This article explains what teachers see when an Interactive Audio has been set up, such as how they can monitor students' progress, view comments and the answers to practice questions. 

Student Progress Overview

When you open the assignment, you will see the overall student progress. This shows you how many students have started listening, the average percentage of practice questions they answered correctly and how many comments were left by students in total. This gives you a feeling of how the learning activity is going. 

Click on statistics per active student for a more detailed view. In the detailed view, you see (for each student) if they have started viewing, marked themselves as done, how many practice questions they have answered, how many of those questions they answered correctly, and how many comments each student placed. 

Audio player and annotations

If you have added instructions when setting up the assignment, you will now see these instructions in step 1. Scroll down to step 2 and click start listening to listen to the audio and see the annotations. 

There are two ways to view the annotations (a practice question or comment):

  1. You can view the annotations on the timeline
  2. You can get an overview of all the annotations in the sidebar on the right of the screen. If you are not seeing this sidebar yet, you can open it by clicking on the circle with the < in it.

Click on a dot or lock in the timeline and a text balloon will appear with a preview of the practice question or comment. If this is a practice question, you will see how many of the students have answered this question and how they scored. By clicking on the text balloon, you will be able to see more detailed information in the sidebar on the right (see screenshot below). 

For multiple choice questions, you will see the distribution of answers. The green tick mark next to an answer means that the creator of te question indicated that this answer option is correct.

For open questions, you will see a list of all the answers that students gave. You also see if the student indicated if their answer was correct, almost correct, or wrong. You will be able to see the names of the students next to their answers. Note that this is not the case for students, students will only be able to see a list of anonymised answers when you enable this during the setup. 

Click ← in the top right corner of the screen to go back to an overview of all the practice questions/comments added to the document. You can sort this list on latest activity, location, most upvotes, or most comments. This way you can sort comments on what is relevant to you to know before the next offline contact moment. For example, discussing those comments that are upvoted most would be relevant when students have upvoted those comments that they don't understand or that they want to hear more about. 

If you open a comment, you will see the comment and all replies. As a teacher, you can also upvote comments and write your own response to the discussion by typing in the text field below the comment. 

You can also add new annotations by clicking on the plus-button which shows when hovering over the timeline. You can find more information about how to add  practice questions and/or comments here.

Grading

If when setting up the assignment you enabled grading, then at the bottom of the assignment you will see the students graded according to that criteria. Once the assignment deadline has passed, you can publish the grades by clicking in the button in your top right 'Publish grades', and these will be synchronised in your LMS' Grade Book. Please see the screenshot below. 

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