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Track progress and grades for each learner
Track progress and grades for each learner

View learner progress, review completed work, post feedback, and download grades and data with built-in tracking and reporting tools.

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Written by Laurie Garcia
Updated over a week ago

For teachers and moderators

Learner progress is tracked as learners mark steps complete. Learners can view their own progress anytime, and staff members can see at a glance how a Cohort is doing as a whole, or view more detailed information about a particular learner. Quickly view the stats on the entire class and review or assign points for a single user with the learner manager and individual report cards.

How to view learner progress

Open the learner manager by selecting "View Learner Progress" from the drop down menu directly under the course title, or alternately select the user avatars on the right side of the path.

When you open that up, you'll be able to view all learners or use the search and filter features at the top to narrow your results. 

You'll see a brief overview of each learner, including name, role in the cohort, last time they were active in this cohort, and location, if provided. On the right is the learner's progress percentage and cumulative points. 

Select a learner to open a detailed report card. You'll see what percentage of the Path the learner has completed and if you're using points, what her current score is based on the steps completed and graded so far. 

Learn how to add a point value to steps here if you haven't set that up yet. 

How to read the icons on the learner progress card

To the left of each step, you'll see an indicator of the step's completion status for the learner. Here's how to interpret the various icons you may see:

  • A solid check mark means that the step is completed. If manual staff review is required, the step has been reviewed (or else no review is required).

  • A dotted check mark means that the step is completed by the learner but still needs manual review by a staff member.

  • A light gray circle means that the step is not completed. It's possible that the step was manually reset or was automatically reset because a minimum passing score was not met, and the learner needs to re-complete the step.

  • A solid arrow means that the step was skipped. If the step is optional, the learner may have skipped the step. A staff member can skip any step on a learner's behalf.

Give personal feedback

You can select any step title from the report card to open the review screen for that learner's completion of that particular step. You'll be able to review any work submitted on the step and give feedback or review feedback that you provided earlier. This is a good way to quickly see how an individual is doing.

Learners will be notified about feedback by instant email notification and can view feedback by email and within the platform. They can respond to feedback in-app or by email to dialogue privately with staff. 

Email individual learners

If you would like to have extended private conversation with any learner, you can find their email address from the View Learners screen to the right of their name under the additional actions (...) icon. 

Click or tap on the email address to send an email to that individual. Right-click or hold to copy the email address.

Export the grade book

To download learner information or your full grade book, open the additional options and select a report to download. The Scores by Step Report (grade book) will download as a CSV file that can be imported into many other apps and systems. If you don't have points assigned, the Scores by Step Report will not be available, but you can always view the Completion by Step Report to see what learners have completed.

What can learners view?

Learners will be able to see only their own report card by selecting their "Performance" icon at the top of the Path. 

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