School data is collected and presented in two different formats: Student Behavior and Analytics. In the Student Behavior section, you’ll find the School Climate Index, as well as a breakdown of the most commonly occurring behaviors at your school. The Analytics tracks detailed behavior changes over time to provide a clear picture of individual student growth and learning.
The Student Behavior section of the School Dashboard gives you an overview of what’s happening at your school. It provides you with information about the student body as a whole.
You can adjust the period for which you want to see data by clicking on the dates in the top part of this section. Please note that it’s not possible to use a date prior to May 16, 2018.
School Climate Index
The School Climate Index is calculated using aggregated data obtained from Classcraft use at your school. Many factors weigh in the index (absenteeism, ratio of positive and negative behaviors, etc.), but it’s meant to give you an overview of how your school is doing. The score ranges from 1 to 10, where 10 is the best possible value.
You can see a graphic displaying changes in the Index over the period of time selected. Hovering over a specific point will display the Index score for a given day. You can also see if your school climate is improving over time (comparison data may not appear depending on the time period chosen).
You can see behavior trends for Experience Points (XP), Gold Pieces (GP), and Health Points (HP) for the selected period of time. A chart will show how many points are awarded or lost per day.
A list of most common behaviors for the selected type appears below the graph, along with a list of best behaved students (for XP), most extraordinary students (for GP), and most struggling students (for HP). Navigate from one value to the other by clicking on the icons in the top right corner:
For each value, you can click on “See more” to see the full list of behaviors or students.
The last chart on this page shows how often collaborative powers are used in Classcraft and who the most collaborative students are.
You can export all of the data in a .zip file containing .csv files by clicking on the “Export” button at the top:
You can view the information related to each of your students in two ways: the Overview and the List View.
The Overview shows a student’s behavioral performance across all of their classes. The charts for Experience Points (XP) and Gold Pieces (GP) reflect positive behaviors, and the chart for Health Points (HP) shows negative behaviors.
On the graphs, the bold line represents the student’s performance while the faint line indicates the class average.
You can also choose whether to filter students by “all teachers” or an individual teacher. Additionally, you can choose whether to include XP earned through the Grade Converter events. The Grade Converter enables teachers to convert a student’s performance from assignments, tests, or quizzes into game points.
After you make changes, click the green “Filter” button to update the graphs to show the new data.
Below each graph, you can see the top events for XP and GP, as well as HP, which identify repeat behaviors, or the student’s strengths and weaknesses in the classroom.
At any time, you can click the “Show List View” button to view the data in a simplified list form. Each entry is time-stamped.