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Teacher Dashboard#310

I love the projector screen during the live game, however, it would be nice to be able to see how many questions students are answering during a game. Something similar to the report that is generated once the game has ended? I have some students that answer 100s of questions, and some that answer only a few, so it would be nice to see this, and their accuracy, as the game is going.

5 years ago
21

I would really love this. It would help pinpoint slackers, identify problems, spike / remove students, see each student’s totals, make sure all the kids are using powerups, etc. Also, it could be used to add fresh questions partway through a match.

4 years ago
7

I love this idea! I would say that about 85% of my students LOVE Gimkit and 10% play because they’re just great kids who follow directions. However, there are the kids who fall into the other 5% who are my pains the butt… I have to threaten to check the report with a fine comb for them to play, all because they don’t want to follow MY directions. (To be clear, they love Gimkit in their other classes…sigh…) If I could see (on my own screen, not the big screen) exactly who is not answering questions or answering veeerrrryyyy slllooooowwwwwlllllyyy, I could encourage that student one-on-one to both remind the student to play AND help build that teacher-student relationship!

4 years ago
12

I would like to see everything at the homepage/launch on the teacher dashboard in one place i.e. reports, kits. It’s difficult and takes too many clicks to get to the reports.

3 years ago
5

Hi! I am loving this and my students love it! I am with these other educators who say that a teacher dashboard is a critical tool! I find is very difficult to find and track student progress on skills. I had a bit of a hard time getting started in figuring out how to find and assign kids, and overall is not very intuitive to use from a teacher perspective. I am tech savvy, so I figured it out–but a few tweaks could make it much easier.

Happy to provide feedback or talk through specifically what would be helpful from a middle school math teacher perspective!

Other platforms with dashboards that track student progress in a meaningful way for me: Khan Academy (love that I can see a students progress across multiple skills throughout the year), Quizizz is good for individual activities, but I would prefer to have a more longitudinal tracking feature if possible there too…

3 years ago
7
J

I agree the teacher dashboard should give universal “power”. It would be nice for the teacher to be able to pause, stop, close out screens, adding money/powerups, helping low kids, checking participation, etc.

At the end, when I need to end the game early (because we just ran out of time!) I’d love a STOP button-so that they will stop and also so they can see the statistics of their answers

3 years ago
6

I would love to be able to see what the kids see, too. It would help to help them. For example, the first time they play a game they may not know what to do with, say, infinity stones to activate them.

3 years ago
1

Thank you for help people that need help.

3 years ago
1
J

I would love to see a class gradebook in the teacher dashboard as well!!!

2 months ago

ok

2 months ago

isnt this avalible in non-2d modes, like classic?

2 months ago

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21 days ago
R

MY DAUGHTER AND HER FRIEND WERE TRYING TO STUDY FOR THEIR SPANISH FINAL, AND ONE OF THE KITS WAS WRONG, THE NAME OF THE KIT IS Spanish Final BY MOMMY TANNER. THE QUESTION WAS REITAN BUT THE ANSWER WAS REPEAT SO THEY FORGOT THE LETTER P TO MAKE IT REPITAN BUT THEY MESSED IT UP FOR MY DAUGHTER AND HER FRIEND. THEY HAVE MANY QUESTIONS WRONG AND SOME ARENT EVEN ON THE SPANISH FINAL. MY DAUGHTER AND HER FRIEND BOTH GOT D’S ON THEIR FINAL BECAUSE OF THIS QUIZ.

19 days ago
G

eh the idea is kinda weird to me

13 days ago
G

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7 days ago
G

what does that have to do with anything?!

7 days ago