The Activity Summary report provides a high-level view of student progress on their Quill activities. The report can be filtered by class, activity pack, and date range. It shows students' progress at a glance and proficiency color scores in each activity, along with average scores, a breakdown of concepts, and much more!
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Watch the video below for an overview of the Activity Summary report. The video also provides a walkthrough of two other basic reports on Quill: Activity Analysis and Diagnostics:
Accessing the Activity Summary
To access your classes' summary of activities, click on:
My Reports tab on your Quill navigation menu
Activity Summary report
Reading the Activity Summary Report
The score breakdown key is located at the top of the screen.
The activity icon key is located directly under the score breakdown key.
The icons in each activity square indicate the type of activity (learning tool):
Quill Diagnostic - identify learning gaps
Quill Connect - combine sentences
Quill Proofreader - fix errors in passages
Quill Grammar - practice mechanics
Quill Lessons - teacher-led, interactive group lessons
Quill Reading for Evidence - use a text to write with evidence
Replayed activity: indicated by a blue bubble on the activity square. The number indicates the number of replay attempts. The color coding indicates the proficiency achieved in the latest attempt.
In-progress or paused activity: indicated by a white activity square with a blue clock. This activity has been paused and can be resumed from the student's dashboard.
Scheduled activity: indicated by a gray activity square with a green clock. This activity has been scheduled to show at a later date and is not yet available in the student's dashboard.
Staggered release: indicated by the black lock on the activity square. This diagnostic-recommended activity is locked until the student fully completes the previous recommended activity pack.
Assigned activity: indicated by the gray activity square. This activity is available to be completed on the student's dashboard.
🟦 Understanding blue (completed) activity squares:
Completed Diagnostics/Writing Skills Surveys, Quill Lessons, and Quill Reading for Evidence activities will appear in blue to indicate the activity has been completed. These are ungraded activities and will not display a color proficiency range in this report or the student's dashboard. However, you are able to see specific responses and/or grading for each activity by hovering over and/or clicking on the blue activity square.
Activity Summary Filters
Filter by Class
To view the activities that a different class has completed, use the class section filter in the top left-hand corner of your screen.
Filter by Activity Pack
The activity pack filter defaults to "All activity packs," providing you with information about every activity completed by students. You can select specific activity packs to filter the information displayed for each student.
Filter by Date
To view the activities that students have completed during a set period of time, use the date filters at the top of the page. It defaults to "All time," and the report saves your date selection for the next time you visit this page.
Hover your mouse over any activity square to view a comprehensive performance breakdown for an individual activity. You can view:
date information (published date, due date, and completed date)
student's percentage score (in all attempts)
time spent actively working on the activity
Click on the activity square to view student responses, targeted feedback received (if available), overall score, and more.
The time spent feature only accounts for the time the student is actively working on an activity. If a student is inactive on the page for 30 seconds, switches to a new tab, or opens another window, the timer will stop until they return to the activity.
Grading with the Activity Summary
As students complete activities, you are given valuable information about their strengths, areas for growth, and daily progress.
You can use the Activity Summary to grade at the concept level and for mastery-based learning. Encouraging students to replay activities until they reach proficiency can improve their writing skills, confidence, and persistence!
You can also utilize the activity pack and date filters to narrow down student results and view scores at a glance.
Have more questions?
Please feel free to send a message to the Quill team using the green message bubble on the bottom right corner of the screen or email us at email@example.com.