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A teacher comes to you with a concern about the behavior of one of his students. You want to see if this student is having similar behavior issues with all her teachers. You can see this information by navigating to the Students profile.
First, go to the Students tab and set the date range you are interested in. 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. Once this is done, 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.
To see how a student’s interactions vary among the teachers she interacts with, click the Staff tab.
For each staff member, you will see see the number of interactions that were assigned to the selected student as well as the positivity ratio of those interactions. To sort this list from highest to lowest interaction count, click the Interactions column header twice. You can then compare the positivity ratios between teachers to see in which classes a student is having more positive or corrective interactions.
This information can help you identify differences in a student’s behavior from class to class. If a teacher seems to be recording mostly corrective behaviors for a student, you could reach out to that teacher to see what she is doing to build a relationship with the student.