Reports

1.Reports #

Waterford Reading, Waterford Math & Science, and Waterford SmartStart provide teachers and administrators with real-time data on student usage, progress, and scores. Each report is displayed in a grey font for optimized readability.

The reports you can generate through Waterford Manager varies based on your role:

  • District and School Administrator Reports: Completion and Usage
  • Teacher Reports: Completion, Usage, Placement, Area of Difficulty, Weekly Scores, and Objective Details

2.Generating Reports #

  1. Go to Reports
  2. Select a District, School or Class
    At the class level, you can check the box next to the student names (or the box in the header to select all students) for more report options.
  3. Select the type of report you want to generate.
    Objective Details reports can only be generated for individual students.
  4. Select the report options you want. If you want to generate individual reports, you must select at least one student before generating the report
  5. Click Generate

2.1.Exporting Reports #

Export reports as .pdf files in order to share them electronically.

  1. Follow the instructions above to generate a report
  2. In the top right, hover over Export
  3. Select the format you want. The report will download automatically

3.Completion Reports #

Completion Reports provide a month-by-month breakdown of the students in each completion level with a page break between grades. You can view this report on the district, school, or classroom level.

School districts who use a rostering system may see duplicate student names listed throughout the report. This is because students may be assigned to several Waterford classes within the school. The Completion Report will list all of the classes in which the student is assigned for rostered districts.

To view a Completion Report:

  1. Log into Waterford Manager and visit Reports.
  2. Select your district, school, or classroom from the dropdown list.
  3. Click Completion Report.
  4. Choose the course you want to generate a report for (SmartStart, Reading, or Math & Science).
  5. Click Generate to view the report.

3.1.Generating Completion Level Lists #

You can also view a list of student names and IDs in each completion level. To access this information:

  1. Generate a Completion Report.
  2. Click on the number that you want to see specific names and IDs for.

You now have a list of student names and IDs within a difficulty level for your classroom, school, or district.

4.Usage Reports #

Usage Reports provide a month-by-month breakdown of usage for all students enrolled in Waterford programs listed alphabetically. Usage will display by school at the district level, by class at the school level, and by student at the teacher level.

To view a Usage Report:

  1. Log in to Waterford Manager and visit Reports.
  2. Select the district, school, or class from the dropdown options.
  3. Click Usage Report.
  4. Choose the course report you want to view (SmartStart, Reading, or Math & Science).
  5. Click Generate to view your report.

Note: At the school and district levels, you can drill down in the report to lower levels by clicking on the school or class name.

 

5.Placement Reports #

Placement Reports generate a class summary of every student’s performance on the placement test for Waterford Early Learning courses.

To view a Placement Report:

  1. Log in to Waterford Manager and visit Reports.
  2. Select your classroom from the dropdown list.
  3. Click Check Placement and select either Reading or Math & Science.
  4. Select whether you want an individual or classroom report.
  5. Click Generate to access the Placement Report.

Note: Only Waterford Early Learning students take placement tests. This report is unavailable for SmartStart teachers.

 

6.Area of Difficulty Reports #

  1. Go to Reports
  2. Select your class
    If you want an individual area of difficulty report, select the check box next a student’s name.
  3. Click Area of Difficulty
  4. Select your report options
  5. Click Generate
  • Area of Difficulty reports contain data from the last 45 days.
  • Objectives only appear on the area of difficulty reports if the student scores below the mastery target score. The mastery varies for each objective and will be displayed in the Required Score field. Look under Last Score to view each student’s most recent score.
  • Last Attempt shows when the student last played an objective. Many skills are assessed in multiple objectives. Students will often have another chance to master objectives, after playing some additional instructional activities.
  • Waterford SmartStart reports are color coded by domain in order to match the SmartStart Activity Library. If your class or students are having difficulty with a particular domain, go to the matching section in the Activity Library for additional whole-class and center-based activities to supplement the online curriculum.

7.Weekly Scores Reports #

Weekly Scores Reports display the average weekly score per strand for the previous nine weeks. Scores below 80% will be highlighted.

  1. Go to Reports
  2. Select the class, if necessary
  3. Click Weekly Scores Report
  4. Select your report options
  5. Click Generate

8.Objective Details Reports #

Get deeper insight in a student’s performance by generating an objective details report.

  1. Go to Reports
  2. Select your class
  3. Check the box next to the student
    Objective Details Reports can only be generated for individual students.
  4. Choose your report options
    Generating a report for a date range longer than 14 days may cause long loading times.
  5. Click Generate

All objectives encountered during the time frame appear on the report, along with the most recent score, the number of attempts, the last attempt date, the average score, and an icon to indicate pass or fail. Objectives are grouped by Skill Areas and organized by strands. The learning branches match the color schemes in all other reports.

9.Progress Reports #

Progress Reports provide the completion rate towards the end-of-year goal for a specific course. Each one displays the following information:

  • School Minutes: the amount of time a student has worked on Waterford programs in school
  • Home Minutes: the amount of time a student has worked on Waterford programs at home
  • Days: the number of days a student has used Waterford programs (including weekends and holidays)
  • Starting Level: the student’s level at the program start date
  • Current Level: the level a student has reached so far
  • Goal Level: the level a student plans to reach by the program end date
  • Progress Towards Goal: the percentage of the goal level a student has currently reached from the starting level
  • Objectives Remaining: the number of objectives a student has left to complete before they reach the goal level

You can also filter this information by the following date ranges:

  • Current Week
  • Last Week
  • Last Two Weeks
  • Last Month
  • Custom Dates By Week

Note: Progress Reports are only available on the classroom level, not school or district.

9.1.Class Progress Report #

Class Progress Reports show all of the above information for an entire classroom. To access a Class Progress Report:

  1. Log in to Waterford Manager and visit Reports.
  2. Select your classroom from the dropdown list.
  3. Click Class Progress Report.
  4. Select the course and date range from the provided options.
  5. Click Generate to view the report.

9.2.Weekly Progress Report #

Weekly Progress Reports provide the same information as Class Progress Report for single or multiple students within a classroom. To access a Weekly Project Report:

  1. Log into Waterford Manager and visit Reports.
  2. Choose your classroom from the dropdown list.
  3. Select the student(s) you want to generate a report for.
  4. Click Weekly Progress Report.
  5. Choose the desired course and date ranges from the options.
  6. Click Generate to view the report.

10.Transfer Students #

Teachers can choose to exclude or include transfer students in progress and placement reports. Transfer students are students who have either moved out of the class or into the class during the report period. If the student’s transfer date is not included in the report period, he or she is not considered a transfer student.

 

10.1.Include transfer students in the report #

When you generate a progress or placement report, you’ll have the option to include transfer students by checking the box at the bottom of the report options dialog. By default, transfer students are not included.

Use this feature to see data for any students in your class added or moved to your class during the report period.
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