relative to the total number of students who have been assigned the item

 

 


Individual Standards Progress Report

This is a great option for tracking student development and mastery of a particular concept or standard and can be helpful for portfolios and parent-teacher conferences.

To view the report:

  • Select a student name from the dropdown menu
  • Select a date range
  • Select scores for ‘Thresholds for Minimum Score for Inclusion’ and ‘Standards Coverage Threshold’
  • Select a parent-level national or state standard
  • Click to select the subject area, grade, and specific objective(s)
  • The optional Show Detail Section’ checkbox gives additional analysis by curriculum item
  • Click ‘Generate Report’

Points to note:

  • The bars below the standard description show the student’s progress towards the standard coverage. Specifically, you can see the number of items the student has completed at the minimum score threshold, relative to the total number of assigned curriculum items that align with the standard
  • Once the student’s ‘PCT Completed’ (percent completed) number is equal to or greater than the selected ‘Standard Coverage Threshold,’ there will be a check mark under the ‘Covered’ column for that standard

 

 

 

 

Points to note:

  • A key for the abbreviations in the ‘Type’ column can be found here
  • The fraction and percentage in the upper right represent the student’s total progress towards the standard; this data mirrors what is in the summary section
  • Curriculum items that come up for one standard may also come up for another standard, as a single curriculum item may align to more than one standard

 

 


Adaptive Keyboarding Report

This is a dynamic tool to review progress of keyboarding skills by tracking average accuracy and average WPM at a class and student level.

To view the report:

  • Select the ‘Adaptive Keyboarding Report’ option in your list of available reports
  • Your dashboard will open in a new tab

 

Class tab:

Student tab:

Scrolling down on the student tab:

Points to note:

  • In addition to being able to see at a glance the Accuracy by Key data for a particular student, at the bottom of the student tab is assessment data. The first exercise that the student is prompted to complete when s/he first starts Adaptive Keyboarding and then again at the start of each unit. In the example picture, the student has completed three assessments during the date range (visible in the upper part of the student tab)
  • You can find more information about Adaptive Keyboarding, from a student perspective, 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

 


E-Rate Online Safety Objectives Report

This report shows if class assignments cover E-Rate requirements and if students have successfully completed all related items.

To view the report:

  • Select a date range
  • Click ‘Generate Report’

Points to note:

  • This report is the same as the ‘Class Standards Progress Report,’ but pulls data specifically for the E-Rate standards only

 


DLA Dashboard

By accessing this tool, you can view data for classes where the exam for the Digital Literacy Assessment (DLA) has been assigned.

To view the report:

  • Select the ‘DLA Dashboard’ option in your list of available reports
  • Your Dashboard will open in a new tab
  • A detailed breakdown of the information available can be found here