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Odysseyware Data Course: Student Progress Scenario

  • 1.  Odysseyware Data Course: Student Progress Scenario

    Posted 12-07-2020 12:53
    Imagine you have a student who has shared that she is spending the expected time working on her Odysseyware course, but she isn't completing enough activities. Which engagement or progress data metric would you examine and why?

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    Jessica Fraelich,
    Edgenuity
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  • 2.  RE: Odysseyware Data Course: Student Progress Scenario

    Posted 12-08-2020 03:54
    When students are "logging in" and time seems to be appropriate to complete tasks, I suggest that students set a 15 minute timer to attempt all questions in a lesson, then send help messages directly to a teacher on any question he or she cannot figure out in that 15 minutes so I as an Odysseyware teacher can focus in on what concepts the student may be struggling with.

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    Carla Belyea
    Virtual Math, Chemistry, Computers, and CTE Instructor - Part-Time
    Edgenuity
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  • 3.  RE: Odysseyware Data Course: Student Progress Scenario

    Posted 12-09-2020 06:06
    That is a great idea - thanks for sharing! I'm going to pass it along to my daughter who is using Edgenuity ELA in her classroom.

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    Jennifer Bergeron
    Senior Proposal Specialist
    Edgenuity
    Many LA
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  • 4.  RE: Odysseyware Data Course: Student Progress Scenario

    Posted 12-09-2020 07:07
    I think some kids are just so stuck on finding the answer, that having  timer to "give up" helps them to ask for help when they really do need it.

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    Carla Belyea
    Virtual Math, Chemistry, Computers, and CTE Instructor - Part-Time
    Edgenuity
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  • 5.  RE: Odysseyware Data Course: Student Progress Scenario

    Posted 12-10-2020 14:19
    I love that idea! It places ownership on the student to seek help, which keeps them honest and accountable, while simultaneously creating a safe environment to ask for help. Wonderful idea.

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    Jessica Fraelich
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