School Usage Report

Start tracking how teachers and students use Happy Numbers at the school level

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What does the report entail?

The Usage Report displays how teachers and students use Happy Numbers at the school level. We believe that program use can be characterized by two metrics: Attendance rate and time spent. The attendance rate shows how many students log into Happy Numbers and start working on exercises. Time spent reveals how long students in attendance were active on Happy Numbers. The Usage Report is intended to be a critical tool for admins, allowing them to monitor how the whole school and each class use Happy Numbers during the school year based on these two metrics.

How to read the Usage Report

The report consists of two main sections: diagrams that display general schoolwide data and a tab where admins can access details on individual classes.

The upper diagrams allow admins to monitor the dynamics of two key indicators throughout the year: attendance and time spent. For each of these, you can view the data by week and by month. Remember that the monthly graphs count the average weekly attendance for that month.

Attendance diagrams

On the attendance tabs, administrators check the schoolwide attendance rate and how it has fluctuated throughout the year. The current week and month are highlighted for easy reference. Filtering attendance data by grade level and teacher type is also possible using the filters above the chart.

Time spent diagrams

The time spent diagrams show the average amount of time students in attendance were active on Happy Numbers by a week or month. This section can also be filtered by grade level using the same filter.

Class data

The section below the diagrams shows admins detailed data on how individual classes have been using Happy Numbers. The average of the previous 4 weeks provides admins with the overall level of recent usage, leveling out periodic fluctuations. The previous week's number indicates the direction of usage change. All classes are sorted by default by classroom grade, then by 4-week average attendance rate. There is an option to sort the classes by any metric in the table.

Below is an example of the kind of class and teacher data admins can find by expanding the entry using the down arrow on the right.

  1. The teacher has set up a kindergarten class in Happy Numbers

  2. 20 students have been enrolled

  3. On average, 53% of students started working on tasks weekly in the previous 4 weeks (does not include the current week)

  4. 89% of students started working on tasks the previous week

  5. On average, students in attendance spent 20 minutes working on tasks weekly in the previous 4 weeks (does not include the current week)

  6. Students in attendance spent 37 minutes the previous week

  7. By clicking on the arrow, you will collapse or expand individual class data

  8. By clicking on the icon, you will enter the teacher's HappyNumbers account, where the teacher's weekly dashboard will give insight into each student's weekly performance

  9. The student Attendance Rate diagram shows the dynamics of class attendance throughout the year

  10. The Time Spent per Student diagram shows how much active time students in attendance spend on average

  11. By clicking on the filter, you can shift between weekly and monthly diagrams

Admins should encourage teachers to motivate their students to use Happy Numbers regularly and complete their targets. This will bring about the most significant math growth for your students. To learn more about the Usage Report and request help, please contact us at or via live chat.

Happy Learning!

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