Membean achieves optimal outcomes when students engage in regular training sessions, and the fidelity report aims to pinpoint classes requiring further support to meet expected standards. It is an easy way to see a snapshot of your school's Membean usage. This article will show you how to access and read the details of a school fidelity report.

The fidelity report is only available to those marked as school or district administrators.

Accessing the Fidelity Report

Open your left-hand navigation panel by hovering over it or clicking >> at the top. From the menu, expand School and click My School.

Reading the Fidelity Report

This Fidelity Report offers an analysis of training consistency across classes over time.  A designated "green zone" indicates minimum expected weekly training level for each class.

  1. You can see basic information of each teacher, including their contact information, how long they have been on Membean, how many classes they have, and when they last logged on. Click the small clock icon next to their name to be taken to their teacher dashboard.
  2. The area to the left of the fidelity graph will give you statistics on the individual class such as the number of students, how many students are on each level, the average number of words seen by each student, and the average assessment score. Click on the class name to be taken to the class dashboard for even more details. 
  3. The fidelity graph represents weeks of training. A red dot signifies that students, on average, did not meet the class time goal that week. A green dot means that majority of students did meet the time goal. 
  4. The small page icon represents an assessment issued the week of the dot that the icon is above. Hover over it to see the class average on the assessment. 

Good Fidelity Example

Consistent green dots in the recommended training zone indicate strong fidelity. While we encourage teachers to have students continue their training over school breaks, it is normal for there to be gaps in training during these times. 

Below is an example of a class with fantastic fidelity. The cycles are green indicating majority of the class met expectations, the training time is in the recommended zone, and the only gaps in training fall around school breaks:

Poor Fidelity Example

Red dots, gaps in training, inconsistent training, and training below the recommended time all indicate poor fidelity. These classes may need some assistance. Here are some examples of poor fidelity.

The class below has some green dots in the recommended zone, but they are training inconsistently. Sometimes there is a single week gap, other times the class goes multiple weeks without any training. This type of inconsistent training means fewer words will be learned in the long run. 

The class below is not only training inconsistently, but when students do train, they are under the recommended training time. They also have gaps in training that span months. This class is not using the program effectively. 

 If you have questions about your school's fidelity report, don't hesitate to reach out to support@membean.com.