Mastery reports in JumpRope are powerful and robust. Mastery data is complicated, so we give you a lot of options in terms of how to sort, filter, and group the data. The goal is to help you answer questions like:
- Which students are showing high and low levels of mastery across all objectives in the course?
- Which objectives are showing high and low levels of mastery across all students? Which objectives need remediation or re-teaching?
- What is the current level of mastery for each student and standard (as opposed to the average level of mastery)?
Are you looking for a report for a single student that includes all of their courses? Click here: How do I print or view a progress report for just one student?
Mastery by Student in a Course
View mastery by Standard
Click on the Grouping Scheme button in the bottom, and select the Standard Summary which will show mastery grouped by standard across all students. You can use this view to decide which objectives need re-teaching.
Other views of mastery
There are lots of ways to view mastery in JumpRope, most of which are accessible by changing the Grouping Scheme at the bottom. Here are a few examples: