Running Buzz Reports

This article is designed to help you run customized class and student reports as a teacher for gradebook, performance, and mastery-level analytics.

You can run custom reports by selecting the Reports icon from your Course Card or the List View. You can also access reports from the Main Menu in a course.

REPORT TYPES

There are three types of reports that can be generated and customized as a teacher:

Click the appropriate tab to start customizing.

GRADEBOOK REPORT STEPS

Within the GRADEBOOK tab, you can generate Course activity or Period and category summary reports.

TIP: GRADEBOOK reports focus on content analytics. You will not see student-specific data in this report.

 

Step 1

Choose between Course activity summary or Period and category summary.

  • Course activity summary – This report summarizes grade information (e.g., scores, failing, passing), time spent, and other data based on course activity.
  • Period and category summary – This report summarizes grade information (e.g., scores, failing, passing), time spent, and other data based on period and category.

Step 2

Choose to exclude or Include past enrollments by selecting the box.

Select Choose filters to select from the following filters or select Get all data:

  • Time spent per activity
  • Score per activity
  • Failed & unsubmitted per activity
     

Step 3

Select EXPORT TO CSV to view the report or select BACK to make changes to your selections.

TIP: To customize your report further, convert your CSV file to alternative file type (e.g., Excel, Google Sheet).

STUDENT REPORT STEPS

Within the STUDENT tab, you can generate Student performance reports by course or by a single student.

TIP: STUDENT reports focus on student analytics.

 

Step 1

Choose between the following report types:

  • Student performance in the current course – Report performance for all students in the current course.
  • Student performance in all my courses – Report performance for students in all of your courses.
  • Single student performance in the current course – Report performance for a chosen student in the current course.
  • Single student performance in all of my courses – Report performance for a chosen student in all of your courses.
Optional Step: Selecting a single student report option adds a step that allows you to enter the student’s user information.

Step 2

Select an As of date. This will pull data from the date the student started the course up to the date specified.

TIP: If you want to compare one date to the next, use the ADD DATE option to put in two different dates. Use the earliest date as your first entry.

Step 3

Choose to exclude or Include past enrollments by selecting the box.

Select Choose filters to select from the following filters or select Get all data:

  • Time spent per student
  • Grade
  • Learning proficiency per student
  • Completion
  • Self assessment: understanding
  • Self assessment: interest
  • Self assessment: effort

TIP: Selecting Get all data includes additional analytics beyond the filter options above. You can always remove data once you customize your file.

Step 4

Select EXPORT TO CSV to view the report or select BACK to make changes to your selections.

TIP: To customize your report further, convert your CSV file to alternative file type (e.g., Excel, Google Sheet).

MASTERY REPORT STEPS

Within the MASTERY tab, you can generate Mastery by date range or All mastery data reports.

TIP: MASTERY reports focus on mastery analytics only. You will not see student specific data in this report.

 

Step 1

Choose between:

  • Mastery by date range – Report course mastery data for a specified date range.
  • All mastery data – Report course mastery data for all dates.
 
 

NOTE: Selecting All mastery data takes you directly to Step 3.

Step 2

Choose a date range to run a report.
 
 

Step 3

Choose to exclude or Include past enrollments by selecting the box.

Select Choose filters to select from the following filters or select Get all data:

  • Covered content per learning objective
  • Student proficiency
  • Score per learning objective

Step 4

Select Export to CSV to view the report or select BACK to make changes.

 

 

TIP: To customize your report further, convert your CSV file to alternative file type (e.g., Excel, Google Sheet).

 

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