What is the Leaderboard?
The Leaderboard is a feature that ranks your students based on their individual point totals. You can use the Leaderboard to see students’ daily averages, weekly averages, or balances for any date range. You can also filter it down to a specific grade level or group.
To filter data, on the Leaderboard:
Adjust the date range.
Select which metric you want to use. You can choose between Daily Average, Weekly Average, or Balance.
Select which grade level or group you want to view.
When you have adjusted all the filters, click the gray Filter Leaderboard button to view the data.
Adjust students from the lowest to highest metric by clicking on the header of the far right column above their average or balance.
If your site has the Bank Purchase system enabled, you can also select the Show Bank Balance option when you are using the Balance metric. This will list students' bank balances as well as their overall balances.
To export the data into a spreadsheet, click the blue Export button at the top of the page.
How Can I Use the Leaderboard?
Many schools with positive practices tie student behavior into eligibility for field trips. For example, you might determine that any student with a balance of above $200 at the end of the month gets to participate in a field trip. To find out which students are eligible:
- Go to Culture > Leaderboard
- Click the Calendar icon to adjust the date range
- Select the Balance option from the dropdown
- Click Filter Leaderboard
Students will appear in order of highest to lowest balance for that time period. Click here for more ideas about school-wide incentives.