Track Student Work
On the Track Student Work page, you can see the status of your assignments and assessments (complete, in progress, etc.) and what action you need to take (such as scoring or review).
You can get to this page from the Reading Dashboard (on the Home page under Dashboards and Reporting).
Selecting the Assignments, Students, Time Period and Star Scale
To start, choose what you want to see:
- First, choose the assignments that you want to see.
In the window that opens, you can choose which assignments you want to include in the view.
Although many selections are available, this dashboard is used mainly to show Accelerated Reader book and article quizzes:
- Book Quizzes: Choose Practice, then Accelerated Reader; you can choose Reading Practice, Literacy Skills and Vocabulary Practice Quizzes.
- Article Quizzes: Select Practice, then Accelerated Reader 360 Instructional Practice, and then Read and Quiz Assignment to see student results for the Accelerated Reader article quizzes that students read and take quizzes for.
Review the selected assignments at the top of the page. If you want to remove any, select the x as shown below.
When you have finished selecting assignments that you want to see results for, select Apply.
Next, choose the students for whom you want to view data.
In the columns that open, find and choose the students whose data you want to see.
School-network-level personnel (or the program administrator) will typically be asked to choose the school, teacher, class or group and then the students. School administrators and non-teaching staff are typically asked to choose a teacher, class or group and students. Teachers are typically asked to choose the class or group and students.
In the last column, first choose whether to see data for all students in the class or to select the students. If you choose to select students, tick the box for each student that you want to include in the data.
When you have finished, select Apply.
Next, choose the timeframe to view data for. For Accelerated Reader book and article quizzes, select School Year.
The groups that are available are custom groups that you have added for Dashboards.
To add custom groups to the class (or to change groups that you have set up), select Manage Groups in the top right corner of the page.
In the Classes and Groups column, you will see the class listed, and then each group for a class. For example, if Class A has custom groups set up named Blue Group and Green Group, you would see Class A listed alone, then Class A - Blue Group and Class A - Green Group.
The last drop-down list lets you choose the scale for the scores that are shown. This does not apply to Accelerated Reader quiz data.
Viewing Lesson Plan Data
In the Lesson Plans table, to see results for Reading Practice, Literacy Skills and Vocabulary Practice Quizzes, look for the plan named "AR 360 Independent Practice". The Start Date is the beginning of the school year for these quizzes. Since these quizzes are not assigned to students and students choose to take them, the Upcoming and Ready columns will have no numbers. The Started column will show you if any students have unfinished quizzes that they need to complete. The Needs Scoring column will also be empty since quizzes are scored automatically. The final column (Scored), shows how many AR Independent Reading Quizzes have been taken.
If you click the arrow next to "AR 360 Independent Practice", you can see the students in the selected class. To see the Review Student Results view for a student or the class, select the number in the Scored column and choose Results.
If you select a student's name, you can see a list of the quizzes the student has taken (including article quizzes and quizzes from previous school years), the date of each (Last Action), the status (Complete or Started) and the scores for completed quizzes. (If you select the Complete status, you have the option to transfer a student's quiz record to another student if the quiz was taken with the wrong user name and password.) In the example below, Charles has completed four Reading Practice Quizzes, two Literacy Skills Quizzes, two Vocabulary Practice Quizzes and two Vocabulary Review Quizzes. The quizzes have been scored automatically.
If you select "AR 360 Independent Practice" instead of expanding it as described above, you will see a list of the quizzes that students in the selected class have taken. You can select the arrow next to a quiz to list the students who have taken it. (If you click the student's name, you can see the student's status for the assignments and scores for complete assignments.)
If you click the quiz name, you can then see the date of each student's quiz (last action) and each student's quiz score. (You can select a score and choose to transfer it to another student if necessary. Quizzes that are shown as In Progress are unfinished quizzes.)
Each time you click on a plan, quiz name or student's name, you will see a link just above the table on the new view that will take you back to the previous one.
You can click the heading of any column in the views described below to sort the tables by that column.
For article quizzes, use the plan named "AR 360 Instructional Practice Plan" instead of the "AR 360 Independent Practice Plan". When you expand or select that plan, you will see information about the articles students have read and the article quizzes the students have taken.
Viewing Skills and Resources
To find resources to use for instruction for the selected students, select View Skills & Resources in the top-right corner of the page. (This button is not available if you have selected a group that was created in Star.)
You will go to Planner Trial, where you can choose skills and resources and preview them as needed.
For more information, click the help link (?) on the Planner Trial page that opens.
Generating a PDF of the Page to Print or Save
Click the PDF icon at the top of the page to generate a PDF file. You can then print or save the file.
Select the graph icon at the top of the page to go back to the Navigator and choose a different view (Review Student Results).