This article will showcase the instructor's dashboard on 360 Degree Evaluation to gain an in-depth understanding of the presented features.
Click the "Start Evaluation" to start the activity. See the timer countdown activate.
Open the timer on a new page by clicking the icon next to the timer.
Pause, Resume, and End buttons will pause, resume, and stop the timer for the activity.
These are some of the settings the teacher has set and selected during the activity creation.
- MODULE: Name of the Module that this activity is included in
- COMPONENTS: These are the evaluation question content of this activity based on the Basic Settings you have selected.
- SETTINGS: Tells if the activity includes:
- Michelsen Point Distribution
- Time limit
- TEST DURATION:
- Planned - is the time-limit you have set when you created the evaluation.
- Actual - is the actual time the students took to answer the activity. This time-duration will appear when the activity has ended and is automatically calculated based on the actual time the students took to answer the evaluation.
Attendance for Section
The Attendance Block shows the list of students in each team and tells whether or not they have entered and test.
- Notice the green-ticked avatar. This means that Student 1 has Entered the specific activity.
- The gray-x avatar on the other hand means that these students haven't entered this activity.
Before starting the activity, it's a good idea to check the attendance block to see which students have entered the test. Check-in with students who haven't entered the test and see what might be causing delays.
Notice the orange box. This box ONLY appears when there is a student not included in the activity (Perhaps a student who is a late enrollee in the course). Click this box to view the student and approve or disapprove their joining of this specific activity.
"Teams-who-may-time-out" are teams who haven't answered all the questions in the activity. The percentage bar will automatically decrease as teams/ students finish answering the test.
In this example: 5 out of 5 Teams in the section have not finished the test and are still in answering. These teams "may time-out" or might run out of time without finishing the test.
Check this progress bar together with the timer. If the timer almost out and the percentage bar is still high, then it might be a good idea to extend the timer.
"Teams-who-have-answered-all-questions" are teams who have saved an answer for all the questions in this activity. The percentage bar will automatically increase as teams finish answering the test (or has saved an answer for all questions.)
In this example: 1 out of 5 teams in the section has finished answering all the questions.
"Teams-who-have-submitted" are teams who have clicked the "Submit Test" button. It's the same as passing the test papers to the teacher. The percentage bar will automatically increase as teams submit their tests.
In this example, none of the teams have submitted yet.
ⓘ HERE are some useful information
If you see the red-bar "% Teams who may time out" still high and the timer is running out, it would be a good idea to extend the timer so that students would be able to keep answering the test.
The system automatically locks the student out once the timer is finished. Therefore, to avoid disruption in answering the activity, watch the red bar, and decide whether you need to extend the timer or not.