How do I use the Teacher Dashboard?

The Teacher Dashboard provides in depth data that helps instructors monitor student progress, pinpoint problem areas, and determine which sets and concepts should receive further attention in class. The teacher dashboard provides real-time learning data insights that empowers instructors to proactively meet the needs of their students. 

To view the teacher dashboard, go to the catalog, navigate to the desired course, and click the Teacher Dashboard button. 

 

The Content tab analyzes clicks on content, review performance, practice reviews completed, time spent on content, and discussions created. Expand a set to analyze data on a concept by concept level. Select a student in the student filter to see what sets and concepts have been completed in their progress map along with their individual data.

 

The Individuals tab shows a graph of student performance on practice reviews and time on task in comparison to the class average.  Instructors can adjust the dashboard by defining performance for the entire course or for a specific set. Hover over a data point to see the associated student name. Select a student in the student filter to highlight the associated data point as well as the student’s review average, number of posts, and number of comments.

 

The Aggregate tab shows a graph of student performance in comparison to the class performance. Instructors can view student performance for the entire course or for a specific set. Select a student in the student filter to overlay a line graph of their performance.

 

 

Note:
Only editing and non-editing teachers can access the teacher dashboard. Please note that these permissions are granted by your Local Administrator. Self-created accounts are given student permissions by default, so contact your Local Administrator if you do not see the teacher dashboard button on the My Courses tab of the course catalog.

From any point in the Teacher Dashboard, instructors can filter data by course or student.

 

 

 

 

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