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Classroom Dashboard

Classroom dashboard is an efficient and time-saving way of seeing the progress of all the learners with respect to the participated posts, lessons read, assessments submitted, comments/replies created, and time spent in a particular classroom.

In this article we will talk about classroom dashboard in detail with the focus on how this information is consolidated and arranged on the classroom dashboard page.

This article will guide you on:

Accessing classroom dashboard

1. On the homepage, hover over a classroom card and click Dashboard of the required classroom.

You can also access a classroom's dashboard from the tabs inside a classroom.

2. You will be taken to the classroom dashboard page which shows all the learners' progress with respect to posts, comments, lessons and assessments.

Please note that all the data shown on the dashboard page will be populated for the last month, by default. You can click and change the date range to see the data from the respective dates as per your requirement.

Understanding classroom dashboard statistics

People Block

People block shows you the following information:

1. People block shows the count of the total number of people in the classroom, including learners and instructors. On hover, People block shows you the active users out of the total users in the classroom.

2. Hover over the bar chart to see the number of visits to the classrooms as per the set date range filter. All days with at least one visit will be shown as a vertical bar along with the respective count and date.

3. Hover over Best Day section to view the day on which the highest number of visits were made to the classroom by its members.

Post Block

Posts block shows you the following information:

1. Posts block shows the total number of posts created in the classroom by all users, including learners and instructors. On hover, it shows the number of posts that have participation (comment and replies) out of the total number of posts made in the classroom.

2. Hover over the bar chart to see the daily number of posts, comments & replies made by learners as per the set date range filter. All days with at least one post / comments / replies will be shown as a vertical bar along with the respective count and date.

3. Maximum number of posts, comments & replies made by learners on a particular day is shown when you hover over the "Best Day" section.

Lessons (Units) Block

Lessons block shows you the following information:

1. Lesson block shows the total number of published lessons in the classroom. On hover, it shows the number of lesson(s) that are read by all the learners of the classroom out of the total number of published lessons in the classroom.

2. When you hover over the bar chart, it shows the number of lesson pages accessed by learners daily. All days with at least one lesson page being accessed by learners will be shown as a vertical bar along with the respective count and date.

3. The information about the maximum number of lesson pages accessed by learners on a particular day will be shown when you hover over the "Best Day" section.

Assessments Block

Assessments block shows you the following information:

1. Assessments block shows the total number of published assessments in the classroom.On hover, it shows the number of assessments submitted by the learners out of the total number of published assessments in the classroom.

2. When you hover over the graph section, it shows the number of submissions made to assessments by learners in the classroom as per the set date range filter. All days with at least one learner submission will be shown as a vertical bar along with the respective count and date.

3. Maximum number of submissions made to assessments by learners on a particular day is shown when you hover over the "Best Day" section.

Learning Progress

1. Learning progress section shows list of all the learners, of the classroom, along with progress they have made with respect to posts and comment / replies created, lessons read, and assessments submitted. This gives you an overall idea about how your learners are doing in the classroom.

By default all the learners and their stats are shown in alphabetical order. You can sort the list of learners based on filters that appear in the learning progress section.

Instructors and members of the classroom with roles other than the "learner" role at the classroom level are not considered for the learning progress data and hence not displayed on the classroom dashboard page.

2. As an instructor, you will see vital information for each learner. When you hover over Post Created stat, it will show the total number of posts created by the learner in the classroom.

3. Hovering over Comment Posted stat tells you the total number of comments posted by the learner on the posts in the classroom.

4. Hovering over Replies Posted stat tells you the total number of replies added by the learner on comments made on post(s) in the classroom.

5. When you hover over the Lessons Read stat, it shows the total number of lesson read by the learner in the classroom.

A lesson is considered as read when a learner reads / accesses all the pages of a lesson.

6. Hovering over Assessments Submitted excluding Offline Tests stat tells you the total number of submission made by the learner for the assessments in the classroom except the offline tests.

An offline test is a type of assessment that learner takes offline and whose score is recorded on Teamie by the instructor.

7. Hovering over Time Spent in classroom (hours) stat tells you the total time spent by the learner in that classroom. Total time spent by a learner in a classroom includes the time spent by the learner on lessons, assessments and participation on the newsfeed of that classrooms. It is shown in hours.

Exporting Classroom dashboard data

1. You can export the classroom dashboard's data for your reference in the form of an excel sheet. Select a specific period date range from the date picker.

Please note, you cannot export module dashboard data of more than 90 days in one go.

By default, last one month will be set as the default date range.

2. After you have selected the desired dates from the date picker, click Export Data to export the module dashboard data. The format of the exported file is: "Classroom name_Export_Current-Date_Current-Time".

3. Export data process begins.

Note: Ensure you do not close / back the browser window/tab at this stage till the process reaches 100 %, since it will abort the import process.

4. Once the file is downloaded, you can Open the file to view the classroom dashboard stats in excel sheet.

5. The module dashboard data is categorized in different sheets as stated below:

Info

  • Member Visits
  • Participation
  • Lessons
  • Assessments
  • Learning Progress
  • Time Spent
  • Lesson Access Stats

6. On the Member Visits sheet, you will see the the daily number of visits made by the members. This count increases whenever classroom members access the classroom landing page.

7. On the Participation sheet, you will see the sum of daily number of posts, comments & replies made by the learners.

8. On the Lessons sheet, you can see the total number of lesson pages accessed by the learners on a particular day.

9. On the Assessments sheet, you can see the Daily Number of Assessment Submissions made by Learners on a particular day.

10. On Learning progress sheet, you can view the following stats for each classroom member:

a. Percentage of posts participated by each learner.

b. Percentage of lessons read by each learner.

c. Submission made to assessments excluding Offline Tests by each learner.

d. Percentage of Submission made to assessments excluding Offline Tests by each learner.

11. On Time Spent sheet, you can see the time spent by each learner on lessons, assessments and newsfeed. Also, the total time spent in the classroom will be shown for each learner.

12. On the Lesson Access Stats sheet, you will see the number of times a lesson is accessed by a learner along with the number of pages read of that lesson and the percentage of pages read. Also, the last accessed date will be shown for the lesson by that learner.

13. As an instructor when you access a classroom's dashboard page and you don't see any count in Posts, lessons and Assessments section, that means you have not yet created any posts or lessons or assessments in that classroom. In that case, you will see a smiley face in each section instead of any data.

14. Similarly if you have not added any learners to a classroom, then the learning progress section will show no learners in that classroom.

Please note that all the data shown on the dashboard page will be populated for the last month, by default. You can click and change the date range to see the data from the respective dates as per your requirement.

Sorting learner's data

There are a few additional filters that can be used for sorting learners activity on a classroom dashboard. You will be able to sort on the basis of the following:

Sort by alphabetical order

1. By default, learners stats are sorted in alphabetical and ascending order.

2. You can click the Ascending sort filter to see the Alphabetical filter in descending order.

Sort by Post Created

1. Click Post Created to see the posts created by learners in ascending order. You can click on the Ascending filter to sort the post created stats in descending order, if required.

Sort by Comments/Replies created

1. Click Comments/Replies created to see the comments & replies made by learners in ascending order. You can click on the Ascending filter to sort the comments and replies stats in descending order, if required.

Sort by Assessments submitted

1. Click Assessments submitted to view learners stats who have made a submission to the assessments in ascending order. You can click on the Ascending filter to sort the stats in descending order, if required.

Sort by Units Read

1. Click Units Read to view learners stats who have read the units completely in the classroom in ascending order. You can click on the Ascending filter to sort the stats in descending order, if required.

A unit is considered as completely read when the learner accesses all the pages of that unit.

Sort by Time Spent

1. Click Time Spent to view total time spent by learners in the classroom in ascending order. You can click on the Ascending filter to sort the stats in descending order, if required.

Time spent in the classroom = time spent on lessons + time spent on assessments + time spent on classroom's newsfeed

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