School Dashboard Overview
In the Overview part of the School Dashboard, you can view at a glance how well your school is fostering a positive school climate and how engaged your students are. To access your School Dashboard, log in to Classcraft using your account at https://accounts.classcraft.com/login.
Navigating the School Dashboard
- In the School Overview, you can view your school’s climate and engagement indexes and data, the user overview, and some suggestions to improve your indexes.
- Create and manage the School Kits used in your school or provided by your district (if any) as well as MTSS behavior settings and set goals for your whole school.
- You can obtain more detailed information about what’s happening at your school in your School Data. Here, you can find more information about student behavior, teacher and student engagement, analytics, and kudos.
- The User section is where you can add, remove, or manage teachers and students.
- The Templates are a list of School Kits, Goals, and Competencies that you can browse and import to your school.
- Other sections enable you to share Classcraft, view and manage classes, and edit your security settings.
The School Overview provides you more information about Classcraft at your school.
This section informs you of the number of teachers and students playing Classcraft at your school. You can also view the status of your teachers:
- Pending: You have created these teachers’ accounts, or they had accounts before your school started playing Classcraft. Click on “Send Invitations” to activate their accounts.
- Onboarding: You have invited these teachers to join Classcraft, but they are still in the process of creating their first classes and adding their students.
- Playing: These teachers are actively playing Classcraft with their students.
If you’re not part of a district playing Classcraft, you can add teachers and students directly by clicking on the “Add Teachers” or “Add Students” buttons.
School Climate Index
Note: The School Climate Index is available starting 30 days after inviting your teachers.
The School Climate Index is calculated using aggregated data obtained from Classcraft use at your school. Many factors weigh in the index (absenteeism, the 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.
Below your score, you can see how the current School Climate Index compares to the previous period, giving you a general idea of whether the school climate at your school is improving.
Scroll down to the “School Climate & Classcraft Engagement” section to view a chart of how the School Climate Index fluctuated over time.
Note: The Classcraft Engagement Index is available starting 30 days after inviting your teachers.
The Classcraft Engagement Index indicates how Classcraft and its features are used at your school. This score is based on aggregated data such as the number of positive and negative behaviors and the number of actions in the game. The score ranges from 1 to 10, where 10 is the best possible value.
The Classcraft Engagement Index also indicates how reliable the School Climate Index is. A very high School Climate Index paired with a very low Classcraft Engagement Index may tell you that there is not enough data to give you an accurate portrait of the climate at your school.
Scroll down to the “School Climate & Classcraft Engagement” section to view a chart of how the Classcraft Engagement Index fluctuated over time.
School Climate & Classcraft Engagement Graph
A graphic displays the fluctuations of the School Climate and Engagement Indexes over a period of time. You can set a date range for this graph by clicking on the grey arrow beside the current date range. You may also choose to exclude or include weekends for more accurate data.
To view the scores for any given date, hover your cursor over any specific point in the chart. You can also see if your School Climate and Classcraft Engagement scores are improving over time (comparison data may not appear depending on the time period chosen).
Takeaways are a list of key areas that you can work on to improve your School Climate and Engagement Indexes over time. These suggestions are directly generated from the data influencing your scores.