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Viewing Aggregate Progress and Performance Data
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Depending on your role(s) and permissions, you’ll be able to see different types of aggregate reporting in the Boost Dashboard. 

 

Instructors can view group reports for the groups they are part of. 

Institution supervisors can view group reports for all groups in their institution, as well as an institution report for the institution they’re part of. 

District supervisors can view institution reports for all institutions in their district, as well as the district report for the district they’re part of. 

Division supervisors can view district reports for all districts in their division. 

 

The “higher” in the hierarchy a level is, the more high-level the data available becomes - the most detailed data is available for students and groups. While division and district supervisors do not receive access to student and group reports by default, a tenant admin can provide this access to them via the Tenant Dashboard if necessary. 

Viewing All Group Data

  1. Open the Boost Dashboard and use the left-hand menu to open the Groups section.

 

 

The main page of the Groups section shows high-level data for all groups whose data you have permission to view. The following information is available for each group: 

  • Name
  • ID 
  • Date of last activity 
  • Number of instructors
  • Number of students 
  • Number of courses (Note: Course access is not tied to group membership. This column shows the total number of courses users in this group have access to.) 
  • Average session time, in minutes 
  • Average Study Plan progress percentage
  • Average score on practice questions
  • Average score on tests 
  • Average CL mastery percentage (if a course has BenchPrep Engage enabled, this indicates how many questions a user has achieved mastery on) 

 

Depending on your screen size, not all of these data points may fit on the screen at the same time. Use the scrollbar at the bottom of the page to move the table left and right. Use the drop-down menu at the top of the page to filter the data shown by course. You can also search for a specific group by name.

 

Viewing One Group's Data

1. Open the Boost Dashboard and use the left-hand menu to open the Groups section. 

2. Select the row of data next to the group’s name to view more specific data about that group only.  

 

 

The following high-level data points are available on each group’s individual page: 

  • Group name
  • Total active students
  • Total time spent (across all students in the group) 
  • Average Study Plan progress (listed as “Active Progress %”) 
  • Average score on practice questions
  • Average score on tests 
  • Average CL mastery percentage (if a course has BenchPrep Engage enabled, this indicates how many questions a user has achieved mastery on) 
  • Institution name
  • Courses that users in this group have access to 
  • The instructors assigned to this group 

 

 

The following data points for each course users in this group have access to are also shown here: 

  • Course name and ID 
  • Number of enrolled students
  • Number of active students (i.e. a user who has completed at least one activity in this course) 
  • Average session time, in minutes  
  • Average Study Plan progress
  • Average score on practice questions
  • Average score on tests 
  • Active CL students (if a course has BenchPrep Engage enabled, this indicates how many users have unlocked BenchPrep Engage) 
  • Average CL mastery percentage (if a course has BenchPrep Engage enabled, this indicates how many questions a user has achieved mastery on)

Depending on your screen size, not all of these data points may fit on the screen at the same time. Use the scrollbar at the bottom of the page to move the table left and right.

Select the row of data next to a course name to see more specific data about this group’s progress and performance within that course.  
 

 

After selecting a course, you’ll see a page similar to an individual student’s report within a course. The page has two tabs: Standard Course and Continuous Learning Series. Standard Course includes data about the main course, while Continuous Learning Series contains data specific to the BenchPrep Engage product. Even if this course does not include BenchPrep Engage, this tab will be visible. 


Standard Course

The following data is available under the Standard Course tab: 

Overall Study Plan progress percentage

Average practice score

Average test score 

Number of active students

Number of enrolled students

Date of last activity

Total minutes spent 

Average Strengths & Weaknesses for users in this group 

 

The last section of the Standard Course tab includes five tabs that show more detailed information about the group’s roster and their performance on lessons, practice questions, tests, and flashcards.

 

The Students tab shows a listing of all students in this group who also have access to this course. The listing is searchable by student name or ID and includes each student’s name, ID, date of last activity, average session time, Study Plan progress, average score on practice questions, average score on test questions, and average CL mastery percentage. The listing paginates after 25 users.

 

 

The Lessons tab shows the lessons that students in this course most often mark with a Low Confidence Level. 

 

 

The Flashcards tab shows the flashcards that students in this course most often mark with a Low Confidence Level. Depending on your screen size, not all of these data points may fit on the screen at the same time. Use the scrollbar at the bottom of the page to move the table left and right.

 

The Practice tab shows the practice questions that students in this group have missed the most frequently. The table includes the question ID, question content, answer content, the number of times users have attempted to answer the question, the number of correct answers, and the percentage of correct answers. Depending on your screen size, not all of these data points may fit on the screen at the same time. Use the scrollbar at the bottom of the page to move the table left and right. Use the category drop-down to view the most difficult questions in different categories - if you are not able to view questions within a certain category, students in this group may not have attempted those questions yet.

 

 

The Tests tab shows the test questions that students in this group have missed the most frequently. The table includes the question ID, question content, answer content, the number of times users have attempted to answer the question, the number of correct answers, and the percentage of correct answers. Use the exam drop-down to view the most difficult questions in different tests - if you are not able to view questions within a certain test, students in this group may not have attempted that test yet. 

 

Continuous Learning Series 

The following data is available under the Continuous Learning Series tab: 

  • Number of active students
  • Average cycle correctness (within the current cycle)
  • Average mastery percentage (within the current cycle) 

 

The Knowledge Breakdown by Category table includes data points specific to each content category: 

  • The group’s average foundational proficiency in each category (listed in the same format as Strengths and Weaknesses) 
  • The group’s average foundational performance (listed as a percentage) in each category
  • The group’s average current proficiency in each category
  • The group’s average current performance in each category 
  • The group’s average score across cycles 
  • The total number of questions answered in each content category 

The Average Cycle Breakdown table shows the user’s performance on past cycles, including these data points: 

  • Each cycle’s number 
  • Number of students who completed the cycle 
  • Average number of questions answered in the cycle 
  • Total number of questions in the cycle
  • Average % correct for each cycle 
     

 

 

The Details section includes a listing of all students in this group with access to this course.

Viewing All Institution Data

  1. Open the Boost Dashboard and use the left-hand menu to open the Institutions section. 

 

 

The main page of the Institutions section shows high-level data for all institutions whose data you have permission to view. The following information is available for each institution: 

  • Name
  • ID
  • Number of groups
  • Number of students
  • Number of courses
  • Average session time 
  • Average Study Plan progress
  • Average score on practice questions
  • Average score on tests 

Use the drop-down menu at the top of the page to filter the data shown by course. You can also search for a specific institution by name. 

Viewing One Institution's Data

  1. Open the Boost Dashboard and use the left-hand menu to open the Institutions section. 
  2. Select the row of data next to the institution’s name to view more specific data about that institution only. 

 

The following high-level data points are available on each institution’s individual page: 

  • Courses users in this institution have access to
  • Average Study Plan progress
  • Average score on practice questions
  • Average test score
  • Total groups 
  • Active students
  • Total students
  • Date of last activity
  • Total minutes spent 

 

 

Use the course drop-down at the top of this page to change the course you’re viewing data for.

 

 

This page also includes a list of all groups in this institution. These data points are available for each group: 

  • Name
  • ID
  • Date of last activity
  • Number of instructors
  • Number of students
  • Number of courses
  • Average session time 
  • Average Study Plan progress
  • Average score on practice questions
  • Average test score
  • Average CL mastery percentage (if a course has BenchPrep Engage enabled, this indicates how many questions a user has achieved mastery on) 

 

 

Depending on your screen size, not all of these data points may fit on the screen at the same time. Use the scrollbar at the bottom of the page to move the table left and right.


Viewing All District Data

  1. Open the Boost Dashboard and use the left-hand menu to open the Districts section. 

The main page of the Districts section shows high-level data for all districts whose data you have permission to view. The following information is available for each district: 

  • Name
  • ID
  • Number of institutions
  • Number of students
  • Number of instructors 

Viewing One District's Data

To view more information about a specific district, select the row of data next to the district’s name. This will take you to that individual district’s page.

 

The individual district page includes the district’s name, number of institutions, number of students, and number of instructors. It also includes the following data points for each institution in the district: 

  • Name
  • ID
  • Number of groups
  • Number of students
  • Number of courses
  • Average session time 
  • Average Study Plan progress
  • Average score on practice questions
  • Average test score 
     

Use the course drop-down underneath the page heading to change the course you’re viewing data for. This table paginates after 25 institutions and is searchable by institution name. 

The Student Details & Performance button opens a pop-up of information for all students in this district, including the following data points: 

  • Name
  • ID
  • Whether or not the user is an instructor (“true” or “false”) 
  • District name
  • Institution name 
  • Date of last activity
  • Number of enrolled courses 
  • Number of active courses
  • Number of active Continuous Learning series (This will only apply if BenchPrep Engage is in use) 
  • Average Study Plan progress
  • Average score on practice questions
  • Average test score
  • Average CL mastery percentage (if a course has BenchPrep Engage enabled, this indicates how many questions a user has achieved mastery on) 

 

 

Click outside of the pop-up to return to the regular page. 

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