The Class Progress area of the Teacher Dashboard offers you the ability to see how each student is doing with math concepts covered in the game. The colour-coding of the performance data dots make it easy to identify trends, strengths, and weaknesses at a glance.
As you might expect, green indicates good performance while red indicates that the student may need some support. Here are some more details about what the colours of the dots mean and how they are determined:
Green = Good
The student has earned 90% or higher on all of the activities they have attempted relating to the math concept.
Yellow = Satisfactory
The student has earned between 75% and 90% on one or more of the activities they have attempted relating to the math concept.
Red = Needs Help
The student has earned 75% or lower on one or more of the activities they have attempted relating to the math concept.
Grey = No Gameplay Yet
The student has not yet attempted any of the activities relating to the math concept.
Checkmark = Complete
The student has completed all of the in-game activities related to the math concept. This is an indicator of game progress - not student performance.
Now that we know what these colours mean, let’s see if we can identify some trends from a class’ data. Take a look at this data sample. What trends can you identify? Consider both individual trends (horizontally) and class-wide (vertically) trends.
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