How many students do you have in your class? How many of them are present? Or let’s ask a deep question - how many of them are ‘mentally present’? Yes, think about how many of the students of your class are actually attentive to the lecture delivery?
Let’s be honest that it can’t be 100%. Not every student is equally engaged as we believe them to be. But then, what is that actual percentage?
Vidya answers it! Vidya Score is a unique feature offered that provides real-time analytics that provides insights into student performance during classroom engagement in Vidya.It aims to go beyond traditional assessment methods by capturing a holistic view of student engagement and understanding. This helps teachers in captivating classroom participation and not mere top scores.
Importance for participation rather than just “right answers”…. By Vidya’s intelligence analytics, average engagement of a classroom gets recorded, this feature offered is a game-changer when it comes to creating student participation,which later promotes student performance. Instead of solely focusing on right answers, this feature allows educators to measure the overall engagement levels of students during the session. Vidya’s Analytics Tour.. Vidya takes the concept of analytics to new heights, transforming it into an adventure-packed quest for knowledge. Buckle up and let's uncover the key features that make Vidya’s Score an analytics powerhouse: Vidya’s ‘average engagement’: Calculated by comparing the total number of questions posed during a selected period with the total number of responses received from students.This metric provides educators with an objective measure of the overall level of student engagement during that specific timeframe.
By analysing the ratio of questions to responses, educators can gain graphical insights into the active participation and involvement of students. Vidya’s ‘average attendance’: Vidya Score calculates the average attendance by averaging the attendance of each session throughout the selected period. This metric provides educators with a reliable measure of the average number of students present in class over time. Now, educators can assess student participation, identify attendance patterns, and make informed decisions to improve overall classroom engagement and student success.