Viewing the Student Progress report in Imagine MyPath

Note

This article applies to the following products:

  • Imagine MyPath
  • Imagine Purpose
  • Imagine Science Corner

The Student Progress report gives Teachers and Administrators access to recent and cumulative data related to a student's progress and performance in their learning path. There is a Current and Complete view as well as an Upcoming view, enabling you to easily see what students have been working on and what is coming up in their learning paths. You can also review detailed information about how a student performed on lesson activities and access lesson resources to support student learning in areas where they are struggling. Additionally, you can take action by marking lessons as passed/not passed or reassigning lessons to students.

 Note

The student must have a learning path in the selected subject on the Class Summary page in order for a Student Progress report to appear.

To access a student's progress report and view their learning path: 

  1. Log in to the Imagine MyPath suite.
  2. Teachers: Select a class on your Classes screen.
    Administrators with access to more than 1 school: Select a school first, then a class.teacher-select-class.png
  3. Click a student's name to view their Student Progress report.
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  4. Along the top of the report, view summary data from this week and the school year.
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    Metric Description
    Active Time
    (This Week)
    Total time the student has spent working in their learning path this week.
    Lessons Completed
    (This Week)
    Total number of lessons the student has completed this week.
    Learning Path Progress Progress the student has made in their learning path this school year, displayed as a percentage and fraction. Calculated by dividing the total number of lessons completed by the total number of lessons in the student's learning path.
    Total Active Time
    (School Year)
    The total time the student has been working in their learning path since the start of the school year.
  5. Toggle between students and subjects using the drop-down lists in the upper right. Export the current report as a CSV or PDF by clicking the cloud icon.
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The Current and Complete view of the Student Progress report

The Student Progress report has two views: Current and Complete and Upcoming. Current and Complete is the default view and lists the lessons a student has started and completed in their learning path. 

  1. Use the Search Lesson field or filters to narrow down the list of lessons.
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    Filter Description
    Domain The domains covered by the lessons. For example, the following domains appear for this student: 
    Grade The lesson grade level
    Status The lesson status: In Progress, Passed, or Not Passed
  2. If desired, sort by Score, Active Time, or Last Modified date.
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    Column Description
    Score The average score the student received on lesson activities. A score only appears when the lesson has been completed.
    Active Time The total time the student spent working on the lesson.
    Last Modified The date when the student last made progress in the lesson.
  3. Under the Edit column, you can mark a lesson as passed/not passed or reassign a lesson to the student. In-progress and completed lessons can be marked as passed or not passed. Only completed lessons can be reassigned.
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    Option Description
    Mark As Passed Mark as passed if the student has demonstrated mastery, like during a small-group session. This will assign a score of 100%.
    Mark As Not Passed Mark as not passed if the student has not shown mastery yet but you want the student to move on. This will assign a score of 0%.
    Reassign Lesson Reassign the lesson if the student would benefit from an additional attempt.
  4. Click a lesson name to view the lesson details, access resources to support the student's learning, and review the student's responses to questions in the lesson.
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    The top portion of the page displays: 
    A. Lesson details, including the lesson overview, domain, and standards.
    B. Offline resources, like worksheets, which can be used as reteaching tools.
    C. Lesson activity table, which shows the student's scores on mastery checks, as well as their active time and when they completed or last modified each activity.
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    At the bottom of the page, you can see how the student answered the questions in the current activity.
    A. Use the drop-down list in the upper left to navigate to other activities in the lesson.
    B. Click a number to go to another question in the current activity.
    C. Incorrect student responses are shown in red. The correct answer is also provided.
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The Upcoming view of the Student Progress report

The Upcoming view displays the upcoming lessons in a student's learning path. The lessons are listed in the order the student will receive them, with the top lesson being next in line for the student.

  1. Use the Search Lesson field or Domain and Grade filters to narrow down the list of future lessons.

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  2. Under the Edit column, you can mark a lesson as passed or not passed.
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    Option Description
    Mark As Passed Mark as passed if the student has demonstrated mastery, like during a small-group session. This will assign a score of 100%.
    Mark As Not Passed Mark as not passed if the student has not shown mastery yet, but you want the student to skip the lesson. This will assign a score of 0%.

     Note

    Reassigned lessons are indicated as such and show the date they were reassigned. The reassigned lesson will appear under Upcoming Lessons until the student has started the lesson.
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  3. Click a lesson name to preview the lesson and access offline resources.
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    At the top of the page, view the lesson overview, domain, standards, and resources. Click a resource name to preview it, or click the download icon to save it to your device. The guided notes are available for Grade 6-12 lessons and are intended to be used by students during instructional activities.
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    Scroll down to preview the lesson.
    A. Use the drop-down list to navigate to other activities in the lesson.
    B. Click a number to go to another question in the current activity.
    C. The correct answers are shown in gray.
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