The Graphic Learner Progress with Module Mastery Report is intended to help educators with a heavy emphasis on module mastery. It provides insight to progress, course mastery and current performance in one view. It shows students' progress based on the number of course activities they have completed as well as modules mastered (80% or above). This report can be generated with the following options:
- By Learner: use this option if you want to generate a report for one Learner in one class with the options to select a single or multiple assignments.
- By Class & Assignment: use this option if you want to generate a report for one class/one assignment with the options to select a single or multiple Learners.
This report is available to Account Administrators and Program Administrators in Admin Center in pdf and CSV formats.
Graphic Learner Progress with Module Mastery Report example:
- Total Activities Completed is the total number of activities in the course
- Modules Mastered is the number of modules mastered (80% or above on the Mastery Test) in the course
- Current Grade (Gradebook customers only)
Below is a list of items that are considered Activities in our different course types:
Plato Course - Mastery Test
- Post Test
- End of Semester Test
- Lesson Activity
- Course Activity
- Unit Activity
Plato Course - Quiz
- How You Will be Graded
- Unit Title
- Unit Summary
- Text Questions
- Lab Questions
- Quiz Review
- Quiz Game
- Unit Quiz
- Midterm Test
- Midterm Discussion
- Final Exam Test
- Final Exam Discussion
How do "Exempted" items impact progress?
If an assignment has exemptions, either by scoring well on the pretest or by manual exemption, those exempted items WILL be added to the calculation, counting towards progress in the course.
Note: In the event a student performs any work in an exempted module, that module will still count towards progress completion; however, if the student works in any teacher-graded activity such as a Dropbox Activity or Graded Discussion, this will in effect "un-exempt" the item and remove it from the progress calculation, thus removing progress from the progress bar.
For this reason, it is imperative that a student not perform work in an exempted activity unless the student wants to disregard the exemption, or the instructor wishes that activity included despite the exemption.
If the student works in an exempted item on accident, and that adversely affects their progress, we recommend the student reach out to their Instructor.
How do "Hidden" activities impact the progress?
If an assignment has hidden items, they will NOT be removed from the calculation, so if an educator has hidden an item, the student will not be able to achieve 100% completion. To completely remove the activity, we recommend customizing the course as opposed to using the hide feature, as that is primarily available for controlling sequential access to a learning path.
Does the report work for Assessment and Prescriptive Assignments?
The Graphic Learner Progress report cannot be used for prescriptive assignments. The report is intended to be used to compare Learner's progress for PLATO Courses and Titles. Prescriptions, however, are individualized, based on Learner's performance on benchmark assessments, so they do not provide a basis for comparison. Instead, run individual Learner Progress reports for Learner's prescriptions or a Learner Portfolio Report.
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