If you've visited the Math Reports section of your teacher dashboard lately, you may have noticed some changes! You now have access to four new reports to help you track your students' progress.
Why new Math Reports?
In every classroom, there are students working at many different levels. As a teacher, you need to be able to zero in on areas where your students could use extra help and instruction, but you only have so many hours in the week!
Freckle's new Math Reports make it easy to see at a glance how your students are doing—at both the class level and the individual level. They're a streamlined way for you to determine which standards to focus on with your classes, and they help you track your students' growth throughout the school year.
Note: If you used to use the old math reports, check out this guide to transitioning over to the new reports!
Report Cards let you see each student's individual math performance by domain. The report includes students' progress by domain, grade levels grown, assignments completed, and more. You can also view a report card summary for each of your classes.
The Standards Report shows your class's performance on specific standards so you can focus your teaching on areas where students need the most help. The report indicates what percentage of the class scored under 50%, between 50% and 80%, and above 80% on each standard. You can view standards in all domains, or you can narrow it down to specific domains.
Class Grouping Report
This report automatically places students into groups according to their level in each domain. This allows you to quickly assign teams or partners for group work in the classroom. You can select to group students at the same level or in mixed levels.
This report tracks student growth across the assessments you've assigned. You can view the data by student, by domain, or by standard. Within each domain and standard, you can expand the rows to see how each student performed.
We hope you'll enjoy using these new reports!
If you'd like to learn more about how to use the reports in your classroom, you can watch a 30-minute recorded training session here.