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This page is about the Lesson Report tab that is available to a teacher.
- A teacher in edit mode can click on the "Reports" tab in a lesson.
- Lesson reports can also be reached from Grades in the course administration menu by clicking on the Lesson name in the column title. Note: the lesson can not be a practice lesson and have a grade to appear in a grades report.
- Student activity (sometimes called logs) of page views can be seen in the report menu.
Lesson report tab
The Lesson Reports tab has an "Overview" (default) and a "Detailed statistics" screen links. The reports show student scores and grades for an individual lesson.
This screen has two sections.
- The top section shows all student attempts. By clicking on the specific attempt, the teacher can view the student's answers to specific questions. It is also possible to delete a student attempt by checking the attempt and using the pull down menu to change "Choose" to "Delete".
Note: the "See all course grades" link that goes to the course grade report.
- The lower section shows lesson statistics of the: Average score, Average time, High score, Low score, High time, Low time.
This view shows every page and the choices offered to a student. It tells the teacher what percentage of the class selected each answer on a question page. While the report is available by clicking on a student's individual attempt,it is different than a quiz report. The Lesson detailed report will give the raw score (for example, 11/13) of a student.
The detailed report shows each page's choice buttons and where the button will jump. Note that it does not tell the teacher what percentage of students selected a content page choice.
- TIP: The detailed report will not show how the individual student answered each question. This tool is located in the overview tab.
Grades in lesson
For a lesson to be graded, it must have at least one question where a student can receive a score and the lesson can not be a practice lesson. Grades are calculated when the student has completed a lesson. Grades are kept for every student attempt.
Tips and Tricks
- It is possible to change a grade using the Grades report in the administrative block by using the "turn editing on" button. The "See all course grades" link on the Lesson>Report>Overview menu will take the teacher to the Grades report screen.