The ultimate aim of the School Education faculty is to assist students so they can learn and grasp the concepts and enhance their skills.
To track and decide every student’s knowledge level, examinations are organized from time to time. Owing to the present state of affairs, faculties are utilizing e-Learning software to carry out teaching-learning processes and conduct online examinations. Education will effectively perform using next-generation tools. The means of education are expanded far and wide. Education isn’t restricted to the four walls of a classroom and a blackboard. It has expanded to your fingertips as a result of advancing technology. Clouds, digital and mobile technologies are employed in the classroom for identifying and evaluating students in schools. Teaching a large group of students in different classes. Letting students take a test or quiz is a tough challenge, and it’s time-consuming to conduct assessments like assignments, tests, quizzes, and surveys through manual processes. Additionally, they couldn’t communicate results in time. Why not automatize the classroom processes to create them a lot quicker and easier for teachers and students?
Online examinations are conducted digitally to gauge students’ academic knowledge and learning curriculum along with the ability to use creativeness to produce new ideas and solutions. As more and more schools are adopting cloud and mobile technologies to avoid wasting paper. Uploading and Sharing assignments, conducting online tests, assigning grades, storing study materials, and creating lesson plans is a breeze! Using automated tools is the easiest way to streamline academic and administrative processes.
The conduction of online examination for evaluating the learning goals of thousands of students is not enough as teachers need to set various learning parameters not just to enhance the academic grades but also helps in improving student skills, confidence, and attitude towards life. Assessment must be followed by a thorough review of every student’s performance and identifying their learning difficulties. However, keeping track of the plentitude of students’ performance, and figuring out the learning difficulty is what makes the assessment journey difficult. Such hazards can be eradicated with the help of e-learning software integrated with assessment tools. Online assessment tools and hands teachers predefined the learning standards necessary to match the outcomes.
Cloud-based student analysis tools
- Create online tests, quizzes & surveys.
- Publish & share your results & feedback with students and parents.
- Enable students to submit assignments, projects, etc. via online & mobile app for teaching.
- Generate reports with charts on online assessments within a single click.
State of the art analysis, only with Schoollog’s Learning Management System:
First of all, the students will see if there are any active or upcoming exams, then they can see all the previous exams and their detailed analysis of the attended exams. The reason for this detailed analysis is to create a healthy competition vibe between all the students, and they get to see how other students have performed in the test as we can record their responses in accordance with time, so we are able to assess the students better in every way. And try to show him improvements he can do to get better results, earlier in the offline test format, the student only gets marks and a report card, but never any remarks on how to improve in exams, how you can understand the concepts and get better results:
- Firstly the students can see the overall performance in relation to other students and the topper as well, For Example, Shristi is at the 86th percentile and the topper is at the 90th percentile.
- Secondly, actual marks are shown of the student, in relation to the topper and the top 10% of students average, top 25% of students average, all students average.
- Next, there is the number of questions the student has attempted, how many are incorrect, and how many were not attempted and again all the data is shown with other student’s data as well.
- Improvement scope through error minimization, the potential score is shown to the student if the student has made 25% fewer errors, 50% less error, or at 0% error. So he gets a better picture than if he had attempted even a couple more questions correctly how much his score would improve.
- Next is time analysis, how much time was spent on incorrect questions. attempted questions, and unattempted questions. So he can better divert his time minimizing the error.
- Next is how much time is taken on particular questions, like the number of questions attempted in less than one minute, less than 2 min, and so on.
- Then there is question level analysis with solution and time spent on each question individually, so when the student sees this analysis they go into self-realization mode that I took so much time in this question, I could have solved it sooner. So it reduces human error, which while attempting the exam like slacking off, zoning out, etc. it also shows how much time the topper has taken to solve that question so we can say if the student takes it as a challenge, he will do whatever it takes to perform better next time.
- Lastly, there is stamina analysis, in this number of questions are tracked he has done in the 4 quarters of the test, let’s say a student usually starts the test a little slow, then gradually he realizes that at this speed he won’t be able to complete the test, so he starts to lose his confidence and start making mistakes, or try to increase the speed at later stages. So this helps him realize that he should be sincere from the start and give adequate amounts of time on every question.