Every class that is created on Vocabulary.com has two views, the Student view and the Teacher view.
The Student View of a Class
When a student views a class, she can see the:
- Assignments for the class - A list of all the assignments for the class, and your progress for those assignments (if you are a student in the class). Note: Students will also receive notifications of Assignments when they log into Vocabulary.com.
- Overall Class Leaderboard - The top 5 students, sorted by points scored during the class period, as well as your individual position if you are not among the top 5 in the class.
- This Week / Last Week Leaderboard - Similar to the overall leaderboard, but for this week and last week
- Overall Class Stats - Stats for this class, including number of students, overall points earned and words mastered.
Teachers: The student view of a class is a great way to encourage a little competition inside of your classroom. Try recognizing the top student on the leaderboard each week, pit your classes against each other, or even divide your class into teams and make a Vocabulary.com class for each of them.
Note: Leaderboards, student names and stats are not visible to anyone who is not a member of the class.
The Teacher View of a Class
When a teacher views a class, they can what students see, plus three additional tabs:
- Student Progress - This tab allows you to monitor student activity and to drill down in order to measure individual student performance. Read more: Introduction to the Teacher Dashboard
- Add Remove Students - This is where you manage your class roster and invite students to join your class. Read more: Adding Students to a Class
- Assignments - This is where you can see and edit all the work you've assigned the class, and view your class' progress on the work you have assigned.
Note: If your school or district has not purchased a subscription to the Educator Edition, you will only have access to the full teacher reports for three students in each class. Other students will have small lock icons next to their names in the reports. Read more: Unlocking all the features of the Educator Edition