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Tracking growth using Learning Mastery Gradebook

Question asked by JOSHUA QUIMBY on Oct 18, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 30, 2018 by Tobias Peterson

Learning Mastery and Growth   


I am new to using the Learning Mastery Gradebook, but I have set up question banks and given quizzes that are aligned to outcomes. I am about to give a second quiz over the same material and I am curious about what the students will see. From their gradebook, will they only be able to see one metric, or will they be able to see their last score to compare? I am asking if students can track their own growth or decline in a particular skill. I have it set up as a decaying average, and I am specifically looking for brain drain over the course to see if we need to set up supports for student skills throughout a term.