How to Navigate the Snapshot Report

*NOW AVAILABLE*

The Snapshot Report will show your student's statistics on questions and highlights within articles.

From your Studies Weekly Online account:

  1. Click Classes.
  2. Select the desired Classroom.
  3. Click Reports. (After Reports is clicked the gray navigation bar will be hidden to maximize screen space.)
  4. Click Snapshot Report.
  5. Use the dropdown boxes to Select Publication, Select Week, and Select Content.
  6. Select either Statistics or Highlights.

 Note

Statistics and Highlights can also be found after clicking into a week in the Table of Contents. 2_old_location.jpg

Statistics Highlights

The Statistics tab allows teachers to check student understanding and progress on article questions, activities, customized content, weekly assessments, Crossword and Misspilled.

The default view shows teachers their student list. It can be sorted by Name to see who has Not Taken (not completed) their comprehension questions and see Coins Earned/Coin Possible for the selected Content (chosen in the dropdown box).

Click each article comprehension question to see a bar graph of responses and how many attempts students’ took to get the correct answer. Attempts are numbered sequentially. 

*Two additional overviews are available within Statistics.

When selecting customized content, assessments, Crossword, and Misspilled from the Content dropdown. The Class Overview and the Student Score Overview.

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Class Overview

The Class Overview shows the percentile scores for the class in a bar chart. Hovering over each bar gives teachers the student count for that percentile range. Individual scores can also be found directly below the bar chart.

 

Student Score Overview

The Student Score Overview shows the score for each student in a bar chart. Hovering over each bar will give the number correct for that student. Individual student scores can also be found directly below the bar chart.

Teachers may view what the students have highlighted and annotated in each article. 

From the Highlights tab, you’ll see individual student highlights and total highlights for the class.

Each student in the classroom appears on the list. The colored circles located to the right of each student’s name show the number of highlights the student has made in that color for that article. Circles that are shaped like a conversation bubble indicate that the student has left notes for that highlighted section.

Click a colored circle for a student to show their highlights and notes.

Click a student name to show the list of all highlights in all colors made by that student.

Hover over color in the Total Class Highlights chart to see the number of total highlights for that color.

Click on the color in the Total Class Highlights chart to see a list of all students who highlighted text using that color and what they highlighted.

To return to the Highlight Report, click Back located above the purple header bar.