Adding or removing reports from the Recent Events

Imagine Galileo allows Administrators and Teachers to customize the recent events report of their teacher dashboard to quickly link to reports for tests administered in the past or they're in the process of administering. The reports available to select include: Aggregate Multi-Test, Benchmark Results, Class Development Profile Grid, Class Test Scores, Detailed Item Analysis, Development Profiles, Development Summary, Formative Results, Intervention Alert, Test Blueprint, and Tests Monitoring. 

To view add test reports added to Recent Events

  1. Log in to Imagine Galileo.
  2. Click the Dashboard Icon (dashIcon.png).

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  3. Click Class.

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  4. If you are a District Administrator, School Administrator, or other District- or School-level user or a user with access to multiple schools, use the School and Teacher drop-down list to select the school and Teacher for which you want to see a report. Teachers, skip to step 5.

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  5. Click Reports.

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  6. Click the Star icon (closedStart.png).

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  7. The test summary shows these tests that have been assigned to your students. Use the table below the test summary to see a description of each part of the summary and how to add or remove a test from your recent events report.

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    Heading Description
    Favorite An open star (openstar.png) shows that a test report has not been added to your recent events report. Click the open star to add a test to your recent events report. A closed star (closedStart.png) shows that a test report has been added to your recent events report. Click the closed star to remove a test from your recent events report.
    Availability A check (greencheck.png) indicates that a test report can be added to your recent events report. An X (x.png) with a test name indicates that the test report cannot be added to your recent events report. 
    Title Click the report's title to view the report. 
    Description Gives a description of the test.