Welcome to Rhithm! 👋
Follow the steps below to learn more about Rhithm check-ins, how you can view and leverage Rhithm data, and how to set up and manage Risk Alerts.
Getting in Rhithm
After logging in, you can click "Get in Rhithm" to send a check-in to your students/teachers or complete one yourself.
During a live session, you'll see your participants' check-in data populate in real time. After completing a check-in, participants will receive a recommended 1-3 minute video activity based on their responses. More information on starting, ending, and customizing sessions is available here.
💡 Pro tip: Schedule sessions in advance if you know when you'd like to use Rhithm with your school -- you can even schedule recurring sessions or sessions on behalf of teachers!
Exploring your data dashboard
Once participants have completed a check-in, your dashboard will populate an at-a-glance view of their data, showing how regulated students or teachers are and providing the ability to explore responses.
You can use list view to filter for specific data as well as export reports on responses and check-in completion.
The Tempo Score for a user, grade, or school provides a summary of their general readiness to learn based on check-in responses.
> 90 - Regulated and ready to learn
70-90 - Regulated with room to improve
< 70 - Higher level of dysregulation and lower level of learning readiness
Regulated students will either receive a video focusing on a key social-emotional well-being lesson or concept or a key regulation practice to build healthy wellness habits.
Dysregulated students will receive a video activity after their check-in to support regulation in the moment. You can also use the Rhithm toolkit to find additional activities based on your students' or class's needs.
💡 More information on how to use Tempo Scores to improve readiness to learn here!
Monitoring check-in data with Risk Alerts
Risk Alerts allow you to receive notifications when specific conditions are met during a Rhithm assessment. There are three different types of Risk Alerts:
Emoji check-in alerts: Triggers when specific emoji responses are selected within a specified time frame
Note alerts: Triggers when specific keywords and/or negative sentiments are expressed in the note(s) of an assessment
Tempo Score alerts: Triggers when a Tempo Score drops by a certain amount
You can set up Risk Alerts to be sent to you, other administrators, or a student's teacher. Once an alert is triggered you can collaborate with other recipients by leaving comments or changing the status of the alert.
💡 Learn all about how to create and manage Risk Alerts here!