How do I complete a Self Assessment using the Course Heartbeat?

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When in a course, click on the heartbeat "Self assess" icon located in the upper righthand corner of their screen.

 

A student has the ability to self assess in three categories:

  • Understanding
    • Red = Lost
    • Yellow = OK
    • Green = Competent
    • Blue = Expert
  • Interest
    • Red = Bored
    • Yellow = OK
    • Green = Interested
    • Blue = Very Interested
  • Effort
    • Red = Slacking
    • Yellow = OK
    • Green = Trying
    • Blue = 100%

When finished self assessing in the three areas, click "Submit".

 

 

Echo is constantly being improved based on the feedback from users and we strive to keep our documentation up to date.  If this document doesn’t match what you are seeing in Echo, please let us know.

Documentation for Prior Interface

Echo lets you evaluate your personal understanding, interest, and effort in a course and communicate the results easily to your teacher

From the Home page:

  1. Select the desired course's Course Card.
  2. Click the Heart button in the toolbar.
  3. Assess yourself by selecting the appropriate color on the scale below each of the following areas:
    • Understanding
      • Red = Lost
      • Yellow = OK
      • Green = Competent
      • Blue = Expert
    • Interest
      • Red = Bored
      • Yellow = OK
      • Green = Interested
      • Blue = Very Interested
    • Effort
      • Red = Slacking
      • Yellow = OK
      • Green = Trying
      • Blue = 100%
  4. Click Submit to save and share your Self Assessment with your teacher.

Giving your teacher an honest Self Assessment can open up opportunities for you to collaborate to improve your experience and progress.

Tips

  • You’ll notice that you can access the heart icon from the toolbar whenever you have a specific course selected.
  • The Heart button is multi-colored to indicate your most recent Self Assessment.
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