The Problems We IdentifiedTeachers need to adjust use of their instructional time based on clear, convincing data. It is critical for teachers to know when a student is having difficulty learning a specific skill.
How This Report HelpsIn one convenient table, this report shows you every single math topic where students are not making adequate progress. In particular, when the students are identified as struggling, the teacher needs to take action, most likely with some one-on-one time or small group instruction.
What to do with this dataIf the students are having difficulty, but not yet struggling, it is OK to initially take no action at all. Sometimes students overcome their challenges completely on their own, which breeds confidence. When we indicate that a student is struggling, however, we find it unlikely that the student will succeed unless you intervene.
How to Access this ReportAs a teacher, click on Track Progress, and if prompted, select a class. In the sidebar area, scroll down below the student names and click on the link in the Trouble Report section.
As the admin, click on Students, then View Progress. Select a class or grade level. In the sidebar area, scroll down below the student names and click on the link in the Trouble Report section.
By the WayOrdinarily, the student names would be intuitive, but they were renamed to protect the privacy of the customer.
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