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How can a student who is failing receive a “congratulations notice” from Active Monitoring?

A student who is failing can receive a “congratulations notice” because Active Monitoring looks at more than passing and failing.

Active Monitoring analyzes all of a student’s results and identifies trends that appear to be emerging. A “congratulations notice” is sent when there is an improvement of more than 10% from one activity to the next.

Even a student who is failing but has improved their results by more than 10% deserves a “congratulations notice.”

Worth knowing
  • Active Monitoring:
    • Takes into account all marks recorded in Mozaïk-Portal, as well as their weighting
    • Begins monitoring students when three results have been entered
    • Analyzes trends
  • If you record results directly in report cards, Active Monitoring will not analyze them.
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