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Unit Folders to organize assessments

The ability to organize tasks into folders (i.e., units of study).
Guest about 4 years ago in Assessments 1 Planned

Ability to delete/archive assessments without first deleting or grading each student response

Sometimes an extempore will be assigned with the main purpose of increasing on task behavior, but due to limited instructor time, the instructor may not to grade every assignment like this. To de-clutter the Classes, Grading and Gradebook pages it...
Mike Braden about 4 years ago in Assessments 1 Likely to implement

New Data Points/Analytics for Teachers

Number of times students listens to prompt. Number of times student records a multiple attempt question. Number of times a student attempt was 'unlocked' Minutes spoke per question, per assessment, and total. Time assessment opened versus when it ...
Sam Slagle about 4 years ago in Teacher Portal 0

Ability to Mass Select student responses in 'Grading'

To make deleting multiple student attempts less cumbersome. To allow for a grade/feedback to be provided in the masses.
Sam Slagle about 4 years ago in Grading 1

Randomize Questions to help avoid student cheating (question bank)

Ability to have a question bank while determining the number of questions that will be part of the assessment. For example, a teacher might have 10 questions in the question bank and selects that it is a 5 question assessment. By randomly assignin...
Sam Slagle about 4 years ago in Assessments 0

Ability to provide a cumulative score by Assessment

Right now a score is provided per question if a rubric is present. A cumulative score for the assessment is calculated based on this. Some prefer to grade the entire assessment rather than a grade per question to make grading more efficient.
Sam Slagle about 4 years ago in Grading 2