Student Record Report
The Student Record Report shows a history of each student's work on assigned objectives. It includes this information:
Information about objectives the student is working on. This section includes the library objective code, the date the student was ready to take tests on the objective, the dates on which tests have been scored (completed), and the average score (percent correct) on the practices, tests, and diagnostic tests for this objective. (Average scores for exercises may also be shown.) The scores include the number of problems the student answered correctly and the number of problems the student attempted. For example, if a practice column shows "80 8/10" for a student, the student's average score on practices for this objective was 80%, and the student answered 8 of 10 problems correctly.
This section of the report appears for students who have objectives marked Intervene () because the student's work has indicated problems. (More about Intervene.) The section includes the library objective code, the date on which Accelerated Math detected a need for intervention, the type of problems the student was working on for the objective (practice, test, or review), and the average percent correct on the last practice for the objective and regular test and review problems for the objective. (Exercise information may also be shown.)
This section includes the library objective code, the date on which the objectives were mastered, and the average percent and scores for practices, regular tests, diagnostic tests, and review problems. (Average scores for exercises may also be shown.)
When you print this report, you can choose the classes or students you want to include, whether to include data from groups (teachers can choose specific groups), whether to display group details separately from the class information, the reporting parameter group, the date range of the work included, and the maximum number of mastered objectives that will be shown on the report. You can also require a page break after each student and choose to include only mastered objectives, and you can print the report options you've selected on the report itself.
If you give parents or guardians the right to log in to the software, they can also view this report for their children. Parents can choose whether to include all objectives or some and whether to include all sections or just the Mastered Objectives section.