Individual Student Browsing Report - total and average time spent on visited sites
Student reports would provide our teachers with valuable information to better equip them with data about how their students use their class time while working on their devices. Teachers would use these reports as evidence to their arguments about their students' performance in IEP meetings, parent conferences, and while sharing concerns with the administration. Moreover, such statements would enable teachers to spot trends and create better intervention plans.
This is Kevin Behan, the Product Manager for GoGuardian Teacher. As of December 3rd, there are some significant updates to the student reports feature that should address most of this suggestion. Now, at the top of the report you’ll see pie charts for the student’s 5 most used websites, google docs, and google searches. This includes the total time spent on these websites as well. Furthermore, you’ll see snapshots you’ve taken of that student’s screen and the number of times you closed a tab, locked their device, opened a tab, or when the student visited a website that is blocked by your scene or school administration.
Please let me know if you have any questions!
Sofia Goodart commented
I like seeing when they accessed sites, and the line-by-line reports, but it would be nice to see aggregate amount of time students spend on particular sites (e.g. they spent 5 collective minutes on Google Docs, and 43 collective minutes on youtube). Right now, I see a LOT of back-and-forth between youtube and Google Docs, and I don't want to add up 20-30 lines of 0-5 minute chunks of time to come up with an amount. There must be an easy way for you to do it, GoGuardian!
Stephen Yuen commented
In the Top Content window, along with how many times they visited websites, it would be great if we could also see when they accessed the websites. Currently, we can see that a student visited a website a certain number of times within a time period, but we can't tell if it was all in one day or spread out.
Hannah Hinojosa commented
I would like to be able to review these reports from the session history page. I would also like a pie chart view option instead of the timeline view on session history.
Claire Bellmonte commented
I think it's a good idea for dividing a page for Student, Teacher, and Admin they can access individual page. So get the idea of accessing and how much spend time a particular section.
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Jeff Hines commented
This is good for an individual student, but we need to monitor over 200 students. It would be good to be able to download the csv of an entire class of students' activity during a date range.
Gretchen Lafond commented
I can generate student reports for only one of four classes. Is there a way around this?
James Newman commented
Needs a print friendly report. PDF export?
Megan Lippens commented
Herman Hilkey commented · March 27, 2018 15:02
"Also how many times has the student been blocked by teacher."
This is a most!!
Megan Lippens commented
Regarding the "New: Individual Student Browsing Reports" article. I initially asked about this feature and am excited for it's release, but am curious if features could be added. The feature I would find most helpful would be a wheel diagram that is currently displayed in the Browsing Activity of teacher summary emails, but for individual students through the student report tab.
Edward, thank you for sharing your priorities! New updates are coming soon. Please stay tuned!
The GoGuardian Teacher Team
Edward Wikstrom commented
Please make the reports printable as PDFs.
Herman Hilkey commented
Great ,, please keep it simple. Also how many times has the student been blocked by teacher.
Christine Matthews commented
Yes! This feature would enhance the timeline feature. It make it that much easier to see what a student is truly spending their time on. Having the ability to click on a student name and see their history or timeline with how many minutes they have been on that site would be super helpful. Having a daily feature as well as weekly might be great too but I'll settle for daily since it would help immediately. I could use that data as a report and send it home to the parent. Please create this feature, the overall timeline feature is not super easy to use when going back and looking at the individual timelines.
Leslee Gallant commented
1332 votes and almost 2.5 years later and this has STILL not been implemented. As a teacher, I sincerely need some way to show evidence of computer usage.
Janelle O'Brien commented
Scott Yarnick commented
Please work on this faster!
Janeth Benjamin commented
Would be great to show to student and parents to learn about time managment
Cynthia Attanasio commented
This is exactly what I am looking for. This would be great concrete evidence to prove where students spend their time during sessions. Further proof of students who do not stay on task.
Krista Wilkinson commented
This idea was planned two years ago yet STILL not available?
Christine Masi commented
I think it would be awesome if we could integrate this with our LMS, Canvas and students would only be able to see their "Top Sites" Page; the pie chart. This could help with reflecting upon how they are using their school devices.