By Katie Stephens
I am a third grade teacher and I use Sokikom everyday in my classroom. One of the key reasons I have transitioned from occasional use to daily integration is the availability of many different reports to keep track of my student data. The reports that you can access about your students can be a simple overview by standard all the way down to a detailed individual report details about how students answered specific question. In this article I will share the many ways I use and access Sokikom reports in my classroom.
Assignment reports are very helpful to check in to see the work your students are doing on the assignments that you assign them as their teacher. Below is a picture of the report that you can see when you click on the assignment tab. This is a list of all of the assignments that you have assigned to this class. You can quickly see how many students have completed this assignment and what the standard was that you assigned.
If you click on the “Students Completed” column, you will see a more specialized report for that assignment. Below is a picture of the individual assignment report for one assignment. In this view you can see which step each student has completed and the percentage they got correctly on that part. You can also see if they have completed the assignment. In this view you can quickly see if your students understand the different parts of the assignment and standard.
Individual Assignment Report
Then if you click on one of the student names you can then see an individual report for that student on that specific part of the assignment. Below is a picture of the individual student report. In this view you can see what the question was, how they answered each time, and how long it took them. This is a great way to get detailed information about a student to help them specifically learn concepts. You can quickly assess any misconceptions and see insights such as whether a student is struggling, or rushed through the assignment and made careless mistakes.
Individual Student Report
Usage reports are very helpful to check to see an overview of how students are using the program. Below is a picture of the class usage report. In this view you can see each of your students for the class, how many times they have logged in, how many lessons they have completed, how many lessons they have mastered, their average score, the time they have taken to complete it, and the games that they have played. This information is very useful to help guide students in their Sokikom usage.
If you click on a student name it will then take you into an individual usage report for that student. In this report you can see the standards, game level played, learning objective of the game, and the performance score. This information is helpful to see what they are practicing and how they did during their practice.
Mastery reports are a great way to see what standards and concepts your students have mastered on Sokikom. Below is a picture of the class report that you see when you click on the mastery reports. In this report you can see where each of your students is in their mastery of the different grade level standards. From here you can click in for more information in two different ways that I will discuss below.
The first way is when you click on the individual student it takes you to this same report from the usage view for more information on the individual student. This report is a great way to get an overall look at an individual student.
Then if you click on a specific game level played you can go into a detailed report about the game that the student played. This will show you what the question was, how they answered each time, and how long it took them. This is a great way to get detailed information about a student to help them learn how to master this concept and/or game.
Game Level Report for Individual Student
The second way you can look at your mastery report is by clicking on the grade level that you want to look at more closely. Below is a picture of the grade level standard report. This report allows you to see if you students have mastered each math standard in that particular grade level. It is very helpful to give you a quick glance to see mastery across multiple grade levels. It can also help you see where students are when you are about to introduce a new standard.
Grade Level Standard Report
Then if you click on a specific standard within the grade level, you can see the level of mastery for each game level within the standard . This report is helpful to see a more in-depth look at a specific standard and identify specific skills that students may need support in.
Individual Student Standard Report
Sokikom reports are full of important information about your students and their progress using Sokikom. As you can see from the article above, many of these reports overlap when you click on different parts of them. So you can move through and see the information you need easily. I use my Sokikom reports everyday in my classroom for many different reasons. I encourage you to explore the many different features of the Sokikom reports so you can find which ones will help you best understand how to help your students in your classroom. Thank you for reading my post, I hope to share more in the future.