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To take a closer look at a specific student’s data, you can access the student’s profile.
Go to the Students view, then click on the student’s name in the Name column.
You can also access a student’s profile by typing the student’s name into the search bar on the top of the screen.
Note: Any of the parameters you set on the main Students tab--in either the Advanced Filters or on the calendar function--will persist for the data found in the student profile.
There are three views in the student profile: Timeline, Staff, and Interactions.
The Timeline view is helpful if you’d like to see a chronological log of a student’s interaction history. This view will list every interaction recorded for the student from most recent to least recent. Each record will include the staff member who recorded the interaction, the time the interaction was recorded, any notes that were attached to the interaction, and the interaction’s value.
The Staff view is helpful if you’d like to see how the volume or positivity of interactions varies by teacher for the student. This view will list all staff members and the number of interactions they have recorded for the student as well as the positivity ratio of the recorded interactions by each staff member. You can click the blue heading names to sort the rows from highest to lowest or vice versa.
The Interactions view is helpful if you’d like to see which interactions are being recorded most frequently and least frequently for the student, which can help indicate trends in a student’s behavior. This view will list all interactions and the number of times the interaction has been recorded for the student as well as the interaction’s value. The colored dots on the left hand side indicate the interaction’s quick button color if there is one associated with it. You can click the blue heading names to sort the rows from highest to lowest or vice versa.