Editing student accounts (including language support) in MyPath

Note

This article applies to the following products:

  • Imagine MyPath
  • Imagine Purpose
  • Imagine Science Corner

Educators can modify student settings, view the classes in which students are enrolled, and view the Student Progress Report by accessing a student's profile from Student Placement or Student Roster.

To access a student's profile:

Log in to the Imagine MyPath suite.

Teachers School Admins (One School) School Admins (2+ Schools), District Admins
  1. Select a class on the Classes page.
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  2. Choose Student Placement or Student Roster in the upper navigation.
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Continue with clicking a student's name:

Settings Classes Student Progress

Click Edit in the appropriate section to update a student's settings, then click Save.

 Note

Teachers have view-only access to the username.

Edit Student Profile

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Edit Student Details

You can add or remove an NWEA or Renaissance ID. However, the External ID, if applicable, is view only. 

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Student Settings

Student tools Educators can enable: 

Student Tool Description
Text-to-Speech Enables students to have test instructional and assessment content read to them.
Language Translation Tools Translates written instructional and assessment content for the subject. Available languages may vary.
Individual Education Plan (IEP)

Enable to include in reporting.

English Language Learner (ELL)

Enable to include in reporting.

Spanish Language

Grades K-5 students receive Math lessons, the MyPath Math Assessment, and Science lessons in Spanish. Only MyPath Math K-5 provides Spanish language videos.

MyPath Assessment

Students are prompted to take the MyPath Assessment for Math and/or Reading upon first logging into the system to be placed in a learning path. This assessment must be enabled at the district/school level before turning off at the student level. View the assessment schedule to identify how often the student is required to take the assessment. 

First Language Native or primary language communicated and understood, and typically forms the foundation of linguistic and cognitive development. 

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