Viewing Individual Student and Class Reports

Through the Reports tab, teachers can access real-time reports 24/7 to view student and class writing performance, an analysis of enabled prompts, use of program features, and writing progress over time. Teachers can also download and print reports for whole classes as well as individual students. 

Teacher Reports

Performance Reports

In the Performance section, teachers can view their class averages by trait and total scores and by writing genre for essays as well as class averages for constructed responses.  Content and text evidence scores, if given, will also be displayed.

  • For essays, click Class Averages: Trait and Total Scores to view the class's average scores for each writing trait, total score, and teacher-scored textual evidence and content accuracy categories. Click on a student's name for an individual report.
  • For constructed responses, Holistic (total) Scores and teacher-scored textual evidence and content accuracy scores will be displayed. Click on a student's name for an individual report.
  • To export and print a report, click the Download button.

Class Average: Trait Scores

  • Click Class Averages: Writing Genre Scores to compare the class's average scores by genre.  
  • Scores are displayed in a bar chart and a sortable table.  Click the student's name in the chart or table to view individual average scores.    

Class Average: Writing Scores

  • Click Student Averages: Constructed Response Scores to view the class's average scores for holistic/total scores, textual evidence, and content accuracy scores for constructed responses.

Student Averages: Constructed Response

Prompt Reports

In the Prompts section, teachers can monitor how specific writing prompts are performing and being utilized within the class.

Prompts Reports

  • Click Prompt Analysis to see a list of prompts with student responses, the date of the most recent draft submission, how many essays and drafts have been written to the prompt, the average scores for each trait, and the average score for responses to the prompt.
  • Click the prompt name to see the most recent drafts, scores for each trait, and total scores from the most recently submitted draft. Click a student name to view that student's most recent draft.
  • Click the Download button to export and print the report.
  • Click Constructed Response Prompt Analysis to see a list of Constructed Response prompts with student responses, the date of the most recent draft submission, how many responses and drafts have been written to the prompt, and the average score for responses to the prompt.
  • Click the prompt name to see the most recent drafts, scores for each trait, and their total score from their most recent submitted draft.
  • Click on Print and choose between Class Scores or Class Essays.
  • Class Scores will print a list of students who responded to the selected prompt and each student’s scores for the most recent draft written to the selected prompt. Use the drop-­down menu to view the results for a different prompt.
  • Class Essays will print just the essay without the scoring data. Use the drop-­down menu to view the results for a different prompt.
  • The Download option will allow you to download an excel spreadsheet that contains prompt usage data.
  • Reports can also be printed as a pdf. by printing them from your browser. Just change the destination to save or print as a pdf. and click print.

Usage Reports

In the Usage section, teachers can determine how much the students are using the program.

  • Click Summary for a quick view of the total number of essays and drafts submitted, average number of drafts submitted per essay, number of peer reviews given and received, time spent on tutorials, number of constructed response submitted, and the average number of drafts per constructed response for the class.  

Class Summary Report

  • Click Essays to see a bar graph and sortable table displaying the number of essays and drafts submitted in the class, and the average number of drafts submitted per student in the class. Click the student's name in the graph or in the table to access an individual student's essay and draft submissions.  
  • To export and print a report, click the Download button.

Essay Report

  • Click Peer Reviews to access all peer reviews given and received by members of the class.  Click the date in the table to read and edit a peer review. 

Peer Review Report

  • Click Lesson Usage to view a graph and table displaying the class's most recent date of use and the total time spent using the lessons within each category. In the table, click on the category title to view the dates of use and time spent on specific lessons within each area. Drill down further in the table by clicking on the lesson title to view students who spent time on this lesson.   
  • Click the Download button to export and print a report.

Lesson Usage Report

  • Click Constructed Responses to view a sortable table and graph displaying the number of constructed responses and drafts submitted in the class, and the average number of drafts submitted per student in the class.
  • Click the student's name in the table or graph to access an individual student's essay and draft submissions.  
  • To export and print a report, click the Download button.

Progress Reports

In the Progress section, teachers can monitor class progress by month and across three years.

Average Monthly Scores

  • Click Average Monthly Scores to view the average total score for a specific class over 12 months.
  • Click the student's name to view the monthly scores for a specific student. 
  • Scroll down to view a line graph displaying the class progress over three years.
  • Click one or more years in the legend above the graph to remove or add a year to the graph.