You can view assignment data at any time after creating an assignment.

Viewing Assignment Data

  1. Click on the Classes tab and select a class.

  2. Select the Assignments sub-tab.

  3. You will see an Assignments list and from there, you can click on any assignment to be taken to its data report view.

  4. At the top of the page, you can view an overview of the class's performance.

  5. Scroll down to the Students or Questions tab to view a breakdown of how each student performed and how the class performed on each question.

View Student Performance By Question

To gain a more in-depth view of question-level data by student, you can view how each student answered questions for multiple question types. To view student submissions, follow these steps:

  1. After navigating to the Assignment you would like to view, scroll down to the Students tab

  2. Click on any student’s name

  3. On the left-hand side, you will see all of the questions in the assignment and a “Correct” or “Incorrect” label. Click on the question you would like to view.

  4. The student’s guess will be highlighted in blue for multiple-choice, multiple select, and two-way table questions and displayed under the question for fill-in-the-blank and dropdown questions.

A few notes:

  • The Previous Student and Next Student buttons (1) will allow you to easily navigate through all student submissions. Alternatively, you can jump to any student in the class by clicking the blue dropdown (2) with the student’s name in the upper left corner.

  • To quickly view which questions the student answered correctly and incorrectly, click on the View Report button (3).

Exporting Assignment Data

From your Assignments tab within any classroom, you can click on an assignment to view student results. At the top-right corner of the page, you will see two buttons to export the assignment's data:

  • Basic

    • Simply exports the data you see in the view to a CSV.

  • Detailed

    • Provides a very detailed breakdown of students, questions, and attempts that goes beyond what is shown in the view.

You can export and download these reports and upload them into your grade book.

If you want to view how students answered incorrectly on multiple-choice questions, download the Detailed (Excel) and explore the Students tab. Additionally, if you would like to view the number of questions a student answered correctly and incorrectly on an assignment, the Basic (CSV) will include a column with this information.

Note: To download a Detailed Excel, ensure the assignment title does not contain any symbols (%,&,/, etc). If needed, you can rename an assignment anytime.

To learn more about data-driven instruction, explore our Data Analysis mini-course on Albert Academy.

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