What data can I see on Report Cards?
Report Cards give teachers and parents an overview of how each pupil in the class is performing. By combining measures of recent performance and progress with measures of overall performance and progress, all key stakeholders will have direct insight into how to best meet the needs of each pupil.
The Maths Report Cards can be found by selecting "Reports" on the left sidebar of the teacher home.
At the first page of the Report Cards, teachers can see an overview for each of their class lists, which includes the learning level of each pupil, number of questions each pupil has answered today, number of questions each pupil has answered during the school year and the total lifetime coins each pupil has earned. All of these columns are sortable by selecting the header.
To look at a specific pupil's report card, select View Report Card next to the pupil's name.
The top of the individual report card provides teachers with valuable information regarding overall pupil performance. Teachers can quickly see how much pupils have been practising in Freckle, how much they have been growing and where they might want to focus on with the pupil.
The first tab of the report card shows how pupils have been doing per domain over time. This tab only includes data from Adaptive Practice. On it, teachers can identify which domains pupils might be struggling or stagnating in and highlight domains where pupils are improving. Teachers can also create a task for a specific domain directly from this report.
The second tab shows teachers specific growth information by domain. This tab also only pulls data from Adaptive Practice. For the selected time period, teachers can see how many years pupils have grown, where they started and where they are now. This allows teachers to set targets with their pupils and quickly check in with them on their progress.
The third tab shows teachers how much time the pupil has spent in Freckle. This tab will include data from all maths work (Tasks, Targeted and Adaptive Practice). Teachers can pinpoint how much time pupils are spending in each domain and identify any domains pupils in which pupils might be spending too much or not enough time. It also allows teachers to set time targets with pupils and check in on their progress towards those targets.
The fourth tab shows teachers pupil accuracy by domain. Teachers can identify how many questions pupils have answered in each domain and how many of those questions were answered correctly. This gives teachers a snapshot into what domains a pupil might need more guidance in.
The fifth tab shows teachers what objectives a pupil has been practising. This tab is particularly useful for objectives-based report cards. Teachers can see exactly what objectives pupils have practised and how they are performing. Teachers are also able to drill into a specific objective and see exactly what pupils did to practise that objective.
The last tab shows pupil progress on tasks. This allows teachers to see all of the incomplete tasks a pupil has, as well as see the results of completed tasks. Teachers can use this page to ensure pupils are up to date on their homework.
Sharing the report cards with Parents and Administrators
The report cards make sharing data with parents and administrators easier than ever. At the top of the report card summary page, select the printing options drop-down list (which shows Print All by default). You can then select the date range for which you would like to print.
You can also share a specific pupil's report card (with another teacher) or print a specific report card for a parent/teacher discussion or when parents/other educators are curious about the progress and/or performance of a particular pupil. Both of these options are available at the top right of an individual's report card.