mathfacts-in-a-flash

Student Progress Report

The Student Progress Report details a student's accuracy and speed on a single level and progress towards a benchmark (if benchmarks are used).

This report is a combination of text, graphs, and tables. What you see on the report depends on where the student is in the program, what the student has worked on, and what levels the student may have mastered.

This report shows

  • the name of the student, class, and teacher
  • the student's grade
  • the level you selected for the report (current level or a specific level)
  • the mastery time target for the level
  • the date of the last test the student completed at that level
  • graphs showing the student's test accuracy and time scores
  • a list of the levels the student has mastered, the date each was mastered, the mastery time goal, best time, and date of best time
  • signature lines and comment spaces for both the teacher and parent/guardian

Teachers can print the report for their students. Administrators can print it for any students in the schools that they have access to.

This report can also be generated from the Assignment Book.

When you print the report, you can customize these options:

  • which students or classes to include
  • which reporting parameter group to use, if any (this allows you to include students by school enrollment date, ethnicity, gender, language, characteristics, and/or grade)
  • whether to show student IDs on reports
  • whether to include a graph for the current level (or a level that you select), and whether to include a graph of the levels mastered
  • If you check the first box, you will see the Test Accuracy Graph (number correct) and Test Time Graph (in seconds).

    If you check the second box, as the student masters levels, you will see the Levels Mastered Graph, which plots the Levels Mastered, Benchmark Targets, and Benchmark Level Achieved information.

    If the student masters more than one level in a day, only the highest level will be shown in the graphs. All mastered levels will appear in the table.

  • whether to sort students by level or by date mastered

Select Students

Choose the classes or students to include. The classes that are available are based on your position; you may be able to include one (or all) of your classes or one (or all) of the classes at your school. By default, all of your MathFacts in a Flash classes will be in the report.

To select an individual class, select the drop-down list and choose one of the classes in the list.

To select more than one class, select Classes. Then, check the box next to each class that you want to include. To select all of the classes in a column, check the Class box at the top of the column. When you're done, select Save Selection.

To select specific students, select Students. Then, check the box next to each student you want to include. To select all of the students in a column, check the Student box at the top of the column. When you're done, select Save Selection.

Reporting Parameter Group

Reporting parameter groups allow you to include only those students who meet certain criteria. Select the drop-down list and choose a group that you have created. The default is All Demographics, which includes students from all the demographic groups.

If the group that you want is not in the list, select Create New or Edit Selected. When you do this, you can create or change groups based on students' enrollment date, ethnicity, gender, language, characteristics, and/or grade.

Show Student ID

Choose whether to include the students' IDs in the report (Yes or No).

Show Graph

The Student Progress Report is a combination of text, graphs, and tables. What you see on the report depends on where the student is in the program, what the student has worked on, and what levels the student may have mastered. By default, both Current Level and Levels Mastered are checked. Use the drop-down list to select the student's Current Level (default) or any other available level.

If a student is working on a level, you will see the Test Accuracy Graph (Number Correct) and Test Time Graph (in seconds). As the student masters levels, you will see the Levels Mastered Graph, which plots the Levels Mastered, Benchmark Targets, and Benchmark Level Achieved information. If the student masters more than one level in a day, only the highest level will be shown in the graphs. If the student masters both a Benchmark level and a regular level on the same day, both will be shown in the graphs. All mastered levels will appear in the table.

Sort By

To sort the report information by level, select Level. This is the default setting. To sort the report information by the date the student masters a level, select Date Mastered.

After Selecting the Options

To generate the report, select View Report.

To choose a different report, select Cancel.