What Insights Do My Reports Offer?

With Kiddom’s beautiful, actionable reports, it’s never been easier to analyze performance in order to differentiate instruction. Reports help monitor student progress over time, track growth by mastery level, and analyze both class and student performance on individual standards.

Class Grade Average

This first reporting metric depicts overall mastery. This is the class (or student) average on all graded assignments. This also illustrates class and student mastery over time, allowing you to reflect and intervene in real time. This will only appear if you have chosen Grade as your reporting method.

Mastery Groups

The next graph tracks student mastery groups. The pie chart depicts the overall landscape of your class. Below, you can track how student mastery groups change over time. Click the points to see student names. This report may be useful for grouping (heterogenous or homogenous) or setting up peer mentoring pairs.

Class Standard Mastery

Every standard you've aligned to an assessment or activity is tracked, providing you with the detail you need to determine which concepts or standards require remediation and which have been mastered. Click on the number next to each mastery group to see the students in this group. 

Student Standard Progress

Click on the standard pill from your reports page to get a more detailed summary of how your class is doing with a standard. Use the arrows next to the Standards card to move between standards.

Below the Standard Mastery section, you can find the Student Standard Progress. Here you can track how students are progressing toward mastering the standard. You can easily sort the order of students by first name, last name, or performance. In addition to tracking a student's overall progress, the Progress Bar also tracks where a student landed in their most recent attempt with a carrot/arrow.

Personalized learning doesn’t happen magically. Teachers must effectively use student achievement data to adjust instruction in real time. With these reports, that’s now possible.

Note: If you have a collaborator in your class, they will be able to view all of your reports.

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