We're thrilled to announce our best reporting feature yet: Scoresheet, a flexible way to review your students’ results over multiple questions. You can use Scoresheet to monitor student progress and save time grading: color-coded student and question averages make it easy to identify questions to review and spot students who need more help. With the launch of Scoresheet, we're excited to be one step closer to realizing our vision of making data accessible and actionable for teachers and students in classrooms everywhere.
See student totals over multiple questions: Simply choose a class and date range (from a single day to an entire month) using the filter panel on the left and Scoresheet shows totals by student and question.
Get actionable insights: Focus where help is needed most using color-coded student and question totals and highlighted wrong answers. Sort students by name, card number, or total score for easy grouping.
Pick and choose your questions: Individually choose which questions to include in student totals using the checkbox above each question. Use this to easily leave warm-up questions out of quiz grades or calculate student totals for a specific topic.
Dig deeper: Click on any question to highlight the column and open the question panel on the right. Review the full question and choices along with a bar graph of students’ answers. Click Details to see the individual question report.
Export your data: Excel guru? Spreadsheet sorcerer? Download a CSV file and slice and dice the data to your heart's content.
We're looking forward to seeing how you'll use Scoresheet in your teaching. Look for the new Scoresheet option under the Reports tab of the website next week!