Playground Web: Learning Analysis

Learning Analysis allows services to visualise learning data across rooms, children and custom groups.Learning_Analysis.png

Groups can be created by educators to track outcomes for a group of children specifically, such as family or ability groups. Admins are also able to view how educators are documenting against outcomes using this feature.

This feature can also be used to track children, groups or outcomes which are lacking evidence. 

Filter Options

There are 3 main filter options for Learning Analysis:

  • Learning Framework - This lists all current learning frameworks available for your centre, which your educators can use to tag Observations, Documentation, Canvases and Tables 
  • Time period - Ranging from 'Last Week' to 'Last 3 Months' 
  • Age group

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Comparing Children and Groups

Once you have selected your filtering options, you will be able to see two column graphs appear with drop down menu options in the top left hand corner. The default option is set to all children at your centre. You can use the drop down menus to change the data sets you are currently seeing to any of the following:

  • Children
  • Educators
  • Groups
  • Rooms

As you move between options, the graphs will change on screen. 

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Creating and Managing Groups

Creating Groups

  1. Click 'Manage Groups' in the top right hand corner
  2. Click 'New' in the top right hand corner
  3. Enter a name for your group and select children you wish to add 
  4. Click 'Create Group'
  5. You will now be able to view your new groups page and data
  6. To return, select 'Learning Analysis' from the left hand side menu

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Managing Groups

  1. Click 'Manage Groups' in the top right hand corner
  2. Select the group you wish to make changes to
  3. Click the three dots in the top right corner Select 'Edit' to change your group name and/or add and remove members 
  4. Select 'Delete' to delete the group and remove the data then select 'Ok' to remove the group

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Outcome Areas
You can use the drop down menus to change the data sets you are currently seeing to any of the following for Outcome Areas:
  • Children
  • Educators
  • Groups
  • Rooms

This pie chart will display how your chosen segment is currently performing as a group against ALL available outcomes in your chosen Learning Framework.

Ideally, this pie chart should show equal slices. If not, this indicates that certain areas should be focussed on in future programming and planning. 

Any learning documents which have been created for children in your current segment which do not have any outcomes tagged, including Moments created by parents in Home App, will display as 'Invalid Data'.

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Needing Evidence

You can use the drop down menus to change the data sets you are currently seeing to the following for Needing Evidence:

  • Groups
  • Rooms

This will display a list of children and their total number of learning documents for the chosen time frame, which the LEAST amount showing first.

The purpose of this feature to ensure that all children at your centre have an adequate amount of evidence created for them in Playground Web/App. This information will help direct and focus your future programming and planning to ensure the children shown at the top of this list are documented as a focus in upcoming plans and experiences.

 

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Children Table

You can use the drop down menus to change the data sets you are currently seeing to the following for the Children Table:

  • Children
  • Educators
  • Groups
  • Rooms

This will display a list of children and their total number of learning documents for the chosen time frame against the outcome specific to your chosen Learning Framework.

This information can be exported to an Excel spreadsheet by clicking the 'Export' button in right hand corner.

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Sample Learning Outcome Report.csv 

Use Cases
  • Compare individual child outcomes against those in the room. This will allow educators to see which outcomes may need more consideration when planning and documenting for individual children and for the whole room.
  • Viewing and comparing set groups of children can be especially helpful when looking at an ability or interest-based child grouping, with this information informing future planning and learning experiences.
  • View educator's documentation based on outcomes, to better help inform their future planning and implementation. This data can be regularly collected and tracked by leaders to inform professional development and performance reviews.  
  • Filtering by the number of evidence allows educators to see at a glance, which children may need to be prioritised when creating future learning experiences to ensure they have similar amounts of documented evidence to others in the room.