The learning rings are the visual representation of your child’s oral language development.
Each ring represents a place of learning and measures the different types of learning activities from those respective areas. The data is collected and organized from the different assessments performed for your child (i.e. caregiver, teacher, Elder, community).
The fuller the ring, the more opportunities for learning your child had in that activity. The faded part of each ring shows the room your child has to grow in each learning activity.
You can access you child’s learning rings from the ‘Choose Child’ and ‘Results’ pages on the navigation bar. From there, you can click on each learning ring for a full breakdown of how many learning activities have been completed or not completed.