Monitor the activity of your students
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Written by Thijs Gillebaart
Updated over a week ago

When you’re teaching in a classroom, you can easily see which students are well prepared and which students are not. You can already get a feeling about the student’s progress after one little chat.

However, when you’re teaching in an online classroom, it is normally much harder to see how well the students are doing.

That’s why we developed ‘Monitor’: a clear dashboard for teachers. Here you can track your students' activity in your course.

What you can see in ‘Monitor’:

  • The number of students in the course.

  • The number of students that have been invited to join the course.

  • The number of students that have been added to the course but have not yet been invited.

  • The number of students that are registered to the course and that are yet to register.

  • The number of (in)active students.

  • General progress: how many lessons and challenges are completed?

  • Per subject you can see how many students have completed it, and how many students have completed all of the challenges in that lesson.

  • Per student you can see which lessons and challenges they have completed, by clicking on the individual student's name.

Useful tools:

  • Do you want to encourage the last students to register on the platform as well? In ‘Monitor’, you can send them a quick email by clicking on "send invitations".

  • Is your course divided over multiple groups? You can assign these groups in ‘Monitor’. This way every teacher can quickly find the students in their group.

  • You can filter your students per group by clicking on "All students" next to the funnel icon.

  • You can add students to your course, either individually or by CSV, you can find more on this here.

  • You can invite colleagues to or remove them from your course in the "Teachers" tab. More on how to do this here.

  • If you want to gain even more insight into your course you can export data from your course via the "Data Export" button. A detailed description of all exportable data can be found here.

Are you interested in not only the activity but also the current knowledge and skills of your students? Check out our assessment tool.

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