Identify learning priorities

Quiz

Terms

Advance

Tasks

Awards

Smart Revise has a wealth of reports that teachers can use to identify learning priorities for a class and individual students.

How to use Quiz for identifying learning priorities

Question analysis report

Discover the top ten least and most understood questions. Use the topic filters to narrow down to particular topics and focus on some of the least well understood questions in class. The list will update dynamically as students use Quiz so check back regularly for more misunderstandings. Don’t waste time revising questions that students clearly already understand.

Choose a class and select Analytics / Smart Quiz / Question analysis:

Quiz top 10

Class matrix report

See the accuracy and mastery for each student by topic. Focus revision sessions on the topics least well understood by individuals or the class.

Choose a class and select Analytics / Smart Quiz / Class Matrix:

Quiz matrix

How to use Terms for identifying learning priorities

Terms analysis report

Discover the top ten least and most understood terms. Use the topic filters to narrow down to particular topics and focus on some of the least well understood terms in class. Terms is also ideal for baseline assessments and end of topic reviews.

Choose a class and select Analytics / Smart Terms/ Terms Analysis:

Terms top 10

Student responses report

See the responses students write in Terms interactive mode and the confidence indicator they recorded. Teachers can change the confidence indicator and identify terms that students think they understand but perhaps don’t!

Choose a class and select Analytics / Smart Terms/ Student responses:

Terms student responses

How to use Advance for identifying learning priorities

Question analysis report

Similar to Quiz and Terms, Advance also provide the teacher with an overview of the exam-style questions that students have scored the lowest and highest marks for. Filtering allows the teacher to choose the mark range if you want to just focus on higher mark questions for example.

Student responses report

Unique to Smart Revise, not only can a teacher see the answers students gave to extended answer questions, but they can also see how the mark scheme was applied for self assessment. This enables a teacher to consider which points in the mark scheme the student has not used. Maybe they had already secured the maximum marks, but maybe they didn’t remember those answer possibilities, or perhaps they were never taught!

Choose a class and select Analytics / Smart Advance / Student responses:

How to use Tasks for identifying learning priorities

A suite of analytics reports for tasks is coming soon.