Student Accounts & Reports


Unlimited Students with Record Keeping

Language Builder by Stages Learning App Landing Page


Version 1.1 of the Language Builder from Stages App includes unlimited student accounts with record keeping capabilities to track student progress.

Teachers and clinicians can create an individual profile for each student they work with. This allows the professional to create and save student-specific settings within each of the activities for each individual student, rather than changing the settings each time you use the app with a different student. You can now also track student progress within the app with the reports feature, which is great for professionals and parents alike! You can see information on lessons completed, the number of words correct or incorrect, and the types of prompts that were needed, all in one place! You can even track the student’s progress over time by looking at activities completed by date.

Creating Student Accounts

Main Menu and Demo of the Language Builder App

Reporting Student Progress

General Settings for the App
Identical Matching Settings for the app




Reports Overview

You can track individual students’ progress within the student profiles by using the reports feature. Reports provide information on how long it took the student to complete an activity, the number of targets and distractors used, details about prompts used, if any, and percentage correct for each target word. You can also track the student’s progress over time by looking at activities completed by date. This feature is available in both the Basic and Pro versions of the Language Builder from Stages app.

What is tracked in the Reports section?

1. Setting Data

For each date you use the app with a specific student,

2. Results Overview

3. Trial Data


Activity-Specific Settings

On the left hand side of the Settings screen is a list of the 6 activities for which you can choose settings. The setting choices vary a bit for each activity. Details for each of the activity settings are found under the activity descriptions. The video to the right gives a good overview of how the settings function

Skip Activity Option:The Skip Activity switch lets you turn off or on a feature which will present an arrow at the bottom of the screen where you can advance past a trial if your student gets stuck.

Additional Settings:

Positioning and Repetition


Instructions & Reinforcement

Word Lists

The word lists allow you to choose your Target words (the word the student is actually practicing) and your Distractor words for the Identical and Similar Matching, and Receptive Labeling activities.

  • When you touch a card once in the word list, it will get a check mark next to it indicating it is a TARGET CARD.
  • To include DISTRACTOR CARDS in the field, touch the word in the list twice.

By selecting separate TARGET CARDS and DISTRACTOR CARDS you have the ability to distinguish which cards your student is actually practicing and which cards are the distractors.

The Expressive Labeling, Picture ID and Sorting activities use only TARGET words.

You can view the word lists either Alphabetically or by Category by selecting the view at the bottom of the word list. Specific functionality of the Word List is found under each of the activity descriptions.

For more on TARGET and DISTRACTOR words click here.

Word Lists for choosing activity cards