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Issued Homework Report

See the details of homework set at your school by teacher, subject, class or year

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Written by Hannah Chapple
Updated over a week ago

A teacher-specific report which allows you to monitor the amount (and type) of tasks issued to the school. You can filter the results to a specific department, teacher, class or year group. It offers a more comprehensive understanding of a students' workload over a date range of your choice.

How do I generate my report?

To generate your report, please click the Reports tab on the left-hand side and select View report under Issued Homework. From here, you can filter your results according to date, year group, subject, teacher or class.

What does the report indicate?

Issued Homework reports show the exact amount (and types) of homework being set to students. It will display the issue date, due dates and creation date for each task. The coloured boxes beside the task titles will help you identify the task type.

This report will not only indicate the type of workload students are receiving but it will also give you a true insight into the teacher's quality of homework as the tasks can be accessed from this page. To do this, click on the the task title from the Task column.

It also provides a method of reviewing and realistically monitor different departments and the homework being issued for each subject or year group. It's a great way to keep track of longer projects or coursework that may be ongoing. Use the date picker across the top of the report to select as wide of a date range as you wish. 

 Top tip: Want to check whether teachers at your school are preparing homework tasks in advance of their issue date? Sort by clicking on the arrows in the Created at column!

How do I export my results?

Once you have applied the relevant filters across the top, you can then export the results to a PDF or XLS file. This ensures that your results can be populated into tables and graphs for record-keeping and presentation purposes.

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