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Determining a student’s behavior strengths and weaknesses can be helpful when having conversations with students about areas of improvement. To find this information, you can access the student’s profile.
Start by going to the Students tab and adjusting the time period for which you want to analyze the data. Click on the Time Period drop down 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.
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.
Once your filters are set, 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.
There are three views in the student profile: Timeline, Staff, and Interactions.
To see the frequency at which a student is receiving various behavior interactions, click on the Interactions view. This 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.
Sorting the Count column will allow you to determine which positive and corrective behaviors the student shows most often. This information can help you have a conversation about strengths and weaknesses with the student or his teacher to help formulate a plan for improving the student’s behavior going forward.