This report will generate a PDF of the Virtual Learning Contact Form. The form will contain data regarding two-way interaction between the Teacher of Record and the student.
Forms are generated per student. If a student has a teacher that is doing instruction in more than one course, multiple courses will be included.
Note: This report will report students that have a Student Response Date in the Two-way Interaction Log and the Student Response Date must fall within the Date Range or the Count Weeks of the report.
For help with navigation and running the report, see How to Find and Generate a Report.
|Current Selection Students
|Select whether to run the export file for the selected number of students or for all students.
|Select the Count Day to run the report for (October or February).
|Select Date Range or Count Weeks
|Date Range Start Date
|Enter the start date
|Date Range End Date
|Enter the end date
|Week 1 Start Date
|Enter the week 1 start date.
|Week 2 Start Date
|Enter the week 2 start date
|Week 3 Start Date
|Enter the week 3 start date.
|Week 4 Start Date
|Enter the week 4 start date.
|Select schools to export. If none are selected the export will run for the entire district.
|Select which schools to export if applicable.
Each of the fields displayed in the output of the report is described below. See Understanding the Report Output Table for a definition of each column in the table.
|Name of the district.
|Building - Program
|Name of the school.
|Current School Year
|The term selected by the user.
|The value selected on Prompt (October or February).
|Count Day selected on the Report Parameter page.
|Name of virtual student.
|Name of the virtual teacher.
[S_MI_STU_VLMC_C]MentorTeacherUserDCID returned as:
|Date of contact from the teacher.
|Indicates that the type of contact was email.
|Indicates that the type of contact was by phone
|Face to Face
|Indicates that the type of contact was face-to-face.
|Indicates that the type of contact was by another method
|A detailed description of the teacher's interaction.
|A detailed description of the student's interaction.