Insight in student activity across courses and over time
The dashboard provides a single overview of student analytics across the different courses for the group of students the coach is responsible for. Standard available student analytics for coaches contain attendance, student activity, assignment submission and grades data. The history of student activity is always accessible and structured using terms.
Student at-risk scores calculated with smart algorithm
Student at-risk scores are calculated using the default available data for attendance, student activity and assignment submission. One score is calculated per student per course over all weeks, and one score is calculated per student for all courses within a term. For every student a single risk score is calculated over all courses in a term, and showed in the dashboard. The calculated scores per course are just one click away.
Immediate notification when teachers place new notes
Coaches receive a signal when teachers have posted a new comment. Hereby coaches will remain up to date in time. A time-line makes clear when comments are posted and possible actions have been taken.
Record notes & actions, and evaluate the results
Document important notes and actions in the dashboard. All the notes are stored in the week they are written, so the supporting learning analytics of that week are always visible.
Easy hand-over between study coaches
No information gets lost in the transition of students from one study coach to another, as all historical learning analytics (structured per term and per course) and all notes are accessible by the new study coach.
Insight in student activity in your course
The dashboard provides a single overview of student analytics in your course. Standard available student analytics for teachers contain attendance, student activity, assignment submission and grades data.
Record notes for a particular student and share these with the study coach. To share important information about a student with a coach, just write a note in StudyCoach. Study coaches are informed of this information by a notification in their dashboard.
Overview of student activity in all courses
The ‘courses’ section of the StudyCoach dashboard for management gives a complete overview of all courses, and aggregated learning analytics of student activity per course. These aggregated analytics provide interesting starting points to compare courses and improve education. For example, why does a similar course with the same content & duration has so different student activity?
Overview of all study coaches
The ‘study coaches’ section of the StudyCoach dashboard for management gives a complete overview of all study coaches, and aggregated learning analytics of student activity per coach. These aggregated analytics provide interesting starting points to further coaching of students. For example, study coaches can be inspired to use each other’s best practices.
Overview of all students
The ‘student’ section of the StudyCoach dashboard for management gives a complete overview of all students. It is possible to sort on the average at-risk score of students.
Configure Study Coach to match your needs
The settings overview gives several options to customize, for example
- How the at-risk score is visualized: when the colour changes between red, orange and green
- Which sub-accounts and terms are visible in the dashboard, and used to calculate the at-risk score
Overview of learning analytics for all enrolled courses
By making learning analytics visible for students, they gain more insight into their own development and study behavior. This way self-regulation can be encouraged. Standard available analytics for students contain attendance, student activity, assignment submission and grades data.
Communicate with your studycoach using notes
Record notes and share these with your studycoach. Just write down a note in StudyCoach about your personal development, actions taken and/or agreements made with your studycoach. Studycoaches are informed by a notification in their dashboard. This allows students to become owner of their own learning process.
Add program level development plans and evaluations
Students are increasingly expected to manage their own learning. Learning paths become more personal. Therefore it is important to establish a good personal development plan and evaluate the goals several times. All information about the development of the student comes together in StudyCoach and is easily shared with the studycoach.