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ABECELEE tutorial #3. Progress Monitoring your Users Visit www.abecelee.com. This will take you to the main page. Click on Log In. Enter your User ID and Password. Whole class Reports. There are whole class reports. Vertical bars. Horizontal bars. Interactive vertical bars.

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Abecelee tutorial 3

ABECELEE tutorial #3

  • Progress Monitoring your Users

  • Visit www.abecelee.com

This will take you

to the main page


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Click on

Log In


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Enter your

User ID and

Password


Whole class reports

Whole class Reports


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There are whole class reports.

Vertical bars.

Horizontal bars.


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Interactive vertical bars.

You can print this graph.


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Interactive horizontal bars.

You can print this graph, too.


Individual user s reports

Individual User’s Reports


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There are 3 different reports available.

Log File:

This is a recording of everything that goes in and

out of a particular user.

The information is recorded chronologically.

The point of this log file is to keep track of what

is happening with the user. If something should

malfunction within a user's performance,

this is the right way of identifying the problem.


Let s see an example of a log file

Let’s see an example of a log file.


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Dates and times...

Actions

Details

Several pages available.


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You can view the errors

made by the user in order

to remedy later doing 1-2-1

work table.

Also, you can print them

for your records

(users’ portfolios).


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Charts File:

This is a recording by level of everything

that goes in and out of a particular user.

ABECELEE creates vertical color-coded

bar graphs. If something should

malfunction within a user's performance,

this is the another way of identifying

the problem.


Here a sample of an activity page

Here a sample of an Activity Page:


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You can navigate all levels this user has visited.

You can print this graphs

for your records

(users’ portfolios)

Each bar represents

a set of 10 questions,

where height means

how many were

answered correctly.

Also color-coded,

where red = low (bad)

and green = high (good).


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Text File:

This is a text file generated for your records

(users’ portfolios) with a detailed information

of this user activity.


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You can open it in any text editor…

or you can save it.


Here is an example of text file

Here is an example of text file:


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This is the level (game #)

Date and time of the event.

How many correct out of 10

How to read this data?

What was the question and

What was the answer:

In this case the user needed

To identify the initial sound /k/

And was done incorrectly

(sound /d/ answered instead)


Changing user settings

Changing user settings.


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You can modify name

starting level. You may want

to place a user in a particular

level from diagnostic test

Applied.

This is the settings zone.

and password


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You can visualize the status of

every user.

Connected (Green)

Disconnected(Gray)

Visiting Letters in Action (Pink)

Away (Yellow)


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