Scoreboard

Teacher View of the Scoreboard

The scoreboard is a powerful tool that allows you to simultaneously view important details about all of your students. On one page, you will see every student's star count, total practice time, average accuracy, average WPM, overall progress, and other details.

To access the scoreboard, go to the Classes tab, click on your class, and click on “Scoreboard”. Your students’ scores will show up on this page after they complete each lesson. If you click on the blue box titled “Per Lesson” at the end of each line, you will access the student's statistics for each individual lesson.

Student View of the Scoreboard

The scoreboard encourages competition between students by ranking them according to their star count. Students earn stars for typing based on a combination of speed and accuracy, so this setting is designed to motivate students to practice typing correctly and continually improve their scores.

How do I disable the student view of the scoreboard?

To turn off the scoreboard, go to the Classes tab and select your class. Under the Manage Class tab, click on “Edit Class” (the 5th option from the left). In the section titled “Scoreboard Visibility”, select "Scores are kept private to each student". To save your changes, click "Update Settings" at the bottom of the screen.


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