Use analytics to identify what your learners know and don't know.
In this article, we'll explain ways to use each of the analytics sections for visibility into your learners' progress and understanding.
Quiz analytics show the quiz results of everyone who has taken a given quiz. Analyzing quiz analytics can identify knowledge gaps before they lead to a mistake.
For example, in football and other sports, pre-game quizzing can make sure players know what they should about their own team's plays and other teams' scouting reports.
Check out this video from former Michigan coach and current Ole Miss Defensive Coordinator Chris Partridge. When a player missed a question about an opposing team's tendencies, Partridge pulled him aside and corrected his thinking. When the opposing team ran that play, the player caught an interception!
The same concept applies to learners across all types of organization: taking a closer look at quiz analytics can help identify and correct knowledge gaps before they become a problem.
For more information about how to view quiz analytics, filter, and export, read this article.
Lesson analytics are best used to evaluate completion and attention spent.
One way to use lesson analytics is through a flipped classroom model. In this model, you create and send lessons for learners to complete asynchronously in advance of class. A quiz can give a closer look into specific comprehension.
Then, when you meet in-person (or over video conferencing, as it may be nowadays), you spend the time together focusing on what's important: where your learners are struggling. Don't waste precious time teaching simple topics-- cover those in advance and spend time together diving deeper and answering questions.
For information on how to view lesson analytics and use filtering, view this article.
The leaderboard can be a powerful tool to motivate learners and inspire friendly competition among peers.
At a glance, admins can quickly see who's performed the best on quizzes (how the leaderboard ranking is formed), lesson completion process, and total time spent. Showing off the leaderboard during a team meeting might inspire other members to work harder.
Coming in 2021, you'll even be able to filter by different time frames to show the change of the leaderboard over time.
For more information on how the leaderboard works, please visit this article.