Using real-time analytics, such as you'll find on the Live Class Board (LCB), you can evaluate student performance not only after the fact, but while your students are taking the assessment.
Real-Time Progress of Students During Assessment | Live Class Board
Teachers can watch in real-time as students are working on the assessment. From the Assignments screen, select Responses and view the class’ progress. The bar graph indicates how the class is performing per question—green means the number correct, red incorrect, yellow partially correct, grey skipped, and blue indicates questions that need to be manually graded. The blue line running through the bar graph shows the average time spent on each question by the class.
To access the Live Class Board, teachers or admins need to navigate to the Assessment, select the class, and finally select Responses. Here is how to do that.
Start at the Assessments tab.
Go to "My Assessments" and click on the title of the assessment. This takes you to all of the classes that have been assigned this assessment (in the example below the title is Bubble Practice)
Alternatively, you can open the Actions drop down box and select Responses (both paths will take you to the next screen where you can select a particular class).
Here the user will see a list of all classes that have been assigned the assessment. If you are an elementary teacher, you may only see one class, a middle or high school teacher may see several periods, and an admin may see all classes in the school or district.
Click on the name of the class or select Responses to see that class's Live Class Board.
Once you are on the Live Class Board, you can access real-time data and a premium subscriber will also see the Express Grader and Report Card. Here, many other functions can also be performed such as redirect, download scores, etc.
As students are completing the assignment(s), you as the teacher have insight into real-time data.
|Green Tile||Red Tile||Blue Tile||Yellow Tile||Light Gray Tile||Dark Gray Tile|
|Correct||Incorrect||Needs Grading||Partially Correct||Skipped||Currently On|
Next, by selecting the Express Grader tab, the teacher can see a table view of each student’s responses by question.
Helpful Article: Using Express Grader