Your classroom reports page will give you an overview of your classroom activity and progress over the last 7 and 30 days. This will show you general trend data and can be used to help inform lesson plans and upcoming play sessions.
To view your classroom reports click "Reports" in the left hand menu
Then select the Grade and timeframe you would like to view by using the drop down. You have the option of viewing progress reports from the last 7 or 30 days
Below is a description of the reports you will see:
1) Problems Solved: Refers to the number of problems solved in the grade selected, over the time period selected.
2) Minutes played: Refers to the minutes played in the grade selected, over the time period selected. The arrow will indicate if this is an increase in the average time played overall.
3) Overall performance: Refers to your classes progress in the grade selected, over the time frame selected. The arrow will indicate if there has been an increase or decrease in the overall class average in the time period selected.
4) Class Performance: Will show you a count of your students in each performance section, over the time frame selected, based on the concept you have chosen from the drop down. The concepts available to choose will be based on the grade selected.
5) Class Learning Gaps: Will show you the number of students struggling in each subconcept, over the time frame selected. The subconcepts listed will be based on the concept selected in the "Class Performance" report
6) Class progress: Will show you the percentage of gameplay your students have completed, based on the grade you have selected from the top of the reports page. Current Progress shows the progress completed in the specific time period you have selected above.
7) Class Time Played: Will show you the total minutes played per day in the Grade selected over the time frame selected at the top of the page.
8) Class Activity: Will show you the number of levels completed by each student in the grade selected, over the time frame selected at the top of the page.