What does the report entail?
The usage report displays information about 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 target completion. The attendance rate shows how many students log into Happy Numbers and start working on exercises. The other metric, target completion, reveals student effectiveness: how much students succeed in completing their time and task targets. The usage report is intended to be the key tool for admins, providing them with the ability to monitor how each particular class uses Happy Numbers based on the metrics mentioned above.
The report consists of two main sections: diagrams that display general schoolwide data and a tab where admins can access details on individual classes. For convenience, the report displays school and class metrics from the last two weeks by default. However, admins can get a more specific report by using the calendar date option along with grade, teacher-type filters. For instance, admins can check on how teachers piloting a third-grade class were using the program within the period from September to December.
The diagrams display the two main metrics: attendance rate and target completion.
In the attendance section, admins can check the attendance rate of the entire school and the average number of students who logged in during the last two weeks. There is also an option to filter the attendance data by grade and teacher type by using the slider above the diagram.
The target completion section shows admins the total school target completion rate calculated in time and how much time students spend on average on Happy Numbers. This section can also be filtered by grade using the same slider.
How Target Completion Rate is calculated
The target completion rate reveals student effectiveness and how much students succeeded in completing their time and task targets.
(1) At the student level, this rate shows the better percentage of time target & task target completions.
(2) At the class or school level, this rate is calculated as the average rate among all students who were active.
Read more about Weekly Time Target and Task Target in How To Use Weekly Targets
The tab below the diagrams shows admins detailed data on how individual classes used Happy Numbers in the last two weeks or a different time period selected within the calendar. All classes are sorted by default by teacher’s grade which was handed over to HappyNumbers during the school onboarding process, then by attendance rate. You can also sort the classes by attendance or target completion.
The rates have three color indicators:
Green if the rates reach at least 60%
Orange if the rates stay between 20-60%
Red if the rates are under reach 20%.
Below is an example of the kind of class and teacher data admins can find in the tab.
This teacher has been rostered as a first-grade teacher.
The teacher has set up a kindergarten class in Happy Numbers
23 students have been enrolled.
On average, 29% of students logged in weekly in the last two weeks.
On average, 29% of students who logged in completed the target by 70%.
By clicking the Show details button, you will see how much the class has advanced this school year based on the Attendance and Target Completion metrics.
By clicking on the GO button, you will enter the teacher's HappyNumbers account.
By clicking the blue checkbox, you will see the Attendance rate metric.
By clicking the green checkbox, you will see the Target Completion metric.
We suggest that admins encourage teachers to motivate their students to use Happy Numbers regularly and complete their targets. This will bring about the greatest math growth for your students. To know more about the usage report and request help, please contact us at email@example.com or via live chat.