Hello! Thanks for checking in on this and for the feedback about the progress view. Printable / downloadable reports are still on our list of improvements we’d like to make to our progress reporting, but unfortunately, we haven’t been able to get to it yet for individual students and all courses.
In case this helps, we do have a Standards report that summarizes class progress on lessons and CSTA standards for CS Fundamentals courses (see here), but that view doesn’t show progress by individual student or individual level, and is only available for CSF 2019 and 2020 courses.
We’d love to hear more about how you’d use the printable / downloadable version of the Progress view so we can make sure we are meeting the needs of your classroom when we are able to build this. Can you share more about what information you’d want to see in that PDF and how you’d use it?
The Progress tab is an area we hear a lot of feedback about (particularly in remote learning situations), so we’ve also got a few other improvements we’re investigating based on feedback we’ve received. These changes include:
(1) Sharing more information about how students are working on levels (ex: time spent on the level, number of attempts to solve the level, date the level was last worked on, etc.) so teachers have more insight into what their students are doing;
(2) Reflecting teacher feedback in the progress view and adding some basic validation to non-validated levels (levels without a single specific solution) so teachers and students can more easily see when non-validated levels need more work by a student; and
(3) Providing a way for teachers to see just what students did in the last week or the last few days rather than only offering an ‘all time’ view of student progress in a particular course.
Feel free to comment on whether or not these changes would be helpful to you, and please share any other changes we could make to improve the usefulness of this view!