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Posted on Sat, Jun 20 2020
Parent engagement is of the utmost importance, when it comes to teaching a child. The best way to view parent engagement is to think of it as a partnership. When parents have up to date information on their child’s progress in school, they are more likely to respond and get involved. Teachers and parents have one goal: to ensure that the child succeeds in all areas.
Teachers we are often burdened with a long to-do list. Despite all the things that need to get done, parent communication and engagement should remain a main focus.
The classroom activities section provides an easy way to increase parent-teacher communication and keep parents informed about their child behavior and academics. This guide will focus on how to publish a weekly report using the Classroom Activities Feature.
Publishing a report
Login to your school portal and navigate to the LMS section.
Click Classroom, then click Activities
Click the Subjects button In-front of the class whose report you want to publish.
Click the Manage Activities button
Select a session, term/quarter and a week whose report you want to publish a report for.
Use the Note section to give a summary or a detailed information about all that have happened during the week. You can also attach a document or a picture if necessary.
If a progress report template has been set (Scroll down to see how t.) you would have to rate the child progress with respect to the target that has been set by checking(selecting) the appropriate option.
Scroll to the bottom of the page, then click save. Congratulations, you’ve successfully published for first weekly report.
You can publish a report for all the students offering the selected subject all at once.
Setting up a progress reporting template (target and rating scale) – (This setup is optional)
Click on Activity Targets
Select a session and term/quarter
Click the Add Target button (on PC - at the top right corner. While on Mobile - at the top left corner)
Type in the title of the target (e.g. class participation, practices self-control, attempt class work etc.) – This has to do with what you decide to measure per subject. Use the add more button to add multiple at a go before saving.
Click save when you’re done. Congratulations, you’ve successfully created a progress report template for a subject. Repeat this process for all subject you wish to publish a progress report for.
Adding a rating scale for the target created
Click the Ratings option (to the right of contents)
Click Add Rating Scale
Type in a remark and scale (points or an abbreviation. e.g. Remark can be good, meet expectation. etc. Scale can be a point of 5, 4, 3 or an abbreviation of remark (ME – for meet expectation)). Use the add more button to add multiple at a go.
Click save. Congratulations, you’ve successfully created a progress report template rating for a subject. Repeat this process for all subject you wish to publish a progress report for.