Student behavior

The student behavior section of your school dashboard gives you an overview of how students are acting. Here, you can see trends over time of the most common positive and negative behaviors and use of collaborative powers. Learn more about:

Filtering options


Before you start looking at the data, make sure you’re looking at the data you want to see. You can adjust the date range of all the data displayed on this page by clicking on the date field. You can also narrow your search by:

  • Student tags
  • Teacher tags
  • Teacher names

Data export

Click the Export button to export all the data from this page in a single .zip file that contains .csv files. This can enable you to create your own charts or to keep this data as a reference.


You can see data for positive behaviors (Experience Points and Gold Pieces) and negative behaviors (Hearts). A line chart shows the trend of points gain per set period (usually days or weeks). Hover your mouse over a point on the chart to see how many points were given or removed during the period it represents.

A list of the most common behaviors is displayed below the chart on the left. The number represents the number of occurrences of a behavior during the period.

On the righthand side, you can see the students who had the most occurrences of behaviors that give Experience Points or Gold Pieces or that remove Hearts, depending on the chart you’re looking at.



Being positive and hard-working is the most common behavior: staff and teachers used it 829 times during the selected timeframe.

Julio Ansari was the student whose positive behaviors granting Experience Points were flagged the most often: he received Experience Points 734 times.

Click See more below any list to view all the behaviors or student names and see the frequency.



The last chart of the student behavior page shows how often collaborative powers are used in Classcraft. Similar to the behaviors’, the chart shows use over time. Hover your mouse over a point to view how often collaborative powers were used for the period it represents (usually a day or a week).

Below the chart are listed the students who used the most collaborative powers during the period you selected and how often they used such power. Click on See more to view the full student list.