Using the Skills Inventory (Student Progress report) in Imagine Español


The Imagine Español Skills Inventory provides Administrators and Teachers insight into which skills your assigned students are proficient in for each grade level. A student is proficient if they score between 75-100%, depending on the skill. A student is not proficient if they score below 75%, depending on the skill.

The data in the Skills Inventory is updated hourly and is available in English and Spanish. You can print the Skills Inventory for an individual student or an entire group. 

To view the Skills Inventory:

  1. Log in to Imagine Español
  2. If you are assigned to multiple groups, click the applicable group.
  3. At the bottom of the page, click on the name of the student whose Skills Inventory you wish to view.

  4. Select Progress from the drop-down menu at the top of the page.

  5. The report opens with a section for each grade level. If desired, change the filters at the top of the page. You can select a different date range, view the report in Spanish instead of English, or filter by a specific Skill Area.

    In this example, the View By field is kept at the default, Skill Area.

    The columns that display are as follows:
    Term/Field Description
    Skill Area The name of the skill area.
    Skills Learned/Attempted The number of skills the student mastered followed by the number of skills the student worked on.
    Proficient A list of the items for which the student demonstrated proficiency. In many cases, specific words will be listed in this column, but sometimes it will be a generic skill such as Main Idea
    Not Proficient A list of the items for which the student did not demonstrate proficiency. 
  6. If desired, change the View By toggle to Date. Results display with the oldest result at the top of each section of the report. 

    The columns that display are as follows:
    Column Description
    Date The date on which the student encountered the activity.
    Grade Level The grade level to which the activity corresponds.
    Lesson  The number of the lesson. You can use the lesson number to preview the lesson in the Lesson Explorer.
    Score A fraction showing the number of questions the student answered correctly divided by the total number of questions in that activity.
    Correct A list of the words or skills the student answered correctly. Example words include bosque, mosquito, and paquete. Examples of skills include Story Map, Text Evidence, and Literal Questions.
    Incorrect A list of the words or skills the student did not answer correctly.
  7. To print the Skills Inventory, click Print Options, then choose to print the report for the individual student or for all students in the group. 

  8. To navigate to another student's report, select a student's name from the drop-down menu in the top left corner of the page or use the arrows at the top right.