The Interactions page has the ability to display various data points about each student and group. This article explains what each data point represents. You can control which data points are shown on screen by adjusting your display settings.
In the gray box in the center of the group or student card, you will see a dollar or point balance. For a student, this represents the total dollars or total points accumulated from behavior records for the selected time period. For the group, this will be the average balance for all students in the selected group. If your school uses both a dollar system and a point system, you will see both balances in the gray box together.
The percentage positivity and green bar on the bottom of each card represent the percentage of behaviors logged during the selected time period that were positive. This metric is sometimes called the positivity ratio. This is calculated based on the positivity type setting of each behavior that exists for your school in Kickboard. The positivity type of each behavior can be adjusted by a School Admin or Kickboard Admin on the Behaviors page.
You may see some colored flags on the right side of the group or student card. These flags indicate that a student has been added to a smart group (also known as a consequence roster). You can hover over a flag to get more information about which smart group the flag represents and why the student was added to it. For more information about how students can be flagged, click here to learn about consequence triggers.
When you hover over a student's card, you will see a person icon appear in the bottom right of the card. Clicking that profile icon will bring you to the student's profile page in a new browser tab.
The student profile page includes more details about the student’s behavior history. Click here to learn more.
Note: You can also get to this profile by searching for a particular student in the search bar at the top right of the page.