Instructional Launch Metrics View

The Instructional Launch Metrics View is a section of the School Data Dashboard that provides an easy way to track the most important Summit Learning actions at the start of the school year. 

The category and time sections empower school leaders to hone in and focus on groups of metrics by common attributes or time in which progress should be made. 

The progress indicators enable school leaders to see how well they’re pacing to hit each metric’s target thresholds. 

The time filters will automatically adjust to the timeframe set in your platform calendar (platform pacing dates). For example: if you are in the third week of instruction on the platform, the dashboard will show you the data corresponding to the “within 4 weeks” time filter. You can undo this by toggling between time filters. Note that the time filters refer to the recommended time frames to complete relevant actions during Launch, and they align to the Instructional Launch Checklist.

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To access the Instructional Launch Metrics View: 

  1. From the left navigation menu, click Educator Tools
  2. Select School Data
  3. Click the Go to Launch Metrics Dashboard from the top of the page
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Note: We automatically change the Instructional Launch Metrics View as the default dashboard during the beginning of the academic year—tracking these instructional metrics during this period is especially important to ensuring schools are set up for success. To change the default view, please see How do I change the School Data default view?


Instructional Launch Metrics Definitions 

Mentoring Metrics

% of mentor sections where 80% of students have set a goal: % of mentoring sections where at least 80% of students have set a goal.

% of mentor sections where 80% of students have had a check-in: % of mentoring sections where at least 80% of students have had their first mentor check-in.

 

Self Directed Learning Metrics

% of sections where 80% of students have passed a PFA: % of core sections (English, Science, History, Math) that have had at least 80% of students pass a Power Focus Area with an 8/10 score (7/10 for AP courses).

% of sections where 80% of students have attempted a PFA: % of core sections (English, Science, History, Math) that have had at least 80% of students attempted a Power Focus Area.

 

Projects / Math Metrics

% of project sections where 80% of students have submitted a project: % of non-math core sections (English, Science, History) that have had at least 80% of students submit a project for scoring.

% of math sections where 80% of students have submitted an end-of-unit assessment: % of math sections that have had at least 80% of students submit the first end-of-unit assessment.

% of sections where 80% of students have received R/Y/G feedback: % of core non-math sections (English, Science, History) that have had at least 80% of received red/yellow/green feedback on their project checkpoints.

% of sections where 80% of students have received comment feedback: % of core non-math sections (English, Science, History) where at least 80% of students have received a comment on a Notebook from a teacher.

 

Planning Metrics:

% of sections where teachers are adopting projects/units from preferred courses: % of core sections that have at least 75% of projects from Preferred Base Curriculum Courses.

% of ELA/HSS sections where teachers are customizing which projects are in their course: % of ELA/SS sections that had at least 1 project addition or deletion before the first day of school.

% of sections where teachers are viewing final products for the first project/unit: % of core sections (English, Science, History, Math) where at least one teacher clicked on all final products or end of unit assessments for their first project or math unit.

% of sections where 80% of students are assigned a project: % of core (English, Science, History, Math) sections that have assigned projects to at least 80% of students.

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