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Mood Check Question Settings

Setting up Mood Check Questions, Sliders, Emotions Mood Mapping, Influences, Notes

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Written by Pratyush Chowdhary
Updated over a week ago

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After providing version access setting, School would need to customise questions which will be displayed to the students when they do a mood check. Below are the options under the question settings :

Show student personal goal within mood check

Togging this option ON will allow students to set their personal goal within Orah app which they can edit from time to time. If toggled OFF, the option to set personal goal will disappear from Mood Checks for students. By default, this option is turned off.

Q1. How do you feel ? (Slider & Mood Status Setting)

Under this option appears two main appearance settings of mood check. This is where the slider naming can be changed or slider style can be changed from 2 to 5. Sliders are a versatile tool for capturing and understanding student well-being. Also the Question itself can be changed as per school.

Slider settings

On the face of the mood check, the main slider appears which asks students the Energy & Happiness/Pleasantness level. This slider settings allow school to customise the verbiage, look and feel of the slider :

  1. Slider Name - Taking into account the feedback received from schools, Orah has two added two options to choose from either the combination of Energy & Happiness OR Energy & Pleasantness. By default its set to Energy & Happiness.

  2. Slider Style - School can choose from two option :

    1. 2 Levels (without mid level)
      -choosing this option will allow to select between low and high level of energy and happiness/pleasantness. There is no mid level in this option. It's a straightforward way to gauge general well-being tendencies. By default 2 level slider type will be selected.

    2. 5 levels (with mid level)
      -choosing this option will allow to select from a wider range of energy and happiness levels namely 5 - Very Low, Low, Moderate, High, Very High. This option has a mid value which is moderate. This is a good option if schools want to give students more granular control over their selection ranging from high to low.

    Follow the below👇 screen for changing Slider Name & Level Style

    🧭 Navigate : Student Care (Nurture) > Mood Checks > Mood Check Settings > Version Settings > Select a version setting from the list > Under 'Question Settings' > Find 'Slider Settings' in Q1

  3. Editing Slider Image - This option allows to edit the default images of the slider and add an external image for all the levels as school consider fit. For eg. a High school student will find it easy with a more real life image than a Primary grade student who would be more inclined to cartoon.

    Total #no. of possible images for 2 level will be 2*2*3=12 images & for 5 level will be 5*5*3 =75 images. We would be adding the library of default stock images here soon, to refer in-case an image is changed by mistake.

    Follow the below👇 screen for changing image

    🧭 Navigate : Student Care (Nurture) > Mood Checks > Mood Check Settings > Version Settings > Select a version setting from the list > Under 'Question Settings' > Find 'Slider Settings' in Q1 > Select the sliders one by one > Click anywhere on the image to change

Mood Status Settings

Students selecting emojis is the second main step to mood check. This option allows school to select from the wide array of emotions in form of emojis. Customising mood status settings adds depth and granularity to schools different grade level wellbeing check-ins.

Example - Schools could remove/deselect words/emotions which a primary grade student won't understand. For 3 default mood check version settings, as segregated by year levels - High, Middle, Primary, emotions are selected/defined accordingly as per us. But when a new version is added it has all the emotions selected.

There are 4 quadrants signifying different levels of emotions defined as per levels of slider. 4 quadrants have 25 emojis defined for 25 different emotions. Simply click on the checkbox to select/deselect an emotion.

  • High Energy, High Happiness: ecstatic, exhilarated, festive, upbeat, surprised, elated, inspired, motivated, cheerful, hyper, enthusiastic, optimistic, excited, lively, energized, thrilled, proud, happy, focused, pleased, blissful, playful, hopeful, joyful, pleasant.

  • Low Energy, High Happiness: fulfilled, loving, content, easygoing, at ease, touched, grateful, satisfied, secure, calm, balanced, blessed, restful, chill, relaxed, carefree, comfortable, peaceful, thoughtful, mellow, serene, cozy, tranquil, complacent, sleepy.

  • High Energy, Low Happiness: shocked, jittery, stressed, panicked, enraged, stunned, tense, frustrated, furious, livid, restless, nervous, angry, frightened, fuming, annoyed, irritated, worried, apprehensive, anxious, peeved, uneasy, concerned, troubled, repulsed.

  • Low Energy, Low Happiness: apathetic, down, disappointed, glum, disgusted, bored, sad, discouraged, embarrassed, pessimistic, tired, disheartened, lonely, miserable, alienated, fatigued, exhausted, sullen, depressed, despondent, drained, spent, desolate, hopeless, despairing.

Follow the screen below👇 to select/deselect emotions

🧭 Navigate : Student Care (Nurture) > Mood Checks > Mood Check Settings > Version Settings > Select a version setting from the list > Under 'Question Settings' > Find 'Mood Status Setting' in Q1 > Select the emojis as required

Q2. What made you feel that way ? (Influence Setting)

After selecting the energy and happiness level and choosing the emotions, students have the option to add what influenced their mood. This setting will allow schools to toggle the influence part as 'Required' or "Optional'. If required option is checked then students cannot skip adding the influence. Versus if optional is checked then students can just skip adding the influence to the mood check. Same as Q1 this Question can be changed as per school.

Available Influences
Students can choose multiple influences that impact their mood status. By default we have 8 influences + 1 others. Schools have the option to add and edit exisiting influences :
- Diet, Exam, Family, Peer Relation, Sleep, Social Media, Sport, Study, Other

Influence settings

  • Edit Influence Name

  • Change Influence Image

  • Delete Influence

  • Add New Influence

Follow the screen below👇 to customise influence settings

🧭 Navigate : Student Care (Nurture) > Mood Checks > Mood Check Settings > Version Settings > Select a version setting from the list > Under 'Question Settings' > Q2

Q3. Would you like to add some notes on that ? (Notes Settings)

This options allows student to add notes to the mood check. Schools can 'Disable' or keep it 'Optional'.
- Disabling the notes option would mean students don't have access to write self note at-all. Disabling notes would all together remove the notes space form the mood check.
- Optional - making the notes optional would show the notes space but it is at the students discretion to fill or not.

Note ☝🏽Notes setting is one of the components which triggers the Record of Concern Settings.

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