Blackboard: Student Performance & Adaptive Release: Support/Material Training

This article will cover Webinar recordings, videos and additional training material on the below Blackboard Student Performance & Adaptive Release topics:

  • Monitoring Student Performance in Your Blackboard Course (SELF-PACE COURSE)
  • Using the Adaptive Release – Review Status feature to release content to your students (VIDEO)
  • How to apply the Adaptive Release to Group Tests (VIDEO)
  • Using Review Status with Blackboard Content (VIDEO)
  • Blackboard Support on Adaptive Release (STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS)
  • Blackboard Support on Performance Dashboard (STEP BY SETP INSTRUCTIONS)

Monitoring Student Performance in Your Blackboard Course

Monitoring Student Performance Self-Pace Course

This self-paced course is designed to help you learn ways monitoring (tracking) your students' performances within your Blackboard course. The following topics are covered in this course: 

  • Lesson 1: Preparing for Success 
    • Identify and remove common roadblocks to learning. 
    • Evaluate your assessments to see if they fit the needs of your course. 
    • Help students understand the evaluation process. 
    • Adjust test settings to make tests more robust learning tools and ensure academic honesty. 
    • Create surveys for feedback from students. 
  • Lesson 2: Grade Center Basics 
    • Navigate the Grade Center. 
    • Sort and hide rows and columns. 
    • Use the Column Organization page to freeze columns and rearrange the Grade Center view. 
  • Lesson 3: Grade Center Advanced 
    • Create calculated columns. 
    • Configure the Total or Weighted Total. 
    • Create categories to group related columns. 
    • Explain grading schemas and edit the letter grade schema. 
  • Lesson 4: Working with Grades 
    • Locate items to grade using the Needs Grading page. 
    • Assign grades in the Grade Center. 
    • For manually scored test questions, assign grades by question. 
    • Grade anonymously. 
    • Use the inline assignment grading feature. 
    • Monitor student progress with smart views. 
    • Enable and determine settings for grading color coding to help gather information quickly. 
  • Lesson 5: Retention Center 
    • Access the Retention Center and identify the elements, including the functions in the risk table. 
    • Create rules based on course activity, grades, course access, and missed deadlines. 
    • Delete and restore rules. 
    • Use the information in the Your Course Activity section to monitor your activity, engagement, and participation in your course. 
    • Individually monitor students who are most at risk. 
    • Create rules to acknowledge high-performing students. 
    • Send email notification to users based on alerts. 
  • Lesson 6: Troubleshooting Student Performance 
    • Use the Performance Dashboard to provide a quick view of student activity. 
    • Generate user statistics and Grade Center reports. 
    • Identify issues that may contribute to non-participation and provide remedies. 
    • Generate course reports showing overall usage. 

If you would like access to this self-pace course, please email ittraining@ric.edu requesting access to the course. 

Using the Adaptive Release – Review Status feature to release content to your students 

By the end of this video, you better understanding on the following topics: 

  • How to release content such as an exam or assignment to your students once they have read a document, watched a video and etc.  
  • How to apply the adaptive release review status on components within your course 
  • How your students will a mark a particular component such as an item or video as "Done" 

How to apply the Adaptive Release to Group Tests

This video will show you how to do the following: 

  • Create your manual group sets and add students to the groups
  • How to apply an adaptive release membership criterion to your deployed tests, so that only students of the specific group can access the test
  • How will your students mark a particular component such as an item or video as "Done"

Using Review Status with Blackboard Content

This video will show you how to do the following:

  • The benefits in enabling the Review Status on a Blackboard component such as an Item or Web link
  • How to enable the Review Status on a Blackboard component such as an Item or Web link
  • How students mark the component as done
  • How the instructor can track the students’ progress

 

 

Blackboard Support on Adaptive Release (STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS)

https://help.blackboard.com/Learn/Administrator/SaaS/Tools_Management/Adaptive_Release

Blackboard Support on Performance Dashboard (STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS)

https://help.blackboard.com/Learn/Instructor/Performance/Performance_Dashboard

 

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Article ID: 133069
Created
Tue 6/8/21 2:47 PM
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Mon 2/21/22 8:22 AM