As I write fourth and fifth grade student narrative reports for the first time, I am enjoying using Moodle‘s activity reports to add detail to each one. From the Participants list, I access each student’s profile page, which includes a tab for Reports. Moodle tracks every time a student views a resource or completes and online activity. I am then able to add comments like, “[student] played two games about online safety eight times!” I can also see what students are sufficiently excited by the website to visit it outside of class time. Our progressive elementary school does not have grades, so I don’t have much use for the grading and summary functions in Moodle. Go Moodle!