Simple Navigation of Detailed Student Data
IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- ALEKS Corporation, a leading provider of web-based learning and assessment solutions for mathematics, science, and business courses, offers online reporting through an optimized Reports page that displays student data in an easy to navigate, visual format. ALEKS online reports provide detailed student performance information that is continuously updated in real-time. The Reports page makes it easy to quickly review ALEKS reports and compare data at the class and individual student levels.
“My colleagues and I tend to think visually,” notes William Wilson, a teacher at Mt. Pisgah Middle School in Tennessee. “With the visually descriptive Reports page, we get an accurate representation of exactly what type of student data we can pull, which makes it much easier to find the information we need. I like to use the reports to compare class and individual student data, and the Reports page provides me with direct access to this. In just a few clicks, I can view each student’s progress, and then quickly look at the class report if I want to get more of a bird’s eye view.”
The visual format of the ALEKS Reports page includes a dashboard of icons, representing ALEKS reports available to instructors – ALEKS Pie, Progress Bar, Time and Topic, Knowledge Per Slice, Assignments, Standards, and QuickTables. This enables instructors to quickly identify the information they would like to review. For example, under “ALEKS Pie,” instructors can access one of the most popular ALEKS class reports – a pie chart that summarizes students’ average progress in a course, including mastered, not mastered, and Ready to Learn Topics. Another example, by selecting “Progress Bar,” instructors can view each student’s learning progress within various time intervals.
Instructors can click on the “Class” or “Individual” links below an icon to view the desired version of the selected report. This increased functionality makes it easy to determine overall class or student strengths and weaknesses, while also informing one-on-one and small group instruction to target knowledge gaps.
“There is an amazing amount of information available,” said Maria Sanchez, who teaches at DeRidder Junior High School in Louisiana. “I can see an overview of class progress or access detailed reports on how each student is performing. It is easy to see where I need to concentrate my instruction using the data that ALEKS provides.”
ALEKS reports provide a wealth of data to help educators efficiently monitor student progress toward classroom and standards goals, and personalize instruction to ensure greater learning outcomes. To explore the ALEKS Reports page, please sign up for a complimentary trial at www.aleks.com/free_trial/instructor.
About ALEKS Corporation
ALEKS Corporation is a leader in the creation of web-based, artificially intelligent educational software. ALEKS assessment and learning technologies were originally developed by a team of cognitive scientists, mathematicians, and software engineers at the University of California, Irvine, with major funding from the National Science Foundation. ALEKS is founded on ground-breaking research in mathematical cognitive science known as Knowledge Space Theory. Through adaptive questioning, ALEKS accurately assesses a student’s knowledge state and delivers personalized instruction on the topics the student is most ready to learn.
ALEKS has been used by millions of students in over 50 different mathematics, science, and business courses at thousands of K-12 schools, colleges, and universities throughout the world. For additional information, visit www.aleks.com.
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Source: ALEKS Corporation