What is an impact report, how do I generate one, and what do each of the headings in the spreadsheet mean? Watch the video or read on to find out.
What is an impact report?
An impact report is a way for you to have an overview of the impact of HegartyMaths in terms of student engagement.
This report has three tabs: Student by Student, Class by Class and School by School.
The three different tabs allow you to make comparisons between students, classes, or whole school data, here are some examples:
Student by student: You want to quickly identify any students from any year group or class that are not accessing or engaging with HegartyMaths (ie are not answering any questions, or have 0 for the 'Hours spent completing skills').
Class by class: You want to find out if all classes are being set about the same amount of work, or find out if any classes are less engaged than others.
School by school: You want to know if your school is getting more or less usage of HegartyMaths than other schools using HegartyMaths.
How do I generate an impact report?
Generate an impact report by clicking on Progress --> Generate impact report:
You must choose the dates you want the report for.
This will be emailed to you as an excel file.
What does each of the headings mean in an impact report?
Here is a list of the headings in the report that is generated in the Student by student tab:
Name First and Last name of student.
Year Year group of the student.
Feedback Given The number of pieces of feedback the pupil has been left by their teacher in the given time frame selected when generated.
No. of tasks set by teacher: How many tasks a student has been set by their teacher(s) in the given time frame selected when generated.
No. of unique skills completed The number of unique quizzes completed (not counting repeats of the same skill).
No. of skills completed with scores of 100%/70-99%/0-69%: How many skills a student completed with the respective score in the given time frame selected when generated.
No. of Reattempts The number of times a student has returned to a skill to repeat the quiz, having completed in once in the past.
Hours of Video play the time, in hours, a student has spent watching videos on HegartyMaths.
Skill/Memri/Fix Up 5 questions answered How many questions a student has answered in a skills quiz, Memri quiz, or Fix Up 5 quiz.
Skill/Memri/Fix Up 5 questions answered correctly How many questions a student has answered correctly in a skills quiz, Memri quiz, or Fix Up 5 quiz.
Total Questions answered Sum of questions answered in skills, Memri, and FixUp 5 quizzes.
Total Questions answered correctly Sum of questions answered correctly in skills, Memri, and FixUp 5 quizzes.
Time spent doing skills Time spent watching videos + Time spent doing skills quizzes.
Time spent doing Memri/Fix Up 5 Time spent doing Memri/Fix Up 5 quizzes.
Total Hours Learning Sum of Time spent doing skills, Memri, and Fix Up 5 (including watching the video).
In addition, in the Class by class and School by School tabs, the following columns are available:
Questions per student Total number of questions answered by a class divided by the total number of students in a class.
Hours per student Total number of hours spent by a class learning on HegartyMaths divided by the total number of students in a class.