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There are 3 places to find reports about a lesson. The teacher will see a Report tab in edit mode.  However, Lesson reports can be found in the administration menu for the course.  It is possible to use the report menu to see student activity (sometimes called logs) in a specific lesson. A teacher may decide to turn on the Lesson grading functions.  The resulting grade can be see in the Grades section of the administration block.  
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{{Update}}This page is about the Lesson Report tab that is available to a teacher.
  
A grade can be calculated when the student has completed a lesson. In order to keep the method of grading reasonably transparent a relatively simple formula is used. It is the number of correct answers divided by the number of question pages seen. This number is then simply scaled by the grade parameter of the lesson.
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*A teacher in edit mode can click on the "Reports" tab in a lesson.
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*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.   
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*Student activity (sometimes called logs) of page views can be seen in the [[Reports|report]] menu.
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==Lesson report tab==
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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.
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[[Image:Lesson_Tabs_Report18.JPG|center]]
  
When Custom Scoring is turned On in the Lesson settings, then the grading algorithm changes. Instead of the above, the grade is based on earned points by the user, which is divided by the total points possible. So, the point values associated with each of the user's answers are added up. That is then divided by the total of the maximum points that the user could have earned for each page answered. This number is then scaled by the grade parameter of the lesson.
 
  
A lesson is graded when the student reaches the End of Lesson. This point is usually reached by answering the question on the last (logical) page correctly.
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===Overview===
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This screen has two sections.
  
The student does not have to go through all of the lesson in one "sitting". If a student goes through some pages and then breaks off, the next time they view the lesson they are asked whether they want to start at the beginning of the lesson or at the point where they left off. The latter point is actually the page they reached with their last correct answer. The previous "attempts" are recorded and the grade for "broken" sessions will include pages seen and questions answered in other sessions.
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*'''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".
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[[File:Lesson-report overview 1.png|center|thumb|Example of Overview report]]
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Note: the "See all course grades" link that goes to the course [[Grades|grade report]].
  
In a way giving a grade to a lesson is both a blessing and a curse. The main focus of a lesson should be the transfer of knowledge in a reasonably interesting way. Giving a grade may well turn the lesson into a kind of quiz where giving the answers correct is the sole goal. On the other hand, students like to get a perfect "score" and giving grades may well be the carrot needed to get the student to repeat the lesson until they get the magic 100%.
 
  
Although lessons do have grades, they should not be considered as assignments which lead to meaningful "marks". They are most useful as Formative Assignments where the grades, although some measure of activity, are not generally counted in the final mark for the course. If lessons are used in a formal way then it is probably best to use their grades in thresholds. For example "You must get an average of at least 80% overall in the eight lessons in this course before you can take the XYZ assignment." Lessons are mainly used to get across chunks of knowledge. Testing that knowledge is something else.  
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*'''The lower section''' shows lesson statistics of the: Average score, Average time, High score, Low score, High time, Low time.
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[[Image:Lesson Report Stats19.jpg|center|thumb|Example of Overview]]
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===Detailed statistics===
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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. 
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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.
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:''TIP:'' The detailed report will not show how the individual student answered each question. This tool is located in the overview tab.
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[[Image:Lesson Report questiondetail19.jpg|thumb|center|Example of Detail statistics of a question page]]
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==Grades in lesson==
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For a lesson to be graded, it must have at least one question where a student can receive a [[Lesson score|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.
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==Tips and Tricks==
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*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.
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==See also ==
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*[[Lesson_module#Grading]] for more help on grading
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*[[Lesson score]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:30, 14 October 2011

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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.

Lesson Tabs Report18.JPG


Overview

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".
Example of Overview report

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.
Example of Overview

Detailed statistics

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.


Example of Detail statistics of a question page

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.

See also