EAB: Navigate- Progress Reports Overview

Summary:

This article provides an overview of the Early Assessment Progress Report process using EAB Navigate that takes place around the 5-8 week mark into a semester.

Content:

Progress Reports focus on approximately weeks 5-8 of a semester to identify students who's performance is below average in a course.  Early Assessment Progress Reports replace mid-term assessments for students.  This allows the student’s support team to be alerted sooner in the semester so that they can take action earlier opposed to later in the semester when it is often difficult to intervene.  Progress reports will encompass all courses.

Goals of Progress Reports

  • Help students receive support earlier in the semester
  • Capture and understand volume of students at risk
  • Measure effectiveness of student nudges
  • Better understand academic resource needs
  • Provides continued follow up on those that continue to struggle

 

Process Flow

  1. Faculty receives progress report link from  EAB (Navigate)
  2. Faculty submits progress report for ONLY those students who may need additional support to pass their course
    1. Only students that require support need to be flagged
    2. Comments submitted in the Progress Report will be seen by the student
  3. Students who are flagged receive automated emails notifying them of the concern
  4. College makes contact with student to check-in, providing support as needed 
    1. NOTE this method of contact varies by college and is defined by the Dean’s Office

 

Information for Faculty Submitting Progress Reports

Identifying Students with Alerts

Resources Available to Students Requesting Academic Assistance

 

Need additional help?

Please fill out theEAB (Navigate) web form with as much information as possible, or contact the ET&S Help Desk team on your local campus.

For additional Training please visit the AT Docs & Training site

Details

Article ID: 1877
Created
Fri 7/19/19 6:25 PM
Modified
Wed 1/19/22 11:05 AM
Applicable Institution(s):
Plymouth State University (PSU)
University of New Hampshire (UNH)