The Student Activity report allows you to view when your students opened, began, and submitted examinations and assignments as an instructor. You can also view detailed information about student activity by course and user.
The dashboard gives a snapshot of student engagement for the current session. It shows how many students are currently active in the course and which sections they are engaged in. This feature is available to instructors of large classes or those who have not granted access to their courses otherwise.
The Course Content page provides access to Student Activity data. Select Student Activity from the assessment's menu. A panel containing information about student activities appears. You can select a date range and view activities that occurred during that time period.
In the app, go to Course Content and choose a test or assignment. You may view the assessment's specifics, such as due dates, the number of attempts permitted, and whether or not it is available to students. To preview what students see after they finish an exam or assignment on the student app, tap Preview. This display will show you the question format for each section of the assessment and how many minutes are left in the examination.
There are no metrics in Google Classroom that would tell you whether a student opened an assignment. However, if you're a teacher, you can log in to your Google account and see when students have logged into Classroom.
The majority of teachers will put their course curriculum in the course information section. Some instructors will modify the titles of their menu buttons to make it easier for you to see what is offered. To read the course content, click "Course Information" (or similar).
If your instructor has not done so, look under the "Headings" tab of his or her name on Blackboard. You should find a link that will take you to your course syllabus.
Syllabi are important documents for students to have while they are taking classes, especially courses like yoga that require extensive reading. They help them keep track of what topics are being covered in class and allow them to plan their studies accordingly. Knowing how to find a teacher's syllabus is also helpful for students to understand exactly what skills they will be learning during their practice session.
Examining Completed Assignments
Start by opening the assignment. Review the directions, due date, and possible points on the Upload Assignment page, and download any files given by your teacher. You can examine a grading rubric if your instructor has included one.