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!
Anmity Bruton commented
This would be especially important when documenting on/off task time.
Debra Tiller commented
I want to share a report of a student's activity with parents to show just how much time this student is on sites and not attending to instruction.
Nickolas Jones commented
It would definitely help if I could quickly pull up a kid's history to show them what they've been doing on particular days.
Michael Shelton commented
I need this! To have a report which compiles the sites used and the amount of time spent on them would be priceless. This would help with parent conferences and help students see what their choices are.
Christopher Turtoro commented
I really like this idea. Being able to see how much time a student spent on different website over the course of several days is definitely a desirable add for me. It's a really great way of assessing participation. Is it still "planned"?
Andria Morningstar-Gray commented
I wish I could get to a session report from my classroom view in Goguardian instead of just in my email notifications. I want to be able to view these after the fact when I want them. In other words, I don't need a report sent to my email after every session, but every once in a while, I would like to pull up specific sessions to view the report summary (for example, when I have a substitute).
Scott Endress commented
And that is wouldn't just say www.google.com but give information on what they're doing there.
Mayda Linchenat commented
Allow timeline printing to show parents the use of unauthorized websites during testing/ class
Adam Causey commented
I would like to see one students history over multiple days on one screen without having to go search for the same student through multiple days.
June Dhamers commented
I agree. I would like to be able to just see the search history for one student. That way if I have a question about one particular student, I don't have to stalk all the other kids!
phil huff commented
Need this feature for an end of semester or final report. When searching for student all their sessions should show on one screen.
Karla Yager commented
Wonderful suggestion. I realized that I could not get a snapshot of a student's misuse of computer after the session was ended. This would be a great feature. I could check on students after a session is over if I was not able to monitor or get a snapshot of use during the session.
Shelly Kroeger commented
I would like to click on a student's name and see a summary of time spent on different sites.
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Michael Blackwell commented
Any progress on this planned addition? Any idea of a timeline of when this will be released?
Megan Bertaccini commented
In timeline view, I can see a student's history for that session. I would like to be able to click on the student and see it all in list-view, on one screen, instead of having to click on each individual page. It would look like:
Google classroom - 3 minutes
Youtube - 4 minutes
Google docs - 5 minutes
Megan Bertaccini commented
In a session, be able to click on a student and see a breakdown of that particular student's usage. Kind of like the reports, but specific for each student. Example: 3 minutes YouTube, 4 minutes google docs, 5 minutes history.com, etc.
Crislyn Grubb commented
The admin can do this. My admin creates these reports periodically, but maybe that is just because we are in a small school. I do agree however, that it would be great if the teacher could do this.
Justin Brantley commented
yes, be able to run a complete individual student data report for 9weeks, semester etc
Kyleigh Lohmeyer commented
I would like it to have a percentages like the class report but individualized for each student during the session.