Both the student and the teacher need somewhere to view all the assignment that the student has submitted, together with grades and feedback. When grading, it is a crucial feature for the teacher to be able to get an overview on what the student has done, if assignments have been missed and how the assignments were graded.
Excited to share that this is now coming soon! We’re making it possible to view an individual student’s progress, allowing you to observe patterns in their performance over time. Thanks for everyone’s feedback.
Read more and see the screenshot on the blog: https://educationblog.microsoft.com/en-us/2019/06/teams-for-education-celebrates-two-years-with-new-updates-for-back-to-school/#qTPId5KiSLDCY9Fu.99
Celia Castro commented
Hopefully these features will be made available for next school year! We have lots of student movement and if a student works on assignments given prior to their enrollment date, it would be nice to see which ones are still missing by individual students rather than always having to click on each assignment..
Heidi Cisneros commented
Hello there, can you give us an update on this please.
Just wondering if there is any progress on this option?
Is there any progress in this feature development ? Looking forward to "read" it :D
John-Fred Crane commented
2 years is coming soon and no update. In order to figure out what. A tide to is doing I need to go through assignments. While this is a feature and a tenant of every other student management system...
Working on it for 7 months now. It ‘s a long time. Maybe you can learn from Google Classroom, they give the students a nice overview with results
Yes, also important for students to have a overview of assignments that still needs to be done and does that are already done. Which are inadequate. Some kind of filter.
Now they have to click on every assignments to see what kind of grade they have.
This is a good idea
It would be great if the teacher could see in the assignments overview which assignments are already revised!
It would be useful if the export to excel gives an indication on which assignments have been handed in, even if no marks have been allocated to the assignment.
Andres Wachter commented
It would be great if you could click on a student and then all assignments assigned to this student are listed!
Leffe Bartholdsson commented
Uppgifter i Teams
Jag har problem med hur Teams ger feedback på Uppgifterna; att det alltid blir en grön bock som vilseleder mina elever att tro att uppgiften är godkänd.
Oavsett om jag markerar uppgiften 100% eller 0%, blir det en grön bock som markering. Jag vill ha en bättre återkoppling vid icke godkända inlämningar. Är det möjligt att ändra denna kraftigt missvisande feedback?
To support this, a matrix view with students listed on the left hand side and the set assignments along the top, would be ideal to give a whole class overview of the assessments that have been set.
Michael Voss commented
it would be great, if I could set the time exactly to th minute, when an assignment is due!
As I revise students' finished assignments I would like to publish my feedback to the students I have completed revision for, as I go along
Is it possible to have a start date and an end date (turn in date) for the assignments and not to have all the assignments say Turn In only the end date.
David Andersson commented
I use assignments when I want students to hand in documents and write essays. It would be useful to add other homework to the assignments list as well, to get an overview over everything that the students have to do.
For example, if I give students a homework to read a chapter or practice a couple of math problems, there is nothing for them to hand in, but I still want the students to see the task among their assignments, and to be able to mark it as completed.
Of course I can achieve this today by creating an assignment and telling the students not to hand anything in, but it would be nicer to mark an assignment as "homework" or deactivate the hand-in function. Otherwise the assignment folders were the students' work are collected will get cluttered with empty folders for all homework that don't require hand-in.
Hope you get my idea. :)