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Reports. Let us be your guide.

The Reports area of Mathletics is a hugely powerful tool for teachers and administrators. From a single screen, powerful diagnostic and results data is available with just a few clicks. From tracking individual student progress to a whole-school snapshot, Reports puts key data right where you need it – at your fingertips.

Whether you are a new or regular user, we’re here to help you get the most from Reports.

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1.  Generate your report

The Reports area can be accessed via your Mathletics Teacher Console. Data can be displayed in a number of different ways. 

  • Individual student view

  • Whole class view

  • All classes for a teacher  (administrators only)

  • Whole year/grade view  (administrators only)

  • Whole school view  (administrators only)

To get started, simply select the student/class/classes you wish to view – along with a date range – from the menus at the top of the screen.

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2A.  Read your report:  “Mastery”

Regardless of the data view you choose, the screen layout remains constant, split into five main data panels. The largest is the main left-hand panel. By default, this reports on students’ Progress to Mastery.

  • As students complete curriculum activities within their course, their progress bar will expand across the table. In the example shown, each student in this class has 139 activities available to them within their course.

  • Dependant on the students’ scores, activities are counted within the red, blue or gold segment of the progress bar.

  • A fully gold progress bar indicates complete mastery of the course. The number of activities mastered so far is shown on the left of the bar.

  • TOP TIP: Click any student’s progress bar to see a full breakdown by activity.

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2B.  Read your report:  “Participation” and “Live” 

Also available within the main left-hand panel, is a summary of participation for each student, as well as data from their time in Live Mathletics. To view this, simply slide the menu selector at the top of the panel.

  • In the Participation view, data is displayed by student – showing points earned in the Mathletics curriculum area and the Live game – within the timeframe you have requested for the report.

  • Details on the numbers of certificates earned are also displayed.

  • The Live Mathletics panel displays data on students’ accuracy and results across the game’s ten levels.

  • TOP TIP: All columns can be sorted into order, by clicking the column title.

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2C.  Read your report:  “Improvement”

When viewing a report at an individual student level, hugely powerful data is available to track the longitudinal improvement across a single curriculum area.

  • In the main left-hand data panel, slide the menu bar to “Participation”.

  • If you are viewing a report for a whole class, click an individual student’s name. This will display all curriculum activities completed by the student within the selected timeframe.

  • The most recent score in each activity is displayed.

  • For activities that have been completed more than once, an overall improvement statistic is also available, alongside a red or green arrow.

  • TOP TIP: All columns can be sorted into order, by clicking the column title.

2D.  Read your report:  “Strengths/Weaknesses”

Regardless of the level of data you choose (student view/class view etc), the screen layout remains constant. The right-hand side of the screen includes a hugely powerful diagnostic panel – highlighting Strengths and Weaknesses across one or a number of students.

  • Strengths and weaknesses are be automatically diagnosed and calculated based on real-time results data.

  • Data displayed in the table relates only to the student or students included in your report. For example, a whole-class report or an individual student report.

  • Strengths and weakness can be viewed in the context of an entire curriculum topic, or an individual activity.

  • TOP TIP: When viewing Strengths/Weaknesses at a student or class level, simply click any identify activity to assign it directly to one or more students – instantly targeting identified learning gaps right across your class.

3.  Print your reportGuide - Reports - 4

Need a paper copy of a report? Not a problem. 

  • Print-ready reports are currently available for “student”, “class”, “year/grade” and “whole school” views.

  • Simply generate the report you wish to print, ensuring the student/class data and timeframe are correct on screen for your requirements.

  • Click the PRINT icon at the top of the screen. Your report will download automatically to your computer in PDF format for easy printing/saving.

  • The printed reports also include a useful “comments” section – ideal for your own notes, or for parent communication.

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    TOP TIP:  Target weaker areas. Within the “Activity Mastery” panel, when viewing a single student’s data, any activity can be clicked on to assign that task for a student to complete.

    TOP TIP:  Create your own Hall of Fame. Within the “Participation” panel, all data columns can be sorted into order – great for viewing top scoring/most improved students.

    TOP TIP:  All data in Reports is live. Click the “Refresh” button in blue menu bar at any time to include any data from activities your students have just completed, in real time.

    TOP TIP:  Track your students’ results across the levels of Live Mathletics using the panel bottom-right of the screen. Compare with national and global averages.

    TOP TIP: View strengths & weaknesses for a student/class (dependent on the view selected) using the panel top-right of the screen. This is hugely powerful as a diagnostic aid.

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    Reports FAQs

    How can I view live reports on my students’ progress?

    The Mathletics Reports portal for teachers and administrators provides all the data you could need to track results, participation, time online and improvement data - at a student, class, year/grade or school level. It can be accessed via the REPORTS icon in the main Teacher Console dashboard.

    What do the red, blue and gold bars in Mathletics Reports mean?

    Mathletics Reports include a panel of data that illustrates students' progress through their course. We call this their "Progress to Mastery". As students complete activities within their course, their progress bar will expand across the screen within your Reports interface. The total number of activities available to the student is shown on the right of the table. Dependant on the students' score in each activity it will be represented in the progress bar as either a red, blue or gold segment (breakdown shown below). The goal for students is to reach a stage where they have completed (and mastered) all activities in their course - achieving a fully gold bar in your Report interface.

    • Results of <50% = red
    • Results of 51%-84% = blue
    • Results of >85% = gold

    How can I view a summary of my class’ weekly participation?

    Head over to the Mathletics Reports area, accessible from the main Teacher console dashboard.

    1. Ensure your class is selected in the main top dropdown menu, along with "This Week" in the menu top-right of the screen.
    2. In the main data panel on the right of the screen, slide the top menu selector to "Participation".
    3. All students in the class will be displayed, along with their data from this week.
    4. Columns in this table can be sorted into order by clicking the column header.

    How can I view improvement statistics?

    Head over to the Mathletics Reports area, accessible from the main Teacher console dashboard.

    1. Ensure your class is selected in the main top dropdown menu, along with "This Week" in the menu top-right of the screen.
    2. In the main data panel on the right of the screen, click the name of the student you wish to view improvement data for.
    3. Slide the menu selector above the data table to "Participation".
    4. All activities completed by the student, within the timeframe you have specified, will be displayed.
    5. For all activities completed more than once, an additional "improvement" statistic is included along with a green or red arrow.
    6. All columns in this data table can be sorted into order by clicking the column header.

    How can I view reports at a whole-school level?

    Individual teacher access provides reporting for the students and classes of that particular teacher only. Administrator access to Mathletics gives visibility to all data from the entire school - all classes, all teachers. To access this level of Mathletics, you will require the Admin username and password for your school's subscription. If you school's Mathletics co-ordinator does not have this, your Mathletics account manager will be pleased to help.

    How can I print a report?

    • Print-ready reports are currently available for "student", "class", "year/grade" and "whole school" views.
    • Simply generate the report you wish to print, ensuring the student/class data and timeframe are correct on screen for your requirements.
    • Click the PRINT icon at the top of the screen. Your report will download automatically to your computer in PDF format for easy printing/saving.
    • TOP TIP: The printed reports also include a useful "comments" section - ideal for your own notes, or for parent/teacher communication.

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