Exciting news—Khan Kids has new progress reports! We worked alongside teachers like you to do a full redesign. We’ve added new information so you can identify student needs at a glance, and we’ve added new features that make it easy for you to respond to this information in real time. Update the app to see this new feature!
What can you do with the progress reports in Khan Academy Kids?
- Assign, edit, and preview lessons directly from the report
- See students’ score history on each lesson
- Quickly see how far students have progressed to each domain
- Identify students who have not completed assignments
- Email reports to your desktop computer for easy viewing
- Email individual student reports to parents
Here’s what the progress reports look like! Need a close up? Look here.
Access these reports from your teacher view in the Khan Academy Kids app. Make sure you are on the Students tab, and then select Class Reports.
There are two different reports. You can switch between the two by tapping Assignments or All Progress at the top of the screen.
Use the Assignments report if...
Use the All Progress report if...
The Assignments report
- The Assignments report shows all of the lessons you’ve assigned and all student scores.
- It’s easy to see which students have completed assignments.
- If students have made multiple attempts on a lesson, you can see their score history. Tap on one of the checkmarks to view all attempts.
- Tap the lesson thumbnails on the left to edit the assignment or to view the lesson.
The All Progress report
- The All Progress report shows every lesson that students have completed, whether it was sent to them as an assignment, an activity they chose from the Library, or lessons from their Learning Path.
- It’s easy to see overall progress in a subject area. The fractions show how many skills have been mastered.
- If students have made multiple attempts on a lesson, you can see their score history. Tap on one of the percentages to view all attempts.
- Tap the lesson titles on the left to edit the assignment or to view the lesson.
- Respond to student scores immediately. If you see that a student received a low score on a Main assignment, then assign the Basic lesson to provide them with additional scaffolding. Tap Basic directly on this screen to assign.