Being able to see which groups of students have increased or decreased the number of certain interactions over a given time period can help you see patterns in classroom-wide behavior across the school. For example, if you are trying to focus on the Core Value of Kindness one quarter, you can see which classrooms increased the amount of times Kindness was recorded.
To find this information, click on the Students tab on the top left of the screen.
Adjust the date range for which you want to analyze the data. Click on the Time Period dropdown in the top right, then click on any two dates to select a range. Once the start and end dates are selected, click anywhere outside the dropdown to apply the date range filter.
Double check that you have all the groups you need selected. When you first log in to Kickboard Answers, the student selection will be filtered to only your default group. If you want to include all groups, click the arrow on the Include dropdown then click Check All.
To select which behavior(s) you would like to include in the search, click the Advanced Filters button.
Use the Interactions dropdown to filter down to a specific category of interactions. Click Uncheck All, then check off only the categories you want to include. If you want to choose specific behaviors from within a category, click Show Interactions.
This will display all behaviors and consequences on your site grouped by their category names. Select the box(es) next to the behavior(s) you want to include in the total count per group.
Next, click the graph icon to bring you to the graph visualization of the data.
You will see a graph that includes data points for each day in the selected date range and a line representing the positivity ratio for all of your groups. You want to view the number of interactions, so change the Metric dropdown to Interactions. Changing the Unit to Weeks will create a point on the graph for every week included in the selected time period. Changing the Unit to Month will create a point on the graph for every month included in the selected time period.
Hover over any of the points on the graph to find the exact number of interactions for the group on the corresponding day or week. In this example, Weeks is the selected unit. On the week of September 22, the group 3rd Grade Gorillas had 17 of the selected interaction recorded.
One week later, on September 29th, there were 2 recorded interactions for the group. Over the course of one week, the number of recorded interactions for the group decreased by fifteen.
If you hover your mouse over one of the groups listed under the graph, it will highlight that line in the graph.