How do I use the Class Assignments Data?
Class assignments data shows you how your students performed and the number of attempts a student made before the due date. The assignment is marked "not attempted" when a student does not attempt the assignment before the due date.
Using data to inform your teaching:
- Pay close attention to the number of attempts each student has made. This is listed below each student’s name. Most students earn a medal after 3 attempts
- Offer support to students who have not passed after making 3+ attempts (this can help avoid learner frustration). When offering support:
- remind students to review their mistakes before attempting again
- assign a scaffolding activity
- have students work on recommended activities then return to the assignment
- have the student work through the teach me section (Prodigi only)
- make sure student uses scratch paper for calculations
- provide manipulatives and mathematics tools
- turn the timer off (Prodigi only)
- teacher can open the activity directly from class assignment reporting for use as demo/teaching. Focus on the EASY and MEDIUM questions, then allow students to progress onto HARD questions. Read more about teaching with Mangahigh and watch sample lessons by Mangahigh's Lead Teacher
- Where students have earned a Bronze medal in under 3 attempts, challenge the students to aim for a Silver or Gold standard by making more attempts. Encourage students to develop a Growth Mindset Workflow.
To View and Print Class assignment data:
- Click Class assignments
- Click the name of the assignment to view data
- View number of attempts, or Click EXCEL to download the assignment report for a single assignment
The EXCEL download shows you:
- Students who were not assigned this activity
- Students who did not attempt by the expiry date (due date)
- Students who did not earn a medal by the expiry date (due date)