The **Math Time** section of the Usage report provides **class-level averages** and **individual student totals** for time spent using Imagine Math 3+ **at home**, **at school**, and in** both places combined**.

* *Caution

This portion of the Usage report **only** applies to students in Grade 3 and up.

**Administrators** and **Teachers** can view Math Time reports for all classrooms and all active students assigned to them. Students must have answered at least one math problem in Imagine Math 3+ in order to be counted as active.

The Math Time report **updates hourly**.

How Math Time is calculated in Imagine Math 3+:

Math Time accumulates when a student is actively working on a math problem or Benchmark Test question. It's tracked using an internal timer that begins when the problem or question is presented to the student. Once the student has completed the exercise and clicked **Next**, Imagine Math 3+ records the time and resets the internal timer, which continues to track Math Time until the student exits Imagine Math or until they have been idle for 10 minutes.

* *Notes

If a student is working on an exercise and does not complete it before logging out of Imagine Math, the time they spent on this problem or question will **not** be added to their Total Math Time.

Any time that students spend on the Home tab, redeeming THINK Points, or loading a math problem or test question does not count towards their Total Math Time.

To view the **Math Time** section of the Usage reports in Imagine Math 3+:

- Log in to Imagine Math.
- In the
**Reports**section of the left navigation bar, click**Usage.** -
Click the

**Math Time**tab at the top of the Usage report. - The
**classroom-level**report displays. If desired, you can filter by**Classroom**, sort data by**Highest Average Time**or**Lowest Average Time**, and/or click**Download**to download a CSV file of the report to print or save.

The class-level Math Time report lists the classrooms that are assigned to you, with a column for each of the data points listed below.Column Name Description Active Students The number of students in the class who have completed at least one math problem. Avg Usage: Total Math Time The class's average usage (in hours and minutes) of Imagine Math 3+ at home **and**at school during the date range selected on the**Overview**tab.Avg Usage: School Time The class's average usage (in hours and minutes) of Imagine Math 3+ at school during the date range selected on the **Overview**tab. School time is between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. local time on weekdays.Avg Usage: Home Time The class's average usage (in hours and minutes) of Imagine Math 3+ at home during the date range selected on the **Overview**tab. Home time is between 4 p.m. and 7 a.m. on weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday. - Click the class name to
**drill down**into individual**data for each student**in the class.

The information no longer displays a class**average**, but rather a**total**for each student. By default, students are listed in order of highest total time to lowest total time. You can reverse this order using the**Sort By:**filter, if desired. You may also download the student-level report to a CSV file if you wish.

In the student-level Math Time report, there is a column for each of the data points listed below.Column Name Description Classroom (Teacher) The name of the classroom to which the student is assigned, followed by the last name of the teacher in parenthesis. Avg Usage: Total Math Time In hours and minutes, the total amount of time the student spent using Imagine Math 3+ at home **and**at school during the date range selected on the**Overview**tab.Avg Usage: School Time In hours and minutes, the total amount of time each student used Imagine Math 3+ at school during the date range selected on the **Overview**tab.Avg Usage: Home Time In hours and minutes, the total amount of time each student used Imagine Math 3+ at home during the date range selected on the **Overview**tab. - Optional: Click the name of any student for whom you would like to view a Student Progress report.