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  2. SAK-43699

Lessons Tool > Add Question > Student Response Table Improvement

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    • Type: Feature Request
    • Status: OPEN
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 19.5, 19.6 [Tentative], 20.1, 21.0 [Tentative], 22.0 [Tentative]
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Lessons
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      On Trunk, navigate to a course site that contains some sample student accounts.

      1. Add the Lessons Tool to the site.
      2. Click on the Lessons tool.
      3. Click "Add Content+" and select "Add Question"
      4. Build a basic question (multiple choice) with a few possible answers. Do not require the question. Either make the question graded or not graded.
      5. As a few student accounts, go in and answer the question.
      6. Now, as the instructor, click on the "Show Grading Pane" option to review the student responses. 
      7. On the resulting page, you will see student response table with only two columns (Student Name and Response).

      If this has feature request has been implemented, then the table will contain all of the following columns and corresponding data for NON-GRADED questions:

      1. Student Name
      2. ID
      3. Response
      4. Submit Date
      5. Enrolled in (i.e. Section)

      For GRADED questions, the table will contain all of the following columns and corresponding data:

      1. Student Name
      2. ID
      3. Response
      4. Grade
      5. Submit Date
      6. Enrolled in (i.e. Section)
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      On Trunk, navigate to a course site that contains some sample student accounts. Add the Lessons Tool to the site. Click on the Lessons tool. Click "Add Content+" and select "Add Question" Build a basic question (multiple choice) with a few possible answers. Do not require the question. Either make the question graded or not graded. As a few student accounts, go in and answer the question. Now, as the instructor, click on the "Show Grading Pane" option to review the student responses.  On the resulting page, you will see student response table with only two columns (Student Name and Response). If this has feature request has been implemented, then the table will contain all of the following columns and corresponding data for NON -GRADED questions: Student Name ID Response Submit Date Enrolled in (i.e. Section) For GRADED questions, the table will contain all of the following columns and corresponding data: Student Name ID Response Grade Submit Date Enrolled in (i.e. Section)

      Description

      In the Lessons tool, instructors have the ability to add questions (Lessons Tool > Add Content > Add Question). This is an outstanding feature to check for student understanding after a video or some other content. 

      Once students submit an answer to the question(s), the instructor has access to view how the students responded. We believe that the student response table could use some improvements for instructor understanding and review.

      List of Challenges:

      1. First, the "Student Name" column is intended to show which student submitted which response. However, in cases where two (or more) students might have the exact same name (i.e. "John Smith"), this can become difficult to distinguish which one answered and which didn't. 
      2. Second, there is no way to distinguish on this table between students who might be in different course sections.
      3. Third, there is no timestamp indicating when a student answered the question. In scenarios/cases where accountability becomes important, it can be incredibly useful for instructors to have access to a timestamp for when the student submitted an answer for the question.
      4. Lastly, the table seems to be malformed in that it has an empty column by default. 

      I have attached 4 screenshots to this proposal.

      1. "Question.png" shows an example question on a Lessons sub-page.
      2. "Question - Student Responses - Current State.png" shows the current state of the Student Responses table.
      3. "Question - Student Responses - Not Graded - Desired State.png" shows a "vision" for implementing these changes on NON-Graded questions.
      4. "Question - Student Responses - Graded - Desired State.png" shows a "vision" for implementing these changes on Graded questions.

      Ultimately, the vision is to incorporate additional columns to assist the instructor. The envisioned table incorporates the following columns (in the following order) for NON-Graded questions:

      1. Student Name
      2. ID
      3. Response
      4. Submit Date
      5. Enrolled in (i.e. Section)

      For Graded questions:

      1. Student Name
      2. ID
      3. Response
      4. Grade
      5. Submit Date
      6. Enrolled in (i.e. Section)

      We believe that a number of faculty who utilize the Lessons tool at all institutions will benefit. 

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                Reporter:
                jbuckin2 John C Buckingham
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