How to Use Insights and Reactions
We know many schools are driven by data; you can now access your group level analytics to get a clear view of your students’ progress. Reactions allow your students to provide immediate qualitative insights. For example, your student can let you know when a question is too hard, or you can provide some encouragement to students . The insights page compiles these reactions to provide a quick pulse of the group through aggregate reactions.
How to Instruct Students to React to a Post
- Click the reaction icon at the bottom of the post
- Once a student reacts to a post, he can change the reaction, but cannot remove it.
Note: Students have the option to react to a teacher’s post or a classmate’s post. Students are required to react to an assignment or quiz.
How to Instruct Students to React to an Assignment
- Before a student can submit an assignment, he/she is required to react.
- As the teacher grades, he/she must give a reaction before he/she can see the student’s reaction.
- Once graded the student can see his own reaction, the teacher’s reaction, the grade, and any comments from the assignment page.
How to View Reactions
- View your post and click on the “reaction” icon under the post.
- Teachers can view the number of times each reaction has been chosen, their reaction, and individual student reactions.
Note: Students can view their own reaction, their teacher’s reactions, and the number of times each reaction has been chosen.
How to View Insight Trends
- Click on your homepage, then click “Insights” located below your profile picture
- Select the “All Group” button to show insights for all groups or click on a specific group. You can then view the following:
- Recent Student Performance: shows the four most recent assignments, the average grade, and a direct link into the grading page of that assignment.
- “Most Active in My Groups This Week”: based on the amount of activities they have triggered, such as logging in, submitting a quiz, viewing content, or turning in an assignment.
- “Popular in My Groups This Week”: displays a list of content that has the most views this week by users in the group/groups.