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In previous posts, I detailed the collection of reports that I titled as the Student Life Cycle reports. This included the Admission Reports, Enrollment Reports, and the Graduation Reports. In this post, I’ll detail the reports that belong to the Statistics Reports group. This includes the Clinical Instructor Statistics Report, Disposition Infraction Statistics Report, Enrollment Statistics Report, and Faculty Statistics Report. These reports are fairly straight forward and they all follow a similar structure despite working with different information.
These reports existed within the old system but were further extended in the new system by increasing the number of fields able to be chosen and also the ability to drill down to individual instances.
The Clinical Instructor Statistics Report allows the user to choose a selection of fields of information relevant to the Clinical Instructor’s information.
Choosing one or multiple fields essentially groups and counts the number of clinical instructors that share the discrete values for those fields. Fields such as Age, Years Experience, are treated as averages in addition to the general count for each value.
If the user proceeds to select a specific field value or combination of field values, the report will drill down to show the individuals which share those requirements.
The Disposition Infraction Statistics Report concerns the disposition infraction information. Despite dealing with different information, the behavior is the same. Since we are dealing with different information, the fields to choose are different and the user can drill down to individual disposition infraction instances.
These different fields include:
The Enrollment Statistics Report provides the same behavior of the above but primarily concerns the enrollments information. The user can further drill down to the individual enrollments.
This includes the following fields:
The Faculty Statistics Report concerns the faculty information so it involves the following selectable fields.
Age, Employment Time, Higher Education Time all are treated as averages for the combination of field values selected.
This post is about the project, DREAM
An online electronic assessment system for the purpose of collecting assessment data regarding student teachers and counselors throughout their collegiate career. The system also electronically facilitates a large number of other institutional processes in an effective manner.
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