Math Training

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My Math ©2018 Initial training

This training series provides complimentary learning sessions to our partners. Each two-hour session, conducted by a McGraw Hill Curriculum Specialist, is listed in Eastern Time zones, and will provide participants the following:

  • Certificate of attendance
  • Padlet of resources including a recorded initial training session for those unable to attend

Educators will engage in learning opportunities to enhance their understanding and instructional delivery of the McGraw Hill My Math ©2018 resource. This will include building knowledge of the components used by teachers and students and a basic understanding of the digital teacher and student center.

July 19, 20222:00 PM EST Register Now
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Archived Trainings

My Math ©2018 Initial TrainingWatch the initial training for My Math ©2018. Please have your TE and SE available for review during the presentation. View Recorded Webinar
Using My Math in the Remote ClassroomThis session will look at the tools within My Math that can support teachers and students in this unusual time. If you are in face to face, blended or a totally remote situation, there are resources in the program to support your needs. View Recorded Webinar
My Math ©2013, Grades K–2 Initial TrainingWatch the initial training for My Math ©2013. Please have your TE and SE available for review during the presentation.

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My Math ©2013, Grades K–2 Print TrainingWatch the initial training for My Math ©2013. Please have your TE and SE available for review during the presentation.

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My Math ©2013, Grades 3–5 Initial TrainingWatch the initial training for My Math ©2013. Please have your TE and SE available for review during the presentation.

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My Math ©2013, Grades 3–5 Print TrainingWatch the initial training for My Math ©2013. Please have your TE and SE available for review during the presentation.

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My Math ©2013, eAssessment TrainingWatch the initial training for My Math ©2013. Please have your TE and SE available for review during the presentation.

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Everyday Mathematics 4 Initial Training

This training series provides complimentary learning sessions to our partners. Each two-hour session, conducted by a McGraw Hill Curriculum Specialist, is listed in Eastern Time zones, and will provide participants the following:

  • Certificate of attendance
  • Padlet of resources including a recorded initial training session for those unable to attend

Educators will engage in learning opportunities to enhance their understanding and instructional delivery of the Everyday Mathematics 4 resource. This will include building knowledge of the components used by teachers and students, basic understanding of the digital teacher and student center, and overview of the instructional path.

*This training is for the 2020 edition only.

July 21, 202210:00 AM EST Register Now
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Archived Trainings

Everyday Mathematics Initial Training, Grade KWatch the initial training for Everyday Mathematics 4. You will need to have your TLG for review during the presentation. View Recorded Webinar
Everyday Mathematics Initial Training, Grades 1–6 Part 1Watch the initial training for Everyday Mathematics 4. You will need to have your TLG for review during the presentation. View Recorded Webinar
Everyday Mathematics Initial Training, Grades 1–6 Part 2Watch the initial training for Everyday Mathematics 4. You will need to have your TLG for review during the presentation. View Recorded Webinar
Everyday Mathematics Initial Training, Grades 1–6 Part 3Watch the initial training for Everyday Mathematics 4. You will need to have your TLG for review during the presentation. View Recorded Webinar
Teaching Remotely with Everyday MathematicsThis session focuses on tools within Everyday Mathematics that can support teachers and students in the remote classroom. View Recorded Webinar

Reveal Math Initial Training, Grades K–5

This training series provides complimentary learning sessions to our partners. Each two-hour session, conducted by a McGraw Hill Curriculum Specialist, is listed in Eastern Time zones, and will provide participants the following:

  • Certificate of attendance
  • Padlet of resources including a recorded initial training session for those unable to attend

Educators will engage in learning opportunities to enhance their understanding and instructional delivery of the Reveal Math, grades K–5. This will include building knowledge of the components used by teachers and students, and basic understanding of the digital teacher and student center.

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Reveal Math Initial Training, Grades 6–12

This training series provides complimentary learning sessions to our partners. Each two-hour session, conducted by a McGraw Hill Curriculum Specialist, is listed in Eastern Time zones, and will provide participants the following:

  • Certificate of attendance
  • Padlet of resources including a recorded initial training session for those unable to attend

Educators will engage in learning opportunities to enhance their understanding and instructional delivery of the Reveal Math, grades 6–12. This will include building knowledge of the components used by teachers and students, basic understanding of the digital teacher and student center, and overview of the module and lesson structure.

June 21, 20222:00 PM EST Register Now
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Archived Trainings

Reveal Math ©2022 Grades K–5 TrainingWatch the initial training for Reveal Math, grades K–5. Please have a TE and SE available for review during the presentation. View Recorded Webinar
Reveal Math ©2020 Grades 6–12 TrainingWatch the initial training for Reveal Math, grades 6–12. Please have a TE and SE available for review during the presentation. View Recorded Webinar
Using Reveal Math 6–12 in the Remote ClassroomThis session will look at the tools within Reveal Math 6–12 that can support teachers and students in this unusual time. If you are in face to face, blended or a totally remote situation, there are resources in the program to support your needs.

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Reveal Math Assessment TrainingThis video guides you through all of the assessments available at the Course, Module, and Lesson level. Use this for a deeper dive on how to navigate, preview, and edit assessments in the Teacher Digital Center.

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Glencoe Math Initial Training, Grades 6–8

This training series provides complimentary learning sessions to our partners. Each two-hour session, conducted by a McGraw Hill Curriculum Specialist, is listed in Eastern Time zones, and will provide participants the following:

  • Certificate of attendance
  • Padlet of resources including a recorded initial training session for those unable to attend

Educators will engage in learning opportunities to enhance their understanding and instructional delivery of the Glencoe Math ©2016 resource. This will include building knowledge of the components used by teachers and students, basic understanding of the digital teacher and student center, and overview of the instructional path.

August 2, 20222:00 PM EST Register Now
August 18, 202210:00 AM EST Register Now

Glencoe High School Math Initial Training

This training series provides complimentary learning sessions to our partners. Each two-hour session, conducted by a McGraw Hill Curriculum Specialist, is listed in Eastern Time zones, and will provide participants the following:

  • Certificate of attendance
  • Padlet of resources including a recorded initial training session for those unable to attend

Educators will engage in learning opportunities to enhance their understanding and instructional delivery of the Glencoe High School Math ©2018 resource. This will include building knowledge of the components used by teachers and students, basic understanding of the digital teacher and student center, and overview of the instructional path.

August 2, 202210:00 AM EST Register Now
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Archived Trainings

Glencoe Math ©2015 and 2016Watch the initial training for Glencoe Math ©2015 and 2016. Please have a TE and SE available for review during the presentation. View Recorded Webinar
Using Glencoe Math and AGA in the Remote ClassroomThis session will look at the tools within Glencoe Math and Glencoe AGA that can support teachers and students in this unusual time. If you are in face to face, blended or a totally remote situation, there are resources in the program to support your needs. View Recorded Webinar
Glencoe Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 ©2018 TrainingWatch the initial training for Glencoe AGA. Please have a TE and SE available for review during the presentation.

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Glencoe Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and PreCalc ©2014 TrainingWatch the initial training for Glencoe AGAP. Please have a TE and SE available for review during the presentation.

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eAssessment TrainingLearn how to create, edit, add, and modify assessments; manage online and offline administration; and understand the complete standards-based reporting system.

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Illustrative Math Digital Trainings

This training series provides complimentary learning sessions to our partners. Each two-hour session, conducted by a McGraw Hill Curriculum Specialist, is listed in Eastern Time zones, and will provide participants the following:

  • Certificate of attendance
  • Padlet of resources including a recorded initial training session for those unable to attend

Educators will become familiar with the McGraw Hill digital teacher and student resources in Illustrative Mathematics, grades 6–12. Teachers are welcome to attend this digital resource-only training prior to or after attending Illustrative Mathematics Professional Learning.

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ALEKS Overview

In this 35-minute training session for new ALEKS users, you'll be guided through everything you need to get started, including the student and instructor experiences and best practices.

This session will guide you through an introduction to ALEKS and its customizable digital experience.

ALEKS Getting Started Trainings

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Videos and Tutorials by Topic

If you log in through my.mheducation.com

If you log in through ALEKS.com

Getting Started with ALEKS®

For users logging in through my.mheducation.com

Topic
How ALEKS WorksThis video illustrates the benefits ALEKS can bring to any classroom.  
Getting Started with ALEKS at my.mheducation.comA video overview of ALEKS from both a student and instructor perspective, with supporting documentation. This is intended for educators that are just getting started with ALEKS, or those in need of a refresher.​  
What to Expect the First Day of ALEKSA video with Tips and Tools to successfully implement ALEKS into your classroom.   
Using the Course Placement Check in ALEKSHow to turn on the Course Placement Check and determine which ALEKS course students should start in for the best learning experience. Note: the Course Placement Check is only available in middle school and high school courses.  

Class Setup

For users logging in through my.mheducation.com

Topic
Instructor Access using Open Learning PlatformA quick reference video for logging in for the first time.  
Class Summary OverviewA quick guide to understand and utilize the information on your class summary page.  
Creating Student GroupsA quick guide for creating student groups.  
Moving Students between ClassesA quick guide for moving students.  
Uploading ResourcesA quick guide for uploading resources.  
Creating a Sub-Class in Open LearningThis video shows how to create a sub-class to customize your account.  
Moving a Student to a Sub-Class in Open LearningA quick reference for adding students to a sub-class.

Reports

For users logging in through my.mheducation.com

Topic
Introduction to ALEKS ReportsAn introduction to all the reporting options available in ALEKS.
Progress ReportProgress Reports can be used to monitor progress and identify students who could benefit from intervention by comparing data points.
Time and Topic ReportTime and Topic Reports can help instructors understand how students are using their time in ALEKS.
ALEKS Pie ReportPie Report is the best report to view overall class progress.
Insight ReportsInsight Reports alert the instructor when there is unusual learning occurring for individual students.  
Custom Report: Weekly GradesCustom Reports allow the instructor to set up a report that meets their needs in the classroom. Custom Reports can also be scheduled on a recurring basis.  
Quicktables ReportsLearn how to view student progress on math fluency in ALEKS.  

Motivation & Grading

For users logging in through my.mheducation.com

Topic
Progress Goal SettingA quick guide for setting goals.           
Grading and MotivationA quick guide with grading tips and ideas for motivation.  
Weekly Topic Goal RubricA weekly goal classroom tool.  
Calculating RetentionA quick guide for calculating retention.  

Student / Parent Resources

For users logging in through my.mheducation.com

Topic
Student Experience on Open Learning PlatformIn-depth overview video of the student experience in ALEKS. This video should be shared with students as an introduction to ALEKS.  
Student Experience in ALEKSA 10-minute introduction video you can share with your students to get started in ALEKS. Students will learn about the tools tutorial, Initial Knowledge Check, and learning path  
Giving Students a VoiceALEKS allows students to adjust their Learning Path based on what they are ready to learn and what they want to learn.
Student Support SuggestionsStudents can access additional resources within ALEKS.
Student Module Reference GuideThe ALEKS Student Module Reference Guide provides an in-depth overview of the various features and tools available in the new ALEKS Student Module. This guide is intended for instructors and can be used to help students get started in ALEKS.​  
ALEKS for Parents VideoThis video provides parents with an overview of the student experience and the reports that they may find helpful as they work alongside their student.  

Assignments

For users logging in through my.mheducation.com

Topic
Creating an AssignmentA guide for creating assignments, tests, and quizzes.
Printing an AssignmentA quick guide for printing assignments.  
Copying an AssignmentA quick guide for copying assignments.  
Assigning Weekly GoalsA quick guide for setting and assigning weekly goals.  
Scheduling a Knowledge CheckA quick guide for scheduling Knowledge Checks.  

Customizing the Course

For users logging in through my.mheducation.com

Topic
Editing ContentA quick guide for editing content.           
Getting Started with Content CustomizationA quick guide for customizing class content.  
Customizing with Textbook or ALEKS Integration/ObjectivesA guide for integrating textbooks or objectives to customize a class.  
Creating Custom ObjectivesA guide for creating custom objectives in a class.  
How to Create Sub ClassesA guide to creating a sub-class to help differentiate instruction within an ALEKS course.  
Create a Sub Class Using a Master TemplateA guide to creating a sub-class within a Master Template to help differentiate instruction within an ALEKS course.  
How to Enable QuickTablesLearn how to enable QuickTables for additional fluency practice with ALEKS.  

Administrator Resources

For users logging in through my.mheducation.com

Topic
End-of-Year Guide for Instructors and AdministratorsA quick guide for ending the year.  
How to Create Master TemplatesA guide to creating and using Master Templates at the school and district level.  
What to Look for in an ALEKS ClassroomA guide to assess your ALEKS implementation.  

Remote Learning

For users logging in through my.mheducation.com

Topic
12 Tips for Distance Learning for InstructorsTips and suggestions for using ALEKS in a remote environment.
Parent Support for ALEKSThis video provides parents with an overview of the student experience and the reports that they may find helpful as they work alongside their student.  
Student Support for ALEKSThis video provides students with an introduction to ALEKS, including their first login, what to expect, and how to navigate their account.  

Using ALEKS with Reveal Math

For users logging in through my.mheducation.com

Topic
Using Suggested ALEKS Assignments from Reveal MathHow to implement suggested ALEKS assignments that correspond with Reveal Math lessons.  
Aligning ALEKS to your Reveal Math Scope and SequenceLearn how to create ALEKS modules that align with your Reveal Math scope and sequence and how to monitor students' progress toward mastering the aligned content in ALEKS.  
Using ALEKS Data to Drive Instruction in the Reveal Math ClassroomBest practices for using the data and reports in ALEKS to inform instruction in your Reveal Math classroom.  

Getting Started with ALEKS®

For users logging in through ALEKS.com

Topic
How ALEKS WorksThis video illustrates the benefits ALEKS can bring to any classroom.  
Getting Started with ALEKS.com LoginA video overview of ALEKS from both a student and instructor perspective, with supporting documentation. This is intended for educators that are just getting started with ALEKS, or those in need of a refresher.​  
Features and Tasks for the ALEKS Instructor ModuleYour ALEKS Instructor Module contains many helpful tools and features. To help you get the most out of your Instructor account, please use this feature guide to help you learn more about available features and actions.   
What to Expect the First Day of ALEKSA video with Tips and Tools to successfully implement ALEKS into your classroom.   
Using the Course Placement Check in ALEKSHow to turn on the Course Placement Check and determine which ALEKS course students should start in for the best learning experience. Note: the Course Placement Check is only available in middle school and high school courses.  

Class Setup

For users logging in through ALEKS.com

Topic
Instructor Log-in and Navigation with ALEKS.comA quick reference video for logging in for the first time.  
Creating a New ClassA step-by-step guide on how to create new classes in ALEKS.
Class Summary OverviewA quick guide to understand and utilize the information on your class summary page.  
Student Registration Options with ALEKS.comA chart that compares the various student registration methods in ALEKS to help you find what best fits your needs.  
Enrolling Students with ALEKS.com A quick video guide for rostering your class.  
Enrolling and Preregistering StudentsA detailed overview of pre-registering students in the Instructor Module.​  
Self-Enrolling as a New Student in ALEKSA quick guide for registering new students.  
Self-Enrolling as an Existing Student in ALEKSA quick guide for registering existing students.  
Authorizing Self-Enrolled StudentsA quick guide for authorizing students.  
Creating Student GroupsA quick guide for creating student groups.  
Moving Students between ClassesA quick guide for moving students.  
Sharing Class Access with Other InstructorsA quick guide for sharing classes.  
Uploading ResourcesA quick guide for uploading resources.  

Reports

For users logging in through ALEKS.com

Topic
Introduction to ALEKS ReportsAn introduction to all the reporting options available in ALEKS.
Progress ReportProgress Reports can be used to monitor progress and identify students who could benefit from intervention by comparing data points.
Time and Topic ReportTime and Topic Reports can help instructors understand how students are using their time in ALEKS.
ALEKS Pie ReportPie Report is the best report to view overall class progress.
Insight ReportsInsight Reports alert the instructor when there is unusual learning occurring for individual students.  
Custom Report: Weekly GradesCustom Reports allow the instructor to set up a report that meets their needs in the classroom. Custom Reports can also be scheduled on a recurring basis.  
Quicktables ReportsLearn how to view student progress on math fluency in ALEKS.  

Motivation & Grading

For users logging in through ALEKS.com

Topic
Progress Goal SettingA quick guide for setting goals.           
Grading and MotivationA quick guide with grading tips and ideas for motivation.  
Weekly Topic Goal RubricA weekly goal classroom tool.  
Calculating RetentionA quick guide for calculating retention.  

Student / Parent Resources

For users logging in through ALEKS.com

Topic
Student Experience on ALEKS.comIn-depth overview video of the student experience in ALEKS. This video should be shared with students as an introduction to ALEKS.  
Self-Enrolling as a New Student in ALEKSA quick guide for registering new students.  
Self-Enrolling as an Existing Student in ALEKSA quick guide for registering existing students.  
Digital Teacher and Student GuideThe Digital Teacher & Student Guide provides step-by-step instructions on getting started and completing the most commonly used tasks within Student and Instructor Modules.  
Student Experience in ALEKSA 10-minute introduction video you can share with your students to get started in ALEKS. Students will learn about the tools tutorial, Initial Knowledge Check, and learning path  
Giving Students a VoiceALEKS allows students to adjust their Learning Path based on what they are ready to learn and what they want to learn.
Student Support SuggestionsStudents can access additional resources within ALEKS.
Student Module Reference GuideThe ALEKS Student Module Reference Guide provides an in-depth overview of the various features and tools available in the new ALEKS Student Module. This guide is intended for instructors and can be used to help students get started in ALEKS.​  
Parents' Guide: Student Reports (English)In addition to the Pie Report, students and parents have access to other valuable report features.
Parents' Guide: Student Reports (Spanish)In addition to the Pie Report, students and parents have access to other valuable report features.
ALEKS for Parents VideoThis video provides parents with an overview of the student experience and the reports that they may find helpful as they work alongside their student.  
Parent Letters (English)Provides parents with an overview of the student experience and the reports that they may find helpful as they work alongside their student.  
Parent Letters (Spanish)Provides parents with an overview of the student experience and the reports that they may find helpful as they work alongside their student.  

Assignments

For users logging in through ALEKS.com

Topic
Creating an AssignmentA guide for creating assignments, tests, and quizzes.
Printing an AssignmentA quick guide for printing assignments.  
Copying an AssignmentA quick guide for copying assignments.  
Assigning Weekly GoalsA quick guide for setting and assigning weekly goals.  
Scheduling a Knowledge CheckA quick guide for scheduling Knowledge Checks.  

Customizing the Course

For users logging in through ALEKS.com

Topic
Editing ContentA quick guide for editing content.           
Getting Started with Content CustomizationA quick guide for customizing class content.  
Customizing with Textbook or ALEKS Integration/ObjectivesA guide for integrating textbooks or objectives to customize a class.  
Creating Custom ObjectivesA guide for creating custom objectives in a class.  
How to Enable QuickTablesLearn how to enable QuickTables for additional fluency practice with ALEKS.  

Administrator Resources

For users logging in through ALEKS.com

Topic
Features of the District Administrator AccountA guide for navigating a district administration account.           
Features of the School Administrator AccountA guide for navigating a school administration account.  
Batch Registration at the School and District LevelA guide for batch rostering student accounts.  
End-of-Year Guide for Instructors and AdministratorsA quick guide for ending the year.  
Extending Student Accounts for AdministratorsA guide for efficiently extending student accounts at the administrator level.  
Extending Student Accounts for InstructorsA guide for efficiently extending student accounts at the instructor level.  
What to Look for in an ALEKS ClassroomA guide to assess your ALEKS implementation.  

Remote Learning

For users logging in through ALEKS.com

Topic
12 Tips for Distance Learning for InstructorsTips and suggestions for using ALEKS in a remote environment.
Parent Support for ALEKSThis video provides parents with an overview of the student experience and the reports that they may find helpful as they work alongside their student.  
Student Support for ALEKSThis video provides students with an introduction to ALEKS, including their first login, what to expect, and how to navigate their account.  

Using ALEKS with Reveal Math

For users logging in through ALEKS.com

Topic
Using Suggested ALEKS Assignments from Reveal MathHow to implement suggested ALEKS assignments that correspond with Reveal Math lessons.  
Aligning ALEKS to your Reveal Math Scope and SequenceLearn how to create ALEKS modules that align with your Reveal Math scope and sequence and how to monitor students' progress toward mastering the aligned content in ALEKS.  
Using ALEKS Data to Drive Instruction in the Reveal Math ClassroomBest practices for using the data and reports in ALEKS to inform instruction in your Reveal Math classroom.  

Redbird Mathematics​ Trainings

Getting Started with Redbird®

Topic
Live Training Sign UpLive training sessions are available on your schedule. Schedule a session today.  
Personalized Learning for Today’s StudentProven digital curriculum platforms foster personalized learning Adaptive software can provide highly individualized instruction to remediate, reinforce, accelerate.​  
Personalized Learning in Elementary MathematicsThe webinar recording will explain how assessments and technology can bring personalization to the classroom.  
Personalized Learning in Elementary Mathematics pdfA PDF component of the webinar  

What is Redbird

Topic
Overview VideoLearn how Redbird can help you K–7 students become algebra ready.  
FAQSome Frequently asked questions.  
Interactive OverviewExperience Redbird Math with this guided interactive tour.  

Curriculum Information

Topic
Product GuideRedbird Mathematics is organized around coherent units of instruction comprised of concept-specific lessons. Students build conceptual understanding through multiple forms of instruction and then apply their knowledge to highly scaffolded practice items, games, and contextualized word problems.  
2021 UpdatesSee the updates made for Back To School 2021.  
Course OutlineSee all the topics covered for each grade K–7.  
Common Core StandardsFind how Redbird aligns to CCSS Algebra Readiness standards.  
State AlignmentsFind how Redbird aligns to your state’s Algebra Readiness standards. Florida, Indiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia    
STEM Themes and ProjectsSee the STEM projects found in every unit of Redbird Math.  
Math GamesSee the math games included in Redbird Math.  

Implementation Resources

Topic
Instructional ModelRedbird math follows this instructional model that can be incorporated into every K–7 classroom.  
Implementation TipsLearn some tips and tricks for successfully implementing Redbird in your classroom.  
Best PracticesFind some helpful suggestions for how to best use Redbird Math.  
Implementation Planning FormPlan your implementation with a purpose with this useful planning form.  
System InformationTo best utilize Redbird, make sure these system requirements are being met.  
WhitelistThis whitelist will help to avoid any errors while using Redbird Math.  
Getting Started Video 1Watch this quick video on what happens when a student first logs in to Redbird Math.  
Getting Started Video 2Watch this quick video on what happens after the course placement is complete.  
Getting Started Video 3Watch this quick video on the instructional model in Redbird Math starting with Understanding.  
Getting Started Video 4Watch this quick video on the practice items in Redbird Math.  
Getting Started Video 5Watch this quick video to see the learning path of Redbird Math.​  
Getting Started Video 6Watch this quick video to see the student glossary in English and Spanish.  

Reports and Data

Topic
Overview ReportWatch an overview video to see the reporting features of Redbird Math.  
Reports User GuideThis document will help you navigate to the reports you need when you need them.  
Student ReportWatch this video to see an example of a student report and tips for how to use it.  
Administrator ReportWatch this video to see an example of an administrator report and tips for how to use it.  
Class Progress ReportWatch this video to see an example of a Class Progress report and tips for how to use it.  
Class Benchmark ReportWatch this video to see an example of a Class Benchmark report and tips for how to use it.  
Class Placement ReportWatch this video to see an example of a Class Placement report and tips for how to use it.  
Standards Proficiency ReportWatch this video to see an example of a Standards Proficiency report and tips for how to use it.