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Student Progress Monitoring Report

Who can do this with default capabilities?

School Network Administrators, School Network Staff, School Administrators, School Staff, Teachers

The Student Progress Monitoring Report is used to identify students who are having difficulty reaching benchmarks. Once those students have been identified, you can begin to organise your intervention plan. Students who are not reaching a specific benchmark can be further divided into groups to help you focus your resources on the students who need the most help.

The Student Progress Monitoring Report will indicate if any students took a test using extended time limits, with a footnote explanation.

To get the most out of the Student Progress Monitoring Report, it is best to have intervention targets set for the students (click Set Targets for Progress Monitoring above the customisation options table).

Depending on the setting of the Lexile® Measures preference, you may see the Lexile® measure on the report as well.

There are three ways to print a Student Progress Monitoring Report; use whichever method you prefer, then go to step 1:

  1. Click STAR Reading on the Home page, then click Reports.
  2. Select your school from the School drop-down list, if necessary.
  3. Click Student Progress Monitoring on the Select Report page.
  1. Click STAR Reading on the Home page, then click Screening, Progress Monitoring & Intervention.

  2. If necessary, use the School drop-down list to choose your school.

  3. Click Progress Monitoring under "Reports" in the grey sidebar on the left side of the screen.
  1. Click STAR Reading on the Home page, then click Screening, Progress Monitoring & Intervention.

  2. Select the Progress Monitoring & Targets tab , and use the School drop-down list to choose a school, if necessary.

  3. In the Search for Student area of the screen , you can enter all or part of a student's name in the appropriate fields to use as search criteria, or you can enter the student's ID number. You may also use the Year or Class drop-down lists to narrow your search to students in a particular grade or class.

    For teachers who have had the Manage Screening, Progress Monitoring & Intervention capability removed, choosing All Classes from the Class drop-down list will only include students from their own classes.

  4. Click Search .
  5. A list of students matching your search criteria will be presented . Students who fit your search criteria but have not taken a test yet will have a dash shown in place of a PR score. Click the name of a student.
  6. On the Student Detail page, click Generate Progress Report .



    If you cannot click Generate Progress Report, it is because the student has taken only one test, so progress across tests cannot be shown.

  1. Select the options you want to customise for this report on the Report Options page. When you customise this report, you can choose these options:

    Use the drop-down list to choose all the students in a specific year, or click Students, Classes or Groups to choose specific students, classes or groups.

    "Groups" refers to groups of students that have been created specifically for reporting purposes.

    Teachers who have had the Manage Screening, Progress Monitoring & Intervention capability removed can only run this report for their own students.

    • When selecting specific students, you will see a checklist of all students enrolled in STAR Reading classes. Tick each student you want on the report, or tick the Student box at the top of the column to select all of them.
    • When selecting specific classes, you will see a checklist of all STAR Reading classes. Tick each class you want on the report, or tick the Class box at the top of the column to select all of them.
    • When selecting specific groups, you will see a checklist of all student groups in STAR Reading classes. Tick each group you want on the report, or tick the Group box at the top of the column to select all of them.

    Once the desired students, classes or groups have been selected and saved, you will return to the Report Options page.

    Reporting Parameter Group

    The Student Progress Monitoring Report shows data from a specific time period. You can use either a marking period that has been set up by a school network administrator/school administrator for your school or you can set your own range by choosing a starting and ending date.

    Choose whether or not to include student IDs on this report.

  2. Click View Report when you have finished choosing options.
  3. STAR Reading will generate the report. When it is ready, the report will open in Adobe Reader, or your default PDF reader.