Viewing students' assignment data in Imagine MyPath

From the Assignment Summary page in Imagine MyPath, you can not only edit an assignment, but also view each student's progress, time spent on the task, and performance toward lesson mastery. You can also view each answer choice a student selected and whether it was right or wrong.


Data from teacher-assigned assignments is only available within the Assignment Builder tool; it does not also display in reports. Reports within Imagine MyPath only contain data from students' automated learning paths.

 To view students' assignment data:

  1. Log in to the Imagine MyPath suite.
  2. Choose Assignment Builder on the left navigation pane.
  3. Select an assignment card on the Assigned tab to open the Assignment Summary page for that assignment. 

  4. The Assignment Summary page opens with student data in a table at the bottom of the page. Each lesson has a header in an alternating shade of blue to help differentiate between lessons. In this example, the lesson called Understand Prefixes is in the lighter blue header and the lesson called Understand Suffixes is in the darker blue header. 
  5. Click the paper icon in the top of a lesson header to view the lesson details and resources. 

    The lesson's overview, its associated domain and standards, and links to PDF lesson resources open in a pop-up window. The teacher version of the worksheet contains the answer key.
  6. Students who require attention, such as those who have not started the assignment or have not passed the mastery check, are listed at the top of the table by default and have a yellow exclamation point by their name. You can sort the Students, Progress, or Active Time column(s) using the arrows if you want the information to display in a different order.
  7. Use the key at the top of the table to understand the color-coding of the chart. Click into a box with a checkmark or a percentage score to see the student's responses.

    In this example, the mastery check opened to the last question and we can tell from the green checkmark that Amelia answered question 5 correctly. The answer choices are at the bottom of the window; the correct answer is outlined in green.
  8. Click on a different question number to navigate to the student's response to that question. When a student's answer is incorrect, their response is in red and the correct answer is listed at the bottom of the page.
  9. Use the drop-down arrow to navigate to a different portion of the lesson.