How to Use the Publication Report

Previously called the Classroom Report

The Publication Report shows each student’s progress for the selected publication in a classroom. An updated report will be available every 15 minutes. 

From your Studies Weekly Online account and within the desired Classroom Card:

  1. Click Reports.                          
  2. Under Publication Report, select a publication.

Click the Print button below the publication dropdown, to save or share the report. 

Click any column header to sort the rows by that category. If your screen size doesn’t show all of the columns, use the scroll bar under the report to see more columns.

  • Average Assessment Score: Shows the student’s average score on weekly assessments (created by Studies Weekly) in the selected publication for this classroom.
  • Average Rubric Score: For publications that contain Rubric(s), the student’s average score will be shown. this column will not appear is there are no rubrics in the publication.
  • Number of Assessments Taken: Shows how many weekly assessments (created by Studies Weekly) the student has taken in the publication in this classroom.
  • Highlights: Shows the total number of highlights the student has made across the publication in this classroom.
  • Crosswords: Shows the number of crosswords the student has completed in the publication in this classroom.
  • Misspilled: Shows the time the student took on their most recent attempt of a Misspilled vocabulary review within this publication in this classroom.
  • Activities Submitted: Shows the number of activities the student has submitted in the publication in this classroom.*
  • Article Comprehension Questions Answered: Shows the number of article questions the student has answered in the publication in this classroom.
  • Explore More Media Questions Answered: Shows the number of Explore More media questions the student has answered in the publication in this classroom.
  • Customized Content Questions Answered: Shows the number of Customized Content questions the student has answered in this classroom.
  • Customized Content Score: Shows the student’s average score on graded  Customized Content in this classroom. 

*Activity pages are labeled as “Activity” on the Table of Contents page:

 

Individual Student reports 

Click a student name to view individual student reports. Each week of the selected publication will be shown with the same columns as the class view.  (Loading times will vary) Use the buttons or scroll bar to access the Assessment Overview and Comprehension Progress below the week chart.

The Assessment Overview graphs the student assessment score for each week. Hovering over a score dot will show the student’s score for that week.

 Note

The line will only be present when sequential weeks are completed.

 

The Comprehension Progress graph will show the total percentage of Article Questions, Explore More Media Questions, and Activity Questions answered by the student, regardless of the number of times it took the student to correctly answer them. Some questions need to be graded by the teacher.

Article Questions are comprehension questions at the bottom of an article. Some articles do not have article comprehension questions.

Explore More Media Questions are comprehension questions found in the Explore More Media section at the bottom of some articles. Some articles do not have Explore More Media.

Activity Questions are questions for Activities, as identified on the Table of Contents. Some activities will need to be completed offline.

 

The Rubric Scores graph will show the students exact scores for the week when you hover over the orange bars.

To return to the Publication Report clickat the top of the page.

Printing the Publication Report

Before printing, teachers may need to edit the Rows per page option if not all the students in the class are visible. In the bottom right corner of the screen, click the down arrow to expand the number of students visible.

To learn about other reports, see the Reports section of the Help Center.