Pupil interactions explained

Pupil interactions allows you to easily compare a pupil's typical behaviour to their peers and determine how well they behave together.

To start, from the 'Analytics' home page, select 'Pupil interactions' from the menu on the left hand side. You can view which pupils have positive or negative influences on each other. There are three options to choose from:

1) Positive influences - This option displays which pupils have the biggest improvement in behaviour when seated together.



2) Negative influences - This option displays which pupils have the biggest decline in behaviour when seated together.



3) Evaluate pupil - This option allows you to specify a pupil for a more in depth behaviour comparison. This can be done in several different ways:

Evaluating a pupil against everyone gives you an overview of how that pupil interacts with your entire school.




Evaluating a pupil against a selected class lets you see how they interact with their peers. This information can be used to tweak your seating plans to minimise disruptive behaviour.




Evaluating a pupil against another pupil of your choice allows you to see how they behave when seated together, when in the same room but not together, and when they are not in the same room.






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