Danielle Kerns

Tip of the Week: Student Profile Report

Discussion created by Danielle Kerns on Sep 21, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 1, 2018 by Danielle Kerns

Are you looking for ways to make the most out of your fall testing data and to set goals for your students for the school year? Start with the Student Profile Report

 

The Student Profile Report contains all the information about a student an educator needs, all in one place. Teachers can quickly determine how each student is doing compared to the national normative data, growth over time, if they are on track for their state summative test, college readiness, and accessing a list of instructional areas of strength, areas of relative focus, etc. Teachers can perform tasks that center around needs, such as setting and tracking goals, reviewing parent-friendly text that helps to convey the MAP Growth results to parents or students, and print the report to share with parents and students.

 

If you would like to set a different goal than what the default goal is, read more about how to do this with Student Profile: How does the growth goals section work?

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