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Video: Explaining All Classes with One Class per Line Reports

In this video, we will show you how to use the assessment report All Classes with One Class per Line.

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In this video, we will show you how to use the assessment report All Classes with One Class per Line.

Firstly, this is a report for educators, so to access the report you must be a portal educator and be signed in to educators.nagwa.com.

Once you’re signed in, you’ll see the “Analytics” page of the portal. Scroll to the bottom of the page and you’ll see three different report types: assessments, worksheets, and sessions. We are going to look at the first assessment report, All Classes with One Class per Line, so click on this.

This is a very useful report for a quick or more detailed overview of your different classes’ progress through their assessments.

You’ll see some summary information about the report, including the number of grades, the number of classes, the number of students, and the number of lessons that are being covered by the report. You’ll also get a summary of how the questions have been answered by all of your students.

If you want a quick visual impression of your classes’ performance, you can click “Charts”. You can also download an XLS file or a CSV file. You can also tweak the columns that present on the report by clicking “Display Columns” and then selecting or deselecting the columns.

Now, let’s look at the actual report. In the first two columns, you can see the class codes and class names. You can then see the different columns summarizing information about the students and their performance in assessments. To highlight some of these, you can see the total number of questions assigned to each class, along with how many of these have been answered correctly and incorrectly (or left blank).

This data is then standardized to show the number of questions set per student and the number of questions correct per student. For example, we can see for the Algebra and Geometry class that they have answered an average of 89.00 questions per student: 20.20 of these have been answered correctly, 1.80 have been answered incorrectly, and 67.00 have been left unanswered. This means that 22.70% of the questions have been answered correctly by the class in all assessments so far.

To get more information from the report, we then have three further viewing options. We can view the report at a lesson level, a student level, or an assessment level. Each provides you with different insights about your students’ performance. For example, if you view the report at a lesson level, you’ll get a summary of the classes’ performance per lesson.

For example, if we click on “View” under “Lessons” for our Algebra and Geometry class, we can see that they have been sent a number of assessments that cover the Complex Numbers section of the course. The top lesson is Arbitrary Roots of Complex Numbers, and if we scroll across to the right-hand side of the report, we can see that, over the whole class, 84.62% of the questions were answered correctly.

If you click “View” under “Students”, you can then see the individual results per student in this lesson. We can see that only one question was set from this lesson and the students either answered it correctly or incorrectly (as nobody left the question unanswered).

We can see that Iman and Isabella might need some extra help with this topic!

If we go back to the previous page and look at the summary per lesson, we can see that the class are doing excellently but might need a bit more help with nth roots of unity as only 53.85% of the questions were answered correctly.

If we go back another level, we can choose to view the report in the other direction by clicking “View” under “Students”. In this view, you can see each student’s individual results (for all lessons) and then click on an individual student to see their progress in each lesson.

We can see, on the whole, each student has done very well so far, but if we click view next to Isabella, we can see that she might need more support with arbitrary roots of complex numbers and nth roots of unity but has answered questions from all other lessons correctly.

Finally, if we go back to the top level of the report, we can see the classes’ performance per assessment. If we click “View” under “Assessments”, we can see that the class were sent a single assessment (that we know from before covered a number of lessons). Of the 210 questions set, 198 were answered correctly in this assessment!

As before, we can then see a breakdown of their performance per lesson or per student. If we look per lesson, we can see that the performance was excellent in all lessons, but there were some problem questions in the two lessons we have previously identified.

If you look per student, we can now see each individual student’s performance on this assessment. Their performances, on the whole, were excellent.

In summary, the All Classes with One Class per Line report not only gives you an excellent insight into the overall performance of all your classes, but also gives you the ability to go into very specific details about your individual classes and students. You can use these report breakdowns to target the specific needs of your students.

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