Knowledgehook provides progress reports on students to indicate what areas they are showing higher proficiency or areas of struggle according to their assigned grade.
On the Teacher side, when you click into a student view, teachers may see their “I Can” Statements or areas of “Struggle”. You can also view it as a “Progress Report” by pressing the View Progress Report button:
This page can be downloaded as a PDF (by pressing Download), or sent to parents that are connected to this student account.
“I Can” and “Struggling” Statements
Progress Report Statements are derived from our Curriculum Content that you can see on the Featured Activities page. They are organized in 3-question Learning Goals, each
which has an “I Can” Statement:
- This content can be done as assigned Missions, or as extra practice on the student side. It can also come from Custom Missions as long as the 3 questions in a Learning Goal are kept together.
- Custom content, or content like GameShows, Warm-Ups and Exit Tickets are unlikely to trigger these statements.
What are the requirements for earning an “I Can” Statement?
We have algorithms that discern whether a student is showing a high enough proficiency in a particular Learning Goal to show up in reporting. All 3 questions in a learning goal must be answered.
- Ex. 1. If a student is able to answer all three questions correctly in a Learning Goal without making any mistakes on their first try, they will earn the “I Can” statement.
- Ex 2. Students make some mistakes along the way, but answer correctly on additional attempts (Clone Questions), the algorithm will make its own determination based on their success rate in answering the questions. Students must attempt each question at least twice.
What are the requirements for earning an “Struggling” Statement?
We have algorithms that discern whether a student is Struggling in a particular Learning Goal to show up in reporting. Students must make at least 4 attempts in the Learning Goal (All 3 questions and 1 extra attempt) for the “Struggling” statement to appear on a progress report.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why do I see very few “I Can” or “Struggling” statements showing up for certain students?
- Please make sure the content being assigned is in the same grade that is set on their account. If you are assigning content from another grade, it is not eligible to show the Progress Report
- Please make sure you are assigning complete Learning Goals, kept intact in 3-question groupings, versus making custom activities by combining individual questions in varying order.
- EQAO questions do not qualify for progress reports.
- Students did not meet the minimum amount of question attempts.