Veative’s learning management platform offers unique profiles for students, teachers, and administrators. With actionable analytics, teachers stay engaged with the learning, without needing to hover. The platform was developed to allow teachers a simple way of setting up classes, while also providing data on success and gaps in understanding.
Administrators can easily set up personalized user proﬁles for students, teachers, school administrators, and even districts and ministries. It can also control information flow with profile management features, such as allowing one student to have WiFi ability (Gr 12 student), while not enabling that for another (14 yr old boy with unknown intent!).
When delivering a class-wide VR experience, teachers can multicast and monitor that particular lesson.
The Veative VR solution comes with an easy-to-use content management system. This enables teachers to easily find structured content, appropriate for that audience, mapped to their curriculum. Learning objectives are clearly indicated, as well as keywords, giving an insight into the lexical complexity of that module.
Reports & ANALYTICS
The reports and analytics feature allows quick visualization of how students are progressing, and early identification of at-risk students, and gaps in learning. It is vitally important to connect teachers with outcomes, to respect teacher time and the efficient use of that time.
Administrators can easily set up personalized user proﬁles for Students, Teachers, Parents, School Administrators and District / Ministry. The intuitive dashboards for individual user proﬁles highlight important progress information and success metrics.
User Roles &
User roles and permissions enable administrators to assign speciﬁc permissions to user groups and to manage role-based access. Users assigned to a role or group are granted those permissions. Students have individual access whereas teachers have access to all students under their purview
Students are assigned to a grade and subject(s), and the relevant content is ﬁltered to that student. If a student studies Gr 10 Biology (only), the VR modules for this subject are all that this student will see. The Gr 10 Biology teacher will automatically see this student’s results. This is structured by the curriculum.
Launch Content Modules
Using the classroom management system, teachers can launch VR content
modules simultaneously on all student VR devices. This feature ensures
that all students remain in-sync with the teacher, as they experience the
same content as a group. This requires limited WiFi connectivity for
monitoring purposes (small boxes allow a teacher to view inside a user’s
headset). We do NOT stream content because that creates far too many
issues within a classroom. Remember, we are teachers, too!
Pause / Stop Content Moduless
TO TAKE CONTROL
When using Veative’s multicast feature, teachers can pause or stop the
module to maintain control within the classroom. The monitor function
also allows a teacher to see inside a student headset, to help orient that
student. The modules are also designed to not allow the student to opt
out of that lesson, as the Back button and Exit buttons are disabled. This
affords the instructor more control.
REPORTS & ANALYTICS
The reports and analytics section allows quick visualization of how students are interacting with the VR modules.
The teacher dashboard helps teachers monitor the performance of a class (a global class report) and individual students (personalized student profiles). Teachers can also access module reports, helping them plan their lessons more effectively and with greater insight.
Leaderboard – List of students enrolled in a class, ordered by their
average scores in all modules. One can easily track the number and list of
modules that a student has mastered, is learning, struggling with, or
Activity – This report displays a detailed account of students who are
actively attempting modules, within the last seven days.
Most Challenging Modules – This shows a list of modules in which
students are struggling, along with the average score of the class for that
particular module. This is an indicator that there is a class-wide lack of
understanding, which is important to know.
Most Attempted Modules – Shows a list of modules that the student has attempted the most in the last seven days.
Assessment Accuracy – – Tracks the number of questions the student has answered till the present date and how many attempts were made. This can be a good indication of whether a student is missing the answer on the first try, or clicking around and just guessing.
Content Proficiency – Shows the number and list of modules that the student has mastered, is learning, struggling with, or hasn’t attempted.