View Progress Reports by Course
We know how important it is for you to know where your students are in understanding the discussions from the classes, events, or contents that you’re adding in the course.
Wajooba helps you track your students’ progress for each activity or tests that you add in the course. Tracking their progress greatly contributes to your training strategy such as conducting reviews, holding private classes, facilitating more tests, hosting one-on-one sessions with guardians, and so on to further help your students grasp the whole context and objectives of your course.
To view your progress report by course, go to Reports and select Progress Report. You can filter the students based on the course from the dropdown at the upper right corner of the page.
We’ll help you understand your progress reports to help you assess your next teaching strategy.
Understanding the Progress Report by Course
After you filter the course, you’ll see multiple columns that will help you see how each student is performing in the discussions, activities, and tests.
You may see a variation on the number of activities and tests depending on the published activities available per batch.
Here’s a quick guide to help you understand each parameter.
|This column lists all attendees of the course, regardless of the batch they belong to. This is a quick link which allows you to access the student’s profile as well.
|The progress column shows a progress bar with a percentage showing the student’s completion of the published activities in your course curriculum.
|This shows a numerical value of the progress column, so you can quickly see how many activities were completed versus the total number of published activities.
|The Total Completed column shows the total number of completed activities.
|This shows the total number of activities each student has to complete. This may vary according to the batch they belong to.
|This shows the total number of tests a student passed.
|This shows the total number of tests a student failed.
|This shows the total number of tests available according to the batch the students belong to.
Created by: Paul Romuel Danila