School Data Dashboard

The School Data Dashboard is meant to show the overall health of your school based on Summit Learning metrics.   


 

What is the Student Outcomes Dashboard?

The Student Outcomes dashboard shows how your school is doing against the metrics. Hover over any metric to see the number of students and the percentage value for each respective category.
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Click View Details to go to a data page where you can quickly jump into other tabs on the right. The tabs give grade level, mentor, teacher, and course level insights. 
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What is the Student Outcomes Over Time dashboard?

The Student Outcomes Over Time dashboard helps you see school data over the course of the year. From the top right, you can filter the data (by Course Incompletes, Power Focus Areas, Projects, Cognitive Skills/Math Units) so that you can view trends for those specific metrics. You can hover over past dates to see historical data. 
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How often is the dashboard updated?

The dashboard is updated daily and therefore meant to show a day-by-day view of your school’s metrics. You can see the last updated time directly under the school name on the School Data Dashboard page.
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Note: If you notice differences between the data shown in the dashboard and other areas of the platform, this is likely due to the dashboard’s daily sync versus the other areas of the platform that live update. 

 


What do the metrics in the dashboard mean?

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Incompletes
  • 0 Incompletes: % of students at my school currently passing all of their courses
  • 1 Incomplete: % of students at my school currently passing all but 1 of their courses
Power Focus Areas
  • On Track: % of students at my school on track in all focus areas across all of their courses
  • 1-2 Behind: % of students at my school who are 1-2 focus areas behind. The students in this group are NOT 1-2 behind in every course they take, but in total across all their courses. For example, if John is on track in Math, Englis%h, and History, but 1 focus area behind in Science, he will be in the “1-2 Behind” group. If another student, Matt, is 1 focus area behind in Math, 1 in English, 0 in History, and 2 in Science, then he will be in the 3-4 behind group, since he is 4 focus areas off track total.
  • 3-4 and 5+ Behind: see above
Projects
  • 0 Overdue: % of students at my school who have no overdue projects in any of their courses
  • 1 Overdue: % of students at my school who have 1 project overdue total, across all of their projects. This works very similarly to the way “1-2 Behind” works in the PFA metric.
Math Units
  • This is calculated the same way as cognitive skills, but since a student is typically only in one math course at a time, it’s often simply his/her concept percentage in that course.


Project-Based Learning Implementation

This section shows you data about how project-based learning implementation is going at your school. It shows you the percentage of students are assigned projects, have requested feedback, and have received feedback, as well as data around project scoring. 
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Projects Currently Assigned
  • % of students at my school who currently have a project assigned to them in any of their courses. We define a student as having a project currently assigned to them if they are assigned the project in the Platform and the project is not past its due date. It is not dependent on whether or not the student has submitted/resubmitted/not submitted the project
Feedback requested in the last 2 weeks
  • % of students at my school who have requested feedback on a checkpoint in any of their courses in the past 2 weeks
Feedback given in the last 2 weeks
  • % of students at my school who have been given checkpoint feedback in the past 2 weeks for a project in any of their courses
Projects submitted but not scored
  • % of students who have submitted a project, but that project has not yet been scored by their teacher 
Projects scored in last 2 weeks
  • % of students who have received a project score in the past 2 weeks for a project in any of their courses

 

Self Directed Learning Implementation

This section shows you data about how content/focus areas are doing at your school. It shows you the percentage of students at your school who have attempted a focus area in the last two weeks, the percentage of students who are fewer than 3 PFAs behind. 
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Used the Platform in the last 2 weeks
  • % of students at my school who have logged in/accessed the Platform in the past 2 weeks
Assessment taken in the last 2 weeks  
  • % of students at my school who have taken an assessment in any of their courses in the past 2 weeks 

 

1:1 Mentoring Implementation

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Set Goals in Last Week (1:1 Mentoring Implementation)

  • % of students who have set a goal in the past 7 days 
Checked-In In Last 2 Weeks (1:1 Mentoring Implementation)
  • % of students who have had a mentor check-in in the Platform in the past 2 weeks
 Checked-In In Last 4 Weeks (1:1 Mentoring Implementation)
  •  % of students who have had a mentor check-in in the Platform in the past 4 weeks
Average Check-In Length During Last 4 Weeks (1:1 Mentoring Implementation)
  • For all mentor check-ins that occurred at this school in the past 4 weeks, take the average length of time that they lasted
 

 

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