Influences explained

Once you have a large enough behaviour data set, you will be able to track how students influence each other in the classroom. Please note that the required volume of behaviour data could take a few weeks to generate.

To see how a pupil influences the behaviour of other pupils within a class, click on the Influences button and select a pupil by clicking on their tile. The pupil tiles will then display colours, allowing you to see the behavioural relationship other pupils have with the selected pupil. 



We use a traffic light system to indicate behavioural influences between pupils. The levels of influence are represented by the following colours:


Dark green: very good influence

Green: good influence

Dark yellow: an above average influence

Yellow: an average influence

Red: bad influence

Dark red: very bad influence

Blue: the student you are looking at in terms of influences

White: no data (students have not been sitting near each other when points awarded)


In the example below we have selected the pupil Tina Harvey and we can see she works really well with Mina Khan but doesn't work well next to Mark Taylor.



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