A win-loss chart displays beneath the learner information area. The win-loss chart lists the domains in the predictive model and shows a learner's predicted success level in each domain for the week. Brightspace Student Success System determines the predicted success level by examining the correlation between learners' performances and their behaviors in historical courses and then comparing the behavior of historical learners with current learners. For example, if successful learners in historical courses trended toward high participation in course discussions, then the system will predict that learners who actively participate in course discussions are more likely to succeed in the course than learners who do not. An instructor who notices learners falling into the at risk or potential risk category for the social learning domain can take steps to encourage those learners to participate more frequently in discussions as a way to preemptively address potential course success issues.
Figure: Win-loss chart
The vertical center line in the chart corresponds to the average of the potential success range (for example, if the range for potential success is 60%-80%, then the average is 70%). Every domain in the win-loss chart displays a bar that you can compare to this center line; if the bar for the domain falls on the positive side of the line, then the learner's performance exceeds the average (70%) in that domain for the week. However, if the bar for the domain falls on the negative side of the line, the learner is not performing successfully in that domain for the week. Each domain contributes to the overall value of the success index.