Help with Jump-to-Question

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The Jump-to-Question feature supports easily navigating between work on the same question by multiple students. Open Jump-to-Question from Packet View by selecting a packet in the left pane and then clicking "jump-to-question."

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When can I use the Jump-to-Question feature?

Jump-to-Question is available for packets whose answer key was entered during packet entry. Student performance data is available if the packet is associated with an Illuminate assessment and the Illuminate assessment title was entered during packet entry.

 

What can I learn using Jump-to-Question?

In Jump-to-Question, the percent of students that got each question correct is displayed in a bar graph (a longer bar means more students got the question correct). A list of students appears in a column on the lefthand side, and underneath each name the students' score overall on the packet. The right pane displays the student work for the selected student/question combination (and if relevant, the student's work on the corresponding passage).

When a question is selected, the top-left corner of the screen shows the distribution of students' answers, with a star indicating the correct or full-credit answer. Clicking on one of the answer choices will filter the student list to display the names of students that chose that answer. The pane displaying student work updates to reflect the student/question that are selected. Users can switch between questions or students using keyboard shortcuts (see the screenshot at the bottom of this article).

 

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The drop-down menu in the top left corner includes:

  • A shortcut to "switch to Standard mode" (a.k.a. the Jump-to-Standard) feature.
  • A legend for the keyboard shortcuts to navigate quickly between students and questions.
  • A link to exit and return to the Packet View.

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