How to use the activity tracker?

Dyknow's Activity Tracker feature enables Dyknow teachers to see what students are doing on their devices, in real-time, during a monitoring session.

The Activity Tracker:

  • Lists and quantifies all monitored student device activity in grid view;
  • Identifies an individual student's Current Activity in big view;
  • Begins collecting data from each student's device once the assigned Dyknow Teacher starts the monitoring session and continues collecting data from each student's device until the Dyknow Teacher ends the monitoring session; and,
  • Presents this data to Dyknow Teachers after monitoring sessions in Dyknow Class History.

As the Activity Tracker is always up-to-date, showing the precise website or application each student is viewing, it is a great place for Dyknow Teachers to see how students are spending their time during class.

 

HOW TO USE ACTIVITY TRACKER

1. During an active monitoring session, locate the Activity Tracker panel on the right side of the screen.

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2. Click on any website or application listed in the Allowed Websites/Apps section to view the name(s) of the student(s) engaged in that specific activity; the Activity Tracker view will update, offering options to:

  • Bring a student device thumbnail into big view; or,
  • Access the exact URL of selected website activity; or,
  • Click Back to all activities.

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4. Click on the Blocked Students section to view the name(s) of the student(s) whose current activity was blocked by your enforced Blocking Plan; the Activity Tracker view will update, offering options to:

  • Bring a student device thumbnail into big view; or,
  • Access the exact URL of selected website activity; or,
  • Click Back to All Activities.

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5. Click the speedometer icon to collapse or expand the Activity Tracker panel.

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