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!
Nolan Hunter commented
Take a snapshot of their screen.
Christian MacInnis commented
Right now we can look back at the timelines of students in a session, but it would be nice to export that data if you needed to show a student how they were using their time and how much time was spent on other windows.
Renae Anderson commented
Florence Glaubius commented
I would like to know how well different interventions work with student for increasing on task behavior. I would like a report which shows during a class period how much time students spend on each site. It would be nice if it provided whole class and student level data.
Kelley Burke commented
Love this idea!!
Amy Dean commented
I would love to be able to click on a student's name and it show me their average history on the computer. This way if a student is getting a poor grade in my class, I can show the parents that their activity online isn't helping their performance. It would be easier to correct chronic misuse that way instead of having to open it session by session and find their activity. That takes way too long and isn't practical.