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Video: Explaining Educator’s Usage per Portal Report

In this video, we will explain the key features of the report Educator’s Usage per Portal.

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Video Transcript

In this video, we will explain the key features of the report Educator’s Usage per Portal.

This report is one of the analytics tools available to the admins of a portal. It can be found by first logging in to admins.nagwa.com and then navigating to the analytics tab of the menu.

Once you are here, you should be able to see the report in the submenu titled “Educators”.

Clicking this takes us to a table of information. Each row of the table represents an educator account that is associated with the portal. For example, our first two rows are John Simon and Sara Michael.

In general, the report gives you insights as to how your educators are using the portal. You can use it to quickly identify which educator accounts are the most active and which feature of the portal they are using most frequently.

We will now run through each of the columns to see the data that is available to you.

As mentioned, the first column shows us each educator’s name.

The second and third columns show us how many classes are assigned to each educator and how many individual students are assigned to an educator. This means that if the same student appears in multiple classes assigned to an educator, the student will be counted only once in the “Students” column.

The next two columns are “Assessments” and “Assignments”. First, let’s remember that an assessment is a collection of questions that can be sent to students. You can think of this as a digital worksheet that can be tailored by your educator. The “Assessments” column shows you how many individual assessments each educator has created.

On the other hand, the “Assignments” column shows you how many times each educator has assigned an assessment or an exam to a class of students. It is worth noting that an educator might choose to send the same assessment to multiple classes.

As an example, we can see two assignments for John, but this does not necessarily mean that two individual assessments have been used. John might have chosen to send the same assessment to multiple classes or to use one of the Nagwa exams.

Columns 6 and 7 involve the questions used in the assessments. When creating an assessment, an educator has the option to write their own question. The “Created Questions” column shows how many questions have been written by each educator.

To populate their assessments, educators can also choose questions from Nagwa’s vast content library. The “Used Questions” column shows the number of individual Nagwa questions that have been used in any of the assessments created by each educator.

The next two columns relate to the “My Library” section of an educator’s page. The first of these shows the total number of files uploaded to the library by an educator. For example, these could be images or PDFs. Note that video files are not counted here.

Video files in the library are counted separately and have their own column titled “Uploaded Library Videos”.

This count should not be confused with the “Uploaded Studio Videos”, which is the column to the right of it. This column shows how many videos have been recorded and uploaded by each educator using the Nagwa Studio app.

Toward the far right of our table, we have the “Post” column. This shows how many times an educator has created a post on the workboard of one of their assigned classes. Educators can use posts to send messages to their class or to share files uploaded to the educator’s library.

The final column in our table shows the “Subject Grade Pairs” for each educator. These are assigned to an educator account by the portal admin.

Note that this is not the list of classes associated with an educator. For example, Sara is associated with grade 9 for Mathematics, but there may be multiple classes in this category.

Great, hopefully this report helps you and your educators to use your Nagwa portal!

If you prefer, the report can also be downloaded as a spreadsheet in .csv form or .xls form. This allows you to save the data, view it using your own software, or perhaps combine it with another spreadsheet.

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