The Schoolwide Dashboard can help you see some useful metrics about the culture of your school at a glance. It is always up-to-date with the most current culture data because it updates in real time as behaviors are recorded and edited.
The default date range on the Schoolwide Dashboard is the current culture week. If desired, you can adjust the date range by clicking on the calendar icon to select a new start and end date. Then, click the gray Update button to refresh the dashboard to reflect the new date range. Your selected date range will be saved for the duration of your login session.
You can also select which data points you want to see on your dashboard by selecting or deselecting the boxes next to the options listed below the calendar. Your selections will be saved for future logins.
Average Weekly Total
The first data widget is the average weekly number of merits or dollars recorded for each grade level as well as the schoolwide average of merits or dollars. This data can help you to quickly see which grade levels have students with the most merits or dollars recorded on average. Hovering over the grade level bar graph will display the average merits or dollars for that grade.
Under the average weekly total widget, you'll see the schoolwide positivity ratio as well as positivity ratios broken down by grade level. The green portions represent the number of positive behaviors recorded, while red represents negative behaviors and gray is for neutral (or 0 value) behaviors. Hovering over the different portions of the positivity ratio graphs will provide you with the exact number of behaviors of that type recorded during the selected date range.
Behavior and Consequence Tallies
You have the option of creating tallies for specific behaviors or consequences for which you would like to know the frequency. This tally will indicate the number of timed the selected behavior(s) or consequence(s) were recorded for all students in the school within the selected time period. You can also click on the tally number to dive in to more details about those records.
To add a behavior or consequence tally, click the button in either section. From here, select the behavior(s) or consequence(s) you want to tally, type in a name for the tally (which is what will appear above the tally number on the dashboard) and then click the green button.
Once created by an admin, these tallies will be visible to all users on your school.