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What data can I find in Teacher Reports? (NumBots)
What data can I find in Teacher Reports? (NumBots)
Use the teachers' stats area to keep an eye on pupils' progress
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Written by Jen Pierce
Updated over a week ago

NumBots’ Teacher Reports provide powerful formative analysis. You can see which children are underplaying, struggling to pass a level and those that are acing it. Our Teacher Reports push this information to the front so you only need to dip in briefly (Time taken: 5 to 10 minutes a week). We hope this data can inform your planning and resourcing and quickly identify strengths and weaknesses for individuals or groups to make a real difference.

The teacher reports are split in to 4 areas of tracking progress. 

You can find these reports by logging into and navigating to Stats.

Effort Report

Data collected from both Story Mode and Challenge Mode. You can use the Effort report to get a sense of how hard they’re working (but it doesn’t distinguish whether that was in school or at home).

  • Days Active - the number of days on which they've played a game in NumBots.

  • Minutes Played - the nearest number of minutes they've played on NumBots. For example, one game might last 56 seconds and another 45 seconds. That will be a total of 2 minutes (rounded to the nearest minute).

  • Games Completed - Total number of games played in Story Mode or Challenge Mode. 

  • Correct Answers - the total number of correct answers they've given.

  • Coins Earned - Total coins earned in Story Mode or Challenge Mode over a time period.

Effort Report on NumBots

Story Record

Data collected from Story Mode. Use this data to inform you of progress through the game. 

  • Progress - The % of Story Mode they have completed. 0% would mean they haven’t started and 100% would mean they completed Story Mode.

  • Average Attempts - Average number of times they have had to repeat a story level in order to progress.

  • Stage & Level - Their current stage and level. The magnifying glass provides a snapshot of the level.

  • Current Level Attempts - How many times a pupil has played their current level. A warning icon will appear if a pupil has attempted the current level 5 or more times.

  • Stars Earned - the number of stars they've earned. Remember the maximum is 3 stars per level.

  • Accuracy - Their % accuracy in Story games.

Story Record on NumBots

Challenge Results

Data collected from Challenge Mode. Use this data to identify learners who are thriving or struggling on key skills.

  • Score - The number of correct answers pupils gave during their initial attempt and their most recent attempt at each Challenge.

  • Change in Scores - The difference between their initial score and most recent score (also available as a percentage change).

  • Passed - Green ticks and red crosses immediately show whether or not pupils have passed each key skill.

  • Accuracy - The percentage of questions the pupils answered correctly during their initial attempt and their most recent attempt at each Challenge.

  • Change in Accuracy - The difference in percentage of questions answered correctly in the pupil's first attempt at a Challenge vs their most recent attempt.

Challenge Results on NumBots

When looking at the Challenge Results for Addition or Subtraction skills, click on the magnifying glass by a pupil's name to see a heatmap breaking down their average speed per fact over time:

Addition heatmap in NumBots Challenge Results

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