2011_Study_Island_Teacher_Manual.pdf

School stats page the school stats page is used to

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School Stats Page The “School Stats” page is used to generate reports on student progress. You can access this page through the “School Stats” link on the left side of the screen. Both the administrator and teachers have access to this page; students do not. (See the Help tab for a description of the various reports.) Emailed Report Manager Teachers can choose to set up Study Island reports to be automatically emailed each week. To set up an automatic email: Click “School Stats” on the left side of the screen. Pull the report of your choice. Click “Automatically Email Report , if available, within the report you generated to sign up to receive it periodically via email. Password List The Password List feature gives you a printer friendly version of the login information for all users in your school. You can view the entire school roster or view the roster by class by clicking on the dropdown box in the upper right corner. This is an easy way to look up students’ or teachers’ passwords if they forget. Please note that teachers do not have access to other teachers’ password s. The Password List may also be accessed by clicking “ Password List” under “My Classes” on your teacher page. Adjust Difficulty Level In order to complete the program, students must “pass” each topic within a subject. This feature allows you to adjust the per centage that the student needs to meet in order to pass that topic. It may also be accessed by clicking “Adjust Student Difficulty” under “My Classes” on your teacher page. Option 1 Adjust Passing Parameters: The “Adjust Passing Parameters” feature enables you to adjust the percentage that a student needs to achieve in order pass the topics. Adjusting the passing parameters does not affect the difficulty level of the questions; it only affects the percentage a student must achieve to pass a topic. Check the boxes to the left of the names you want to change. In the box adjacent to “Subject to Change,” select which subject you would like to change. Then next to “Passing Level,” select the preferred percentage.
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800-419-3191 [email protected] 15 © 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. Click “Set Passing Level” to save changes. “Start Date:” Resetting the “Start Date” clears out the student’s stats (without deleting them) and forces him or her to start fresh; however, teachers may still access old stats by using the filter feature on the reports. Reports will only include statistics from sessions performed after the new “Start Date.” To reset the “Start Date,” check the box next to the name of the student you want to reset, then scroll up to the top of the page. Select the new “Start Date” from the dropdown boxes and click on "Set Start Date." Option 2 - Restrict Students to Easier or Harder Material: With this option, teachers can limit students to working on lower or higher grade-level material. Select the C lass the student is in and click “Next.”
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  • Fall '17
  • Statistics, All rights reserved, Left-handedness, Study Island, Drop-down list, class Manager

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