What are the options for grade reporting?
There are several reporting options in the LMS Reporting depending on which LMS you select. I currently use Google Classroom that allows me to give a manual grade to students, reports for when students are on time or late, and the use of applications that give immediate reports. Quizizz.com is a great application that makes learning fun for the student with game like quizzes. Quizizz.com gives information back to the student and teacher showing how many attempts were made, the grade, the class rank, and which questions were wrong.
Are there various levels?
Within Google Classroom there are two main levels of reporting; Teacher Level and Student Level. Student level gives student data can result in a report view that indicates the number of times a student accesses a course, attempts a quiz, visited content, or used a particular tool. The reports can aggregate across students in a course, and this data can be informative about the effectiveness of the online course. Teacher Level gives a report may look at course grades per course offering or across semesters/sessions to indicate positive or negative results per teacher, as well as overall material within the course’s effectiveness. A teacher may look at their own data or their students’ data for differentiation or evaluation of their teaching methods.
Which levels remain most valuable for the online instructor in regard to student performance?
I feel that the teacher level is the most valuable from a teacher perspective. The teacher level allows me to monitor the growth of a student to ensure that standards are being met.
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