Track student progress


The Scoreboard summarizes your students' overall progress on a given lesson plan and allows you to simultaneously view several important details about your students. You will see every student's star count, total practice time, average accuracy, average WPM, overall progress, and other details. To access the scoreboard, follow the next steps:

  1. Go to Classes and open your class.
  2. Click the Scoreboard and use the blue drop-down menu to select the lesson plan of your choice.
  3. If you click the vertical ellipsis button (three dots), you will see more in-depth statistics for each lesson per individual student.

Tip: You control whether your students can see the scoreboard on their student portal (class settings). This setting encourages competition among students by ranking them according to their star count.

Activity log

The activity log will show you each individual attempt arranged chronologically.

  1. Go to Classes and open your class.
  2. Click Reports.
  3. Click Activity Log.

The buttons on the right side of this screen are worth noting:

  • The X in each row allows you to delete a specific attempt, which is useful if you believe a student cheated on the attempt by having a parent or friend complete the lesson.
  • The play button in each row shows a video replay of an attempt. You can view exactly what the student typed and see where he or she made mistakes.

Student progress overview

Arguably one of the best ways to assess your students' progress is using the Lesson Plan Progress Graph. It offers a graphical bird's eye view of your students' performance on all lessons in a given lesson plan. To access it, follow the next steps:

  1. Go to Classes and open your class.
  2. Click Reports.
  3. Click the Lesson Plan Progress Graph and select the lesson plan you'd like to view the students' progress for.

The color blue indicates a student achieving five stars, and the shades of gray indicate getting four or fewer stars. In the left column, you can find the list of your students, while the top row shows a list of the lessons in this lesson plan. You can identify which students are mastering each lesson and which need to go back and repeat certain lessons. Ideally, students will earn 5 stars on all lessons and you will see a solid blue line next to each student's name.

Lesson plan completion rate

This graph shows the percentage of the lesson plan that the student completed with respect to the rest of the class. It helps you easily assess if the student is keeping up with their peers.

  1. Go to Students and click open the student's page.
  2. Click Reports.
  3. Open the Typing Performance Analysis.
  4. Scroll down until you see the Lesson Plan Completion Rate.