What is the Proficiency Table?

Located in your 'MY CLASSROOMS' section, this report will provide you with more data on your students' level of specific CS topics/skills.

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Overview

The Proficiency table provides teachers with an estimation of a student's level of understanding and knowledge of a coding topic and/or skill.

It aggregates all challenges completed across all courses, for a single topic, providing the teacher with an overview of their student's current level in that topic.

Proficiency Levels

The range of levels run from 1 through 4, indicating how proficient the student is at a certain topic:

1 = Novice

2 = Beginner

3 = Intermediate

4 = Advanced

For students to advance through the levels, they would need to complete a topic's chapters with a star average of at least 2.6.

For exercise-based courses (such as our Game Creation Courses or Coding Chatbots), with no star score, completion of challenges will be enough to gain points.

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