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Learner Performance

Learner Performance report

Learner Performance is a report that a teacher can view after instructing learners to Practice for Mastery in order to consolidate the topic. It gives teachers an easy-to-view, yet detailed, picture of how a class is using Siyavula. Learner practice will be shown for the year to date, and average mastery across all chapters in the curriculum.

How to view Learner Performance report

On your teacher dashboard, click on Learner Performance of either the class you are linked to or of the grade of your choice.

Once you land on the Learner Performance report, you can:

Click on Download on the top right to download the report in an Excel spreadsheet format.
Change the date range of the report by clicking on last 30 days, year to date or own selection .
Select Mastery data, between: The average of all sections in the curriculum; or the average of only those sections practised by your class.
Click on Create report

The report, which can be viewed online, or downloaded as an Excel spreadsheet, contains the following information:

Class information: including the name of the class, the teacher’s name, the subject and grade.

Class summary: this gives each learner’s average mastery (either of the entire curriculum or of only the sections practised as a percentage), and the total number of questions completed for the dates chosen.

Summary per chapter and section: this lists the chapters for that grade and subject, and gives an average mastery percentage and the average number of questions done per chapter, for that class. You can choose to expand each chapter, to see practice data for each section in the chapter.

Click on a Heatmap, which shows at a glance which sections have been practised most!

Click on the Topic of your choice so that the subsections can open up.

Learners’ mastery progress per chapter: this table shows the mastery level each learner has achieved for each chapter in the curriculum.

Learners’ exercises completed per chapter: this table shows how many questions each learner has completed in each chapter.

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Updated on: 08/12/2023

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