Manage your learners

Learn how to search your class roster, email individual learners, remove learners from your Cohort, and more.

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Written by Laurie Garcia
Updated over a week ago

Pathwright provides you with online "super powers" to help take the busywork out of teaching. Use the learner manager to find learner data and management tools quickly. 

How to manage your learners

From the course Path, open the learner manager by selecting "View Learner Progress" from the drop down menu OR by clicking on the learner avatars on the right side of the Path.

When you open that up, you'll be able to view all learners or use the search and filter features at the top to narrow your results. 

You can search by name or by email address. 

You can filter search results by Progress, Activity, Joined, Score. Progress is the percentage of steps they have completed. Activity is the last time the learner logged into the course. Joined is when the learner joined the Cohort. Score is number of points earned (visible only if points are assigned). You can reverse the filters (new-old, high-low) by hitting the double arrow icon to the right of the search bar. 


Select a learner's email address under additional actions (looks like a vertical ellipsis) on the right to send an email to that individual. Click to send an email from your default email server. Right click to copy the email address. 

Or, select the Message button to send an email to everyone enrolled in the Cohort.


Use the "Remove from cohort" option under additional actions to remove a learner from a Cohort. Note: this permanently deletes the enrollment and all progress associated with the enrollment. It does not delete the user's account or data in other courses or affect their ability to log in. Contact support if you have any questions about this.

Download Reports

The download arrow icon in the upper right corner will open downloadable reports with learner information.

Need to invite or add additional people to your cohort? See how to share your course here.

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