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Using Khan Academy's assignment reports

After creating assignments for your students, it’s important to check their performance and progress. Monitoring student assignment activity allows you to celebrate student successes and provide additional, personalized support when needed.

Using the Assignment scores report

As a teacher, you can access assignment reports for any assignments given to students.
In the left navigation menu, click Assignments and then select Scores. To access this report, you must have previously assigned activities to students. Watch the video - Assigning content to your students in English or Hindi to know more.
Use the dropdown menu at the top of the page to select the time window for which you want to view assignments. There are a few preset options, or you can select a custom date range.
Student names appear alphabetically on the left side, and each column to the right of the students’ names in the report represents an individual assignment.
For each assignment you can see (1) assignment type—the paper icon indicates an article, the play button icon indicates a video, and the pencil icon indicates an exercise or assessment, (2) assignment title, and (3) assignment due date.
If the assignment is a video or article and students have completed the assignment, you will see a green checkmark. To earn completion for a video, the student must have watched at least 90% of the video at no faster than double speed. To earn completion for an article, the student must have clicked into the article.
If the assignment is an exercise, quiz, or test the student’s best score will be shown in a color-coded box. Boxes appear as red (059), yellow (6099) or green (100) based on the score earned by the student. If the student has not completed the assignment, the box will remain gray.

Using the Assignment responses report

To access a more detailed report for an individual assignment, select the assignment name for any assignment that contains questions (exercises, quizzes, or tests) from the Assignment scores report.
The image below is an example of an Assignment response report that contains seven questions. On the left side, it is possible to select the first or last attempt students made to answer the questions. You can also select each question to see students’ responses.
If you’ve chosen to provide different questions for each student, the questions appear in the order students found them most challenging. The question students answered incorrectly most frequently appears at the top, while the question students answered correctly most frequently appears at the bottom.
If you’ve chosen to provide the same questions for all students, the questions appear in the order in which they were presented to students.
On the right side, it is possible to select a specific student or the whole class to view the Assignment responses report.
Select the Responses tab to see the summary of student responses. Correct responses can be highlighted by selecting the Reveal answer button.
You can view which students gave which answers by selecting an individual response to display student names. Many teachers recommend keeping students’ names private when sharing this report with the entire class.
Select the Draw tab to reveal a scratchpad space that you can use to solve the problem live with students—most teachers recommend using a projector so students can easily follow along.
Some teachers suggest having a student, instead of the teacher, solve the problem step-by-step for the class as a way to encourage student voice and build student confidence.
In the Hints tab, you can view the step-by-step process to solve the problem. These are the same steps provided to students in real time when they select the Get a hint option in an exercise.
You can also access the Individual student assignment report by selecting the Manage tab from the class dashboard and then selecting View report for the individual assignment.

Using the Individual student assignment report

The Assignment scores report and the Assignment responses report are helpful in monitoring assignment progress for an entire class. If you’d like to look more closely at the assignment progress for a single student, use the Individual student assignment report.
From the Class dashboard, select Activity overview from the left side navigation.
Select the individual student who’s assignment progress you want to view by selecting the student’s name from the class list.
This brings you to the Individual student assignment report. Select the Assignments tab to view all assignments given to the student.
This report displays the (1) due date and time, (2) assignment name, (3) assignment status (completed/not completed), (4) attempts made on the assignment, and (5) the student’s best score if the assignment is an exercise, quiz, or test.
There is also a red indicator that appears next to the assignment status if the assignment is late—completed after the due date.
The Individual student assignment report can also be reached from the Assignment scores report. From the Assignment scores report, select the student’s name from the student list.
This will bring you to the student’s Individual student assignment report.

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