Your Training Report provides a wealth of data about your students' training. We encourage you to customize your Training Report to include the data you need for grading and monitoring your students. While it defaults to the previous training cycle, you can click the arrows to view current/previous cycles or click the dates to view a specific time frame. This article will explain the various columns you can include in your Training Report.
Goal Met is the most important column on your Training Report. When you create your classes, you set training goals for your students. For example, many teachers set their expectations to three (3) 15-minute days per week for a total of 45 minutes. The Goal Met column shows you which students accomplished that: the green check indicating they did, and the red X indicating they did not.
Note that your training expectations include both the number of days with a specified amount of training and the total number of minutes trained. In the screenshot below, the teacher requires three (3) 15-minute days per week for a total of 45 minutes. Even though both students exceeded the 45-minute requirement, only Diana Gabaldon earned the green check. That's because she met the day and total minute requirement, while Vincent Crabbe only trained on 2 days to get to 46 minutes.
Goal Progress shows how close your students were to meeting your expectations. Remember, your expectations include minutes trained on a specified number of days and total minutes overall. This column takes both aspects of your expectations into consideration and calculates a percentage of the total goal met. For example, let's say you require three (3) 15-minute days for a total of 45 minutes each cycle. A student who trained for 30 minutes total spread across 2 days is closer to meeting your expectations than a student who trained for 30 minutes on one day.
x-Minute Days reflects the expectation you set for the number of days you want students to train per cycle and how long they need to train on that number of days. This teacher requires three (3) 15-minute days per cycle, so the column header reads "15-Minute Days." Draco has only trained for 15 minutes on one day. Sylvia has trained for 15 minutes on three days, meeting the teacher's expectations. Ayn has trained for 15 minutes on two days. William has trained on two days this cycle, but only one of those days had 15 minutes.
Minutes Trained lists the total number of minutes students trained during this cycle or time frame.
Accuracy is calculated by the total number of correct questions out of the total number of questions answered during this cycle or time frame. Around a 65% accuracy is ideal. Learn more about accuracy here.
Dubious Minutes can be accrued in three ways: inactivity, very low accuracy, and cheating. This column tells you how many dubious minutes the student had during this cycle or time frame. Learn more about dubious minutes here.
The first time students see a word, they can remove it from further study by checking the IKT ("I Know This") checkbox. Skipped Words lists the number of words that were skipped during this cycle or time frame.
While we want students to skip words they truly know, some students abuse this power. If you consistently see an excessive number of skipped words, it is a good idea to check in with the student and possibly disable the IKT button.
Correct Questions lists the total number of questions students answered correctly during this cycle or time frame.
Missed Questions lists the total number of questions students answered incorrectly during this cycle or time frame.
New Words lists how many words were introduced for the first time during this cycle or time frame. Don't focus too much on this number. Sometimes a student will get a bunch of new words, other times they'll see fewer new words because they need to reinforce their current ones. Learn what factors influence new words here.
Assessments lists the average assessment score for this cycle or time frame. If no assessments were given, it will remain blank. If more than one assessment was completed, it will average the scores.
Alerts provide information about less-than-ideal training practices. Pay attention to this column! It provides valuable information about the quality of your students' training.