Exporting and Printing Your Data
There are a variety of ways to see your data outside of Student Success. If you want to view the data in the same format that you see in Student Success, you should use the Print feature. If you want to see, reformat, or analyze the raw data, you should use the Export feature. You can read more about each of these features below.
You can print any page that contains a list of students, including the students tab and group overviews. You can also print individual profiles and intervention plans. Please note that only pages contain a print option (Figure 1. & 2.).
Notes to keep in mind:
- Demographics are currently excluded on the printed version of the Profile Page in an effort to maintain privacy for printed content.
- Support notes added to a student's profile will appear in a table below any intervention plan. The author, date, and any action notes that were recorded as part of each support note will be included in the table.
- Printing looks best when the printing options don't include headers and footers, and do include background graphics. To get to these settings, it is a bit different in each browser, but usually located under print -> options.
- This functionality prints what is visible on the screen. For example, if you would like to include details about an intervention plan, expand that intervention plan on the page before printing. This applies to anything you can expand. You can see some examples in the attached Profile Page example.
- The print functionality for custom reports is not yet available. You will see this feature become available in the coming months.
- Print out a student profile page for your next Parent-Teacher Conference meeting and celebrate the areas of strength and highlight the highest leverage areas of growth for individual students.
- Check out this sample parent/guardian-teacher conference agenda that you can use to guide the upcoming conversation. Make a copy and adjust it as needed!
- Print out a group of students after you've selected the desired demographic fields. This list can be students who you intend to celebrate or provide further support to, and you can keep students top of mind by adding the list to your clipboard or notebook. This makes for easy access while you are traveling around the school building.
- Create and share a group of students you plan to talk about in an upcoming RTI meeting.
Exporting Your Data
When you see an Export button, you will be able to export the data you currently see on the page (Figure 3.).
When you click Export, you will receive a .csv file, which you can open and edit in Excel, Google Sheets, or import into another program. This file will contain the data that you are currently viewing in Student Success, including any timeframes and filters you have selected. You'll see a pop-up that shows exactly what data will be included in your export.
Exporting in Students Page
I may use filters to narrow my view to the students in 11th grade who were critical in attendance in your current quarter and choose to export either "Roster" or "Intervention" (Figure 3.). I can also print or share this page to save the data in a form that may be useful for showing in a meeting. If I wanted to further analyze the data outside of the Student Success platform, I should use the Export feature.
Note: Selecting "Roster" will provide a csv file including Student Identifiers such as student ID and name, indicator bars, academics for each subject area, attendance, behavior, the student's self-reported SEL competencies, and any intervention data.Please click here to see a definition of columns and fields to share with other educators. Please click here to see a definition of columns and fields to share with other educators.
Selecting "Intervention" will provide a csv file similar to the Roster export but instead of one row per student there is one row per intervention. This will include additional details per intervention such as the identified champion for the intervention, monitoring method, intervention tier, strategies, and if the goal was met. Please click here to see a definition of columns and fields to share with other educators.
The .csv file that you receive contains all of the data that you would see on the specific page you exported (Figure 5.).