I have been using flipped lessons through Goformative. Is there a way to see how long a student stayed on an assignment?
Please provide some examples (clone code). I’m very interested how you’re doing this, @Payton_Pearce.
I embed the video through youtube. I usually have 2 or 3 on topic questions that relate to the material to gauge their immediate understanding before they get to class. I always have 1 off topic question that they would only know the answer to if they watched the video. Finally, I have a spot where they can ask questions so I know what some of the misconceptions are before class begins. It would be nice if I could see how long they spent on the assignment because I’m afraid I have some cheating going on.
Thank you! You might start your lesson by asking your students to answer the last questions from your Formative.
In the class section you see at what time the last login was, compared with the submission time you get an approximately estimate - knowing that students can login and wait a long time until they submit… Don‘t tell them
That’s a good idea. I have not thought about that.
This is helpful. This will be a seller for my teachers. I’m assuming we can reset them if they fly through an assessment?
You can always end the session and do another one, but the way I have mine set up is with the classes. This way, I am able to have it individually assigned to the students in a certain period so they can’t begin before class starts.
Thanks for the feedback Payton. We can definitely consider adding this feature! I like @michael.lutz 's workaround too!
@david I’d love to have this feature, too.
@david @michael.lutz @Payton_Pearce I would love this option too. If I were to put every link separately in our LMS, I would be able to see this, but not if I just have them login and find the formative.
Got it! Thanks for the feedback Shai! Can you share why you’d like to be able to see how long a student has opened a formative? Is it because you are also concerned that they might be cheating?
@david Cheating is one reason, but another reason would be for me to see if a student is really taking the time to do the problems, or just rushing through. Also, the flip of that, if a student is taking a really long time, perhaps I need to have a one-on-one with the student to check for understanding another way.
This might be a workaround … I haven’t done this but could you put the video into Edpuzzle and then embed the Edpuzzle into Formative? I am just not sure if it would force the student to sign into Edpuzzle and therefore see how long they spent on the video
Here is a quick formative I made that may make what I mentioned before a little more obvious.
Or if you want to clone it: https://goformative.com/clone/TQPNHQ