What is the purpose of the Student Profile Page? The student profile page gives you a basic overview of a student’s activity and how they are being scheduled.
To get to a student's profile, either find them by searching for their name on the Students page and select their name, or select the student's name on the Scheduling page. This will redirect you to their profile.
At the top of the page, you are given basic information about the student, along with their last login and the # of appointments they have requested. You'll also see a box with the student's current grades at the top right of the page. If your school has set a grade 'warning' threshold for a specific grade, any grade at that or below will be highlighted in yellow in the Current Grades box.
This page also provides two charts and tables representing data from your selected date range. To change the selection, choose a start and end date from the calendar selection, and then click 'Select.'
A pie chart is displayed to showed the percentage of attendance for the student in each of the courses they have attended. The table next to it breaks down the student’s attendance types for each course. ANT stands for 'attendance not taken,' and the other abbreviations represent the attendance types set by your school.
This pie chart displays the percentages this student has been scheduled for what appointment types. The table next to the chart displays each appointment type they have been scheduled for, along with what courses and which date those appointments were scheduled.
Learn more in the video tutorial below:
*Note: This page has been slightly adjusted since this video was created. Now, the charts and table display data based on whatever date range is selected. Also, a user can no longer disable certain courses or appointment types from the chart view by selecting the corresponding color in the chart key.
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