This article has content that is best suited for those with the following roles in the system:
- ENROLLMENT COORDINATOR
- PARTNER COORDINATOR
- VIRTUAL LAB MONITOR
- STUDENT MONITOR
- OBSERVER ROLE
Every week progress update emails are automatically sent from the online course system (Maestro) to each student and the student’s contacts. These weekly progress update emails are designed to provide an at-a-glance overview of how a student is progressing in their course. It is not a replacement for reviewing the student's gradebook for specific details.
Student Overall Grade:
This tells you the student's current overall grade in the course. It includes a breakdown for each semester grade if applicable.
Student Semester Grades:
This tells you the student's semester grades in the course. It includes a breakdown for each semester grade if applicable. Semesters are not always equally weighted in points, the overall grade represents the total points earned/ total points possible. Finally, Student's taking a course without semesters will not see any data on this line.
Percent of Assignments Completed:
This number tells you the percentage of the assignments completed in the course. If a student is making good progress in a course, the Percent of Assignments Completed number will be closely aligned to Percent of Time Completed in the Course. Students who are ahead of schedule will see this data point as greater than the data point for Percent of Time Completed in the Course.
Percent of Time Completed in the Course:
This number tells you the percentage of the available time the student has used in the course. If a student is making good progress in a course, the number will be closely aligned to Percent of Assignments Completed.
Number of Completed Assignments:
This is the number of assignments the student has completed in the course. You should watch this number each week to ensure that your student is staying on pace in the course by submitting assignments on a regular basis.
Number of Remaining Assignments Due:
This is the number of assignments that are left to be completed in the course. This number should go down each week as students complete work. If the number remains high and the course end date is approaching, please work with your student to create a plan to complete all assignments by the course end date.
Your Course is Scheduled to End:
This is the date that the course will no longer be available to the student. All assignments must be completed by this date.