Yes! On Free Response and Multiple Choice levels like Check for Understanding and Predict levels, you can see your entire section's aggregated responses, making it easier to evaluate how your class is doing as a whole. In this article, we'll walk you through how to use this feature and answer some common questions.
How to Access the Summary Page for Question-based Levels
- Navigate to the question-based level you wish to review. These commonly show up as “Check for Understanding” or “Predict” levels.
- From the dropdown menu in the Teacher Panel on the right (note: it may be collapsed - click on the arrow to expand it), select the class section for which you'd like to see student responses.
- Click on the “View Student Responses” button at the top of the instructions.
- You’ll be taken to the new summary page for the level! You can see student free responses in a gallery-style view for Free Response levels or in a bar graph view for Multiple Choice levels. If you are a verified teacher, you can also see the correct answer for Multiple Choice levels by clicking the "Show Answer" toggle.
- If you wish to switch class sections, you can do so from the dropdown menu under the “Student Responses” heading.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are Check for Understanding and Predict levels?
A: Check for Understanding levels are formative assessments designed to help students gauge how well they understand a concept. Predict levels are designed for students to practice reading and tracing existing code in order to predict its output. Most commonly written as free response, multiple choice, or matching questions, question-based levels are great opportunities for the teacher to evaluate how their class is doing as a whole.
Q: How will this new feature help me as a teacher?
A: The new summary page allows you to quickly and easily assess the overall understanding of your class, identifying common misconceptions and areas where your students may need additional support. You can use the results to guide a class discussion, and/or tailor your instruction to address issues more effectively.
Q: How does this feature work for free response levels?
A: The summary page for free response levels presents student responses in a grid-like, gallery-style view, making it easier for you to scan and review multiple responses at once.
Here are some examples of Free Response levels:
- CSD Example: https://studio.code.org/s/csd3-2022/lessons/5/levels/1
- CSP Example: https://studio.code.org/s/csp1-2022/lessons/1/levels/1
- CSA Example: https://studio.code.org/s/csa1-2022/lessons/4/levels/1
Q: How does this feature work for multiple choice levels?
A: The summary page for multiple choice levels shows counts of student responses per multiple choice option in a bar graph.
If you are a verified teacher, you can view the correct answer by clicking on the "Show Answer" toggle in the top right of the "Student Responses" area.
Here are some examples of Multiple Choice levels:
- CSF Example: https://studio.code.org/s/coursee-2022/lessons/13/levels/5
- CSD Example: https://studio.code.org/s/csd2-2022/lessons/3/levels/5
- CSP Example: https://studio.code.org/s/csp2-2022/lessons/6/levels/2
- CSA Example: https://studio.code.org/s/csa3-2022/lessons/3/levels/5
Q: Can I view responses for multiple class sections at once?
A: At this time, you can only view responses for one class section at a time. You can, however, quickly switch between class sections using the dropdown menu under the “Student Responses” header.
Q: Can students see other students' responses through this feature?
A: No, students cannot access this feature.
We hope this new feature helps you get a better understanding of how your students are doing throughout the school year. We are always working to improve our platform, and your feedback is important to us. If you have any questions or suggestions, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Customer Experience team at firstname.lastname@example.org.