Providing visibility on student progress, to ensure they receive the help and support they need, is the fundamental mission of Team EdPlace. One of the huge benefits of using an online learning tool is every element of student performance is tracked, measured and recorded, making it possible to easily see progress, share info with parents and use these insights to inform future learning plans and intervention.
Before we get started, you will need to login to your educator account at www.edplace.com/teacher.
On your dashboard, you can see an ‘at a glance’ update on each student's progress, with a listing of the number of completed and assigned activities, plus the current average score in each subject:
Please note: you can click on any of these numbers to hot-link to a more detailed list for this specific student. For example, selecting the number '3' under 'Assigned' for Eva, presents a full list of activities currently assigned to her and allows amendments where needed. You can also see exact dates for activity completions here, which can be helpful if you are reviewing work which was set for completion independently.
To see the most detailed level of analytics, click on 'Scores' in the left-hand menu of your dashboard. You will be directed to an overview page for your first student which will look like a variation of the example below:
In this general overview page, you will also see a summary of the student's best performing areas and those requiring further development which you can use to focus your support plan:
Clicking on any one of the subject titles will redirect to an overview for that specific subject:
Clicking on one of the topic titles in this view will show you how many activities have been completed in this area.
A dropdown filter is provided in the top-right corner of this page so that you can move between different students' analytics:
You will see the selected student's name clearly displayed in the top-left corner of the screen as shown above.
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You can utilise this data to understand the areas requiring the greatest support and intervention and it may be helpful to share progress with students and their families. You may find it particularly helpful to assign and complete benchmark assessments at regular intervals (e.g. every half term or term) to be able to show progress over a given period even more clearly. To learn more about EdPlace assessments, click here.
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