• Check the progress of your students in real-time

    It's easy to see the live progress of your students on the video assignment page, follow these steps:

    1. Click on the "My Classes" tab
    2. Go to the class where the assignment you'd like to track is located
    3. Select the assignment you're interested in tracking
    4. Now you can look at the bars underneath "Watched" to see the students' progress - the page refreshes automatically
    5. You can also see monitor when students answer the questions by looking under the "Grade" heading

    Great, now you can see students' live progress on an assignment page.

  • How can I download or export my students' grades?

    To download class data for a specific assignment, follow these steps:

    1. Click on the “My Classes” tab
    2. Find the class with the assignment you’re interested in
    3. Click the entry for the assignment that you want to check
    4. Click “Export results” on the right underneath “Prevent Skipping”
    5. The student data for that assignment will be downloaded as a CSV file to your computer

     

    To download all of your students' grades for one class across a range of assignments, take a look at this article about our Gradebook: https://support.edpuzzle.com/hc/en-us/articles/360007502591-Gradebook-Students-progress-across-different-videos 

    Awesome -- you can do this for any assignment that has been released to your students!

     

  • How to Reset Assignment for a Student

    Resetting an assignment for an individual student is useful if you want a student to have another go, or they have had time to review the material. 

    Here's how to reset an assignment:

    1. Click on the My Classes tab
    2. Select the class where the assignment is
    3. Click on the assignment
    4. Reset the assignment for an individual student by clicking the "..." next to their name
    5. Then click "Reset answers"

    Great, now you can reset a student's assignment on the assignment page!  

    If you'd like to reset an assignment for the entire class, then check out this article: https://support.edpuzzle.com/hc/en-us/articles/360012373471

     

  • How to Reset an Entire Assignment

    Resetting an entire assignment for the whole class is useful if you are reviewing material at the end of the year in preparation for a test.

    Here's how to reset an assignment:

    1. Click on the My Classes tab
    2. Select the class where the assignment is
    3. Click on the assignment
    4. Reset the assignment for the whole class by choosing "Reset all answers" (one of the options on the right) 

    Great, now you can reset an assignment for the whole class on the assignment page! 

    If you'd rather reset an assignment for an individual student, check out this article: https://support.edpuzzle.com/hc/en-us/articles/360012373491

  • Delete an assignment

    You can delete an assignment, but remember that doing so will also delete any student data recorded about that assignment.

    If you are certain that you want to delete an assignment, follow these steps:

    1. Click on the “My Classes” tab
    2. Find the class with the assignment you want to delete
    3. Click the entry for the assignment that you want to delete
    4. Click “Delete assignment” on the right underneath “Prevent Skipping”

     Note: this will only remove the assignment, the video will still be available in the “My Content” tab.

     

  • Can I organize the assignments?

    Your assignments will be automatically organized by due date, in descending order.

     

    Re-organizing assignments

    To re-organize assignments, you can change their due dates. Selecting a date range in the pop-up calendar will set a start date and an end date. 

    Assignments due soonest will appear at the bottom of the list. Changing the due dates will change this order.

    Check out this article about assigning a start/due date to learn more: https://support.edpuzzle.com/hc/en-us/articles/360007501971-How-do-I-assign-a-start-date-and-a-due-date

     

    No Due Date

    When you assign videos to your class without setting a due date, they’ll be placed under the “No Due Date” tab within that class. You can always go back and edit the due dates of these assignments!

     

    Due Assignments

    You’ll notice three sections under the “Due Assignments” tab:

    1. Assignments with start dates that are current or already have passed will be placed under the “In progress” tab.
    2. Assignments with future start dates will be under “Upcoming assignments”. You can add or remove these date ranges so that an assignment appears in one section or the other.
    3. Assignments under the "Graded and completed" section are just that. View this section for past assignments when recording grades and so on!

    Note: If you do not have assignments which fit these categories yet, then the sections will not populate since they're empty.

     

    That’s all there is to organizing assignments!

     

  • Sorting students' progress reports

    The default sorting for student progress reports is by grade. This way you can quickly find who in your class needs an additional challenge and who didn’t understand the concept in the video.

     

    To get to this page and these options, follow these steps:

    1. Go to “My Classes” tab
    2. Click the entry for the assignment that you want to check
    3. Then click on any of the labels to sort them ascending/descending

     

    However, you can sort your progress report in multiple ways:

    1. Alphabetical order by last name
    2. Whether your students have watched the video
    3. Ascending/descending grade
    4. Date the student last watched a video
    5. Whether the video was completed/turned in late

    Great, now you can sort your students’ progress on a single assignment by a few different categories.

    Check out this article to learn how to download your students' grades: https://support.edpuzzle.com/hc/en-us/articles/360010173511-How-can-I-download-or-export-my-students-grades-

    Note: You can only sort your students alphabetically by last name if the students have written their first/last names in the proper order. If they haven’t, you can ask them to change their names by visiting their profile settings and doing so.

     

     

  • View Students' Progress and Grade Questions

    There are 4 different options to see student's progress and answers.

    1. Student progress across multiple videos
    2. Track Entire Classroom Progress for one video
    3. Track Individual Student Progress for one video
    4. Grade Questions

     

    Student progress across multiple videos

    If you use Edpuzzle as a formative or summative assessment tool, you will be happy to hear that you have a "Gradebook" in Edpuzzle. If you want to check the students' progress across all the assignments from one place, follow these steps:

    1. On the top of your screen, select the "Gradebook" tab.

    2. If you have multiple classes, select one class on the top left corner. Automatically, you will see the progress from the video-lessons assigned in the previous 30 days.

    3. If you want to change the range of dates, just click on the top of the "Last 30 days" button and select your dates.

    If you want to download these grades in a CSV file, you just need to click the "Export Gradebook" button.

    Track Entire Classroom Progress for one video

    If you want a generic view of all your students' grade and progress for a specific video, follow these steps:

    1. Go to My Classes and select a class
    2. Click on the assignment you want.
    3. You will see a quick summary of the progress and grades of the students in that class.

    If you are exploring your students' progress with the Gradebook, you can click on the title of the video to automatically see the progress report for that specific video.

     

    Track Individual Classroom Progress

    To see one student report for a specific video, follow these steps:

    1. Go to My Classes and select a class.
    2. Click on the assignment you want.
    3. Find and select the student's row.
    4. You will see a full report of your student's progress and answers.

     

    Grade Questions

    Edpuzzle offers three types of questions/comments: Open-Ended Questions, Multiple Choice Questions, and Comments.

    You can check the responses to the questions as a class. We recommend following these steps:

    1. Go to My Classes and select a class.
    2. Click the assignment you want.
    3. Under the video, click the option "Questions".
    4. You will see a summary of the number of successful answers for each question
    5. Select the question you want in order to see all the students' responses to that specific question

    To quickly find which questions are yet to be graded:

    1. Go back to the "Questions" page. Follow steps 1 and 2.
    2. At the top right of the page press, under the title of the video, there will a blue "Answers to grade" button (if you have ungraded responses). The number shows how many answers you have yet to grade.
    3. You will see a list of the Open-Ended Questions for the video and the student's responses yet to be graded or answered. Press "Show" at the bottom of the list to see all your already corrected responses.

  • Gradebook: Students' progress across different videos

    If you use Edpuzzle as a formative or summative assessment tool, you will be happy to hear that you have a "Gradebook". If you want to see the students' progress across all the assignments in one place, follow these steps:

    1. On the top of your screen, select the "Gradebook" tab.

    2. If you have multiple classes, select one class in the top left corner. Automatically, you will see the progress from the video-lessons assigned in the previous 30 days.

    3. If you want to change the range of dates, just click the "Last 30 days" button and enter the dates you would like to see.

    If you want to download this progress in a CSV file, you just need to click the "Export Gradebook" button.

  • How does Gradebook work

    Just like everything in Edpuzzle, we try to keep our Gradebook simple, powerful, and useful. We will explain more in detail the following sections:

     

    1. Progress calculation
    2. Total score
    3. Total time spent
    4. Turned in "Late"
    5. Student individual report
    6. Range of dates
    7. Download the progress

     

    Progress calculation

     

    If you assigned video-lessons with questions, you will want to see the grade that each student got in each video. That is exactly the information we show.

     

    If an assignment still has open ended questions pending to be graded, you will see "...". Once you grade those questions, the Gradebook will automatically update that information.

     

    Under each grade, you will see a thin line with the percentage of the video watched by that student. This will also give you more information about the level of completion of that assignment.

     

    Total score

     

    At the beginning each student row, you will see the "Total score". It is an average of all the grades earned by that student in that period of time.

     

    It is important to note that if a video does not have questions, it will not be included in the "Total score" calculation.

     

    This information is ideal if you use Edpuzzle as a formative or summative assessment tool.

     

    Total time spent

     

    Next to the "Total score" you will see the "Total time spent". This information shows how much time each student spent watching the videos.

     

    This information is useful to identify the student's effort. If a student is rewatching the lesson to get a better grade, you will see a higher number. We strongly recommend pushing your students to rewatch certain parts of the video before responding to a question.

     

    Turned in "Late"

     

    If the video-lesson has a due date and the student completed the video "Late", you will see a red clock icon next to that grade. That grade will still count as part of the total score.

     

    Student individual report

     

    If you click on any students' name you will get an individual report. You will see the total score, the total time spent, and the progress for each assignment. This report is ideal if you want to have a one-on-one meeting with your students.

     

    Range of dates

     

    By default, you will see the video-lesson assignments from the previous 30 days. If you want to change that range of dates, click on the "Last 30 days" button and enter the dates you would like.

     

    Download the progress

     

    If you feel the information you see is useful and you want to include it in your school reports, you can easily download it by clicking "Export Gradebook". You will get a CSV file that you can open using Excel, Google Sheets, or even upload to your online School Gradebook.

     

     

    As we mentioned, the Gradebook is simple, but really powerful. For this reason, it is important to understand each piece of information we provide and how to use it.