View Student Work gives the instructor the ability to see any student's answers on formative or summative exercises as well as their progress through the course. In this mode, instructors view the course from an individual student's perspective, but without the ability to complete or change any of their work. In this mode, instructors can also delete or reset student work on a checkpoint or quiz.
Note: Instructions to exit "Student Work Mode" are found at the bottom of this page.
Instructors can access View Student Work mode in two ways:
By selecting View Student Work from the menu on the "My Courses" page:
Or by selecting View Student Work in the drop-down menu at the top of any Acrobatiq course page:
Student Work Roster
Either option will direct you to a student roster. Select a student from the list and click View Student Work. The number of entries on this page can be changed using the Show option in the upper left. For large classes, use the page Previous and Next page menu in the lower right corner.
View Student Work Mode
Note: Once you have entered View Student Work mode, the icon will appear in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
After you click View Student Work for a specific student, a new window will open with that student's version of the Table of Contents. In the Table of Contents, you will be able to see the student's name at the top of the page, to the right of the school logo. Instructors can expand the menu to review specific items within modules or they can navigate into the course content to review work on specific pages or assignments.
Note: When Student Work mode is enabled, instructors will not see tools such as Course Settings, Learning Dashboard or Gradebook. To access these tools exit View Student Work mode.
Assignment Review (an alternate way to access VSW mode)
Instructors can navigate directly to a student's assignment from the Gradebook:
Locate the student and score in the Gradebook
Click on the score to open the Details window
Choose View Student Work.
Viewing the Assessment indicates when a student started and completed a particular attempt, the number of attempts a student made, and the student's scores. Within the Assessment instructors also see which answers a student selected for each question.