Work programs - View Coverage
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View coverage presents teachers with useful data about what a student is working on and the different types of activities they have completed, from the very first moment that the student starts Doodling. It also assists teachers in understanding how DoodleMath works.

Coverage can be viewed for individual students or for the class as a whole.

*Please note that class coverage will not be available until September*

Student view

Once a class has been selected, the list of students within this class will be visible on the left-hand side of the screen. By selecting a specific student, their coverage data will be displayed in the main section of the page.

Data can be displayed for the current academic year, or from the start of the student's Doodling. The curriculum will be divided into grade levels, curricular topics and finally CCSs.

For each grade level and curricular topic, a summary of coverage will be shown, including the following:

  • X/X standards visited

  • Accuracy

  • Time spent in minutes

  • Tricky questions saved

By selecting a particular CCS, a coverage bar will be shown to illustrate how much of the content for that CCS the child has covered.

By hovering over the coverage bar, a breakdown of stars earned within this CCS is shown, along with the activity type that the stars were earned in.

Teachers are also able to view any questions that a student has added to 'Tricky questions' from the Student view on this page. Tricky questions are questions that a student would like to revisit with the support of an adult.

If a student has a 'tricky' question within a particular CCS, the number of questions saved will be displayed on the right-hand side of that CCS.

Teachers can tap on the number to view the questions saved.

As with all pages of the Educators Dashboard, the data can exported and saved as a downloaded file.

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