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Printing Accelerated Maths Reports

Follow the steps below to generate Accelerated Maths reports that give you more information about your groups, classes, students and teachers as well as student work on Accelerated Maths objectives. To view and print these reports, you will need Adobe Reader. If you do not have Adobe Reader, you can click the Get Adobe Reader icon on the Reports page to go to a website where you can download Adobe Reader.

Who can do this with default capabilities?

School Network/RP Administrators, School Network Staff, School Administrators, School Staff and Teachers

  1. On the Home page, click Accelerated Maths, then Reports.
  2. On the Reports page, if you have access to more than one school, click the School drop-down list and choose the school for which you want to print reports. Only schools that have registered Accelerated Maths will be listed; if only one school is registered, the drop-down list will not be available.
  3. Click the report name on the Reports page.
  4. You will go to the Report Options page. Select the options for the report; then, click View Report.
  5. As the program generates your report, the Report Progress page will appear. When the report is ready, the report will appear in Adobe Reader, either within your browser window or in a separate window.
  6. You can save the report or print it by clicking one of the Adobe Reader buttons. If you try to use the browser's print function instead, only the top of the page will print. (In Adobe Reader X and XI, the Adobe Reader buttons may be hidden until you move the mouse over the bottom center of the document or press F8.)

    For reports that have custom options, you can click Customise this Report to go back and choose different custom options.

    To select another report, click Select a Different Report on the Accelerated Maths report page.

Note: When you generate reports, a .pdf file for each report may be stored on your computer, either in your Temporary Internet Files or your default download location. (On Macintosh computers, this location may be your computer's desktop.)