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!
Steena Harriman commented
Please create a PDF style report where teachers can pull up data about what sites students have been on and how long they have been on certain sites during class time. I would like to be able to select a given date range on this. This would be VALUABLE information for IEP meetings and parent conferences.
John Hendrix commented
I agree... the circle graphs sent by email is great for me, but some way of seeing which students went to the site in question without spending the time to search the timelines... thanks
John Hendrix commented
Whole class and individual students downloads would be great...
Stephen Rossiter commented
It would be a great reporting piece to allow teachers or admins the ability to view a student's browsing history on an individual level, just like in GoGuardian for admins. This way you can show parents specifics on their student.
Traci Haise commented
This would be extremely helpful if a teacher has a substitute and the teacher needs to address an issue that occurred while he or she was out.
Will Jacoway commented
when will it be available
Joan Downen commented
Please!! It takes forever to compile this info from the timeline to prove to the argumentative student that I'm not as uninformed as they would like me to be.
Sabrina Lovell commented
I agree. I love the circle graphs that come after each period, but if I could click on the game or website and see which student(s) was on that specific thing, it would be so helpful.
Ilyse Howard commented
t would be great if I could access student histories directly from the website, instead of having to find the report emails. A drop down or selection of dates to be able to see something on a particular date or to make it easier to spot a pattern in their behavior.
Peter Scofield commented
If a student is continually off-task through many class sessions, the teacher can easily see the trend, document it, and share their concerns with the student, their parents, and administration
Steve DiBona commented
YES!!!!!!!!!!! Is there any way to print student timelines. The digital form is extremely cumbersome.
Renee Goldsmith commented
Allow downloads from the timeline pages so that they can be viewed more easily and printed.
Heather LaDuca commented
I want to be able to print out a cumulative history report - what tabs were accessed and how long they were on each tab (printer friendly).
Beth Feaver commented
Some kind of report would be wonderful. When discussing an infraction with a parent, often evidence is needed without showing other students. I would use this feature tomorrow if I could as my class was found wandering off their assignment when I had a sub this afternoon! I was in an in service but had go guardian open...boy were they surprised when I had admin walk in my class!
Melanie Smith commented
Give an option to be able to print and email timelines.
Jennifer Voellinger commented
The new summary emails are great! It would be even better if there was a summary circle graph by student, or if I could click on the parts of the circle graph that show activity I did not approve (games, google, etc) to see which students accessed those sites. I don't watch the timelines or screens 100% of the time, and scrolling back through the timeline later is a little clunky. They don't all fit on my screen at once so I end up scrolling up and down to see the whole class, and if I zoom out to see all the timelines I can't see the small places where they hopped off of our math site to access a calculator for a quick second.
Michael Rockwell commented
I would love to be able to click on a student's timeline of activity and send it as a file to a school administrator or parent.
Bethany Kerr commented
This would be very helpful for me. It is difficult to scroll through the timeline even when zoomed all the way out and impossible to print.
ROBIN SAMPLES commented
Yes!!! I need this.. Have snapshots of screens. How do I keep these for conferences with parents?
Robert Brewer commented
YES! Please make it saveable as a spreadsheet so I can keep track of trends.