MyEducator's robust Analytics can help instructors and administrators get a snap-shot of the progress of the students in the course.
Here is a brief video to demonstrate how to use MyEducator's Analytics:
In order to access the analytics, click on the ANALYTICS tab.
Instructors have a wealth of options when it comes to seeing what students are doing in the course. MyEducator analytics allow instructors to view student engagement and performance statistics.
In order to view the analytics for the entire student roster, click on ANALYTICS – STUDENTS.
From this page instructors can view if students are reading, watching videos, and completing the practice assessments. The last column highlights the assessment performance for the students.
Instructors can sort each column to view the students who are struggling the most vs. those who are performing the best. Instructors have the ability to click on an individual name of a student to see their personalized analytics profile.
This page will display the three rings of engagement at the top of the screen. There is also a detailed breakdown of how the student is performing in each chapter below. The instructor will have the opportunity to drill down at any point to see more detail relating to reading, video, and assessment engagement and performance. The ANALYTICS tab can also be used to search for students by name.
In order to get an idea of how the class is performing on assessments within the course, click on ANALYTICS – ASSESSMENTS.
Clicking on this button will bring the instructor to a page that shows overal course assessment statistics.
At a glance instructors can see which assessments are the most difficult for their students. This allows instructors to know where students are struggling so that lesson plans can be adjusted to account for more difficult course concepts.
From the assessment analytics page, instructors can click on any assessment to get a more detailed breakdown of class performance. If most of the class performed poorly a certain question, this is usually a red flag.
Another way for instructors to get an overall idea of how the class is performing is downloading the gradebook. In order to do this, click on ANALYTICS – GRADEBOOK.
The gradebook can be downloaded in either an excel or comma delimited text file format.