IXL Analytics: Data that supports all your teaching needs

October 20, 2016

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In the Classroom

No two days are the same in the classroom, and we know how hard you work to keep students engaged and to support all the diverse learners in your class. Which is where IXL Analytics comes in. Have you used it in your classroom yet? If not, read on to find out how IXL Analytics can help streamline your school days from whole class to small groups to one-on-one settings.

 

 

 

 

 

Immediate insight into whole-group practice sessions

With the Real-Time Center, you can monitor your class’s progress live. You’ll be alerted when a student is struggling or off task, making it easy to jump in to assist them right when they need it. You can even project the Real-Time Center on a screen or whiteboard for friendly in-class competitions or to motivate your students to achieve that next milestone.

Effectively remediate students struggling with the same concept

IXL Analytics shows you where students are encountering difficulty, letting you target your instruction to where it will have the most impact. The Trouble Spots report automatically groups students struggling with the same concept. In fact, this report even identifies the precise item types students need help with, so you know exactly where the breakdowns in learning are happening.

Prepare for 1:1s with an in-depth look at student practice

You’ll find an unprecedented level of insight into your students’ strengths and weaknesses with IXL Analytics. The Student Details report allows you to dive deep into a student’s practice history by viewing specific questions answered and skills practiced. With this info, you’ll be ready to give personalized guidance and to hold students accountable for assigned work.

Now, it’s your turn: log in to IXL to view your class’s Analytics!

And, for an inside look at all the reports IXL Analytics has to offer, check out this video:

Have you tried IXL Analytics? How do you use data in the classroom? Let us know in the comments below!

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All Comments (2)

Haylee November 21, 2016 at 9:43 am

your english section for 9th grade is so faulty. None of it is grammerly correct.

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The IXL Team November 21, 2016 at 11:41 am

Hi Haylee–We appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback. If you think you’ve encountered an error with one of our questions, you can send a screenshot to help@ixl.com and we’d be happy to look into it for you.

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