How do I check task completion/progress?

Being able to check how your students are progressing with their work is a valuable way for you to monitor and guide their learning.

Go to Tasks from your Control Panel.

Navigate to the progress section of the task.

For tasks based on Smart Lesson content

Task Summary appears at the top of the progress report, with some brief information about how many students have been assigned the task and how far through it they are. This information also appears in the form of a pie graph.

Insights are handy pieces of information, outlining at a glance how well your students are progressing with their task. Here, you can find out if any students are struggling with a section, or if some have completed sections that you can check out.

Scroll down to view overall completion of the lesson for individual students in the  Students' Progress section.

Click on a student's name to see a breakdown of that individual student's results. 

Click any of the task sections to see the student's overall accuracy for these questions. There will also be an option to the view any work that students have done, where available.

For tasks based on vocabulary list content

Similar Task Summary information appears at the top, with additional information about how many questions students have answered.

Scroll down to  Task Completion to view a breakdown of how much of the task your students have completed.

Scroll down to the  Students' Results box to see how far through the task individual students are, and how accurate they've been. The clock icon indicates that some of the work was completed while the task was overdue.

Select the  Show me what my students are doing button to get a live update of what the students are doing, if the task is in progress. You can see which students are not focused on the window, if they have a bad internet connection, who is idle, who is online and who is offline.

Scroll right to the bottom to see  Challenging Questions - how many students have attempted a difficult question, how many times they've answered that question overall, and how accurate the class has been for that question.

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