Our live proctoring dashboard is a quick glance at the overall health of the assessment. At first glance, there appears to be an overwhelming amount of information. But as we break down each area of the dashboard, we start to uncover just how powerful the information is container within the dashboard. The dashboard is broken down into a few different parts; the header report block, the side nav black, and the main tiles block.
The header block contains a question by question analysis on the status of each question. As students answer questions within the assessment, the correctness value will fill into the bar charts. Each color within the chart represents information the teacher can use to understand what is going on within each question; green – correct, yellow – partially correct, red – incorrect, blue – scoring needed. The line going through the middle is calculating the average time spent on each of the questions. Finally, the left side of the header contains a pie chart which is a status report for the assessment participants. The above images shows a green circle which means all participants have finished the assessment. (green – completed, yellow – paused, blue – in progress, grey – not started)
Just below the header is the side nav block. In its default state, it will will show a list of students with the dashboard option selected. A teacher can see details about an individual student by clicking on a particular student. If the teacher wants to see a similar very for a single questions, they can click on the questions tab and then the individual question. Each list view, student and question, contains a number of options for each element. Check out the lists below to see everything a teacher can do from each view.