The Task Report will display the results of any tasks that you have set for your classes or students. You can access the Task Report from Class Tasks or Student Tasks.

At the top, you will find some general information about the task, and additional options. Note that if your task has expired, you can reopen it by clicking on "Edit".

You can also save the task for future use by clicking on "Create Task Template", and filter by students in a particular class if the task was assigned to more than one class.

There are two ways to view the task report - by Students and by Questions.

Students

Using the Students tab, you can view each student's performance on the task. The 'Completion' bar represents the proportion of the task that has been completed (regardless of the scores). Note that the orange circle represents questions that students have achieved partial marks on.

Note that for a Custom Task, the completion bars will be blue and the result will be a percentage result. For an Adaptive Task, the completion bars will be purple and the result will be a mastery level.

By clicking onto one of the student rows, you can see their scores on every question, and click into the scorecard of each question. You can also assign revision to the individual student.

Questions

The Questions tab allows you to quickly identify strengths and weaknesses in your class within the task. You can sort by the correct/partial/incorrect answers to quickly identify the questions that your students are most struggling with. Note that the orange colour represents partial marks for that question.

You can also assign a revision task for your class, adding either all questions or just the top 5 that your class has most struggled with. Doing this will replace your current question cart. Alternatively, you can click on the + buttons to individually add each question to the cart.

By clicking into one of the question rows, you can see each students' score for that question, and click into the scorecard of each question. You can also click on "Try the question" to experience the question as students would.

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