Reading Reporting and Dashboards
This page includes Renaissance Accelerated Reader® and Renaissance Accelerated Reader 360® reporting and dashboard enhancements.
New dynamic report interface
This new interface allows you to manipulate data for different classes, students, and quiz/activity types in order to view more actionable data, faster.
Reports consolidation and new menu
A new consolidated report menu provides access to all of your Renaissance Reports.
- This single report menu outlines various data purposes, guiding you to the best views for your data needs.
- Logical report consolidation; for example all of the AR or AR 360 diagnostic reports are now under “Summary Diagnostic,” where you can select the assignment type for which you want to look at data.
- Navigation prioritizes frequently used reports so that you can find them with ease. There will also be descriptions next to report names to help you find what you’re looking for.
- Familiar data views can easily be printed for use on-the-go or record keeping.
- New Parent Report
More complete mastery picture
A freshened look and feel, enhanced capabilities, improved navigation, and additional reports give you faster and more comprehensive insight into class and student progress that help to guide instruction and reading practice.
Reporting to facilitate day to day reading practice management. Teachers can easily access diagnostic information and view a student's activities in order to facilitate day to day reading practice. Key reports help call out concerning metrics, allowing teachers to quickly prioritize the conversations that need to happen with students.
Reporting to monitor and celebrate student's growth. Teachers can better identify the literacy skills that students and the class are struggling with, so that they know where to target instruction and reading practice. Reporting on skills practice activities* can be leveraged to inform and monitor student growth.