Teachers using Zearn Math for Middle School have access to a number of reports which provide visibility into student productivity and areas of struggle in our digital lessons. Teachers can access all of these reports by navigating to the “Reports” tab at the top navigation bar within their Zearn account.
Sprint Alert Report helps teachers identify students struggling with lesson-aligned fluencies called Sprints, which accompany many Independent Digital Lessons. Alerts appear if a student answers fewer than 10 questions correctly in both rounds of the Sprint.
Pace Report shows a real-time view of how many lessons each student has completed, as well as their time spent on each lesson.
Progress Report shows where each student is working in the digital sequence. Teachers often use the Progress Report to group students for Small Group Instruction.
Tower Alerts Report shows where each student has struggled during the independent practice portion of each digital lesson (Tower of Power). These alerts can be sorted by date, student, and lesson; teachers often use this feature to plan Flex Day mini-lessons for students who are struggling with similar ideas.
Student Report, available to teachers whose school has purchased a Zearn Math School Account, provides visibility into precisely which topics a student may be excelling in, and which topics a student may be struggling with. This information empowers teachers to assess struggle side-by-side with other information, such as productivity of the struggle and other formative assessment data, to decide where deeper interventions may be necessary.