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How to use the View Effort page to track students' progress

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Written by Jo Kiddell
Updated over a week ago

We recommend that teachers check this page on a weekly basis to ensure that your students are using Doodle and are within their green target zone.

In order to view data for a particular class, make sure you select your class from the drop down at the top of the screen.

In the table that appears below, you will be able to see an overview of the stars earned for that class the colour of the circles indicate the number of stars earned that day. If you hover over the circles on the Dashboard you can see what the different colours correspond to. Hovering over the circle will also tell you exactly how that student earned their stars that day (e.g. in X-a-Day, Assignments or Games).

You can change the time period that the data displays for either 7 days, 14 days or select a custom time. To view data for different subjects, be sure to switch between the subjects by clicking on the corresponding icon at the top right of the dashboard. For more information on how to do this, please see this article.

You can also view this data for all subjects combined which is really useful to quickly see how your students are using all of the Doodle programmes. To do this, just select the View data for all subjects combined button at the bottom of the page.

You can also keep track of each child's streak. The streak is the number of consecutive days a student has completed exercises on Doodle.

We highly recommend checking this page to see whether your students are within their green target zone or not. Why not try rewarding each student within their target zone on a weekly basis, perhaps by rewarding them with a Doodle sticker or house point? For more ideas on how to celebrate your students' achievements please see here.

Doodle will automatically create a personalised goal for each child and suggest a recommended number of stars to earn. This is a number of stars that is achievable when a child Doodles for a few minutes a day.

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