(D) Export Learning Track Summary
How to export a summary of Learning Tracks.
Step 1: Select the students to whom the action will apply.
Students without a check mark by their row will not receive the intended action. You need to put check marks in the box at the start (left hand) of the row for every student to whom you wish to apply an action. You can choose “Select All” from the menu at the top of the column of boxes which will put a check mark in front of all the students who are SHOWING.
Choose how many students to show on your screen. Above the “Select All” button is a choice of how many entries to show on your screen. It defaults to showing 50 or 100. Choose Show All entries if you want to see or export the data from all the students in your account.
Step 2: Go to the orange Bulk Actions button.
Step 3: Choose Export Learning Track Summary
Choose Export Learning Track Summary explained below on this page.
Export Learning Track Summary.
The system is collecting data on student progress in all Learning Tracks they complete. You will know which Learning Tracks each student completed during the year, as well as what level they completed on each Learning Track when they left it.
Here is an example of an exported Learning Track Summary (except that I drew all over it so you can notice students are duplicated for Learning Tracks they finished as well as ones that they are in the process of learning).
Students who have worked on more than one Learning Track will have a separate row for each Learning Track they have worked in. You can see a row or rows for what they have finished and then a row for the Learning Track they are in the process of doing. Next to the name of the Learning Track will be the start date, the end date (or the most current date) and the highest level they have completed. If it shows Level Z you know they finished that level. Under that should be the Learning Track that is in process and the level they are in when you exported the data. If there’s nothing by that student you know that is what they have done in the game–nothing! The really active students will have several rows for the several Learning Tracks they have worked on.
*PII–Personally Identifiable Information