All paid plans for Peergrade are purchased based on how many active students the plan needs to cover. This articles defines how active students are counted in Peergrade.

Definition

An active student is a student enrolled in a class or a Live Session that is not archived. If the class or Live Session is archived the students will no longer be considered active students. Students in an archived class can still see all their feedback, but cannot interact with it. An archived class or Live Session is read-only for students. If a student in a class is deactivated she will also no longer be counted as an active student on your account.

Active students for instructor plans

Active students are only counted in classes and Live Sessions that you have created and own. That means if you are joining a class created by another teacher, for example as a teaching assistant, it will not impact your number of active students.

Active students for institution plans

Active students are counted for all teachers that are enrolled in the institution in classes that teachers have created and own. Students are only counted once, even if they are enrolled in multiple classes or Live Sessions.

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