Getting Started part 2: Check student progress

Student work can be tracked and viewed from the Markbook and from Analytics.

Stile updates in real-time, which means you can see what your students are up to while they work. There are two places in Stile that help you follow student progress:

  1. The Markbook provides an overview of the whole class across multiple lessons;
  2. Analytics is specific to a single lesson and updates while students are working.

Watch this quick video tutorial, and keep reading below for more info about each feature.


1. The Markbook

Each Subject has its own Markbook, which provides a visual breakdown of student progress over multiple lessons. Click into the Subject you want to review (Year 9 Science - Mr McD in this example), and then click on the Markbook button in the green header.



Each of the icons in the Markbook means something different. Take a look at the example above: 

  1. The open eye icon means the student has opened the lesson. Diana opened every lesson through the 1.5 Quiz, but she hasn't submitted anything yet.
  2. The inbox tray means the student has submitted the lesson. Kamala and Peter both submitted quite a few lessons.
  3. If the inbox tray is accompanied by a lock, such as Carol's 1.5 Quiz, then the student has submitted their lesson and cannot take it back to keep working on it. 
  4. A red icon indicates that the lesson was submitted after the assigned due date. Carol and Peter both submitted their Introduction lesson late.
  5. An X means that the work has been marked by the teacher, and then the teacher requested resubmission so the student can try again. Kamala needs to put more effort into her Intro lesson.
  6. A Check mark means the work was marked and answers were released to the student - they don't need to resubmit. Carol's Overview lesson is complete and satisfactory.
  7. A percentile mark only appears on assessed lessons, such as Kamala's 1.5 Quiz, after answers are released to the student. The title of the assessed lesson is also highlighted in orange.



Hover over an icon to reveal more information, including when the lesson was submitted.



Click on the icon to view the student's work. The first thing you'll see below the lesson title is the submissions timeline for that particular student. This timeline includes when the lesson was opened for the first time and when the most recent work was done.


2. Analytics

Every lesson has its own Analytics page which allows you to see how your students are progressing through a lesson or test. This page updates while students work, giving you a real-time look at their progress.



From your Subject's Lessons page, click on the lesson your students are working on. Near the upper right corner is a toggle switch offering Teacher view, Student view, and Analytics. Click on Analytics to continue.



This view includes the current status of each student on the lesson: Not started; Working; and Submitted. Question Analysis breaks down the number of correct and incorrect responses to auto-marked questions, and provides links to view responses to open ended questions using Quick Review. In the example above, Q1-Q8 are all automatically marked, and Q9 at the bottom offers a link to Quick Review.

For more information on the Analytics page, click here.

Learn about how to use Quick Review for fast, easy marking here.