How to View Student Progress:

For a more detailed look into how your students are progressing through an activity:

  1. Select the Activity Card

  2. Scroll down to view the Creation List

    1. The Creation List has two views: Progress and Scoring

To change views:

  • Select the drop-down menu under ‘View By’

The purple tab will be titled either Progress or Scoring depending on your current view

Progress View:

  • Allows you to see how each student is progressing through each stage

    • How many submissions they have left, whether they completed the stage, or if they missed any submissions.

Scoring View:

  • Allows you to see the grade your students earned at each stage of the activity

Viewing Student Creation Submission Status

  1. Navigate to the activity page

  2. Select the Activity Card

  3. Scroll down to view the Creation List

  4. View the status of student creations under the ‘Create Column’

  5. If a column is highlighted in blue, this indicates that this activity is currently in that stage

Complete: Student has successfully submitted a creation on time

Grace Period: Student has submitted a creation during the Grace Period, considered as a late submission

Missed: Student has not submitted a creation but has started the Evaluate Stage. They will not be able to go back and submit a creation

Overdue: If you have allowed late submissions, a student will be able to submit a creation at any point during the Evaluate stage. The student has not submitted a creation and also has not started any evaluations.

Late Submission: Student has submitted a creation past the original due date of the activity.

Viewing Student Evaluation Stage Status

This column has 2 views: Given or Received.

Given:

Is the number of Creations that each student was given to evaluate.

  • The numerator refers to how many evaluations that student has completed

  • The denominator refers to the total number of evaluations they have to complete

Received:

Is the number of evaluations that each student will receive on their creation.

  • The numerator refers to the number of evaluations completed by other students on the selected student's creation

  • The denominator refers to the total number of students their creation was distributed to

NOTE: Setting a maximum number of evaluations each student has to finish affects the Evaluate Given number and not the Evaluate Received. That number may be different based on the number of students in your class and the distribution.

Viewing Students’ Work in the Evaluate Stage

  1. Click into the activity

  2. Select their name in the Student List

  3. Under the Creation tab:

    1. You will be provided their creation, overall creation score achieved and all the evaluations received on their creation

    2. Professors can make direct comments on a student's creation and on the peer evaluations they received by selecting ‘Comment on Creation’.

    3. This can be done when an evaluator is not giving effective feedback or if you'd like to note great feedback

  4. Under the Evaluation Tab:

    1. View each of the evaluations the student gave to their peers

    2. You may comment on the Evaluation or Spotlight an Evaluation

Viewing Student Feedback Stage Status

This column has 2 views: Given or Received

Given:

Is the number of written evaluations that each student was given to provide feedback on.

  • The numerator stands for how many feedback ratings each student has completed

  • The denominator refers to the total number of feedback ratings they have to complete

Received:

Is the number of feedback ratings that each student will receive on the evaluations they gave others’ creations.

  • The numerator refers to the number of feedback ratings completed by other students on the selected student's evaluation

  • The denominator refers to the total number of students that provided feedback ratings on the students’ evaluations

Viewing Students’ Work in the Feedback Stage:

  1. Click into the activity

  2. Select their name in the student list

    1. Under the Evaluation tab:

      1. Scroll down to the student’s ‘Written Evaluation Score’

      2. View the student’s written evaluation and the feedback they Received from their peers

    2. Under the Feedback tab:

      1. View the students’ Feedback Score at the top of the page

View the students’ Feedback Given score

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