Interpreting Course Analytics to Address Student Needs
Use e-Learning course analytics and quiz statistics to help identify struggling students, enhance assessment reliability and validity, and improve student learning. Participants will interpret various activity graphs, evaluate quizzes to make predictions, and prescribe appropriate interventions where needed to improve those outcomes.
After logging into the course, participants will have the option to navigate to the workshop welcome, get an overview of course analytics and quiz statistics, practice making predictions about outcomes, begin taking actions with student intervention, or view resources that support further research into the topics discussed. This layout is intended to provide an easy reference point for participants after the completion of the workshop.
Course Analytics and Quiz Statistics
The workshop begins with a concise introduction on how to read e-Learning course analytics and quiz statistics. Participants will engage in rich discussion while navigating through student data and analytics. Facilitators will discuss the information presented in the workshop to identify trends within their own course.
This workshop is not just about data. Participants will be equipped with knowledge to use the data to maximize course outcomes and measure student performance. Participants will drill down into students’ data to gain insight. Using the course analytics highlighted, participants will analyze student activity data in order to make predictions about likely learning outcomes.
After analyzing data, facilitators will guide participants through a hands-on practice to begin the intervention process. Participants will be given scenarios and data to make predictions and provide appropriate intervention.
This is the last workshop in a three-part series designed for participants to earn the Rethinking Assessment certification. Successful completion of all workshop requirements earns participants an open badge. This includes a course description and the criteria required to receive the badge.