The Success Index predictive charts consists of a course timeline chart and a risk quadrant.
The course timeline chart shows the weekly success index for a learner in the course, providing an at-a-glance view of their academic trends. Each week is color-coded to correspond with the learner's actual success level for that week.
The course timeline chart also contains two horizontal dashed lines that represent the grade range between the potential risk and successful categories that are set during the predictive model configuration stage. For example, if potential risk is set at 60% and successful is set at 80%, then the top dashed line represents the successful level and the dashed line beneath it represents the potential risk level. This gives instructors a quick and easy way to determine at a glance what the learner's risk level for the week is.
Figure: Course Timeline
Course Timeline chart
The risk quadrant positions a learner within the class based on their current success index and final calculated grade.
In order for data to display properly in the risk quadrant, enable your course grade book to automatically keep final grades updated.
This chart represents each learner from the course as a colored circle corresponding to their current risk category status.
The risk quadrant is divided into the following four sections: