Statistics and score
In NeuroK you can see your evolution in a course according to its statistics.
The statistics reflect your participation in the course, not only in the discussion of each learning unit but also in the learning activities, their delivery and assessment by another user.
The platform grants a series of points according to the participation. The only values that the teacher can predetermine are the values of the evaluation criteria of the learning activities.
With these values, the platform performs an algorithm with which it obtains the percentage score of a student’s Learning Activity, and its average with respect to the rest of the course.
Knowing your statistics and those of your colleagues can help you to know at what moment you have become stuck in the course, or in which unit you have been participating more actively. In addition, teachers can see these global statistics to help the course, motivating participation, creating new units, posing more continuous challenges or slowing the pace of the course if that helps the majority.
With NeuroK the important thing is participation. For that reason, for each action that you carry out or is carried out within your content or that of yur classmates, some points will be added to your statistics of the course.
This is how the participation points in NeuroK are scored:
- Deliver a Learning Activity: 20 points.
- Publish new content: 20 points. (Video, document, image, reference, …)
- Evaluate the delivery of another partner: 15 points.
- Assess and debate a content: 15 points. (You will see that you can grant from 1 to 5 stars and you must also argue why you give that rating).
- The teacher recommends the content of a user: 10 points.
- One partner marks the content of another as a favorite: 1 point.
- Comment a content: 2 points.
- A user values and argues my content: between -2 and 2 points according to the evaluation.
NOTE: these points are generic to the platform. The only points that the teacher creates are the values of the answers to the evaluation criteria. That is, the teacher decides in question A, answer 1 is worth 5, 10, 100 points, answer 2 is worth 10, 20, 30, and so on.