To see the status of students' subskill work and assignments, select Progress Dashboard at the top of any Accelerated Math page. Then, select View Assignments below the progress chart for the group that you are interested in.
Each of the students' assigned subskills is represented by a column in the table. If you select the number at the top of a column, you can see a description of the assigned subskill as shown below.
In the example above, the assignment represents all work done for a subskill. This might include more than one practice and at least one test. To see the work that a student has done on a the subskill, select the square. You will see a popup like the one below. When you are done reading the information, close the popup.
The color of a square and symbols within the square show you each student's status for each assignment:
- A white (blank) square means there is no activity, or the subskill is available to be started when previous work is done.
- A dark green square shows you that the student has finished all work on the subskill. The student has successfully passed practices and tests for the subskill.
- A light green square shows you that the student has passed practice on the subskill but has not taken a test yet.
- A gray square with a P in a circle shows you that the student is working on a practice now that has not been scored.
- A light green square with a T in a square shows you that the student is working on a test now that has not been scored for this subskill.
- A square with a red triangle and exclamation point shows you that the student has done work for the subskill but has not scored well enough to continue (Intervene). If the student was practicing, the student did not score at least 5 out of 6 on three practice assignments; if the student was taking a test, the student did not score at least 4 out of 5. Select the square to see scores and assignment options for the student. After working with the student, you can generate a practice or test for this subskill.
- An exclamation point shows you that the student is ready for a new test. If the assigned subskill has been marked "Intervene," the student has practiced the subskill again and has passed the practice, so the student is now ready for a new test. If the subskill was not marked Intervene, but the student's test was deleted, this shows that the student is ready to receive a new test.
Note: Remember that the first practice assignment in an Assignment Plan must be generated by the teacher; select Start Assignment Cycle at the top of the page to do this. (You also use this button to generate work for new students who join the class or groups or who have had their active work deleted.) After the first practice, the students' next practice will be generated automatically. Tests must also be generated manually; to generate a test for all students, check the box next to each assignment number that you want to include on the test; then, select Generate Test above the table.