Introduction to the Overview Table for Teachers
As a teacher or administrator in Waterford Reading Academy, you can use the Overview Table to view individual student usage and progress at a glance for a classroom.
This dashboard is organized by one student name per row and can be sorted by Family Name, Given Name, Current Day Session Minutes, Current Week Session Minutes, Current Week Days Active, Goal Level Progress, Goal Status, or Level Objectives Mastered Count.
You can also check the Needs Usage button to display only students who have not met their weekly Usage goal.
The Usage section displays the following information for individual students:
- Today: Daily minutes spent using Waterford curriculum
- This Week: Weekly minutes spent using Waterford curriculum
- Weekly Goal: Weekly usage goal (in minutes) spent using Waterford curriculum
- Time to Goal: Minutes left until student has met their weekly goal
The Progress section displays the following information for individual students:
- Starting Level: Student’s skill level at the start of the program
- Current Level: Student’s current skill level within the program, with a percentage representing how far through that level the student is
- Goal Level: Student’s skill level goal to reach by the end of the program
- Goal Progress: Percentage completed towards end-of-year goal level
- Status: An indicator of how likely their end-of-year goal is to be achieved based on the remaining objectives they must master and how much time they have left within one of three categories:
- Surpassing Goal (Green): Student is projected to surpass their project goal by the end of the school term
- On Track (Blue): Student is projected to meet their project goal by the end of the school term
- Needs Teacher Action (Orange): Student is not currently projected to meet their goal and has not been assigned an action plan by their teacher. Teacher action can include increasing the session for more exposure to the lessons or adjusting the End of Year goal
- Overall Mastery: Percentage of learning objectives in which a student has gained proficiency, calculated by taking the total number of objectives the child has mastered (scored 80% or above depending on the objective) divided by the total number of they actually encountered