Our Usage Dashboards make it simple for Teachers to find program usage data for their classes. By default, the Dashboard will display data for This Week. All you need to do is click the Overall tab to change the dashboard view to include all the weeks your class has been using the program. We’ll show you how to get started and how to find and understand the valuable information offered on key metrics that will assist you in understanding your students’ usage.
- Click the Dashboards menu at the top of your Educator Center screen, select Usage from the drop-down, and then click the Overall tab in the center of the page.
The Student Engagement This Week section just under the Overall tab will give you a quick snapshot of the percentages of rostered students who have been active and are on track to meet their 60 minute usage goal for the current week. The rest of the data lower on the page will cover overall usage.
- By default, the Dashboard will show data for My Math Academy. If you need data for My Reading Academy, simply click the drop-down menu in the upper-left of your screen and select that program.
- If you are seeing data for your whole school or you teach more than one class and you need to switch the class view, click Filters on the upper-left side of the Dashboard, click the Class drop-down, and select the individual class you want to view. When the data updates, click back into the grayed-out main area of the Dashboard to reactivate it.
- Scroll down the Dashboard page to see all the Overall Class and Student data available to you.
Overall Student Usage Metrics
% Of Rostered Students Who Are Active Per Week
- What is it? This report reveals the percentage of students from your roster who are actively engaged with the program each week.
- Why it matters: Understanding the percentage of active students each week helps you assess the consistency of student engagement.
% Of Active Students By Weekly Time Spent
- What is it? This report categorizes active students by the amount of time they spend engaging with the program each week.
- Why it matters: This report helps you understand the distribution of time spent among active students, enabling you to identify whether certain groups of students are investing more or less time and adjust your support or resources accordingly.
Total Weekly Minutes Per Student
- What is it? This report presents the total number of minutes each student spends engaging with the program on a weekly basis.
- Why it matters: Analyzing the total weekly minutes per student allows you to recognize students' levels of commitment and progress. You can track their dedication and take action to ensure they meet their usage goals.