Weekly Progress Summary Reports (District Admins)

Highlights of the Weekly Progress Summary Reports:

  • A weekly progress summary that includes the number of students with work, the average amount of math time spent per student, the average lessons completed, and the year-to-date grade level lesson pass rate.
  • A quick view of the number of schools who are below and above grade level for time, lessons completed, and pass rate – all with drill-down capability.
  • A rolling 18-week snapshot of data and easily accessible historical reports

Reports included:

1. Student Enrollment: Once students are enrolled and able to do math, they're on their way to reaching several important milestones in Imagine Math. A student with work has completed at least one math action. A rising percentage in the meter indicates growth in the number of enrolled students using Imagine Math for the first time.

2. Students with Work: Students with work have completed at least one math action in Imagine Math during the week. The more work students do, the more likely they are to be self-motivated, engaged learners, especially as they are exposed to the motivational strategies of Imagine Math. The height of the bars indicates how many students have done work within a given week.

3. Math Time: While implementations vary, students should spend at least 45 minutes per week working in Imagine Math to maximize the impact on student achievement. Green bars indicate average math time at or above the 45 minute goal, while red bars indicate potential for improvement. Schools performing below goal should be targeted for follow-up.

4. Weekly Lessons Completed: While implementations vary, students should complete at least 2 lessons per week in Imagine Math in order to progress to key lesson completion benchmarks. Green bars indicate average lessons at or above the 2 lesson goal, while red bars indicate potential for improvement. Schools performing below goal should be targeted for follow-up.

5. Overall Lessons Completed: As students reach key lesson completion benchmarks, they are far enough into their individual learning pathway to be actively targeting areas of weakness, developing strong math understanding and cognitive thinking skills, and moving into grade-level work for some part of their time in Imagine Math. As more students appear in the 20+ and 30+ bars below, TTM is having a meaningful impact on a larger portion of students.

6. Overall Lesson Pass Rates: Students not ready for grade-level work are automatically assigned below grade-level lessons to prepare for success in on grade-level lessons. Students should pass 60% of their on grade-level lessons in order to maximize the impact on their achievement. A green meter indicates an on grade-level lesson pass rate at or above this goal, while a red meter indicates the potential for improvement. Schools performing below goal should be targeted for follow-up.

7. Total Math Helps: In the Imagine Math Guided Learning and Problem Solving activities, Math Help is available to assist students in building an understanding of math concepts. The blue line should rise steadily during the year as students use Math Help while completing their work.

8. Total Imagine Math Teacher Sessions: In the Imagine Math Guided Learning activity, Imagine Math Teachers are available to provide "just-in-time" instructional support. The blue line should rise steadily during the year as students interact with Imagine Math Teachers while completing their work.

 

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