First, go to the respective class of the student by clicking classes and selecting his/her class.
Now, you should be at the Classroom Management/Math Program page. Next, click "Usage Reports"
This will take you to see the Usage Reports for every student registered into your Group/Class. Next, click on the name of the student whose account activity you want to see.
Now you are able to see the student's account activity!
In the individual student report, you'll see a list of all the work that student has completed in Sokikom, along with the time at which they completed each level.
NOTE: If a student does not complete a level or quits early, their work will NOT be recorded in the Individual Report. This ensures that all data on level mastery is complete. We do not currently list multi-player activity in the individual report, based on teacher feedback - let us know if you'd like more information on your students multi-player activity!
For the Learning Games there are three report areas. The Student Growth Reports, Usage Reports and the Common Core Mastery Reports.
First, click on "Classes" at the top of the Teacher Home Page, and select the class that has the data you would like to access
You can access the various Common Core Math Reports from the Common Core Math Program
You can click on Student Growth reports when students complete their placement test data. Data can be accessed at the classwide (Picture 1) and individual (Picture 2) levels.
Clicking Common Core Mastery Reports brings you to the Standards Mastered Report (Picture 1 below) to see student performance based off grade level
In the Mastery Reports, you can also view the progress over time for students by clicking the button in the top right.
Also, if you click on a colored rectangle within a grade in the Mastery Reports you can see how students are doing for each level that is alligned to the Common Core standard in that grade.
Clicking on a colored rectangle within the standard shows you how students are doing on each game in that standard.
Usage Reports can be used to see a complete report on a student's usage of Sokikom. By clicking on a student's name, you can see their individual reports.
Individual Reports list the levels a student has played and clicking a specific level brings you to the Question Level Report
Question Level Reports display everything a student did in answering the questions on a certain level.
This is the Class Usage Report. It allows you to see your students usage of the learning game. This report helps make sure your students are on track and performing well.
This is an Individual Report. It gives you a list of the levels a student has played and their performance on that level. It also summarizes the learning objectives and Common core standards for each level. You can use that drop down box in the top lefthand corner to switch between students.
This is a Question Level Report. It shows exactly what a student did on a level including how much time they took, how many checks they used, and if or when they watched the help video. Again you can switch between students by clicking on the dropdown box in the top left hand corner. You can also play the level by clicking the button in the top right hand corner.
This is a Standards Mastered Report
You can see progress over time for the students by clicking the button in the top right.
Clicking on a colored square in the standards mastered table will take you to the corresponding Grade.
Clicking on a colored square in the grade table will take you to the corresponding standard.
There if you click on a student name you go to his/her individual report and clicking on a colored square brings you to that students question level report for that level.
This is an example with usage report tables that can be used with all other similar tables in the Sokikom system.
To sort the usage reports by any variable (like Average Score) click the button for Average Score at the top of the chart. The usage reports are automatically sorted by Lessons completed when you open the up.
The arrow next to the variable you are sorting by indicates which way the chart is sorted. Clicking on Average Score again will cause it to be sorted the opposite way (green circle).
To switch from the usage reports to the old progress reports just click the "Switch to Old Reports" button next to the usage reports.