The following is a blog for my EOTC course. I am interested in this because I will be working with personalized learning next year. I created the following data for the project. I had a similar data in my digital photography class that I was teaching.
For my class, the students had to take photos and turn those assignments in for a grade. If you look only 2 of the students did not spend several minutes everyday online for this class. I would need to look to see if these 2 students were turning in assignments. I would compare the student's attendance with their grades. In this case I would also check with other stakeholders to be sure the students were still enrolled in the class.
If they were not I would suggest they spend more time online. If there were students who were putting in a lot of time but not turning in assignments, I would recommend remediation. One thing I notice about my classes is you could download the assignment and print it out. Then complete it and upload it when you were done. This is what I would be hoping for the last 2 students. I am not really concerned with the amount of time they put in online as long as they were doing the work offline.
If the student turned in work that did not show mastery, I would have the students redo the assignment using online photos. The student could simply provide links to examples of photos online. Assuming the LMS allows I would assign this to the students as a requirement.
For the students who are turning in everything on time and spending enough online. I might suggest some additional work to challenge them. One suggestion might be to create a video demonstrating the camera shots. Another suggestion might be to create a drawings to demonstrate the different shots or to demonstrate all of the different shots using the same subject.
From my understanding of personalized learning, the students might have a choice of assignments to choose from to show mastery. If the LMS allows I would like to give students different options of assignments to do. I think this might be accomplished by having student turn in work in a drop box.
For more information on my digital photography project check out this blog I wrote. I hope you have enjoyed this blog.