This Week Dashboard

This Dashboard displays information for each student for the current week. It includes the following information:

  • Course: the Waterford course your classroom is studying
  • Student Grade: the grade level for your classroom
  • Level Key: the student’s learning levels in order by course for Waterford Early Learning: Reading and Waterford Early Learning: SmartStart
  • Open All Student Dashboards: access to your entire classroom’s individual dashboards for viewing, printing, or exporting. The information could take up to 10 minutes to load based on classroom size
If you have a larger class, you can let the information generate in the background while viewing other pages, but do not close the report page.
  • Status: the student’s current academic standing within the following four categories
    • On Track: the student is projected to reach their goal by the end of the goal period
    • Action Taken: teacher has made an adjustment to the student’s goal in order to get back On Track
    • Needs Action: the student is not projected to reach their goal by the end of the goal period, and the teacher needs to make adjustments to the student’s usage or level goal
    • Surpassing Goal: the student is projected to exceed their goal by the end of the goal period
    If your student’s status displays Surpassing Goal, consider raising their Level Goal to a more challenging level.
  • Minutes: the number of minutes set for the student’s goal and the number of minutes completed (updates within one to two hours)
  • Days: the number of days set for the student’s goal and the number of days completed (updates nightly)
  • Start Level: the student’s learning level at the beginning of the goal period or since their last placement test (updates within one to two hours)
  • Current Level: the student’s current learning level (updates within one to two hours)
  • Goal Level: the level a student should reach by the end of the goal period (updates within 1-2 hours)
    • Depending on classroom needs, Goal Levels can be manually set for each student or preset for entire grades or classes.
    • If a student reaches their Goal Level before the end of the goal period, teachers should consider increasing the goal.
The Start and Current Level columns will also display the percentage a student has completed within their level. If, for example, a student has completed half of the Pre-Reading 2 level, their percentage will be 50%.
  • Progress Completed: the percentage of objectives a student has completed towards their Goal Level (updates within one to two hours)
  • Objectives Remaining: the number of objectives a student has left to reach their Goal Level (updates within one to two hours)
  • Calculation Date: the next date that the student status will refresh (updates on Monday every two weeks)


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