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I would like the option to see student scores even if the assignment is not complete and which questions they got right or wrong .1 voteCompleted · AdminMosaic Adaptive Academic Learning Team (Mosaic Adaptive Academic Learning Team, ScootPad) responded
In the activity report, you can now see tasks in progress, including questions already answered. Thanks for the suggestion!
Our teaching team loves the new 2.0 Practice on ELA and math, but the reports need an overhaul! We especially love the Practice Insights by Student for 1.0 and the Mastery Reports for 1.0...we feel they're much quicker to digest, and students understand what they're looking at too.
We love data, so the more kinds of reports for 2.0, the better!1 voteCompleted · AdminMosaic Adaptive Academic Learning Team (Mosaic Adaptive Academic Learning Team, ScootPad) responded
You asked for it and we have delivered! Lots of reports are available for you to slice and dice your data any way you’d like :)
Thanks for your support!
Are you planning an export feature to excel for the mastery grid data in Reports 2.04 votesCompleted · AdminMosaic Adaptive Academic Learning Team (Mosaic Adaptive Academic Learning Team, ScootPad) responded
Thanks for the suggestion! Now you can easily hit the copy button where you can paste the mastery grid into excel! Check out the blog post here (https://blog.scootpad.com/2017/11/22/improvements-to-coins-and-reports/)
Thanks for your support :)
There needs to be a real-time report that shows how long students have been on a subject, what screen they're on, what subject they're on (or what ScootPad screen) and time duration. Our teachers need this to monitor their work habits during intervention. There's an activity report currently, but that's not real-time.3 votes
Hi there! Check out the new “in progress” real time activity displayed in the activity report for 2.0! This is super exciting because you can see details in order to intervene! Thanks for your support!
The drag and drop feature is not easy to use on the assessment section. Make the drop box larger or just a click select feature.1 vote
Thanks for the great suggestion! We have fixed this and now the drop box is larger to accommodate what is dragged into it. It will also follow you as your page elongates!
Thanks for the support!
Provide a Usage Report that documents time spent over a given time period regardless of whether assignment or practice set was completed.
Currently, teachers only see minutes spent/problems completed when the assignment/practice set has been completed. If a student works slowly, their usage may not always show up. For example, if a teacher assigns 15 mins/week for homework - and the student does not complete all 20 questions in that time but did work for the 15 minutes and got 14 questions finished, there is no record of that to the teacher. It makes it hard for teachers to hold students accountable for that 15 minutes/week.5 votes
Thanks for your patience! In the student activity report, you can now see tasks in progress even if it is beyond the due date. This will allow you to see items the student already answered and how much time has been spent ! Thanks for being rockstars and using ScootPad!
I would love to be able to print out a report that contains BOTH Math and ELA progress, rather than print each report individually.7 votes
With the release of the new reports, the dashboards have both Math and ELA progress. Thank you for the wonderful suggestion and support!
Would love to see an end of year student report that includes username and password so that we can print it and put in student's cum folders for next years teachers. That would make it easier to transfer them to your room for that year.
Sharon Ussery4 votes
Thanks for the feedback! The student mastery report is a report that can be printed year over year. The teacher can choose to print it and display only the current class or all classes the student has been in. This will allow for a longitudinal view for anyone to review. While the student username and password is not on there, this is a very useful resource. Keep in mind that a student password, and perhaps username, can change at any time at the discretion of the admin. Therefore, this may not be super useful going into the next year. Let us know if you have further questions!
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