Viewing Student Results

As an instructor, you can view student grades for all assignments as well as view in-depth student and class-wide performance reports for individual assignments.

Viewing Student Results For All Assignments

The Student Results Table and the Activity List Page both give an overview of how students are doing on all assignments within your student set(s). Specifically, the table on the Activity List Page displays your class’s average grade for each available assignment as well as the average time spent on each assignment. The Student Results Table breaks this down further, giving you a report of each student’s grade for, and average time spent on, each assignment.

Student Results Table

You can view results for all activities, broken down by student, by clicking on the “Student Results” button in the top right-hand corner of the Activity List Page.

Once you click on this button, you will be taken to the Student Results table, which displays the grades for all students for all submitted assignments within a particular student set.

By default, the Student Results table will display results for the Student Set you selected on the Activity List Page. However, you may see the results for other Student Sets on this page by selecting the Student Set you would like to see from the “Show Results for” dropdown menu.

In the Student Results page, you can see a breakdown of all the students’ grades for each assignment, as well as a breakdown of how much time students spent on an assignment.

Viewing Individual Student Grades

To see student Grades for each assignment, click on the word Grades in the upper right-hand corner of the Student Results table.

This will display a table with the students’ names and email addresses, the students’ average grades on all Smartwork5 assignments, and the students’ grades for each assignment. This table will display any assignment where at least one student has attempted a question.

The grades are shaded in a spectrum of red according to a how low or high they are, with grades of 100% displayed in white. The closer a grade is to 0%, the darker it will be; the closer the grade is to 100%, the lighter it will be. This is done to help instructors quickly identify students who may have struggled on an assignment.

If a student did not complete an assignment, the grade will appear as a 0.

You can filter your results via the search bar. You may filter by student name or student email.

You can export the data in this table to a .csv file by clicking on the “Export Report Data” button in the top right of the Student Results Page.

 

The Overall Grade In Smartwork5

Smartwork5 calculates an overall grade for each student. It appears in the column immediately to the right of the student names.

If you are integrating Smartwork5 into your campus Learning Management System with individual activity links, one link per assignment, then the overall grade will not be sent over to your LMS.

  • In this case, use your LMS gradebook to define overall grading.

Which assignments are graded?

A student’s overall Smartwork5 grade is calculated from assignments depending on their Grades Accepted Until (GAU) dates.

  • Assignments with past GAU dates are always counted in the overall grade.
  • Assignments with future GAU dates are counted only if the student has earned a score on them already.
  • Assignments with no GAU date are not assigned, and are not counted in the overall grade.
    • Except: if none of your assignments have GAU dates, then they are all counted in the overall grade.

How is the overall Smartwork5 grade calculated?

The overall grade is calculated differently, depending on whether you’ve chosen to display assignment grades in percentages or in points.

  • If your assignments display scores in percentages, then a student’s overall grade is also a percentage.
    • The overall grade is an average of all of the student’s counted assignment grades.
    • Percentage grading is the default assignment setting.
    • In this case, all assignments are worth the same amount.
  • If you have set all of your published assignments to display scores in points, then a student’s overall grade is shown as both a point value and a percentage.
    • The overall grade is a total grade for all their counted assignments.
    • If your published assignments have a mix of percentage and point grading, then the overall grade defaults to the percentage system.

Example: Grading in Percentages

If your Smartwork5 assignment scores are shown in percentages, then each student’s overall grade is their average grade on counted assignments.

For example, supposed a student has earned these grades:

  • Chapter 1 Review (past due): 90%
  • Chapter 2 Review (past due): 100%
  • Chapter 3 Review (not yet due): 80%
  • Chapter 4 Review (not yet due): — (the student hasn’t started yet)
  • Math Review (no due date): 80%

This student’s overall score counts Chapter Reviews 1 and 2 because they’re past due, and Chapter 3 Review because the student has earned a score.

Chapter 4 Review isn't counted because the student hasn’t done any work yet, and the Math Review isn’t counted because it doesn’t have a due date (that is, it’s unassigned).

So the student’s overall score is the average of Chapter Reviews 1–3: (90 + 100 + 80) ÷ 3 = 90%

If you have integrated Smartwork5 with your campus Learning Management System with a single homepage link, this should be the grade you see for that student in your LMS gradebook.

Example: Grading in Points

If your Smartwork5 assignment scores are shown in points as well as percentages, then each student’s overall grade is the combined grade of all their counted assignments.

For example, suppose a student has earned these grades:

  • Chapter 1 Review (past due): 9/10 (90%)
  • Chapter 2 Review (past due): 10/10 (100%)
  • Chapter 3 Review (not yet due): 12/15 (80%)
  • Chapter 4 Review (not yet due): — (the student hasn’t started yet)
  • Math Review (no due date): 16/20 (80%)

This student’s overall score counts Chapter Reviews 1 and 2 because they’re past due, and Chapter 3 Review because the student has earned a score.

Chapter 4 Review isn't counted because the student hasn’t done any work yet, and the Math Review isn’t counted because it doesn’t have a due date (that is, it’s unassigned).

So the student’s overall score is the total from Chapter Reviews 1–3: (9 + 10 + 12) / (10 + 10 + 15) = 31/35 (89%)

If you have integrated Smartwork5 with your campus Learning Management System with a single homepage link, the percentage grade should be the grade you see for that student in your LMS gradebook.

Viewing Time Spent in an Activity

To see the Time student spends in each activity, click on “Time Spent” in the upper right corner of the Student Results page.

You can filter your results by entering a student’s name or email address into the search bar.

Activity List Page

The course Activity List Page shows an average of all student results by assignment. To see this, select the student set for which you would like to see data in the student set drop-down menu.

Once you select the Student Set, you will see that the assignments with assigned Grades Accepted Until dates will automatically filter to the top of the Activity List Page.

The Activity List displays an aggregate of student results in the following categories:

  • Submitted grades – this is a count of the number of students who successfully recorded their grades for the assignment. This count does not include students who started the activity and did not record their grades.
  • Average Time Spent – this is an average of the amount of time students spent in the assignment.
  • Average Grade – this is the average of the grades students earned on the assignment.

For each assignment with recorded grades, you can access in-depth performance reports for that activity by clicking on the “Report” button. We will discuss this further in the next section.

Exporting Data in the Activity List

To export the Activity List data to a .csv file, click on the “Export Report Data” button in the right hand corner, above the Activity Table.

Viewing In-Depth Performance Reports For Each Assignment

You can view student results on an assignment level by going to the Class Activity Report for a particular assignment.

Class Activity Report

The Class Activity Report provides in-depth reports on individual student and class-wide performance on the assignment. The Class Activity Report breaks the results down in three ways: by student, by question, and by objective.

Getting Started

With the new Report button, it now redirects you directly into the Class Activity Report. 

The Class Activity Report allows you to view an aggregate of data from all students who completed the assignment, or data from students in a particular Student Set. Once in the Class Activity Report, you can change the Student Set you are viewing by selecting a particular Student Set from the Student Set drop-down menu underneath the assignment name.

If the assignment is a Fully Adaptive Assignment (Chemistry Assignments only) , you would see a slight change in the Class Activity Report.

Furthermore, you can export all of the data in this page to a .csv or .pdf file by clicking the “Export” button.

Graphs

The Class Activity Report contains three graphs, all of which are located in the top half of the report:

  • A bar graph displaying the frequency of student grades
    • A horizontal bar graph displaying how many students have completed the Learning Objects Mastery. (Only in Fully Adaptive Chemistry Assignments)
  • A pie chart displaying the number of students who completed, started, and have not yet started the assignment
  • A bar graph depicting the average time students spent working on the assignment


You can expand each graph by clicking on the arrows located in the graph’s upper right-hand corner.

Students Tab

The Student Tab displays student performance on the assignment by student. By default, this is the first tab that displays in the Class Activity Report. In this tab, you will find data for each student on the following topics:

  • Score – this gives the students’ score on the assignment, displayed as a percentage
  • Questions Answered – this displays the number of questions the student answered out of the total number of questions in the assignment
  • Incorrect Attempts – this displays the total number of incorrect attempts the students made on the questions in the assignment
  • Time Spent – this gives the total time the student spent working in the assignment

You can also search for a particular student’s results by clicking on the magnifying glass icon, located in the left corner of the Students tab. Clicking this icon will bring up a search bar, which you can use to search by student name. 

From the Students tab, you can also view an in-depth report of how each student performed on each question. To see this review, known as the Student Detail overlay, click on the two arrows next to the name of the student you would like to see results for.

In the Student Detail Overlay, you will find the following information:

*Regular Assignment

  • Overall Score – this lists the total score the student earned on the assignment, as a percentage.
  • Time Spent –this lists the total amount of time the student spent on the assignment.
  • Questions completed – this lists the number of questions the student completed. This is displayed as a fraction, out of the total number of questions.

Furthermore, the table in the Student Detail Overlay gives you the following information:

  • Score—this lists the number of points the student earned on each question in the assignment. This is presented as a fraction out of the total number of points the student could have earned on the question
  • Attempts—this lists the number of attempts the student used when answering the question. This is displayed as a fraction, out of the total number of 
  • Submission Date—this lists when the student completed the question by a) exhausting her attempts, b) answering correctly, or c) giving up and viewing the solution.  The penalty icon next to the submission date indicates a late submission.
    Time Spent – this lists the amount of time the student spent answering the question.

If a Knewton adaptive portion has been included in a Chemistry assignment, you would see the Knewton Logo next to the specific part to which you can expand and receive more details regarding the questions that each student has answered. 

* Fully Adaptive Assignment

Clicking on the “Export” button gives you the option to export the information in the Student Detail Overlay to a .pdf or a .csv file.

Questions Tab

The Questions Tab is located to the right of the Students Tab, and displays student results by each question in the assignment.

In this tab, you will find data for each question in the following topics:

  • Average Score – this gives you the average score students received out of the total number of possible points for the question.
  • Student Submissions – this gives you the total number of students who successfully submitted the question for a grade.
  • Average Attempts – this gives you the average number of attempts students made on the question before answering it correctly, running out of attempts, or giving up on the question.
  • Average Time Spent – this gives you the average time students spent on the question.
  • Knewton Adaptive for Chemistry (Warm up or Follow up) – you shall see there is a Knewton Adaptive logo which you can expand and see (once completed) the specific questions that were answered to successfully master the objectives.

From the Questions Tab, you can also view an in-depth report of how each student in your class did on a particular question, known as the Question Detail overlay. To access this, click on the arrows next to the question for which you would like to see results.

 

In the Question Detail Overlay, you will find the following information:

  • Average Score – this lists the average score students earned on this question.
  • Average Time Spent –this lists the average time the students spent on this question.
  • Student Submissions – this lists the number of students who successfully submitted their answers for this question. A successful submission constitutes the following: a) getting the answer correct, b) exhausting answer attempts, and c) giving up on the question and viewing the solution.

Additionally, you will find a paragraph with information about the question’s title, the number of modules it contains, and the learning objectives it covers. You will also find a scatterplot detailing the amount of time students spent on the question verses the number of points they earned.

Furthermore, the table in the Question Detail Overlay gives you the following information:

  • Score—this lists the number of points students earned on the question in the assignment. This is presented as a fraction out of the total number of points the student could have earned on the question
  • Attempts—this lists the number of attempts the student used when answering the question.
  • Submission Date—this lists when students completed the question by a) exhausting her attempts, b) answering correctly, or c) giving up and viewing the solution.
  • Time Spent – this lists the amount of time students spent answering the question.

You can also see exactly how students answered the question by clicking on the arrow next to the name of the student.

Clicking on the “Export” button gives you the option to export the information in the Student Detail Overlay to a .pdf or a .csv file.

Objectives Tab

The Objectives Tab is located to the right of the Questions Tab, and displays class-wide performance by each learning objective covered in the assignment. Learning objectives are brief learning goals that are associated with a particular chapter and section in the textbook. Not all questions are tied to a learning objective.

With Knewton Adaptive learning objectives in Cheimstry, you would see a Knewton Logo indicating the adaptive component to the learning objective.

In this section, you will find data on each learning objective in the following topics:

  • Average Time Spent – This gives the average time students spent on questions associated with this learning objective.
  • Average Score – This gives the average score students received on questions associated with this learning objective.

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