Everyone using Blutick will have some experience of tasks and task summaries, but have you ever looked at all the information given in task summaries?
At the top of each task summary (or under ‘Progress Summary’ for students) you’ll see the average SmartScore, average time spent and number of questions answered.
For teachers these values relate to the average across the class, whereas for parents/tutors and students these refer to the average across the tasks for an individual learner.
Also, you’ll notice one further box with either the student completion rate (for teachers) or the task completion rate (for individual learners on both the parent/tutor and student profiles).
How is the SmartScore calculated?
Have you ever wondered how the SmartScore is calculated? In essence, the SmartScore is the percentage of questions correctly answered, along with some other influencing factors. Points are lost for skipping questions, using hints and making mistakes; factors that indicate the degree of understanding of a topic.
Students can see their SmartScore developing as they progress through the quiz at the end of a topic.
On completing a quiz, students are given immediate feedback with their SmartScore, time taken and summary details of factors indicating their understanding of the topic.
The unique Blutick Smartscore system helps teachers and parents/tutors identify how much support students have needed in answering questions and whether they have a firm grasp of the concepts covered.
Combined with our intelligent AI line-by-line feedback, we’re helping you and your students develop Maths With Confidence.