Analyse mode provides a snapshot of student responses as they work through a Lesson.
It is a formative assessment tool that allows you to understand how your students are progressing through an activity or test. See which students are still working, see who has completed the Lesson, and quickly identify areas where collective comprehension could use some extra attention.
When viewing a Lesson, switch the view mode toggle at the top of the page to Analyse to see how your students are doing.
Analyse mode includes the following:
Each Class in the Subject has its own Analyse page. Choose which Class to view from the dropdown menu in the top left section of the page.
The Class is divided into three categories: Not started, Working, and Submitted. Click on each of these categories to see a list of student names. Click a student's name to go directly to their worksheet.
The Question analysis section makes it easy to review each question in the Lesson.
Each Multiple choice question and True or false question will have a red and green bar graph to show right vs wrong answer ratios. Click on the question to reveal more information. Click on each answer selection to see which students gave that answer.
Tip: This can provide really fast feedback about common misconceptions among your students. If a large proportion of students are choosing the wrong answer, you can stop the Lesson and discuss the topic in more detail. You can learn more about using this really effectively at one of Stile's Professional Learning sessions. Register for an in-person or virtual event here.
Open-ended questions such as Table, Written response, or Open response will have a View responses button instead of a bar graph. Click this button to access Quick Review and see how each student in the Class responded to that question. (If you're not familiar with Quick Review, click here to learn more.) These questions will need to be marked manually.
The Results distribution graph at the bottom of the page is available on assessed Lessons. (If you're not familiar with assessments vs normal Lessons, click here.) This graph will update as students submit their work, and as you mark their open-ended questions.
In the example above, only 2 students have submitted their work so far and the teacher has not yet done any marking. This graph currently only reflects the automatically marked questions for those two students.
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