This video will help you get started assessing FLOWmulti.
Open the assessor tool in WISEflow by clicking the green button "Open Assessor Tool":
Here is a short walkthrough of the most significant functions in the assessor tool and where you can find them:
- Close the assessor tool
- Overview of all questions and answers
- Print the submission
- Flow name - Switch between participants and access the grade distribution tool
- Participant's name - Add a comment for the specific participant - See the summary of annotations and comments - Insert tentative assessment
- Show overview (statistics)
- Overview of all annotations
- Add annotation to the answer with the green +
How do I insert a comment (annotation) to a specific answer?
- Press the green "+"
- Write your comment in the field to your right
- You can optionally distribute additional points for this answer, which will be added any automatically calculated score
- You can share the annotation with your co-assessors or the participant
- You can delete the comment
If the assessment has been set to point-based assessment and assessors has been assigned to individual pages, a maximum limit for the amount of points a page can give will have been defined by the administrator. This restricts the maximum amount of points the assessor can give a student from that particular page. Furthermore, the page will need to be marked done before the final points can be assigned and registered to a participant. (See FLOWmulti: Point-based assessment - Assigned to pages)
Reading the statistics for the assignment
The statistics are found in the overview (6 on Figure 1). These give you detailed information on how the particular participant answered compared to the rest of the participants. You will also see detailed information on amount of points granted for each particular question.
Point distribution: Graphical visualization of the amount of points the participant has scored compared to the max amount possible. Green shows the amount of points the student scored and grey shows points that was not achieved.
Answer distribution: Graphical visualization of amount of correct, wrong and partly correct answers. Green shows the correct answers, red shows the incorrect answers and yellow shows the amount of partly correct answers. Grey is "not answered" and blue means the question has to be scored manually.
Current participant's score compared to all participants.
Overview of each question and answer - shows score, median score for the entire flow and maximum score possible.