Read on to find out more about homework reports, or scroll to the bottom to watch a video blog on the difference between markbooks and homework reports.
What is a homework report?
On the day your homework is due, you may want an overview of the scores all of your students in different classes got on their homework for that week, along with information on who has not completed their homework.
NB only tasks with their due date within the time period selected will appear.
How do I generate a homework report?
Generate a homework report by clicking on Progress --> Generate markbook
Select the classes and date range you are interested in, and then from the drop-down box select 'homework report':
Remember, when you chose your date range you can only choose up to today's date as you are looking back at past homeworks.
The report will then be emailed to you.
What does each of the headings mean in a homework report?
The report will look like this:
Student is the name of the student
Year Group is the year group they are in
Classroom is the class the student is part of that got set the tasks in the last columns.
Video Hours Played (hours) the number of hours the student spent watching the videos of the homework skills they were set.
Time spent doing skills (hours) the number of hours the student spent watching the videos and completing the quiz combined.
In this example, Class '8 Maths 1' we set skills 43, 44 and 568 to be due within the date range selected.
You can see their scores, plus you can students who have not completed on time- for example Sophie Rose who has not completed the third task, indicated by an 'X'.
Where a cell is blank, this means that the skill was not due from the student during the time period covered by the report.
This video blog explains the difference between markbooks and homework reports: