Assignment Reviewer

One key aspect of our courseware is that students get their own order and iterations of question types in Certify and WebTests. This can be difficult for you as an instructor if students don’t write down the questions they are struggling with, as problem #7 is different for everyone! But for any Certify attempts or WebTests taken in the web platform, you can review each question for your students. This will allow you to see the exact questions they got correct, as well as what answers they entered and what feedback they are getting!

To access this feature, first go to the All Student Scores report under the Reports tab. You can select any HLS Lesson/WebTest cell to open the drop-down menu, where you will select Review Assignment.

List of student names and each lesson opened up in a spreadsheet with icons for each lesson showing if student completed the assignment or if the lesson is still assigned. Right-click the icon and see the date completed and options to edit score, edit due date, and Review Assignment. Select that last one.

This will open the Assignment Reviewer, which will list any attempts for that assignment by the selected student. You can see at a glance how many attempts students have, the time spent in the lesson/WebTest, and which lessons were mastered. Selecting Review Attempt will open the specific questions students had on an individual attempt for you to review.

Assignment Reviewer will open up the students' attempts.

You can skip through questions using the drop-down menu on the upper left-hand side. These are the exact iterations the student answered and the answer they entered. There is also the time summary and a link to view the Solution.

Check out the exact questions students received in their assignment.

 

Check out how to use this tool in our video!

Please note that the student to-do list is available for the following products: Basic Mathematics, Developmental Mathematics, Foundations of Mathematics, Prealgebra, Prealgebra & Introductory Algebra, Preparation for College Mathematics, Introductory Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, Introductory & Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Beginning Statistics, Discovering Statistics, Discovering Business Statistics, Viewing Life Mathematically, and Foundations of English.

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