Albert's Class Dashboard (also known as the Overview sub-tab) is the home page for your class. It gives you a quick, high-level overview of the usage and performance of your students.

Specifically, the Dashboard can answer the following questions:

  • How many questions have each of my students answered?

  • How many questions has my entire class answered?

  • How many students were active this week or this month?

  • Which students are struggling or doing well?

  • Have my student re-answered questions and are they doing better when they re-answer questions?

  • How much time have my students spent on Albert?

Here is an example of a Class Dashboard with students organized by mastery level columns and sorted by student name:

Filtering the Dashboard

There are 3 ways to filter the dashboard:

  • Subject: This is only relevant if your class is associated with multiple subjects.

  • Attempt number: The Class Dashboard defaults the raw accuracy and question attempts to students' most recent attempts. For example, if a student answers a question twice, the class dashboard will include only the data from their second, or "most recent" attempt. Changing this dropdown to "first" or "second" would reveal the students' data from only the chosen attempt.

  • Date range: By default, this is set to the past month. However, this can be easily customized to be whatever date range you'd like.

Student Data

The student cards are arranged in columns by Mastery Level. Within those columns, we provide three options for ordering the student cards:

  • Student name (ascending): This sorts the student cards by first name, ascending.

  • Total questions (descending): This sorts the student cards by total questions answered with the defined scope, in descending order.

  • Raw accuracy (descending): This sorts the student cards by raw accuracy on assignment and independent practice questions attempted within the defined time frame, in descending order.

Finally, clicking on any student's card will take you into the Student Profile view, which provides more detailed reports about student usage and performance.

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