Navigate 3.1.4 LMS Reporting

There are four levels of grade reporting: Student Level, Teacher Level, Course Level, and Program Level.
Student Level: Some of the components in the student level report are the number of times a student accesses a course, attempts a quiz, visited content, or used a particular tool. This data can be used to determine the effectiveness of the online course.
Teacher Level: The teacher level report reflects the effectiveness of the online course based on the course grades by individual course or all sessions offered during the semester. This report also provides teachers a good analysis, which is beneficial for improving teaching strategies.
Course Level: The course level report is useful for evaluating and re-designing course structures.
Program Level: The program level report provides administrators the over-all result of a course, which helps the administrators to make alterations to a course.
I think Student Level and Course Level are the most valuable for the online instructor in regard to student performance because both level reports provide crucial data of students’ performance and the effectiveness of the online course.

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