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The student can monitor his progress in the planner by colors (red, orange, green).

Many students complain that they cannot see whether they have already completed an element in the planner (for example, read or handed in). Our suggestion: add three symbols to each element in the planner (for example, a small circle). The symbol can be red, orange or green. If a symbol is green, it means that the student has completed the element . An orange color means that the student is working on the element. A red color means that the student has not done anything with the element yet. This intervention ensures that the student can easily monitor his progress.

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  • Jan 6 2020
Country NL
Category Scheduling & planning
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  • Maarit Vähäkangas commented
    12 Nov, 2020 01:24pm

    Yes we are missing this feature in our academy too. We suggest a progress bar on the Overview page, which shows how much of the course is completed (in percentage), and a checkbox alternative in the Plans page, where the student can checkmark if he/she has completed/read the topic or module (checkboxes on each topic / module). Technically the progress bar could be connected to the checkbox function - the more checkmarks, the more completed of the course. We also like the green-orange-red symbols suggested above. In any case, some sort of element(s) marking the progress at a glance in the course material, would be highly appreciated amoung our students (without having to click the separate 360 report - which is used by our teachers but not by our students).

  • Jan-Peter Braun commented
    9 Mar, 2020 08:07pm

    We are missing this feature, too!

  • Marianne Pieterse commented
    6 Jan, 2020 09:45am

    idd vreemd. Het lijkt me dat voor studenten het zo eenvoudig en overzichtelijk mogelijk moet zijn.