Insights (currently only available for Junior Maths and Junior Science) allow you to spot trending misconceptions and where to target support if needed in seconds. They are not just about making your job easier; they are about making your teaching more effective and impactful.

Key Benefits:

  • Uncover Common Misconceptions: Lesson Insights instantly highlights the commonly missed questions, allowing you to pinpoint misunderstandings quickly. This enables you to address any issues promptly.
  • Monitor Student Engagement: Track the number of questions each student has completed to identify who is actively participating and who might need extra encouragement or support.
  • Assess Understanding vs. Completion: Gauge the gap between task completion and actual understanding to tailor lessons effectively. You will quickly see which students have requested your help.

How to use insights:

Once your students start to answer questions, Edrolo will start generating Insights. 

  1. Lesson Insights will open in a new tab when you click the Lesson Insights button on any lesson.





  2. Possible misconceptions table: Automatically marked questions with the highest share of incorrect answers in your class are displayed in the “Questions with possible misconceptions” table. 

Use this information to learn about concepts or questions your class struggled with, which may need to be revisited. Click on any question to see more details. 

In the table, you will see:

    • The % of students who got the answer wrong,
    • How many students in your class have answered the question, 
    • Which section the question belongs to, e.g. Theory Review (Junior Science) or Fluency (Junior Maths),
    • The working path (Junior Maths) or difficulty (Junior Science) of the question


      (Example from Junior Maths)

3. Lowest marked questions table: On questions where students assess their responses against a checklist, you can determine which questions your students self-evaluate as the hardest. 

Use this information to learn about concepts or questions your class struggled with, which may need to be revisited. 

In the table, you will see:

    • The average mark on each student-marked question
    • How many students in your class have answered the question, 
    • Which section the question belongs to, e.g. Theory Review (Junior Science) or Fluency (Junior Maths),
    • The working path (Junior Maths) or difficulty (Junior Science) of the question.


      (Example from Junior Maths)

4. Student engagement and understanding table: Quickly see who is completing questions, marks acquired as an indicator of understanding, and how frequently your students have said they need more help to understand a question. 

The table helps you quickly pinpoint where targeted support is needed. 

In the table, you will see:

    • Number of questions each student has completed
    • Their total marks vs maximum possible marks based on questions completed. Unanswered questions are not included.
    • The share of questions students have said that they need further help.

 

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