Analytics on the School Dashboard

Sometimes, you may need more information about one specific student in your school. This is where the Analytics come in handy.

Here, you'll see the overall behavioral scorecard for each student in your school and you trends related to various in-game points. These points are tallied from a vast array of sources such as behavior settings and interventions, Class Tools, Quests, etc. Gold Pieces spent inside the platform for buying gear are not tallied in this section.

Learn more about:

Overview

When you access the student overview, the first student of your list is selected and you can see the overview, which looks like this:

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Here are its main components:

1. Search bar

Start entering the first or last name of any student to automatically filter the student list.

2. Student list

All the students in your school are listed alphabetically here. Click on any name to view their analytics.

3. Current student name

This is the student's whose analytics you're currently checking.

4. Event type

Decide if you want to view the analytics for all events, a specific teacher's classes, or schoolwide events.

5. Date range

Use the first box to select a starting date. Use the second box to enter the end date. The graphs and data are updated only when you click Filter.

5. Show Grade Converter events

By default, Experience Points gained and Hearts lost from the Grade Converter events are not displayed or taken in account on the graphs or in the views. Enable this option if you want to include this data in your overview. The graphs and data are updated only when you click Filter.

7. Filter

Any changes made to the options only take effect when you click the Filter button, which updates the graphs and data displayed on the page.

8. Graphs

These graphs show you the Experience Points, Gold Pieces, and Hearts data over time.

8a. Student line

The darker line denotes the student's data during the time period.

8b. Specific point in time

Hover your cursor over a point to view the data for a specific day during the period.

8c. Class average

The paler line indicates the class average during the period. You can use this to give you a general sense of your student's performance versus their class's.

9. Top reasons

Below every graph you can find the most common reasons why the student gained or lost points during the selected period.

10. Print

Create a snapshot of this screen and print it to share with parents or other teachers.

11. Show list view

Another view is available where all behaviors are listed in order of occurrence. Click on this button to check out the list view.

12. Export data

Export all the data for all your students during the selected period to create your own graphs or analytics.

List view

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Click on the Show list view button in the upper part of the overview to switch. Here, you'll see all the points data for the set period.

To adjust the available data:

  • Change the start and end date
  • Select if you want to see Experience Points, Hearts, Gold Pieces, or all points
  • Decide if you want the Grade Converter data to be included on the list
  • Decide if you want the Collective Feedback and School Store data to be included on the list
  • Click the purple Filter button to update the list

Each entry provides the following information:

  • Type of points (Experience Points, Hearts, or Gold Pieces)
  • Reason
  • Date and time of occurrence

Printing the overview or list view

Whether you're viewing the overview or the list view, you can take a snapshot of the information and print it out. This is a great way to share information during parent teacher sessions. To do so, click the Print button in the upper right corner.

Exporting the data

To download the raw data you're viewing, click the Export all button in the upper right corner. Doing so exports all the data for all your students for the selected time period in a .csv file. You can open this file using your favorite spreadsheet document to parse the information and make tables as you need.

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