The COR Advantage assessment offers two reports to communicate student outcomes to families. You can read more about these easy-to-use, family-friendly reports below!
The Family Report
Generating a Family Report, previously called "Your Child's Developmental Summary," takes just a few steps in the COR Advantage system. From your Assessment Dashboard, click on the student's profile image to view their overview page.
A few things to take note of before you generate the family report:
- You can view the completion progress for this individual student on this page. It is not a requirement to have all documentation entered in order to generate a family report.
- Adding a "Summary" comment is optional. This would be a wonderful place to enter goals for the student or reflect on the child's overall progress. The information you include here will display on the cover page of the family report.
- To view or edit the automatically generated category comments, click "Start" on the desired category. Here, you'll be able to see comment that has been created based on the indicators you chose for each of the items in that category. If you'd like to edit the text at all, simply tap "Edit" and revise the comment. If you change your mind, you can easily go back to the automatically generated comment by clicking "Reset."
When you're ready to generate the report, you have four options, all of which can be found at the top right corner of the screen - View, Share, or Print. When you click on any of these options, you'll be able to choose the observation display you'd like. After that, the option you've selected will automatically begin to render according to your specifications!
*Please note you CAN save your family report as a PDF by choosing the print option, and selecting "Save as PDF" for your printer destination.
To print the Family Report in another language, use the language menu on the selection modal, as shown here:
The Student One-Pager Report synthesizes students’ development into a concise one-page summary. This report can be shared with families or placed into a student’s file for future teachers.
You can access the report by navigating to the Assessment Dashboard, clicking into a student’s assessment and then clicking the View, Send or Print icons shown in the upper right hand corner. To access the One-Pager, select the right option from the module that appears.
The Student One-Pager Report is broken up into a few different sections. At the top of the page is the student’s information, including their program and classroom name as well as the school year.
Below, a graph shows the student’s percentile performance by category compared to students across COR Advantage within a 3-month age range.
The third component of the report is the student’s areas of strength and growth. On the left, three of the student’s strengths are listed. The three strengths are the COR Advantage items the student earned the highest score in the selected period.
In this example, Nick’s highest scores were in Initiative and Planning, Alphabetic Knowledge, and Music. For each item, the student’s indicator is also listed, as is the next indicator the student would be expected to earn. For example, the sentence “Nick identifies 10 or more letters” reflects a score of 4 for alphabetic knowledge, while the subsequent sentence - “At the next level, a child will use invented spelling to sound out new words without adult prompting” - reflects a 5 in alphabetic knowledge. This section of the report provides qualitative examples of where a student is currently scoring and where they might be going next.
Last, the fourth section of the report lays out the students’ summary comment. If a teacher added a comment in the summary section of the assessment, the summary comment will appear at the bottom of the report, as shown below. If there is no summary comment, this part of the report will not appear!