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Progress Reports from Teacher Gradebooks

Students/families can always see their current grades in Aspen, and teachers can always generate progress reports for students in their classes at any time during the year. Teachers can tailor these progress reports to include various grading and attendance information, and they can add a message to generated progress reports. Progress reports can be created as pdfs, or… if one student is selected at a time, progress reports can be emailed to students and guardians.

Other customizations from the dialog box include:

  • Choosing a term or terms.
  • Choosing category types to display or summaries.
  • Only generating progress reports for students who meet a particular criterion. Example: average less than 70.

The easiest way to become familiar with the gradebook progress report tool is to play around with it a little bit, generate a few progress reports to see what they look like, and then print/email when you’re happy with the information displayed.

One bug to note is that the attendance displays by term, as opposed to quarter, and we have 5 terms (summer school), so the attendance is “ahead” by one term. So quarter 1 attendance displays as “term 2” and quarter 2 attendance displays as “term 3,” etc. Putting a note about this in the message area of the progress report is a good workaround.

Gradebook top tab > Scores side tab > Progress Reports from Reports menu.

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