On the class dashboard, a success index prediction displays for the current week for each learner. The success index comprises a score from 0-10 and a trend sign. The score represents the predicted end grade for the learner, rounded to the nearest whole number (for example, predicted grades of 78% or 82% would both round to 8).
There are three risk categories that can be identified by the color and shape of their representative trend signs. The levels are determined during the setup of the predictive model used to generate the predictions, and can only be changed by system administrators. The default risk categories are:
At Risk (0%-60%)
Potential Risk (60%-80%)
Trend arrows inside the trend signs indicate whether predictions are negative or positive compared to the previous week. An upwards trend can indicate that interventions to improve a learner's success rates were successful, while a downwards trend can indicate a learner in need of intervention.
You can filter the class dashboard based on success levels. Additionally, you can sort the class dashboard by first name, last name, and success index.