Community

Completed Feature Ideas
2

Learning Objective Report

Follow

I would love to be able to generate reports based on learning objectives. Often, I will test multiple learning objectives with each assessment, but I want a way to automatically generate a report that shows me how successful students are with sub-topics, other than opening each individual question on each individual test.

Something like this would be fantastic- If I'm entering my own learning objectives and attaching them to test questions, I want to be able to see how successful students are with each particular objective. Thanks!

Completed

4 comments

  • Avatar
    Julie Yoon Official comment

    Hi Erika,

    We recently released a Mastery feature that allows teachers (and students) to track their mastery of learning outcomes, common core, and state standards.

    This feature is currently available for Enterprise clients. If you have an Enterprise account, you can learn more about the Mastery feature through the Help Center.

    If you don't currently have an Enterprise account, you can learn more about the Enterprise solution here: https://support.schoology.com/hc/en-us/articles/201001363-How-do-I-get-an-Enterprise-account-.

    If you have any questions, please let me know!

    Sincerely,
    Julie

  • 0
    Avatar
    Mr. Marquardt

    I just tested it out. It is a step in the right direction, but there seem to be 1 problem.
    You can correlate multiple standards to an assignment, but you cannot use a custom rubric.
    The result is that you must give 1 overall score that then feeds into all associated standards. Is there a way to fix this?

  • 0
    Avatar
    Mr. STANERSON

    Thanks! If I understand this correctly when a teacher tags an test question with a learning objective for example, it will track progress for that student and the class for that objective? Perfect.

  • 0
    Avatar
    Julie Yoon

    Hi Ben,

    Yes, that's correct!

    Sincerely,
    Julie

Please sign in to leave a comment.
Powered by Zendesk