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Student Profile: Reports Section

The reports section of the student profile contains logs of student assessments, recognitions, attendance, and 3rd party data.

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Written by Monica Burke
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The student profile serves as the home for individual student information. There are four sections to the student profile; Profile, Content, Reports, Information. This article addresses the Reports section.

To Access the Student Profile:

  • Navigate to the Students tab of the Classes module. Click on a student's name to see their Student Profile:

  • From here, click the Reports tab.


Assessment List

When first selecting the Reports section, the default view will be a list of the student's assessments that have been assigned for all classes.

  • You can change which class to view by selecting from the dropdown menu in the upper-right corner.

  • Assessments from all classes will be listed (not just the ones you specifically teach).

  • Sorting: When viewing the assessment list, you can sort any column by clicking the column header. Clicking the column header a second time will reverse the sort. The assessment list can be sorted by:

    • Assessment title

    • Total points

    • Date submitted

    • Submission status

    • Completion status

💡 Tip: To bring all "Missing" assessments to the top of the list, click twice on the Submission Status column header. If you prefer to generate a missing assessments report for an individual student, you can find instructions here!

  • N/A: If you see an n/a under the Points column, that means the particular assessment is a standards-based assessment. Since standards-based assessments do not have a point total, n/a is placed in that column.

  • Assessment Details: You can select any Advanced, Simple, or Rubric assessment that you have assigned to see that assessment in greater detail. (Note: You are not able to see the details of assessments that were assigned by other teachers.)

💡 Tip from the Otus Team: Only the eight most recent assessments appear on the list by default; scroll down to see more assessments.


Recognition Log

Use the dropdown box at the top of the Reports section to select the Recognitions option.

  • The default view will show you all of the recognitions given to this student from all of their classes.

  • Use the Classes dropdown if you would like to select an individual class to view.

From this page you can:

  • Change the date/time stamp of a recognition that you have given.

  • Add a note to a recognition that you have given (by selecting the ellipsis to the right of the recognition).

  • Delete a recognition that you have given.

While teachers can only edit or delete recognitions they have given, admins can edit any recognition.


Attendance

Use the dropdown box at the top of the Reports section to select the Recognitions option.

❗ Attendance may not be available for all districts. If you do not see an attendance log, it is likely that your district is not using Otus to track attendance.

  • The default view will show you all of the attendance entries fro this student from all of their classes.

  • Use the Classes dropdown if you would like to select an individual class to view.


3rd Party Data

If the student has 3rd Party Data in Otus, it will be displayed here, at the bottom of the Reports page of the Student Profile.


The other three sections of the Student Profile are as follows (click on any heading to see the article related to that section):

  • Points Gradebook

  • Standards Gradebook

  • Portfolio items

  • Blog posts

  • District Groups

  • Classes

  • Grade Level(s)

  • Family Contacts

  • Family Communication Log

  • Notes

  • Attachments

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