As a teacher, you can organize your students in groups so that you can supervise their activities in the Exercises section. To be part of a group your students need to be members of teoria.com. We have special prices for groups of 5 or more students, write to us for more information.
To create a group send us the following information:
Students and teachers must be members of teoria.com in order to create groups.
Once your groups are created, your student should follow these steps to join your group:
To find a group ID and password, sign in using your teacher's account, click your name in the top menu and then click Groups:
You will see your groups listed. With the ID and passwords:
Theory I: José Rodríguez Alvira (ID: 32, PWD: 93)
You can supervise your students' activities in the exercise section using reports.
If you are the teacher of a group you will receive a weekly report of your students’ activities. You can also generate reports for specific date ranges and other criteria. Start by clicking your name in the top menu:
Then click Groups:
You can choose from several options:
Groups - Names and total number of students in each group.
Report by dates - View a report by selecting a start and end date
Report using multiple filters - In this report you can select the dates, group, student and exercise type
Total time report - This reports shows only the total time for each student.
Best scores - Shows the best score for each type of exercise.
Student roster - List of all students in a group.
Select the desired groups, set the dates and click View Details:
√ Theory I: José Rodríguez Alvira
23 student(s), 256 record(s)
You can filter the results by exercise type by cliquing over an exercise title:
The button Display in tab-separated values format (TSV), allows to export data to spreadsheets such as Excel.
Select the desired group, click Next and then select the dates, the student and the exercise type:
Our exercises are much more effective if the teacher takes an active role in directing the student. The reports are a great tool to help the teacher in this task. The following are some details of the reports to help you in your analysis.
Exercises per minute - Speed can be an important criterion. Even if you don’t want to encourage speed you should check this number. Some students like to multitask (Facebook, games...) while doing exercises. You may find a student that works an hour everyday but when you check the exercises per minute you will see that he may need three minutes to identify a chord!
Score - The score is calculated using this formula:
Score = correct answers / total answers x 100
See the exercises help for more information.
If a student opens two browser windows and runs an exercise in each window for 10 minutes the system will register two sessions of 10 minutes each for a total of 20 minutes. He has only worked for 10 minutes, but he gets 20!
You can find these cases in the report. The exercises name are preceded by ?????????. It is up to you to decide what you want to do.
Normally, the students must set up the options before doing the exercises. You can predefine the options yourself using one of two methods.
Follow these steps to create links that will run our exercises using predefined options:
Try clicking the link: www.teoria.com/en/exercises/ic.php?o=0;0;0;sf;g;m2;M2;m3;M3;P4;P5;m6;M6;m7;M7;asc;
We can create a special index page for your groups with links to exercises with predefined options. This option involves an extra cost that depends on the number of exercises you want to include and the number of times per year that it will be modified. See an example here.