Faculty Information

Student Performance Rosters

FLAGS System (Fostering Learning, Achievement, and Graduation Success)

IU’s Early Student Performance Alert

In support of campus efforts to increase student retention and 4-year graduation, all faculty teaching undergraduate students are asked to provide feedback early and often on student attendance/performance in their class. This feedback from the faculty is being accomplished online using the Student Performance Roster as part of the FLAGS System. Feedback from the faculty using these rosters allows for quick and intentional intervention with those students who may need assistance. Based on faculty roster feedback, reports will be readily available to advisors and other school officials to take action.

The student performance roster will also be the mechanism for providing reporting attendance for the Financial Aid compliance, as well as enrollment information to the Registrar.

Course Syllabus/Oncourse Class Announcement
Faculty are encouraged to provide an explanation on the class syllabus and/or via an Oncourse announcement. A sample notice is provided here:

This semester I will be using IU’s FLAGS System to provide real-time feedback on your performance in this course. Periodically throughout the semester I will be entering data on factors such as your class attendance, participation, and success with coursework, among other things. This information will provide feedback on how you are faring in the course and offer you suggestions on how you might be able to improve your performance.

You will be able to access this information in the student center: Onestart > Student Services page > Student Center > My Academics and Grades > My Grades.

  1. STUDENT PERFORMANCE ROSTERS
    Spring 2015 Reporting Periods


    1. January 20 - 26
      Mandatory reporting period #1
      Roster verification - Compare your OneStart/Faculty Center (SIS) class roster with who is actually attending.  Are they attending, but not registered?  Are they registered, but not attending?  Are they in the correct class section?

    2. January 27 - February 27
      Please use the Student Performance Roster during this time to report academic performance issues such as missing assignments and poor performance on homework, quizzes, or exams.

    3. March 2 - 8
      Mandatory reporting period #2
      Attendance verification for federal financial aid purposes. (Also serves as initial roster verification for 2nd seven week classes.)

ACCESSING YOUR STUDENT PERFORMANCE ROSTER(S)

  • Login to Onestart ~~> Faculty Center ~~> My Teaching Schedule.
    NOTE: A Performance Roster link will also be available directly from Oncourse.
  • There will be four areas of assessment for undergraduate students: Attendance, Trends, FLAGS, Recommended Student Actions. Only attendance information will be requested for graduate students as part of the Financial Aid audit.
  • Attendance (Attending) may be defaulted in for all students on all rosters by selecting the available default box. Faculty members may then update only those who are not attending before submitting.
  • Faculty may save as often as convenient. Each time a roster is submitted, any faculty changes are recorded and available to advisors, support center staff, and students.
  • FLAG Early Alert System - Detailed Job Aid

FLAGS INFORMATION FOR ADVISORS & STUDENTS

  • Academic advisors will be able to view faculty assessments through the Administrative Center: Onestart ~~> Administrative Center ~~> Academics and Grades ~~> Grades.
  • Students will be able to view faculty assessments through the Student Center: Onestart ~~> Student Services page ~~> Student Center ~~> My Academic and Grades ~~> My Grades.
  • The assessments are point-in-time semester assessments and not part of the students’ permanent academic record.

Future phases of the FLAGS System include plans for a student survey and more inclusive student data from other University records in an effort to provide a truly complete picture of student expectations and any indicators of potential risk. The intent of the FLAGS System is for specific school officials to have valuable, timely data in hand so intervention may take place assisting our students toward the ultimate goal --- their graduation and continued future learning and success.

Questions about using or viewing the student performance rosters should be directed to
Carrie Heller at hellerc@iue.edu or 765-973-8235.