Literacy Pro Snapshot
In Literacy Pro, students set goals for how many minutes per week they will read. On the landing page, you’ll see a Snapshot tile showing how they’re progressing on this week’s class-wide goal.
This Snapshot Shows:
A.) Total Minutes Reading: Progress of the students in this class toward the class-wide goal; the class-wide goal is the total minutes of all students’ goals.
B.) Percentage of Goal Met: The number of students within each percentage range of making their goal
C.) Think More Check-Ins: Total Completed: Number of Think More comprehension checkins students have taken this week
D.) Average Score: The average score for students in this class on Think More check-ins this week
E.) Explore: More information about individual students’ work in Literacy Pro.
Literacy Pro: Explore
From the Literacy Pro Snapshot on the landing page, select Explore. There, you’ll find data about individual students.
When you arrive on this screen, you’ll see data from the current week. You can also view data from previous weeks: Select the caret to the right of the date to reveal a calendar, and then highlight any week.
To view additional reports within Literacy Pro, select See Additional Reports on the top right of the screen.
Student Progress: Total Minutes Reading
Students set goals for how many minutes per week they will read. Here’s how they’re progressing toward the class-wide goal.
Look For: You might want to share this chart with your class to encourage them to see how they’re doing on their own reading goals.
MORE DATA? Select See Additional Reports at the top right of the Explore page to open a new screen displaying Literacy Pro. Then select the Students & Reports tab. Go to the Usage Report (available at the student, school, and district levels). It displays the number of minutes students have spent in Literacy Pro. It can be customized by time period.
See also the Student Reading Report. It shows the number of minutes the selected student has been reading.
Student Progress: Students’ Reading Goals
This chart shows students’ progress toward days-per-week reading goals and minutes-per-week reading goal, by student. See columns on the far right for information about each student’s goals during the selected week.
Look For: Check in with students who are not consistently making their goals. Do they need help finding books they’ll like? Should they lower their goals and work their way back up? Similarly, check in with students who are consistently meeting or exceeding their goals. Is it time for them to challenge themselves and increase their goals? (In Literacy Pro, students set their own goals, and these goals are retained until the student adjusts them—even year over year. Students can easily change their reading goals by selecting the Profile tab.
MORE DATA? Select See Additional Reports at the top right of the Explore page to open a new screen displaying Literacy Pro. Then select the Students & Reports tab. Go to the Student Overview Report. It shows complete information about the students’ reading goals, as well as their personal records.
Student Performance: Think More
Skills This shows students’ performance on skills encountered in Think More check-ins. Select any figure for the corresponding student’s name, as well as that student’s stats (number of correct answers out of number of attempts; percentage correct).
Look For: Pull together students who are not performing well on specific skills andteach a mini-lesson. As you look at students’ results, keep an eye on how many attempts they’ve made. If they haven’t encountered the skill at least three times, the percentages may not yet be relevant.
MORE DATA? Select See Additional Reports at the top right of the Explore page to open a new screen displaying Literacy Pro. Then select the Students & Reports tab.
The Student Think More Skills Report and Student Think More Scores Report show the student’s performance on Think More comprehension check-ins. The Think More Skills Report focuses on individual skills and is customizable by time period. The Think More Scores Report displays individual Think More scores; teachers can also access the check-in.
The Class Think More Report shows average scores for students in this class on comprehension skills. This report is customizable by time period and by skill.