Previous: Student Summary Report
The information you see on-screen is available as an Excel file that will be emailed to you by clicking the Email Data button.
It is important to note that the on-screen data and the emailed file will be the information that is current, including a running total of all logins, time studying, etc. Any on-screen Filters will not be applied and the Excel file will include all student data you have permission to see.
A pop-up window will open, confirming your email address – click the Send button and the report will be emailed to you when available.
You can enter additional email address in the Send a copy textbox, and they will also receive a copy of the excel file report.
If you want historical data, you will need to email this report periodically to have the ‘snapshot in time’ data saved offline. For example, if you wanted to compare student progress week-to-week, you need to run this report weekly and compare the data using Excel or another data-management program (i.e., outside of EdReady).
Note: in addition to the written details below, a video tutorial for the Student Detail Report Download is available here.
In addition to having the full summary report emailed, you also have the ability to download a very detailed Excel report for each student by clicking the Email link in the Report column.
Note: this report must be downloaded for each student individually. A batch download is not currently available. Unlike the report described above, this report contains historical data, so regular downloads are not needed for historical records.
A sample Student report:
This report contains some summary information in the first few rows (Student name, email, Target Score, etc), but most of the detail will be shown below.
Notice that each row contains data related to a testing activity the student completed – you’ll see the date, name of the assessment completed (“Complete” is the initial diagnostic), as well as the resulting EdReady score and associated status’ for all units & topics included in the assessment’s study plan.
Note: Some versions of Excel do not color-code all of the data. The data-labels are otherwise correct.