Reference material available on the Pearson SuccessNet website includes a quick-start guide for teachers and administrators, and orientation videos and progress reports for students and parents. Pearson SuccessNet is an interactive, online educational tool that students, teachers and administrators of elementary and middle schools can use to supplement their math and reading skills.
Pearson SuccessNet contains reference material for teachers and administrators that includes teacher and student editions of texts, and materials used to develop the lessons presented by the course. It also includes tutorials that demonstrate how teachers may set up their courses, assign lessons and remedial tools, and administer tests. The teacher and administrator have access to guides that demonstrate how they can view and monitor a student’s progress and test results, and to reference material that provides analysis of test results and student performance.
Videos for students and parents provide an orientation to the system and explanations on how students and parents can review test results to determine which skills the student has mastered and which skills needs additional attention. The tutorials also describe the home page layout and outline the function of each tab and feature. They explain how to review the student’s lesson and test progress, and what remediation and enrichment tools are available. The site also provides test reports that display a student’s test score, how each question was graded, areas in which the student has demonstrated proficiency, and the areas in which the student needs to focus. The report also allows parents and students to view the actual correct and incorrect questions, if the system administrator has enabled this feature.