To review your students results, you need to open your Teacher Dashboard. Simply launch any simulation and click the 'Dashboard' link on the left hand side menu.

Your Teacher Dashboard will open in a new tab.

The Teacher Dashboard allows you to see the completion percentage and score obtained by your students for each simulation. In the Settings section, you can filter your view at any time according to the following parameters:

  • Simulation displayed: you can choose to see all or specific simulations

Completion threshold: only the attempts that meet the completion threshold will be displayed. Please note that this applies to all simulations.

  • Score threshold: this allows to discriminate visually between the attempts. The attempts below the defined threshold will appear in red whereas the attempts that meet or are above the threshold will appear in green. Please note that this applies to all simulations.

  • Best attempt (highest score) or first attempt. Please note that this applies to all simulations.

You can export the dashboard data in a .xslx format by clicking on the 'Export' button. Please note that the filters that you have selected will apply to the exported data. You can modify the filters at any point.

If you have integrated Labster into your Learning Management System, please note that the selected filters do not impact which grades are sent to your LMS gradebook.


In order to see all your students attempts in a non-filtered view, you can switch to the previous version of the Teacher Dashboard by clicking on the 'Switch to the old view' link on the top right hand corner:

Here is what you'll see then:

Number of Attempts:  The number of times a student tried the simulation. 

Time Taken: The amount of time a student has spent completing the simulation. 

Score in %: This is calculated by taking the number of points the student achieved divided by the total number of possible points. 

Completion %: The percentage of the simulation that a student has completed. 

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