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5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
5) monitoring your students
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  • 1. 5 your monitoring students coursemology guide
  • 2. what will be covered? Now that you’ve added your students, and your course is running, how do you monitor them? i) Class Monitoring tools j) Individual monitoring tools k) Using Tags for enhanced monitoring
  • 3. i) Class Monitoring Tools How do I monitor the progress of my whole class?
  • 4. i) Class Monitoring Tools The statistics tool is meant for teachers to have a bird’s eye view of the progress of his/her class.
  • 5. i) Class Monitoring Tools 1) Click on the button “Statistics” in your left navigation.
  • 6. i) Class Monitoring Tools 1) Click on the button “Statistics” in your left navigation. This is the course statistics page.
  • 7. i) Class Monitoring Tools 1) Click on the button “Statistics” in your left navigation. You can view who’s in what level and what’s the distribution
  • 8. i) Class Monitoring Tools 1) Click on the button “Statistics” in your left navigation. And the distribution of achievements
  • 9. i) Class Monitoring Tools 1) Click on the button “Statistics” in your left navigation. You can choose specific missions to see the grade distribution for the mission.
  • 10. i) Class Monitoring Tools 1) Click on the button “Statistics” in your left navigation. If you were to choose to see the statistics of a particular training…
  • 11. i) Class Monitoring Tools You’ll see the statistics specific to this training.
  • 12. i) Class Monitoring Tools You’ll see the completion rate of the class with respect to this particular training.
  • 13. i) Class Monitoring Tools ! Score Distribution
  • 14. i) Class Monitoring Tools What are the choices made by the class for each question. This allows the teacher to spot misconceptions easily.
  • 15. j) Monitoring individuals How do I monitor the progress of a particular student?
  • 16. j) Monitoring individuals Each student has a profile page that records their progress.
  • 17. j) Monitoring individuals Each student has a profile page that records their progress. Click on “Students”
  • 18. j) Monitoring individuals 1) Click on “Students” in the left navigation. You’ll be presented with all the students enrolled in your course.
  • 19. j) Monitoring individuals 1) Click on “Students” in the left navigation. Click on the student’s name to see his progress.
  • 20. j) Monitoring individuals This is the student’s profile page.
  • 21. j) Monitoring individuals To see when the students won the achievements Student’s Achievements so far
  • 22. j) Monitoring individuals If we click on 
 “View Exp History”…
  • 23. j) Monitoring individuals …You’ll see how the student earned his EXPs throughout the course.
  • 24. j) Monitoring individuals We can also see how each student perform in each Training to understand what are the misconceptions the student may have.
  • 25. j) Monitoring individuals 1) Click on “Trainings”
  • 26. j) Monitoring individuals 1) Click on “Trainings” 2) Choose the training you would like to check.
  • 27. j) Monitoring individuals 1) Click on “Trainings” 2) Choose the training you would like to check. 3) Choose the student you would like to monitor.
  • 28. j) Monitoring individuals You’ll be presented with all the options chosen by this student for this training.
  • 29. j) Monitoring individuals You’ll be presented with all the options chosen by this student for this training. When this student first attempted this question 11 months ago, he made the wrong choice.
  • 30. j) Monitoring individuals You’ll be presented with all the options chosen by this student for this training. However, in less than a min., he was able to choose the right answer.
  • 31. j) Monitoring individuals You’ll be presented with all the options chosen by this student for this training. He re-attempted this question 11 mins later and got it correct. It probably means that he has overcome his misconception.
  • 32. j) Monitoring individuals You’ll be presented with all the options chosen by this student for this training. Student first attempted this training 11 months ago and chose the wrong answer.
  • 33. j) Monitoring individuals You’ll be presented with all the options chosen by this student for this training. He exhausted all options within a minute before arriving at the right answer.
  • 34. j) Monitoring individuals You’ll be presented with all the options chosen by this student for this training. This probably means that this student has issue with this concept.
  • 35. j) Monitoring individuals We can also see how each student perform in each Mission to understand what are the misconceptions the student may have. We can also use the comment feature in missions to provide quality feedback quickly and to interact with students to refine their learning.
  • 36. j) Monitoring individuals 1) Click on “Missions”
  • 37. j) Monitoring individuals 1) Click on “Missions” 2) Click on the mission you would like to check.
  • 38. j) Monitoring individuals 1) Click on “Missions” 2) Click on the mission you would like to check. 3) Choose the student you would like to check.
  • 39. j) Monitoring individuals This is the student’s submission for this mission.
  • 40. j) Monitoring individuals This is the grade you’ve awarded
  • 41. j) Monitoring individuals Your student and yourself can use this comment thread to discuss about their answers.
  • 42. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring Like hashtags in Twitter, tags help us to categorise Trainings and Missions.
  • 43. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring Like hashtags in Twitter, tags help us to categorise Trainings and Missions. The EXPs earned from the Trainings and Missions for particular tags can also be aggregated as feedback of the students’ progress.
  • 44. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring This is what a student’s profile page looks like when tags are used.
  • 45. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring These are the tags 
 (in blue) created for this course
  • 46. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring These are tag groups (black words) to help to organise the tags.
  • 47. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring This means that there are 660EXPs worth of Trainings and Missions that are tagged “Easy” in this course so far.
  • 48. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring And that the student has earned 405 EXPs by doing Trainings and Missions that are tagged “Easy”.
  • 49. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring Student is lagging behind with trainings and missions that are tagged as “Hard”. Thus he needs to work on it more.
  • 50. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring How do I create tags?
  • 51. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring Click on “Tags” on the left navigation
  • 52. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring This is the tags page.
  • 53. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring To create a new tag group to organise your tags
  • 54. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring To create a new tag.
  • 55. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring Once you’ve created tags and tag groups, the tags will appear as you edit the details of an individual training or mission.
  • 56. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring Once you’ve created tags and tag groups, the tags will appear as you edit the details of an individual training or mission. Check the chosen tags to tag the training / mission accordingly
  • 57. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring Your training will now show what tags has been used on it on the training page.
  • 58. k) Using Tags to enhance monitoring Once your missions and trainings are tagged, you can also use the Filter function in the “Trainings” and “Missions” page to search for particular missions.
  • 59. end of 5 your monitoring students coursemology guide

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