Description: This passage is mainly about login i ready. In this passage, the writer tells some i-Ready information to parents, which can let a parent know how the student does on the test and how they do that.
I am talking about i-Ready with parents, now they offer a parent report here under the student reports, this parent report tells a parent how the student does on the test not how they’re doing on the instruction, but maybe you give them the test and you want to give to the parents how they do that.
You can run an individual report which will run for one student or you can run a batch report which will run it for all of your students, so I want to run it for all my students for the winter 2013 tests, and here it says that there are on no test taken in fall, though all my students has taken the test.
I can create that, I’ll click Create Report and it will create my parent reports, for every parent it will create the report of how this student does, and let’s see what happens when I open this up, so you’ll see that it is downloaded as a PDF and it has every student’s score on how they do on the test where they should be.
It explains the math domains, now this is only in English, so if you are going to send it home in Spanish, you will have to do a translation which you can do a broad translation of what it all means and then attach it to each one, because the information is same except for how the student does on the math test and how they’re doing in each one of those domains alternatively.
You can sit down with a parent and talk to them, you can have the student login and show their parent how they’re doing, I’m going to log out now and log in as a student, when the student logs in, they will get to see some of the data of how they’re doing on these lessons that they’ve been taking.
So I’m going to select a subject, select math and I can click on my progress as a student and I can see that I have past three lessons, I can even look at the details of those lessons, I have passed three out of three lessons on numbers and operations, I’ve taken lessons on counting objects in a set, counting with one-to-one correspondence and numerals and counting up to ten.
I can see that every time I pass 100 percent, this is great information for students to be able to show with their parents of how they’re doing on the computer at school and and how they are doing in their lessons. I’m sure that you’ve seen this when students log in.
I want to let you know that when you create those extra lessons, students will see this as their individualized lessons, and they’ll see a blue button that says start lessons for their extra lessons that you’ve assigned, so you can specifically tell students to go to your blue lessons today.
Because we’re all going to be doing this lesson or every time you open up i-Ready, if there is a blue button, I want you to click on that because those are extra lessons, I want you to practice before you get started with your personal lessons for the day.