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How to View Reports (Faculty and Specialists)

Faculty and Specialists can follow these steps to access, customize, and generate reports to view students' data.

The reports in myON measure student reading activity and growth and content popularity and usage.

  1. From the teacher dashboard (main page), click Classroom, then Reports. You will see several Reports to choose from, with each one focusing on different and complimentary metrics. In this example, we will look at the Core Report, which is the most comprehensive report in myON.
  2. Choose the Scope. The options that are available depend on the report you have selected.
  3. Reports Scope Options Available What the Options Do
    Core Report

    Quizzes Report

    Reading Habits

    Reading Details

    On-Target Lexile Reading

    Lexiles

    News Reading

    My Students Includes every student in your roster. Shows each student’s specific data.
    Students in Group Includes every student in the group that you select. Shows each student’s specific data.
    My Groups Gives you totals or averages (depending on the metric) for each group you created. Only group data is shown, not individual student data.
    Timeline Report

    Most Popular Books

    Most Popular Categories

    News Content

    My Students Includes overall data for all students on your roster (not individual student data) for each day, book, category, or news article (depending on the report).
    Student Includes data for the individual student you select for each day, book, category, or news article (depending on the report).
    Students in Group/My Groups Includes overall data for all students in the selected group (not individual student data) for each day, book, category, or news article (depending on the report).
    Extended User Activity My Students Includes every student on your roster. Shows each student’s specific data.
    Students in Group Includes every student in the group that you select. Shows each student’s specific data.

  4. Select a Date Range for the report if necessary. Note: It can take 24 – 48 hours for all reading data to matriculate successfully into reports. This is due to a number of reasons, including offline data that uploads regularly from students using the app.
  5. Click Run Report on the right side of the page.
  6. The first thing you will see is a Summary for the report. In the top right corner of the Summary box, use the drop-down list (if available) to choose a different visualization of the report, which may allow you to see different data. The options that are available depend on the report that you are viewing.
  7. Below that, you will see the report itself. You can customize how the data is displayed on the report. For reports with goals, use the drop-down list to choose whether to see and set your goals or to see goals set by others; click here for more information about goals. Click column headers to sort the report by the data in the selected column. The example below shows the Core Report.

  8. To download the report as a .csv file, click Download Report in the bottom left corner of the page. The .csv file will include the body of the report, but not the Summary data at the top of the page.

For more information about the reports, see What Type of Data is Shown on Each Report?.