Coordinator Features

Adaptive Keyboarding Coordinator Dashboard and Reports

By accessing your Adaptive Keyboarding Coordinator Dashboard you’ll see the average accuracy rate, words per minute (WPM), and the average practice time for each school in your district. In addition, you’ll be able to pull a raw data report for your district and demo the program as a student.

 

 

 

To navigate to your Adaptive Keyboarding Coordinator Dashboard, click on the ‘Adaptive Keyboarding Dashboard’ link on the left-hand side of your coordinator dashboard.

Your Adaptive Keyboarding Dashboard will open in a new browser tab.

 

 

 

Your main ‘Dashboard’ page will show the progress made by schools in your district in the date range through three bar graphs. The colored bars indicate that the school is ‘Below,’ ‘Proficient,’ or ‘Above’ average in the respective areas.

For elementary school students, ‘proficient’ means having a 90% accuracy rate and 15 WPM.

For middle school students, ‘proficient’ means having a 90% accuracy rate and 25 WPM.

‘Average Accuracy’ proficiency rates are based on the above target goal + or – 2.5% within each school.

‘Average WPM’ proficiency is based on the above target goal + or – 5% within each school.

‘Average Minutes of Practice by Student’ proficiency is based on a goal of 10-15 minutes of practice 2-3 times per week for students within each school.

Within the ‘Reports’ tab you can export a raw data file for a given date range to show progress broken down by individual students, courses, teachers, and schools.

Raw data reports will export as a spreadsheet to show the following:

‘Adaptive Keyboarding Raw Data Report’ Key:

Grade: The grade indicated is pulled from the teacher’s class settings within Adaptive Keyboarding, not from the Learning.com student data. The grade in ‘Great Keyboarding Adventure’ is preset to grade 4 and in ‘Urban Keyboarding Explorer’ to grade 7. Grades can be adjusted from the Adaptive Keyboarding Teacher Dashboard through the ‘Settings’ tab. Learn more here.

Total Time (Min): This is the total amount of time (in minutes) a student has spent actively typing in Adaptive Keyboarding during the selected date range.

Total Exercises Completed: This number represents all the Adaptive Keyboarding challenges completed by the student (including Zone Challenge, Muscle Memory, Word Challenge, Story Challenges, and Formative Assessment exercises).

Unique Exercises Completed: This number represents the Adaptive Keyboarding challenges that were prescribed to that specific student based on his or her Formative Assessment results. These challenges include: Zone Challenge, Muscle Memory, and Word Challenge.

Initial WPM: This score represents the words per minute typed by the student in his or her first Formative Assessment within the selected date range. If this cell is blank, it means the student has not completed a Formative Assessment during the date range selected.

Recent WPM: This score represents the words per minute typed by the student in the most recent Formative Assessment completed during the selected date range. If this cell is blank, it means that the student did not complete a second Formative Assessment during this date range.

Initial Accuracy: This score represents the percentage of keystrokes the student typed accurately when taking his or her first Formative Assessment during the selected date range. If this cell is blank, it means the student has not completed a Formative Assessment during the date range.

Recent Accuracy: This score represents the percentage of keystrokes the student typed accurately when taking a secondary Formative Assessment during this date range. If this cell is blank, it means the student has not completed a second Formative Assessment during the date range selected.

WPM Change: This percentage shows the change in the amount of words per minute typed by the student between the first and second Formative Assessment completed during the selected date range.

Accuracy Change: This percentage shows the change in the student’s accuracy rate between the first and second Formative Assessments completed during the selected date range.

***Please note: if the ‘Teacher’ field is empty, it means that the teacher who hosts the class has not yet launched the Adaptive Keyboarding dashboard for that class. Once the teacher launches the dashboard, his or her name will appear in this report. Learn how to access the Adaptive Keyboarding dashboard here.

If you’re interested in what the student experience is like in Adaptive Keyboarding. Click the ‘Student Mode’ tab. Here you’ll be able to run through typing challenges, view the student dashboard, earn game time, adjust settings, and more!

Your typing progress will save within ‘Student Mode’ in your coordinator account, but won’t affect your reporting.

 

If you have any questions, please reach out to the Learning.com Customer Support team!