# Detailed Report Information

The reports below were designed to help you monitor student progress and allow you to see individual and group patterns.

## 1. Fact Snapshot Report(Based on recent Coin Quiz)

• This report shows shows student accuracy for each equation seen and answered.  These results are based on the facts presented in the quizzes and games.
• This report uses the data collected from all quizzes and games.  This data might look confusing at first glance because of the number of equations marked "No Data".  “No data” simply means the student or group of students selected has not seen this fact during the time period selected.
• Zeros and Ones – To master the zeros and ones, the student only needs to get one fact correct.  This report shows which fact or facts have been presented.
• 2x2 – 9x9 – The equation engine marks an equation as mastered if the student gets one or both of the individual facts correct.  (For example, if a student gets 3x2 correct, the equation engine marks both 3x2 and 2x3 as correct.)  This report shows exactly which facts a student sees.
• When all activity types are selected, you see the average accuracy of all the equations a student has viewed.  This includes coin quizzes, quick quizzes, self-correcting quizzes, and games.
• Click on one of the equations to see a breakdown list of all of your students.  On the right side of the screen, you will see the students divided into Mastered (Fact Correct on last quiz), Learning (Next facts to Learn), and Not Yet (Incorrect, slow to answer, or fact not shown).
• Choose a student in the right column to see that student's report.

## 2. Fact Growth Report (Historical Line Graph)

• This report is designed to graphically show your classroom or student growth over time.
• This chart uses data collected from the Coin Quizzes, Quick Quizzes, Self-Correcting Quizzes and games.
• This report uses the status of the student at the end of each day.  The percentage used for the calculation is the percent correct of the facts from 0x0 to 9x9.  (But, not including doubles ie. 3x2 or 3x2; not both.)  It uses the same percentage shown after a student completes a Coin Quiz or Quick Quiz.
• To see the fact status chart for an individual student, click on the student in the list.
• Multiple students may be selected and graphically represented.
• Filter by - Student(s), Class, Group, or Activity Type (Coin quiz, Quick Quiz, Games, or Self-Correcting Quiz)
• Date Ranges - Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 day, Custom Date Range

## 3. Fact Accuracy Report(Color Coded Chart)

• This report shows students accuracy for each equation seen and answered.   These results are based on the facts presented in the quizzes and games.
• It compiles all fact data - Coin Quizzes, Quick Quizzes, Self-Correcting Quizzes and game data.
• This report uses the data collected from all quizzes and games.  This data might look confusing at first glance because of the number equations marked "No Data".  “No data” simply means the student or group of students selected has not seen this fact during the time period selected.
• To see the fact status chart for an individual student, click on the student in the drop down list.
• Multiple students may be selected and graphically represented.
• Filter by - Student(s), Class, Group, or Activity Type (Coin quiz, Quick Quiz, Games, or Self-Correcting Quiz)
• Date Ranges - Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 day, Custom Date Range

## 4. Fact Fluency (Speed) Report (Color Coded Chart)

• The Fact Fluency Report uses a color coded grid to graphically show the average time spent on each equation.  The results are based on the quizzes and games.
• Like the Fact Accuracy Report, this report may show "no data" in some of the cells.  This just means the fact hasn't been shown.
• You can look at individual student data, group data, and class data.
• Filter by - Student(s), Class, Group, or Activity Type (Coin quiz, Quick Quiz, Games, or Self-Correcting Quiz)
• Date Ranges - Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 day, Custom Date Range

## 5. Time Usage Report(Color Coded Pie Chart)

• The Time Usage Report uses a pie chart to show how much time students have been spending on the different lesson sections.
• Games, quizzes, practice, videos, and memory check are divided into colored quadrants.
• This report is helpful to see where students are spending their time.
• Like with the other graphs, you are able to see individual students, multiple students, groups, and classes separately.
• Date Ranges - Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 day, Custom Date Range

## 6. Daily Time Usage Report(Calendar - Pie Charts)

• The Daily Time Usage Report uses a calendar to display how much time students have spent on different sections of the lessons each day.
• The pie chart breaks out the amount of time students have spent on games, quizzes, practice, videos, and the memory check section of the lesson.
• You are able to look at the entire classroom, individual students, multiple students, groups, or classes you have entered.
• Date Ranges - Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 day, Custom Date Range

## 7. Time Usage per Fact(Pie Chart - Facts)

• The "Time Usage per Fact" allows you to see the amount of time students have been spending on each section of the lessons based on the facts.
• This report allows you to drill down to the individual fact level to see how students are using their time.
• The pie chart displays time spent on games, quizzes, practice, videos, and the memory section of the lesson.
• You can also filter by an individual student, multiple students, groups, or classes.
• Date Ranges - Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 day, Custom Date Range

## 8. Historical Fact Accuracy(Classroom list)

• This report allows you to view fact accuracy for the entire class over a range of time.
• This report uses the status of students at the end of each day.  The percentage used for the calculation is the percent correct of the facts from 0x0 to 9x9.  (But, not including doubles ie. 3x2 or 2x3; not both.)  It uses the same percentage shown after a student completes a Coin Quiz or Quick Quiz.  (So, it is not an average of the day... but the ending status of the student.)
• You can also filter by an individual student, multiple students, groups, or classes.
• Date Ranges - Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 day, Custom Date Range

## 9. Historical Fact Fluency (Classroom list)​

• The Historical Fact Fluency Report shows you student speed for the entire class over a range of time.
• Like the Historical Fact Accuracy Report, this report is color coded to show patterns.
• This report uses the data collected during each day to give you the average speed it took students to answer facts they were presented with.  (This data does not include all game data.  We only use speed data on games where speed is important.  Games like Cone Crazy, Chopper Challenge, and Sketche's World are not included.)
• You can also filter by an individual student, multiple students, groups, or classes.
• Date Ranges - Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 day, Custom Date Range

## 10. Student Composite Report(Top Six Reports)

• The Student Composite Report take 6 of the most important individual reports and combines them onto one page.
• This report includes the Fact Snapshot Report, Growth Report, Fact Accuracy Report, Fact Fluency Report, Time Usage Report, and Daily Time Usage Report for each student.
• Since this report takes considerable computing resources to render, a preview of the report is not available.  The report is rendered as a PDF and you can view each of the reports in this form before printing.
• You can also filter by an individual student, multiple students, groups, or classes.
• Date Ranges - Today, Last 7 Days, Last 30 day, Custom Date Range