What is the Exercise Dashboard in Practice?

The Exercise Dashboard is the best way to check in on the progression of an Exercise as well as the performance of Learners.

From the Exercise Dashboard you can:

  • View the progression of an Exercise
  • View average Assessment scores
  • View the progress of individual Learners
  • View a Learner’s Submission page
  • Assess Learner Responses
  • Deliver Learner Assessments
  • Access the Exercise Participation Report
  • Email a Learner
  • Download a CSV containing user scores
  • Download a CSV containing user feedback

Note: Scoring data is not available for unscored exercises.

Open Group

From your Groups page, select the appropriate Group.

Open Exercise

Select the appropriate Exercise to be brought to the Exercise Dashboard.

View Exercise Details

This section of the Exercise Dashboard will tell you the open and close dates of the Exercise as well as the exercise response type [1]. In this section, you can also click the Prompt, Model Response, and Assessment Form previews to open and view each item [2]. You can see how many Learners have completed each exercise stage [3]. To view CSV download options, click the Downloads button [4]. To download the exercise scores as a CSV file, click the Scores .CSV option [5]. To download learner exercise feedback as a CSV file, click the Feedback .CSV option [6].

Note: Scoring data is not available for unscored exercises.

View Assessment Scores

Look to these three tiles for the average Instructor, Peer, and Self Assessment scores for your Group.

View Assessment Results

The Exercise Dashboard for an unscored exercise will display a button that links to assessment results in place of scoring data.

View Learner Progress

Within the Stage Progress column, the progress of an individual learner will be indicated by progress indicator bars. The bar that indicates a completed stage is solid and contains a checkmark icon [1]. The bar that indicates an exercise stage that has not been started displays as an unfilled outline [2]. The bar that indicates a late unsubmitted stage is solid and contains an exclamation mark icon [3]. The bar that indicates a late submitted stage is unfilled and contains a checkmark icon [4].

Assess Learner Response

There are two ways to assess learner responses. Within the Learner Submission table, click the thumbnail icon associated with the response you wish to assess [1]. You can also assess a learner response by clicking the Gear icon within the specific learner’s row [2]. Select the Assess Response option [3] from the menu. Learn more about how to Assess Learner Submissions and Deliver Learner Assessments here.

View Submission Page

Select the Gear icon [1] within a specific Learner’s row. Select View Submission Page from the menu [2]. Learn more about a Learner’s Submission Page here.

Request New Response

To request that a learner submit a new response, click the Gear icon within a specific learner’s row [1]. Click the Request New Response option from the menu [2].

Email Learner

Select the Gear icon within the specific Learner’s row [1]. Select Email Learner from the menu [2]. From there, an external window for your email client will appear in which you can compose and send your email.