View Students' Certification Goals and Achievements
Reading certification levels are the milestones of your students' reading practice achievements. As your students read more independently, pass quizzes, and earn points from those quizzes, they can earn reading certifications if you set certification goals. For more information, see Reader Certifications.
When you set certification goals and enable the TWI Monitoring Preference, Accelerated Reader automatically monitors student progress toward goals and awards certifications when students meet the requirements.
Who can do this with standard capabilities?
District Administrators, School Administrators, Teachers
On the Home page, if you see Accelerated Reader, click it, then click Record Books and Goals.
If you have the Accelerated Reader 360 Suite, select Independent Reading, then Record Books and Goals.
If necessary, choose a school and class from the drop-down lists on the Class Record Books page. (If you want only the Accelerated Reader RP classes you're assigned to as a teacher to be in the class list, regardless of the school, choose My Classes instead of a school.)
Click Reading Practice Certifications in the list of Class Record Books.
The View Reading Practice Certifications Record Book page lists the students in your class. For each student, the page shows the certification goal or the last certification achieved. It also includes the date the student started work on the certification and the date the student achieved the certification (if it has been achieved and there is no new goal). The Status column shows you whether the certification is in progress, has been achieved, or needs approval and whether a new goal is needed.
To see a list of a particular student's achieved certifications, click the student's name.
When you do this, the View Student Reading Practice Certification Records page shows you which certifications the student has already achieved as well as the student's current certification goal, if any. If the list of achieved certifications is long, it will be split into multiple pages; click Next >> or << Previous to move through it.