Detailed Table of Results
Originally, the accuracy rate was created to reflect the student’s understanding of a page or an activity. It was calculated like this:
Too often, accuracy was considered to be a grade. Consider this case:
This percentage does not reflect the student’s general understanding of the activity at all, and gives the teacher the wrong impression.
The same detailed results table also listed a completion rate. This rate could display results like 73% because it counted the a), b), and c) in each question as completely separate pages. This made it difficult to know exactly how far the student had progressed through the 10 pages they were assigned.
The detailed table of results was also very limiting because it only showed the least successfully-completed page of the activity. There was no other solution than to go consult the page and see what essential piece of information or essential step in the process the student was getting stuck on, and where a teacher should focus their efforts.
However, it did allow the teacher to:
stop homework checking and correcting
target the questions that were causing the most issues for the student(s)
The Results Panel
consult the average attempts per page by a student and more quickly target pages that were less successful or skipped
check the student’s persistence by indicating the number of attempts per page
offer the teacher a clear view of how much of an activity was completed by their students, such as: 7 / 10 pages completed
quickly consult each of the pages in an activity by making it appear directly below the Results Panel