In this lesson, we will learn how to review the assigned and completed Personalized Review Assignments **Class Activity** or activity results.

## Class Activity

There are a variety of data insights about activities and assessment scores that can be reviewed about students:

Class Activity results vary based on PRA setup and configuration. Multiple Choice Performance and Question Difficulty are associated with Multiple Choice **Activity Parts.**

Click** Score (%)** to learn more about assessment results, or a star score distribution.

- The number of students who earned star scores on the assessment overall.
- The star score minimum range students received on the assessment.
- Hover over a column to view the range and number of students who earned star scores within that range.
- Select
**OK**to close.

This graph is tied to Multiple Choice **Activity Parts** if added to a Resource.

Click **Multiple Choice Student Performance **to learn about student confidence and knowledge level.

- The confidence level provided by the student.
- The knowledge level on answering the question or time it takes to answer.
- Hover over a dot to view a students submission information.
- Select
**OK**to close.

**Confidence Level:**

- On each MC question, the student indicates how confident they are in their first choice for the question: Im totally guessing, I think Im right, or Im totally sure. These responses are coded to values of 0%, 50%, and 100%, and are then averaged for each student across all MC questions in the PRA, resulting in a Confidence Level for each student, which is graphed on the Y-axis of this graph. (Example: if a PRA includes two MC questions and a student said Im totally guessing for one and I think Im right for another, the Confidence Level for the student would be (0 + 50) / 2 = 25.)

**Knowledge Level:**

- On each MC question, the student could get the question correct on the first guess, or on a subsequent guess. For a question with 2 possible choices, we code a value of 100% if the first guess was correct, or 0% if the first guess was incorrect. For a question with 3 or more possible choices, we code a value of 100% if the first guess was correct, 50% if the second guess was correct, or 0% if the student required more than 2 guesses to get the question correct. (Note that these values are inverted from the Difficulty Level calculation for questions, since Knowledge is the inverse of Difficulty.) These coded values are then averaged for each student across all MC questions in the PRA, resulting in a Knowledge Level for each student, which is graphed on the X-axis of this graph.

This graph is tied to Multiple Choice **Activity Parts** if added to a Resource.

Click** Multiple Choice Question Difficulty** to learn more student confidence level in relation to the difficulty level.

- The confidence level provided by the student.
- The range of question difficulty level.
- Hover over a dot to view the total submissions, confidence level and difficulty level data.
- Select
**OK**to close.

**Confidence Level:**

- On each MC question, the student indicates how confident they are in their first choice for the question: Im totally guessing, I think Im right, or Im totally sure. These responses are coded to values of 0%, 50%, and 100%, and are then averaged for each MC question in the PRA across all students who completed the question, resulting in a Confidence Level for each question, which is graphed on the Y-axis of this graph. (Example: if 3 students responded to a question, with 2 students saying I think Im right and 1 student saying Im totally sure, the Confidence Level for the question would be (50 + 50 + 100) / 3 = 66.7.)

**Difficulty Level:**

- On each MC question, the student could get the question correct on the first guess, or on a subsequent guess. For a question with 2 possible choices, we code a value of 0% if the first guess was correct, or 100% if the first guess was incorrect. For a question with 3 or more possible choices, we code a value of 0% if the first guess was correct, 50% if the second guess was correct, or 100% if the student required more than 2 guesses to get the question correct. (Note that these values are inverted from the Knowledge Level calculation for students, since Knowledge is the inverse of Difficulty.) These coded values are then averaged for each MC question in the PRA across all students who completed the question, resulting in a Difficulty Level for each question, which is graphed on the Y-axis of this graph.

- To open the
**Student Results Table**, select**Show Student Results Table.**A table will display providing a list of students and their activity results. - A
**Search Bar**is available when wanting to search for a specific student from within the table. - Student information includes
**Name, Last Access, Time Spent, Activity Results,**and**Grade.** - Select a students
**Activity Results**checkmarks to bring a pop-up to hover and view the student's PRA results. - Select
**OK**to close the window and return to that table. - An option to
**Reset Submission**is available here. - To close and hide the table, select
**Hide Student Results Table.**

## Next Steps

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