How to track student progress on Assignments and Standards
Viewing student progress
You can review the progress your students have made with their assignments. For example, the day before an assignment is due you may want to quickly see which students have already read the assigned text, viewed the assigned material and how many questions have been answered. The Progress feature tracks what each student has viewed and answered. This article explains how to view students’ assignment progress. For information on grading, see Link to "Auto-Grade vs. Manually-Graded Items"
, or how to track the progress of your presentation, see: “How to track your own presentation to the Class
How to use Progress
First, you will need to have already assigned a lesson to a class with registered students. If you have not created a lesson or assessment, please visit “Lesson Editor Overview
” to get started on creating your first lesson.
To create a class, please visit "Basic Class Creation
” to get started.
To add students to your class, please visit “Student information
” to get started.
To assign your first lesson, please visit “Presenting/Assigning Your Lesson from within the Editor
” so that you can successfully follow these instructions.
- On any main page in Ogment, click Class Progress using the left navigation bar to go to Progress.
- Click on the Arrow to the left of your selected class to display all lessons and assessment assignments.
If you would like to only see one day at a time click the drop down box to the right of “Showing” and select Day.
- Use the arrows next to “Today” and navigate to the date of the assignment.
- Locate the desired assignment.
- Click on the selected assignment. This loads the Progress page. Each row in the grid shows a user. Teachers are listed first, then co-teachers and students. Each column indicates the question or content item in the lesson or assessment, in order from left to right.
- To view the progress of a student, you’ll want to locate the student name and view the row as you would a gradebook. Text will show “V” if the student has spent qualified time on the item based on the average reading rate of 250 words per minute. For example, a student that reads a 250 word article in the assignment will have the status of “V” (for “viewed”) after spending 1 minute or more on that slide.
Video, audio and pictures are given the “V” status if the student has viewed the material.
Numbers or Pencil icons in question or graphic organizer cells show that the student has either submitted a response, answered or is in the process of answering the item.
If you need to see the student’s response, you can launch a preview of the content along with that student’s response by clicking the cell.
- There you have it! You have successfully viewed a student’s progress for this assignment. You now know if a student has read the text, viewed the media and answered questions.