Instructors / New Features

NEW Project Objective Analysis Report per Student

Instructors can use a new report to view how their students are doing on each Student Learning Objective all on the same screen. This report displays their student’s percent score on each Student Learning Objective (SLO) from each time that objective has been scored in a project across as many projects as the instructor chooses.

For Example, you may want to know how well students did on the SLO IP19-WD-02.1, Format a document by customizing margins, page orientation, paper size, vertical alignment, and page movement across the project assignments in your course. The Project Objective Analysis Report per Student report provides this information.

In the report result, each SLO in each project you select for your report will be displayed in its own column. Each student in each course you select for your report will be displayed in their own row. The percent score represents the total number of times that the student got the question right out of the total number of times that SLO was used in any project that was used to generate the report.

Project Analysis Report per Student result
Project Analysis Report per Student result

To create a new Project Objective Analysis Report per Student, navigate to the Reports section of the course manager and select Create on the left navigation. In the Type drop-down menu, select Project Objective Analysis Report per Student. Create your report title. Select the desired Class, Campus, and Project options. Select the Group All Sections of Selected Class Yes radio button if you would like to group the results by class. Selecting this option will display the results of the selected course in all campuses, and will therefore remove the Campus option. Select a specific date range if your course has old sections that you would like to filter out of your results.

Project Objective Analysis per Student report options
Project Objective Analysis per Student report options
Note: This report displays results from each student attempt at each relevant SLO. If a student submitted a project with mistakes multiple times before submitting a project with the correct answer, each submission counts toward the SLO percent score. This may make the SLO score in this report lower than the student’s grade on any relevant project.